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The Preferred Wood Species And Charcoal Production In Uganda: A Case Study Of Nakaseke District Wakyayo Sub County
The decline in indigenous and preferred tree species for fuel-wood has led to haphazard harvesting of trees. This reduction of wood for fuel energy could render marginalized households vulnerable to livelihood insecurity. This study was carried out in Wakyato Sub-county, Uganda, with the aim of assessing the preferred wood species for charcoal production. Data was collected from four categories of respondents including; woodland owners, charcoal producers, focus group discussions and key informants who were knowledgeable in the biomass subsector. SPSS package was used to run Anova, Cross tabulation and Chi-square.
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