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Year: 2012
The Indus river basin supports the world’s largest irrigation system
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Year: 2011
The Indus River Basin is characterized by downstream areas with the world's largest irrigation system, providing food and energy security to more than 215 million people
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Year: 2011
In pursuit of sustainable forest conservation, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, and Nepal have promoted participatory forest management (PFM) approaches such as community forestry, joint forest management, and social forestry
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Year: 2011
The Indus River Basin is characterized by downstream areas with the world's largest irrigation system, providing food and energy security to more than 215 million people
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Year: 2004
The Himalayas range from Afghanistan to Myanmar with rapidly depleting medicinal plant resources
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Year: 2000
Mountain communities in South Asia, especially those who live in the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region, are characterised as marginalised communities in terms of theiraccess to capital, technology, and decision-making authority; fragile in terms of thehealth of the ecosystems they live in; and vulnerable in terms of their overwhelmingdependence on natural resources
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Year: 1998
This report examines an extensive bamboo production-to-consumption system in the three-districts of Siraha, Saptari and Udaypur in the eastern Nepal - an area selected for its relative richness in bamboo resources
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Year: 1995
The forest resources of Nepal after continuously dwindling for the last four decades are showing signs of rejuvenation
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