Tribhuvan University (TU), Institute of Forestry, Nepal

Science and Power in Participatory Forestry (SCIFOR)

Research project With the purposes of improving forest conservation as well as rural peoples’ livelihoods in less developed countries, local communities are increasingly becoming involved in managing forests. Yet, evidence that these purposes are met is scarce, and t ... Project Completion Report: SCIFOR examines the justifications, motivations, and role in practical forest management of scientific forestry principles as it unfolds in educative institutions, bureaucracies, and communities and forests – focusing ...
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Community based forest management in the Himalayas III

Research project This project uses and expands unique time-series data to study household-level climate change adaptation strategies in Nepal. The project is jointly developed and implemented by the Institute of Forestry, the Department of Forest Research and Survey, ... Completion Report - Summary: Project results include research and capacity building. Joint research was undertaken in four sites across the physiographic zones of Nepal where forests are managed by local communities. The data collected includes ...
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An asset based approach for assessing poverty dynamics, poverty traps, and poverty-environmental relations in Nepal

Research project The project aims at contributing to the understanding of poverty dynamics in developing countries. The project focuses on developing an asset model that identifies types of poor with regard to their expected welfare status. The research is novel, as ... Project completion report: The project aimed to examine economic mobility among Nepalese households - in terms of their value added (or loss) of assets over a period of 10 years (2001-2011). The aim was to identify specific types of poor - those ...
Period: 2010-09-5 to 2012-12-31 Countries: Nepal Lead institution: University of Copenhagen (UCPH), Faculty of Science, Department of Food and Resource Economics, Denmark Project code: 10-109LIFE Total grant: 233,120 DKK
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