Replication Data for: Can gender appreciation of trees enhance landscape multifunctionality? A case of smallholder farming systems on Mount Elgon

Mieke Bourne, Joan Kimaiyo, Joseph Tanui, Delia Catacutan & Verrah Otiende
This dataset was moved to: https://doi.org/10.34725/DVN/SCKGMVTrees provide livelihood support functions and environmental services that contribute to the multifunctionality of landscapes. The presence or absence of trees is influenced by the interactions between ecological, social-economic and cultural elements. The role of gender in land use perceptions and changes involving trees have received little attention. In Africa, gender differentiated access, use and decision-making related to trees are common features. Divergent control and access to resources by men...
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