Is participation in forest programs in Zambia’s Miombo skewed towards poorer households?

Given the limited success of past forest support programs and increased pressure on forests, it is crucial to understand household factors that affect participation in forest support programs. •A recent Thünen Institute study shows that the location of households, size of landholdings, income from different activities, and education can impact participation in forest support programs. •The findings indicate that poorer households with limited income activities are more likely to participate than financially better-off households.

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