Adaptive and Collaborative Management (ACM) in Community Forestry in Nepal

2002

CIFOR’s ACM research in Nepal was a part of ‘Adaptive Collaborative Management (ACM) in Community Forestry research being coordinated by CIFOR in various countries in Asia and Africa including Nepal, Indonesia, the Philippines, Ghana, Cameroon, Zimbabwe and Malawi. This Nepal chapter ACM project was implemented in collaboration with CIFOR, Forest Action and NORMs. The objective of this project was to identify, enhance and develop a set of institutional arrangements, approaches/strategies and tools, and their enabling conditions, to allow local communities to achieve more sustainable and equitable forest management and greater well-being in a multistakeholder environment. The project has yielded a number of outputs including a Site Reconnaissance Report, Stakeholder Analysis Report, a Historical Trend Report, Background Report on Community Forestry Situation, BioPhysical Assessment Report, Human Well-being Report, Adaptation and Collaboration Report, Annual Analysis Report and Evaluation Report. (Please click for full document)

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