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Boscow Okumu, Edwin Muchapondwa. 2021. “Implications for Participatory Forest Management and Payments to Communities for Ecosystem Services…”

12 April 2021 | Research Brief | South Africa

Boscow Okumu, Edwin Muchapondwa. 2021. “Forest ecosystem services are critical for human well-being as well as the functioning and growth of…”

7 April 2021 | EfD Discussion Paper | South Africa

Herbert Ntuli, Aksel Sundström, Martin Sjöstedt, Edwin Muchapondwa, Sverker C. Jagers, Amanda Linell. 2021. “ABSTRACT Although subsistence poaching is a large threat to wildlife conservation in Southern Africa…”

22 February 2021 | Peer Reviewed | South Africa

Samson Mukanjari, Edwin Muchapondwa, Eyoual Demeke. 2020. “National park agencies in Africa often lack incentives to maximize revenue, despite the decline in…”

22 January 2021 | Peer Reviewed | South Africa

Edwin Muchapondwa, Obrian Ndhlovu. 2020. “Abstract The paper employs a mixed-methods approach to document and evaluate drivers of climate…”

15 December 2020 | EfD Discussion Paper | South Africa

Dambala Gelo , Edwin Muchapondwa, Abebe Shimeles, Johane Dikgang. 2020. “Smallholder farmers often face prohibitive transaction costs in agricultural commodity markets in…”

29 June 2020 | EfD Discussion Paper | South Africa

Dambala Gelo, Edwin Muchapondwa, Abebe Shimeles, Johane Dikgang. 2020. “Agricultural commodity markets in developing countries often operate in a constrained environment of…”

17 June 2020 | Peer Reviewed | South Africa

Lydia Chikumbi, Edwin Muchapondwa, Djiby Thiam. 2020. “Although a large number of studies have examined the price spillover in global oil and agricultural…”

13 May 2020 | EfD Discussion Paper | South Africa

Muchapondwa, Edwin. 2020. “Wildlife is widely becoming an important vehicle for rural development in most third-world countries…”

8 March 2019 | EfD Discussion Paper | South Africa

Herbert Ntuli , Boscow Odhiambo Okuma, Edwin Muchapondwa. 2019. “Zimbabwe’s community-based conservation model, which brings together peasant farmers in a tourism…”

18 May 2020 | Research Brief | South Africa