Evolution de la gestion des aires protégées en Guinée : la difficile cohabitation des politiques publiques et des systèmes traditionnels : cas du Parc National du Haut Niger

Abstract : Management of protected areas in Guinea is the problem of the coexistence of public policy and traditional systems. To contribute to the understanding of this difficult cohabitation, this thesis proposes an analysis of the evolution of policy management of protected areas in Guinea, from precolonial times to the present. The approach involves several methodological approaches. The results were used to trace and characterize the different phases of the management of protected areas in Guinea. The state has appropriated the protected areas in their contemporary context only from year 1984. The example of PHNN illustrates the difference between the dominant discourse advocating the integrated management of protected areas and the difficulties of the state to implement a participatory management. Our observations and surveys suggest that the strategy of management override implementation can work if efforts are in supporting community development.
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Mamadou Saïdou Diallo. Evolution de la gestion des aires protégées en Guinée : la difficile cohabitation des politiques publiques et des systèmes traditionnels : cas du Parc National du Haut Niger. Economies et finances. Université du Maine, 2011. Français. ⟨NNT : 2011LEMA3001⟩. ⟨tel-00586079⟩

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