This book assesses the application of Collaborative Forest Management (CFM) in Uganda, its strengths and limitations. The book critically examines the international and national legal frameworks for CFM pointing out their strengths and weaknesses. On the basis of the limitations identified, the book makes recommendations for the improved application of the CFM in Uganda. It recommends for legislative amendments, capacity building, raising public awareness, information dissemination and greater Non-Governmental Organisations' participation. The book establishes that CFM has a potential to promote sustainable forest management. Uganda has a fairly adequate policy and legal framework for the implementation of CFM. However, there is limited capacity especially at the local levels to implement the approach.