Conservation in developing countries A Nosy National Marine Park case study: socioeconomic condutions and co-management structures that affect conservation sustainability in Nosy Hara National Marine Park
This report is the result of an internship conducted with the Madagascar branch of Community Centered Conservation (C3) in Nosy Hara National Marine Park. Madagascar’s Nosy Hara National Marine Park is at a critical conservation crossroads. Stakeholder groups agree on basic conservation premises but disagree on management vehicles and methods. Nosy Hara villagers are becoming increasingly disillusioned with Madagascar National Park management. Residents of the area currently comply with regulations but there is an absence of village participation [and opportunity for participation] in other areas of governance. Villagers feel management has failed to keep promises and does not benefit them. This study investigates socioeconomic conditions, user group interactions, and formal and informal institutions within NHNMP. Results enable exploration of current relationships between park management, park stakeholders and resources in order to help C3 identify sustainable co-management potentials.
Harshorn, Judith J., "Conservation in developing countries A Nosy National Marine Park case study: socioeconomic condutions and co-management structures that affect conservation sustainability in Nosy Hara National Marine Park" (2012). Internship Reports (Restricted). 217.
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