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Published by UNESCO, this series provides information on specific case studies in ethnobotany, usually relating to sites at which People and Plants has been working. Enquiries: Robert Hft, UNESCO Nairobi Office, P.O. Box 30592 Nairobi, KENYA, Tel.: +254.2.622668, Fax: +254.2.215991. 
Email: robert.hoft@unesco.unon.org 

  • African medicinal plants: setting priorities at the interface between conservation and primary healthcare, A.B. Cunningham, 1993.  Also to be published in Spanish. 
  • Sustainability of harvesting Prunus africana bark in Cameroon: a medicinal plant in international trade, A.B. Cunningham and F.T. Mbenkum, 1993. 
  • Local representations and management of agroforests on the periphery of Kerinci Seblat National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia, Y. Aumeeruddy, 1994. Also available in French. To be published in Spanish. 
  • People, park and plant use. Recommendations for multiple-use zones and development alternatives around Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda, A.B. Cunningham, 1996.  Also available in French. 
  • Conservation through community use of plant resources. Establishing collaborative management at Bwindi Impenetrable and Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks, Uganda, R.G. Wild and J. Mutebi, 1996.  Also available in French. 
 
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