Daniel Etongo
Daniel Etongo
Senior Lecturer, University of Seychelles
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Assessing the effectiveness of joint forest management in Southern Burkina Faso: A SWOT-AHP analysis
D Etongo, M Kanninen, TE Epule, K Fobissie
Forest Policy and Economics 90, 31-38, 2018
Land tenure, asset heterogeneity and deforestation in Southern Burkina Faso
D Etongo, INS Djenontin, M Kanninen, K Fobissie, K Korhonen-Kurki, ...
Forest Policy and Economics 61, 51-58, 2015
Smallholders’ tree planting activity in the ziro province, southern burkina faso: impacts on livelihood and policy implications
D Etongo, INS Djenontin, M Kanninen, K Fobissie
Forests 6 (8), 2655-2677, 2015
Community-managed water supply systems in rural Uganda: The role of participation and capacity development
D Etongo, GH Fagan, C Kabonesa, R Asaba B
Water 10 (9), 1271, 2018
Assessing the drivers of land use change in the Rumpi hills forest protected area, Cameroon
M Beckline, S Yujun, D Etongo, S Saeed, A Mannan
Journal of Sustainable Forestry 37 (6), 592-618, 2018
Assessing use-values and relative importance of trees for livelihood values and their potentials for environmental protection in Southern Burkina Faso
D Etongo, INS Djenontin, M Kanninen, EK Glover
Environment, Development and Sustainability 19 (4), 1141-1166, 2017
Land management in rural Burkina Faso: the role of socio‐cultural and institutional factors
D Etongo, TE Epule, INS Djenontin, M Kanninen
Natural resources forum 42 (3), 201-213, 2018
Poverty and environmental degradation in Southern Burkina Faso: An assessment based on participatory methods
D Etongo, INS Djenontin, M Kanninen
Land 5 (3), 20, 2016
Ultimately, what is forest landscape restoration in practice? Embodiments in sub-Saharan Africa and implications for future design
INS Djenontin, LC Zulu, D Etongo
Environmental Management 68 (5), 619-641, 2021
Traditional knowledge and cultural importance of Gardenia erubescens Stapf & Hutch. in Sudanian savanna of Burkina Faso
K Ouédraogo, K Dimobe, I Zerbo, D Etongo, A Zare, A Thiombiano
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 15 (1), 1-14, 2019
Household characteristics and forest resources dependence in the rumpi hills of Cameroon
B Mukete, Y Sun, D Etongo, R Ekoungoulou, F Folega, S Sajjad, M Ngoe, ...
Applied Ecology and Environmental Research 16 (3), 2755-2779, 2018
Participatory resource mapping for livelihood values derived from the forest in Ekondo-Titi subregion, Cameroon: a gender analysis
DB Etongo, EK Glover
International Journal of Forestry Research 2012, 2012
Cameroon must focus on SDGs in its economic development plans
M Beckline, S Yujun, D Etongo, S Saeed, N Mukete, T Richard
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 60 (2), 25-32, 2018
Application of time-cost trade-off model in forest management projects: The case of Oak decline project
M Zandebasiri, H Vacik, D Etongo, Y Dorfstetter, J Soosani, ...
Journal of forest science 65 (12), 481-492, 2019
Climate change adaptation in Seychelles: Actors, actions, barriers and strategies for improvement
D Etongo
Seychelles Res. J 1, 43-66, 2019
Vulnerability of maize, millet, and rice yields to growing season precipitation and socio-economic proxies in Cameroon
TE Epule, A Chehbouni, D Dhiba, D Etongo, F Driouech, Y Brouziyne, ...
Plos one 16 (6), e0252335, 2021
Identifying maize yield and precipitation gaps in Uganda
TE Epule, D Dhiba, D Etongo, C Peng, L Lepage
SN Applied Sciences 3 (5), 1-12, 2021
Vulnerability of fishery-based livelihoods to climate variability and change in a tropical island: insights from small-scale fishers in Seychelles
D Etongo, L Arrisol
Discover Sustainability 2 (1), 1-28, 2021
An integrated approach to capacity development in forestry and climate change in West Africa
K Fobissie, D Etongo, M Kanninen
Journal of Sustainable Development 10 (5), 35-43, 2017
Analytical study on the relationship between climate change, gender and youth in Seychelles
D Etongo
Consultancy Report-UNDP Climate Promise Initiative, Government of Seychelles, 2021
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