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Sustainable Development in Mozambique

Edited By: Bernardo Ferraz and Barry Munslow
242 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: James Currey
Sustainable Development in Mozambique
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  • Sustainable Development in Mozambique ISBN: 9780852558218 Paperback Jan 2000 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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  • Sustainable Development in Mozambique ISBN: 9780852558201 Hardback Dec 1999 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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About this book

Outlines the challenges faced by Mozambique and explores appropriate policy formulation. Includes 5 case studies. The contributors are government ministers, academics and members of NGOs.

Contents

Part 1 Introduction: looking ahead - an introduction, B. Ferraz and B. Munslow; sustainable development - its meaning and significance, B. Munslow. Part 2 Challenges: governance and decentralization, O. Monteiro; a strategy for reducing the external debt in Mozambique, L. Diogo; privatizing the state enterprise sector, J. Alves; creating industrial development projects, O. Semiao; making the mining sector contribute to sustainable development, G. Banze and E. Silva; can international co-operation help create sustainable development?, T. Neto and A. dos Santos Monteiro; the challenge of institutional co-ordination and harmonizing formal and customary law in the management of natural resources, A. Salamao; institutional development for community based resource management research, A. Ribeiro. Part 3 Mechanisms: national environment management programme, B. Ferraz and B. Munslow; rapid appraisal, Bie Nio Ong and B. Munslow; improving the management of the coastal zone, J. Sito; strengthening human resource capacity for community based sustainable development, A. Abreu; facilitating local institutional capacity for sustainable development, T. Timba; strategies for the formulation of a national population policy, F. Mario Machaule; developing a capacity for environmental scrutiny, R. Wamusse; environmental education, M. Souto; establishing sustainability criteria for public investment, A. Gune; environmental impact assessment - its role in development projects, S. Taibo; managing water resources in the south of Mozambique, I. Chutumia. Part 4 Case studies: participatory development and urban management, M. dos Anjos Rosario; rapid appraisal methods as a tool of sustainable development - Bagamoyo suburb, Maputo, L. Gujral; community participation in wildlife management - the Tete project, A. Madope; an analysis of eucaliptization, A. Tivane; the impact of gold mining in Manica District, I. Manuel.

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Edited By: Bernardo Ferraz and Barry Munslow
242 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: James Currey
Media reviews
'The book will best serve as a reference volume for those interested either in the thinking on sustainable development in Mozambique or in some of the case-studies. In itself it is less a volume on the actual situation regarding development in Mozambique than it is a book on how Mozambicans envisage the mechanisms by which they will be able to implement a programme of sustainable development and environmental management in years to come.' - Patrick Chabal in International Affairs
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