Practical guide for socio-economic livelihood, land tenure and rights surveys for use in collaborative ecosystem-based land use planning

This guide aims to provide practical steps for field-based practitioners to follow in conducting socio-economic surveys of households and villages, including focus group discussions and key informant interviews. This guide is accompanied by nine Supporting Notes. These are essential tools for gathering socio-economic information, the results of which can be used as input to collaborative land use decision-making tools and procedures.