Forests have conventionally been seen as a source of products for sustaining resource-poor households. Nonetheless, forest management strategies have often not been designed to meet these pressing needs. The objectives of this research were to examine the contribution of forest products to household income and determine the level of forest dependence among poor households in four sectors selected from the Musanze and Nyabihu districts of Rwanda. A multistage sampling process was used to select 165 households in a questionnaire-based survey.
Mutandwa, E., & Kanyarukiga, R. (2016). Understanding the role of forests in rural household economies: experiences from the Northern and Western provinces of Rwanda. Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science, 1-8.