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Zambia Wildlife Sector Policy : Situation Analysis and Recommendations for a Future Policy

ACCESS RIGHTS ACCESS TO WILDLIFE ACTION PLAN AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AGRICULTURE ANIMAL ANIMAL POPULATIONS ANIMAL SPECIES ANIMALS ANNUAL RAINFALL AQUACULTURE AUDITS BENEFIT SHARING BIODIVERSITY BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION BIODIVERSITY IMPORTANCE BUFFER ZONES CARBON CARBON SEQUESTRATION CLASSIFICATION CLIMATE CLIMATE CHANGE COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION COMMUNITY STRUCTURE CONCESSION CONSERVANCY CONSERVATION CONSERVATION EASEMENTS CONSERVATION FUND CONSERVATION OBJECTIVES CONSERVATION STATUS CONSTRUCTION CROP PRODUCTION CROPS CUSTOMARY LAND DEGRADATION DEGRADED LANDS DRY SEASON ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS ECOLOGICAL REGIONS ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ECONOMIC BENEFITS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC IMPACT ECONOMIC INCENTIVES ECOSYSTEM ECOSYSTEM GOODS ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT ECOSYSTEMS EGGS ENCROACHMENT ENDEMISM ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE FARMS FENCED FENCING FINANCIAL RESOURCES FISHERIES FISHERIES MANAGEMENT FOOD SECURITY FOREST FOREST DEPARTMENT FOREST MANAGEMENT FOREST POLICY FOREST RESERVES FORESTRY FORESTS GAME HUNTING GAME MANAGEMENT GAME MEAT GAME RESERVES GRASSLAND GRASSLAND VEGETATION GRASSLANDS HABITAT MANAGEMENT HABITAT PROTECTION HABITATS HUMAN ACTIVITY HUNTING HUNTING OF WILDLIFE ILLEGAL HARVESTING IMPACT OF TOURISM ISSUES LAND AREA LAND MANAGEMENT LAND MANAGERS LAND USE LAND USE PLANNING LAND USE PLANS LAND USES LANDSCAPE LANDSCAPES LARGE MAMMAL LARGE MAMMAL POPULATIONS LARGE MAMMALS LIVELIHOODS LIVESTOCK MANAGEMENT OF WILDLIFE MORTALITY RATE NATIONAL BIODIVERSITY STRATEGY NATIONAL FORESTRY NATIONAL FORESTRY POLICY NATIONAL FORESTS NATIONAL PARK NATIONAL PARK MANAGEMENT NATIONAL PARKS NATIONAL WILDLIFE NATURAL ECOSYSTEMS NATURAL RESOURCE NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT NATURAL RESOURCES NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT NATURE OPEN ACCESS PARK PLANNING PATENTS PLAINS PLANT POLICY MAKERS POPULATION GROWTH POULTRY PRESERVATION PRODUCERS QUOTAS RAINFALL RAINFORESTS RANCHERS RANCHES RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES RENEWABLE RESOURCES RESERVES RESOURCE CONSERVATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT RESOURCE USE RESTAURANTS ROLE OF WILDLIFE RURAL COMMUNITIES SAFARI SAFARI OPERATORS SANCTUARY SAND SAVANNA SHIFTING CULTIVATION SPECIES STREAMS SUGARCANE SUPPLIERS SUSTAINABLE USE SUSTAINABLE USE OF RESOURCES SUSTAINABLE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT TOURISM TOURISM DEVELOPMENT TOURISM INDUSTRY TOURISM PLANNING TRADITIONAL CEREMONIES TREE TREES USER RIGHTS VEGETATION WAGES WETLAND WETLANDS WETLANDS MANAGEMENT WILD AREAS WILDLIFE WILDLIFE CONSERVATION WILDLIFE HABITAT WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY WILDLIFE POPULATIONS WILDLIFE PRODUCT WILDLIFE RESERVE WILDLIFE RESOURCES WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES WILDLIFE SPECIES WILLINGNESS TO PAY WOOD WOODLAND ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Zambia
2012-12-06T18:29:22Z | 2012-12-06T18:29:22Z | 2012-05

Zambia is endowed with an abundance of natural resources that include, water, forests and wildlife. The country's wildlife resources are managed through government-supported National Parks and Game Management Areas (GMAs) and private sector game ranches. The main objective of this wildlife sector policy review is to consolidate the findings collected from an extensive bibliography published during the life of the current policy, and the analysis of key sector practitioners. The second objective is to analyze these findings with a view to formulating broad recommendations to inform the design of the new vision and new policy of the sector. This document aims to identify policy issues that would provide a basis for the creation of an enabling environment for the development of the wildlife sector as a growth sector according to the Sixth National Development Plan (SNDP) and the vision 2030. It contains five provisional priority recommendations that offer practical solutions and six strategic options which constitute policy objectives. In conclusion, an improvement of the policy framework could have a large impact on how people and wildlife relate and coexist in Zambia. This policy review confirmed that, while important policy measures are necessary, particularly for shared growth, the adoption of a forward looking wildlife policy and act will not be sufficient if it is not accompanied by unequivocal willingness on the part of Government to reorganize and strengthen Zambia Wildlife Authority's (ZAWA's) capacity and provide financing commensurate to its need.

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