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標題: 海地非政府組織於森林保育之關係網絡研究
The role of networks of Haitian non-governmental organizations and other stakeholders in forest conservation
作者: 柏莉
Berlye Derival
關鍵字: environmental centered strategies;networks;NGOs;people-centered strategies;environmental centered strategies;networks;NGOs;people-centered strategies
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This research explores and stresses out the importance of studying the links between NGOs (non-governmental organizations), international organizations, government and local residents. With a better understanding of networks, amelioration and new laws can be passed in order to protect the natural areas. As there is no literature that explores the links between different actors in forestry in Haiti, the present study aims to provide information about these actors, in order to better understand their strengths and their weaknesses, and provide them with possible solutions. Interviews were carried between the different actors in the network in order to understand their links and the difficulties encountered. Representatives of two NGOs interviewed, namely Helvetas and Foundation Seguin. Additionally, employees from two government institutions, ANAP (National Agency of Protected Areas) and CIAT (Inter-ministerial Committee of Regional Planning). Three local residents were also interviewed. Research shows that the relationships are related to network building, technical assistance, funding, projects reinforcing and information sharing, training, scientific expertise. On the other hand, the difficulties encountered are mainly lack of funding, institutional changes and politic instability, unexpected delays, and difficulties of access to do fieldwork in La Visite National Park and Forest of Pines. The best way to overcome their challenges will be to strengthen the relationships between them with a sustainable funding source which can help to achieve the goals of forest conservation.
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