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General Recommendations

In general, AFE/COHDEFOR has not given adequate support to the Social

Forestry System. Incentives do not exist for the cooperatives that operate within the law.

In reality, cooperatives are penalized by following the law through increased expenses

and bureaucratic red tape. FEHCAFOR and other concerned organizations need to

convey this to the AFE/COHDEFOR and the government in the hope that inefficiencies

can be reduced or eliminated.

There is not enough dialogue and sharing between cooperatives. Given their

dispersed locations cooperative members have always worked and lived alone in their

communities. The experiences presented in this study teach valuable things, but they

represent only the tip of the iceberg. If active agroforestry cooperatives were to talk to

and rely on each other more, they could work more effectively. Increased interaction

would also create a stronger sense of unity between the groups, which is important for

their survival.

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