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2016  Legal and Institutional Challenges in Forest Governance and their Implication in Local Communities’ Benefit from Logging in Mongala Province, DRC  未設定   
Asian Journal of African Studies  , Institut of African Studies, Hankuk University (Seoul, Korea)  , 第39巻1号  , pp. 125-157  , 2016年2月   

概要(Abstract) The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is a country with the second largest tropical rain forest. The country faced exploitative and unregulated natural resources including logging exacerbated by conflict (1996-2002). Then, a new forest code was passed in August 2002 to regulate the forest issues. It specifies the land and resource rights of local communities and stipulates the obligations of the logger to provide social services for sustainable development. However, the local communities merely benefit from the logging. This paper explores the reasons that prevent the local communities to benefit from the logging in Mongala province in DRC. The following questions help to achieve the set objective: ‘to what extent is the law applied and respected in the logging process? What are the challenges that prevent the local communities from being beneficiaries of the logging process? Why are the local communities who are the stakeholders becoming victims instead of being beneficiaries of the logging process?’ This study is based on data gathered by the author through interview with involved actors in Mongala province DRC, from April to September 2014 in addition to secondary data, including books, journals, reports and internet sources. This study presents identified challenges that explain local communities’ prevention from benefiting from the logging. Then, it shows that these challenges constitute the obstacles for the new forest code to work for the local communities’ development. Unless mechanisms are put in place and respected, the local communities will continue to be victims instead of beneficiaries of logging.

Key words: Forest Code, Forest Governance, Local Communities, Logging, Mongala, Democratic Republic of Congo
 

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2016  Legal and Institutional Challenges in Forest Governance and their Implication in Local Communities’ Benefit from Logging in Mongala Province, DRC  未設定   
Asian Journal of African Studies  , Institute of African Studies, Hankuk University (Seoul, Korea)  , 第39巻1号  , pp. 125-157  , 2016/02   

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The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is a country with the second largest tropical rain forest. The country faced exploitative and unregulated natural resources including logging exacerbated by conflict (1996-2002). Then, a new forest code was passed in August 2002 to regulate the forest issues. It specifies the land and resource rights of local communities and stipulates the obligations of the logger to provide social services for sustainable development. However, the local communities merely benefit from the logging. This paper explores the reasons that prevent the local communities to benefit from the logging in Mongala province in DRC. The following questions help to achieve the set objective: ‘to what extent is the law applied and respected in the logging process? What are the challenges that prevent the local communities from being beneficiaries of the logging process? Why are the local communities who are the stakeholders becoming victims instead of being beneficiaries of the logging process?’ This study is based on data gathered by the author through interview with involved actors in Mongala province DRC, from April to September 2014 in addition to secondary data, including books, journals, reports and internet sources. This study presents identified challenges that explain local communities’ prevention from benefiting from the logging. Then, it shows that these challenges constitute the obstacles for the new forest code to work for the local communities’ development. Unless mechanisms are put in place and respected, the local communities will continue to be victims instead of beneficiaries of logging.

 

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2016  Legal and Institutional Challenges in Forest Governance and their Implication in Local Communities’ Benefit from Logging in Mongala Province, DRC  未設定   
Asian Journal of African Studies  , Institute of African Studies, Hankuk University (Seoul, Korea)  , 第39巻1号  , pp. 125-157  , 2018年10月25-27日   

概要(Abstract) The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is a country with the second largest tropical rain forest. The country faced exploitative and unregulated natural resources including logging exacerbated by conflict (1996-2002). Then, a new forest code was passed in August 2002 to regulate the forest issues. It specifies the land and resource rights of local communities and stipulates the obligations of the logger to provide social services for sustainable development. However, the local communities merely benefit from the logging. This paper explores the reasons that prevent the local communities to benefit from the logging in Mongala province in DRC. The following questions help to achieve the set objective: ‘to what extent is the law applied and respected in the logging process? What are the challenges that prevent the local communities from being beneficiaries of the logging process? Why are the local communities who are the stakeholders becoming victims instead of being beneficiaries of the logging process?’ This study is based on data gathered by the author through interview with involved actors in Mongala province DRC, from April to September 2014 in addition to secondary data, including books, journals, reports and internet sources. This study presents identified challenges that explain local communities’ prevention from benefiting from the logging. Then, it shows that these challenges constitute the obstacles for the new forest code to work for the local communities’ development. Unless mechanisms are put in place and respected, the local communities will continue to be victims instead of beneficiaries of logging.

Key words: Forest Code, Forest Governance, Local Communities, Logging, Mongala, Democratic Republic of Congo
 

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