Perceptions of ethnic groups and women about protected area management

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Strengthening Protected Area Management in Vietnam Project , Hanoi
Other titlesBáo cáo tư vá̂n xác định các vá̂n đè̂ bảo tò̂n từ đò̂ng bào dân tộc thiẻ̂u só̂ và phụ nữ
Statementoriginal written in Vietnamese by Dao Trong Hung, Nguyen Manh Ha, Pham Thi Tuong Vi ; project funded by Danida ; managed by WWF Denmark and the WWF Indochina Programme and implemented by the Forest Protection Department, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
SeriesTechnical report ;, no. 11, Technical report (Strengthening Protected Area Management in Vietnam Project) ;, no. 11.
ContributionsNguyẽ̂n, Mạnh Hà., Phạm, Thị Tường Vi., Strengthening Protected Area Management in Vietnam Project., Vietnam. Bộ nông nghiệp và phát triẻ̂n nông thôn. Cục kiẻ̂m lâm.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 51, iv, 50 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3465521M
LC Control Number2005439189

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