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Participatory inputs in community forestry

K. C. Kishore

Participatory inputs in community forestry

a case study of Chhang village Panchayat of Tanahu District.

by K. C. Kishore

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Published by Winrock Project?] in [Kathmandu? .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesForestry research paper series -- no.12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14607427M

In support of this the Community Forestry Unit of the Food and Agriculture Organization is working on a new set of materials on the topic of participation in forestry and natural resource management. These materials, tentatively called The Participatory Process Package are now in the development phase. Forests, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, Public participation in forestry is a key issue to ensure democratization of decision-making processes, to increase the social acceptance of policies, and to reduce the conflicts between forest users.

The use of Participatory Geographic Information Systems (PGIS) in the field of community forest management combines the collection of quantitative and qualitative information in a way that is. effective Participatory Forest Management Plan (PFMP) preparation for community involvement in forest management. It provides a sequence of events and activities to be undertaken. It is supposed to be a guide to the Responsible Body (RB), the applicant and the facilitators on the process of preparing Participatory Forest Management Plans (PFMPs).

What Is Community Forestry? Community forestry is a broad term used to describe models of forest management that give local people the majority say in making decisions. Similar terms include participatory forest management, collaborative forest management, social forestry, and community-based forest management. Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA), Participatory Technology Development (PTD), Participatory Learning and Plan for Watershed Management Community agro-forestry development Land-use planning. Helvetas - Social Forestry Support Project depending on the input of external persons. This should also lead to sustained capacity of field staff and.


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Participatory inputs in community forestry by K. C. Kishore Download PDF EPUB FB2

Participatory and rapid rural appraisal tools have proven to be instrumental in extension approaches of both the established community forestry projects and the PUCD projects.

In particular in the case of the established projects, these tools are important instruments for the extension staff. Participatory approaches to forestry have had mixed success in Central Africa, research shows. Photo: Ollivier Girard/CIFOR.

In community forestry, participatory management seeks to give village populations access to a forestry sector that has long been monopolized by multinationals, and in doing so restore equitable access to revenue. Community forestry has become the most important program to conserve, manage and utilize forest resources in Nepal.

Community forestry management was followed by the Master Plan for the Forestry Sector (MPFS) inwhich was followed by ‘The Forest Act’ in and Participatory inputs in community forestry book Rules’ in (Ojha and Bhattari, ). Participatory management has since become the standard for measuring a state’s progress toward sustainable natural resource management (and in particular, forest management), due to its inclusive nature and its status as the preferred approach for non-governmental organizations and the international donor community.

Bogor, Indonesia: Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), ISBN 37p. CABI thesaurus: 1. research 2. methodology 3. social participation 4. communities 5. community forestry 6. community involvement 7. forest management 8. participatory rural appraisal 9. techniques handbooks I. Title.

Participatory Processes and Conflict Management in Community Forestry Katherine Warner Community forestry is in the process of transforming itself. Its supporters and practitioners are reviewing its basic assumptions and goals in order to develop a strategy for the future.

This paper focuses on the changes. Participatory Forest Management in Ethiopia, Practices and Experiences Deforestation and the resulting environmental degradation is a major problem in the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and a key factor challenging food security, community livelihood and sustainable development.

Between andover 77 percent of the country's. Community forestry with substantial or full devolution: Significant rights for defined local communities to manage forests and access and use forest products.

Generally some government authority and oversight. Rights to manage and use forests devolved to local communities, generally subject to the development of a management plan. The Evolution to Participatory Assessment, Monitoring and Evaluation in Community Forestry.

The evolution of community forestry over the past decades has taken place in a number of progressive stages. Each stage has built on the cumulative knowledge and lessons of the past.

The paper investigated the forest fringe community’s participation in forest reserve sustainability in Ghana using Brong-Ahafo Region of Ghana as a case study.

The key issues examined are the forest reserve management strategies, stakeholder’s participation and livelihood activities of forest fringe communities.

Two stage sampling technique was used to sample forty-two respondents for the. Community Forestry is one form of ‘social’ forestry, geared towards the subsistence needs of local communities.

Community forestry has more to do with people than trees and this has been reflected in an approach dominated by the social sciences. Participatory techniques have been the primary tool for obtaining community and.

Participatory Research: Strategies and Tools1 Ajit Krishnaswamy Participatory research or PR presents people as researchers in pursuit of answers to questions encountered in daily life. PR is the foundation of the NNFP’s National Community Forestry Center (NCFC). An article. programme managers and field workers in community forestry, from planning work programmes to negotiating plans for forestration and forest management with rural people.

We wish only to inform people about how participatory techniques might be used in community forestry, not to promote rigid guidelines about how they should be used.

Asia Forest Network Page 1 PARTICIPATORY RURAL APPRAISAL FOR COMMUNITY FOREST MANAGEMENT-TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) tools facilitate collection and analysis of information by and for community members. PRA emphasizes local knowledge and involves communities in the inventorying, monitoring, and.

Guide Sheet Three – Participatory Forest Resource Assessment 4. Negotiating PFM Guide Sheet Four – Forest management planning 5. Negotiating PFM Guide Sheet Five – The Forest Management Agreement 6.

Implementing PFM Guide Sheet Six – The roles of the community as forest managers 7. Implementing PFM. Participatory Approaches to Planning for Community Forestry: Results and Lessons from Case Studies Conducted in Asia, Africa and Latin America: a Synthesis Report Theo M.

Oltheten FAO, - Community forests - pages. A basic introduction to the techniques that could be used in participatory monitoring and evaluation. Outlines the development and utility of participatory monitoring and evaluation as of the late s, and how it has evolved for use in community forestry projects.

The methods used (community selection and community problem analysis as well as ongoing monitoring and evaluation) are discussed. Participatory Forest Management: an overview March Kate Schreckenberg, Cecilia Luttrell and Catherine Moss community forestry refers to a component of participatory forestry that Inputs required by the community to establish new forest partnership including.

“Initially, the book was a collection of inputs from stakeholders in both communities and implementing agencies,” says Liswanti. “Findings from community workshop activities and results of participatory prospective analysis (PPA) workshops involving stakeholders in Lampung – and Maluku – have led to the development of this guidebook.”.

The goal of the Participatory Action and Learning (PAL) methodology is to equip frontline extension agents of community forestry management (in this case forest guards and animators) with some concrete but practical sets of ideas, tools and techniques to assist Forest Users Groups (FUGS) for effective management of community forests in Nepal.

This manual provides a source book of ideas about participatory techniques. It begins by answering some common questions about participatory techniques and describing RRA and PRA approaches in the context of community forestry.

It then provides guidelines on how to use RRA and PRA tools and methods in the field.Five representative community forest user groups (CFUGs) from Gorkha district in Nepal were studied in order to evaluate the status of good governance in community forestry (CF). Eight criteria and their local indicators were employed to quantify the governance status in CF using simple mathematical procedures.

Results show that overall governance level ranges from % to %.The community's toolbox: The idea, methods and tools for participatory assessment, monitoring and evaluation in community forestry Table of contents Community Forestry Field Manual 2.