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Designing integrated conservation and development projects (ICDPs): illegal hunting, wildlife conservation, and the welfare of the local people

  • ANNE BORGE JOHANNESEN (a1)
  • DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1355770X05002792
  • Published online: 01 April 2006
Abstract

This paper develops a bio-economic model to explore the effect on illegal hunting, wildlife conservation, and human welfare of the most common instruments of two different designs of Integrated Conservation and Development Projects (ICDPs) currently in existence. First, it is demonstrated that the distribution of game meat and money transfers to the local people fails if not explicitly linked to the conservation objective. Second, the analysis shows that ICDPs relying on such a link, implemented as a risk of being excluded from the project if caught in illegal hunting, may reach their goal of improved wildlife conservation and human welfare. The theoretical model is illustrated by numerical calculations using data from the Serengeti in Tanzania.

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I would like to thank the Norwegian Research Foundation – through the NINA/NTNU/TAWIRI project Biodiversity and the human–wildlife interface in the Serengeti, Tanzania – and The European Commission's BIOECON programme for funding this research.
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