Resources: Social aspects and collaborative forest management

Lessons from the loggers: It may come as a surprise, but the timber industry has invested in learning how to work with forest-based communities. What they have discovered and apparently seek to incorporate in their practices and operations is often valid, valuable - and reflects a level of understanding that goes beyond that of many well-intentioned NGOs and international agencies that continue to focus on counting beneficiaries instead of making beneficiaries count. This is a resource list published by the International Tropical Timber Organization and offers case studies, best practices and lessons learned from the forestry sector that humanitarian actors would do well to take note of if their programs are to remain relevant and responsive.

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