Zambia: Community Markets for Conservation (COMACO)
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In Zambia's Luangwa Valley, WCS is encouraging farmers to use wildlife-friendly practices through a rural development model called Community Markets for Conservation (COMACO). Although not a very direct incentive scheme (it pays for biodiversity-friendly activities, not conservation results), it is an example of economic incentives that clearly tie wildlife conservation to improved livelihoods.
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