3 edition of Community participatory forestry development experience in the Terai region of Nepal found in the catalog.
Community participatory forestry development experience in the Terai region of Nepal
National Workshop on "Community Participatory Forestry Development Experience in the Terai Region of Nepal" (1997 Institute of Forestry)
by IOF/ITTO Training and Manpower Development in Community Forestry Project in Pokhara, Nepal
Written in English
|Statement||editors, Tej B.S. Mahat & Chiranjibi Prasad Upadhyaya.|
|Series||Workshop proceeding series, Workshop proceeding series (IOF/ITTO Training and Manpower Development in Community Forestry Project (Nepal))|
|Contributions||Mahat, T. B. S., Upadhyaya, Chiranjibi Prasad., Institute of Forestry (Nepal), IOF/ITTO Training and Manpower Development in Community Forestry Project (Nepal)|
|LC Classifications||SD657.N4 N45 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 228 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||228|
|LC Control Number||2001292642|
Community forestry in Nepal has had a positive image not only in the fields of development and natural resource management, but also more widely from a governance perspective, with the assertion that the local-level institutions for forest management (known as Community Forest User Groups or CFUGs) and their networks provide a model of democratic. The Terai region is extended from east to west. It has been formed by fine and fertile soil. There are several longitudinal valleys in Churia and Mahabharat ranges. This region can be divided into three sub regions: inner Terai, Bhabar Terai and main Terai. There are 20 districts of Nepal in this region.
Forestry Sector Master Plan (FSMP) is silent on community forestry in the Terai while Agriculture Perspective Plan (APP) recommends protection of Churia region. HMGN on April 28 th has formulated a policy framework on Terai and Inner Terai and the key points of the Ministerial concept paper are as follows. Nepal’s community forestry is considered as one of the popular model of decentralization in natural resource management. The program encompasses a set of policy and instrumental innovations that were especially designed to empower the local livelihoods through the proper management and utilization of forest products. Over the past three decades, the program has .
conditions for success of local common property institutions in forestry. The analysis is based on a case study of the Terai (lowlands) region of Nepal.2 1 The evidence presented in this article is based on the ﬁeldwork I conducted in with a study group of the German Development Institute. The other members were Ines Freier. Sustainable Forestry Management in Nepal: Terai Forests. At local level this included the development of a Collaborative Forest Management modality; at district level it included the development of co-operative structures where stakeholders could plan forest management, and at national level it included development of supportive legislation.
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Constraints of the Community Forestry Program in the Terai Region of Nepal. in Proceedings of the National Workshop on Community Participatory Forestry Development Experience in the Terai Region of Nepal.
Eds. Mahat, T.B.S. and Upadhyaya, 8–10 NovIoF, Pokhara. Bhattarai, B., Widening the gap between Terai and hill farmers in. Community Forestry is one of the most popular participatory forest management practices in Nepal started in after realization of the people’s participation in the sustainable development by the government of Nepal.
One strategy to halt deforestation in the Nepal is community forestry, where forests are managed by local forest users in accordance with a set of self-established rules designed to ensure that extraction of forest products is limited to sustainable levels.
Community forestry is considered a successful mode of forest management in the hills of Nepal, but in the Terai region, where Cited by: 7. • Nepal’s experience illustrates the widespread ramifications of a community forestry program. When community forestry was being promoted in the hills the major objective was protection of a dwindling, degraded resource.
At that time it was not anticipated that the forests could rejuvenate and provide significant economic Size: KB. In this book, the author discusses and reviews the origins and development of participatory forest management approaches in India and Nepal, drawing on the rich diversity of ecological, social, political and institutional conditions in the region.
The book is arranged in 8 chapters (3 written with or by other authors - Malla, Y.; Campbell, J.; Rathore, B. S.; Branney, P.; Wollenberg, Cited by: The Terai or Tarai (Hindi: तराई Nepali: तराइ) is a lowland region in northern India and southern Nepal that lies south of the outer foothills of the Himalayas, the Sivalik Hills, and north of the Indo-Gangetic lowland belt is characterised by tall grasslands, scrub savannah, sal forests and clay rich northern India, the Terai spreads from the Yamuna River.
