|Name:||National Forestry Plan Uganda|
The National Forest Plan (NFP) is a sector-wide national instrument for managing and utilising the forestry resources in Uganda. The first NFP was developed in 2002, in order to put into effect the Uganda Forestry Policy (2001). The policy and natural resources laws proceed from the Constitution, which recognises the strategic importance of forestry in national and local development.
|Filename:||National Forest Plan Uganda.pdf|
|Filetype:||pdf (Mime Type: application/pdf)|
|Created On:||06/28/2013 08:36|
|Last updated on:||06/28/2013 08:49|