The Niger household energy project

promoting rural fuelwood markets and village management of natural woodlands

Publisher: World Bank in Washington, D.C

Written in English
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  • Niger.

Subjects:

  • Fuelwood industry -- Niger.,
  • Energy consumption -- Niger.,
  • Energy industries -- Environmental aspects -- Niger.

Edition Notes

StatementGerald Foley ... [et al.].
SeriesWorld Bank technical paper,, no. 362., Energy series, World Bank technical paper ;, no. 362., World Bank technical paper.
ContributionsFoley, Gerald, 1936-, Energy Sector Management Assistance Programme.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD9769.F843 N556 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 103 p. :
Number of Pages103
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL666901M
ISBN 100821339184
LC Control Number97012601

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The Niger Household Energy Project: Promoting Rural Fuelwood Markets and Village Management of Natural Woodlands (World Bank Technical Papers) by Gerald Foley (Author), Willem Floor (Author), Gerard Madon (Author), & ISBN ISBN Cited by: for CIRAD/SEED.

Kirl Tounao is an official in Niger's Ministry of Energy and Mines. ISBN ISSN: Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data The Niger household energy project: promoting rural fuelwood markets and village management of natural woodlands / Gerald Foley [et al.].

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[Gerald Foley. The Niger household energy project ; promoting rural fuelwood markets and village management of natural woodlands (English) Abstract. This paper deals with the rationale, history, and prospects for the rural fuelwood market system, an innovative energy strategy whereby communities are given formal rights to manage their natural woodlands and exclusive rights to sell all the fuelwood.

A radical new strategy for dealing with the problems of energy and the environment in the Sahel is being implemented in Niger.

Rather than have urban wood traders go into the countryside to cut the wood and truck it back to the cities, the government is giving village communities control over their natural woodlands in return for a commitment to manage the woodlands and the production of. The paper details the rationale, history, and prospects for an innovative energy strategy where the government of Niger has given village communities control over their natural woodlands in return for a commitment to manage the woodlands and the production of fuelwood sustainably.

After a nontechnical summary of the project and its results to the end ofthe paper describes the local Cited by: The Niger Household Energy Project: Promoting Rural Fuelwood Markets and Village Management of Natural Woodlands: Foley, Gerald, Floor, Willem, Madon, Gerard, Lawali Author: Gerald Foley, Willem Floor, Gerard Madon.

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Niger's economy is based largely on subsistence crops, livestock, and some of the world's largest uranium deposits. Drought cycles, desertification, a % population growth rate and the drop in world demand for uranium have undercut an already marginal ional subsistence farming, herding, small trading, and informal markets dominate an economy that generates few formal sector Currency: West African CFA franc (XOF).

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Economic indicators: Annual historical economic indicators, energy security, energy efficiency and CO 2 emissions.; Supply indicators: Annual historical reserves, capacity, production and external trade (imports. Niger suffers from a weak GDP (USD billion in ; around percent of the world economy), and according to the World Bank only % of the population has access to electricity.

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In Niger, fuel wood represents over 90% of the energy needs [6]. This is why wind energy is often viewed as a technology to mitigate deforestation although its development is extremely limited []. In recent years, many conferences took place in Niamey in order to evaluate the wind energy opportunity for reducing deforestation asFile Size: KB.

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