Community Forestry in Nepal’s Terai Region: Local Resource Dependency and Perception on Institutional Attributes This book assesses the experience. Community Based Forestry in Nepal: Status, Issues and Lessons Learned Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Sciences 6(March (03)) March with 4, Reads.
Community forest management is one of the successful stories of green economy sectors in Nepal recognized by the United Nation Environment Programme.
It was initiated in Nepal to mitigate increasing deforestation and forest degradation and address the negative impacts on rural livelihoods.
Different studies are conducted by researchers to assess the role of Author: K C Anup. Tenure and forest conditions: community forestry in the Nepal Terai - Volume 29 Issue 4 - Harini Nagendra We are currently investigating an ongoing issue with our Core Share service.
We hope to restore the service to all relevant content as soon as by: Nepal has four main physiographic belts: the fertile and densely populated Terai plain, the Churia foothills and Inner Terai zone, the Middle hills and the Mountains.
The community forestry program has largely been focused on the Middle hills. This administrative region is located between the Terai.
implementation of the community forestry program in Nepal. The PF and PPF rules (Box 2) allowed for the transfer of responsibility for forest management from the File Size: KB. Terai community forestry under partial Forest Department control (Poudel).
These legislative initiatives to limit Terai community forestry have, understandably, created high levels of concern in the user communities (Neupane ; Mahapatra ). An often cited reason for the takeover of community forests. The establishment of community forests contributes to improving forest management, community development and more productive land use.
It stresses the importance of involving all local user groups in order to strengthen participatory forestry management practices and to ascertain new management options that are acceptable to all stakeholders.
Access, exclusion and equity issues in community management of forests: An analysis of the status of community forestry in the Mid-hills of Nepal. Kathmandu, Nepal: Winrock International. Thoms, C. Community control of resources and the challenge of improving local livelihoods: A critical examination of community forestry in Nepal.
All about Forestry course in Nepal. As we all know that the day by day growth of population and pollution has been suffering human beings as well as other wild animals which have created a need of education which directly deals with natural resources like forests, rivers, lakes, wetland etc by giving the student the proper knowledge of managing such resources.
productivity of five economically important timber species of central terai of Nepal”. The sole objective of this book is to disseminate the technical-know-how (how to promote private forest) of five economically important timber tree species to the wider community of Nepal, who are interested in growing private forestry.
terai (in southern Nepal) or the high-altitude forests. Forest Act of and Forest Regulation of These acts, a breakthrough for community forestry in Nepal, provide a legal basis for the implementation of community forestry and build on the Master Plan for the Forestry Sector of As envisaged in the Decentralization Act ofthe.
Sustainable Forestry Management in Nepal: Terai Forests Frank van Schouwbroeck, ILEIA1 1. Context Problem statement Millions of people depend for their livelihoods on the Terai forests in the southern plains of Nepal, which are also an important source of national income.
These forests are rapidly disappearing. Role of community forestry in rural development of Nepal: Community Forest User Groups of Dovan, Palpa: Terai Arc Landscape Paperback – Aug by Bishnu Bahadur Khatri (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Author: Bishnu Bahadur Khatri. Part 2 Participatory approaches for community forestry 6 Participatory techniques for community conservation Part 2 Participatory approaches for community conservation 1 Background Field workers sometimes have difficulties promoting the participation of .Chakraborty, Rabindra Nath,‘Problems of Intra and Inter Group Equity in Community Forestry: Evidence from the Terai Region and Nepal’, Workshop on Participatory Natural Resource Management, Mansfield College, University of Oxford, Oxford.Forty years of community-based forestry: A review of its extent and effectiveness Since the s and s, community-based forestry has grown in popularity, based on the concept that local communities, when granted sufficient property rights over local forest commons, can organize autonomously and develop local institutions to regulate the use of natural resources and .