This chapter, on community forestry development in Cambodia and RECOFTC's role, is part of a larger publication Forests for People, put together by the UN Forum on Forests for the International Year of Forests, 2011. Forests for People is a fully illustrated 250-page book with over one hundred authors relating their efforts in making forestry an essential element in sustainable human development programs at international, regional, national, and even local levels of activity. Their commentaries draw upon experiences around the world reflecting the increasing threat to forests in present and future societies and the need for sustained investment in effective sustainable forestry management.
This article is reproduced from Forests for People, a UN copyright title for the International Year of Forests (Forests 2011). ISBN 978-0-9568561-1-1