Sustainable Wildlife Management and Gender. CPW Fact Sheet 5 | Land Portal

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December 2016
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Gender is of particular interest in the sustainable management of wildlife as it relates to the use, attitudes, and knowledge of the resource. Different strategies are often needed to fully engage both women and men in wildlife-related management. This fact sheet shows the important role played by gender in wildlife use and conservation; it highlights key issues, experiences and knowledge, challenges and opportunities, as well as what is still to be learned.

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