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Transformation des herbivores sauvages africains en viande propre à la consommation. Utilisation durable de l'impala (Aepyceros melampus) par les communautés locales dans le cadre du programme CAMPFIRE, Zimbabwe

Feron Eric, Tafira J.K., Belemsobgo U., Blomme S., De Garine-Wichatitsky Michel. 1998. Transformation des herbivores sauvages africains en viande propre à la consommation. Utilisation durable de l'impala (Aepyceros melampus) par les communautés locales dans le cadre du programme CAMPFIRE, Zimbabwe. In : Projet de conservation de la biodiversité dans la moyenne vallée du Zambèze après éradication de la mouche tsé-tsé (Zimbabwé). Etude de faisabilité d'un microprojet : le ranch communal de gibier de Gonono (Gonono communal game ranch). Chardonnet P., Le Bel. Montpellier : CIRAD-EMVT, pp. 69-80.

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Titre anglais : Transforming wild african herbivores into edible meat for local communities. A community owned mechanism for the sustainable use of impala (Aepyceros melampus) in the CAMPFIRE programme, Zimbabwe

Abstract : For a long time, African wildlife has been considered as a potential source of animal protein for human populations. But projects aiming at producing bush meat have often been hindered by major constraints, among them public health concerns and their cost. The goal of the Nyama project, operating within the CAMPFIRE programme in Zimbabwe, is to supply the people of Omay Communal Land (Nyaminyami District) with affordable impala (Aepyceros melampus) meat on a regular basis and in accordance with the national law.on public health. This paper presents the technical innovations (mobile butchery and meat distribution points), the procedure followed during the cropping operations and a financial summary of these activities during the initial phase of the project. In 1996, the production system was handed over to the Nyaminyami District Council, who has since been running the project independently. (Résumé d'auteur)

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