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Year: 2008
The vast natural resources of India’s forests, including non-timber forest products (NTFPs), such as medicinal and aromatic plants, leaves, fruits, seeds, resins, gums, bamboos, and canes, offer employment that provides up to half the income of about 25 per cent of the country’s rural labour force
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Year: 2007
Several participatory forest management approaches have emerged in different countries in South Asia in the effort to develop an effective institutional framework and mechanisms for the management of forest resources
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Year: 2007
The conditions in mountain areas are significantly different from those obtaining in the plains
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Year: 2007
This publication summarises the findings of a multi-disciplinary team that studied three different recently completed GTZ community-based forest management projects in Bhutan, India, and Nepal
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Year: 2006
In 2005, SDC held a workshop on 'Capitalisation and Sharing of Experiences on the Interaction between Forest Policies and Land Use Patterns in Asia', in partnership with ICIMOD, RECOFTC, and GTZ
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Year: 2006
In 2005, SDC held a workshop on 'Capitalisation and Sharing of Experiences on the Interaction between Forest Policies and Land Use Patterns in Asia', in partnership with ICIMOD, RECOFTC, and GTZ
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Year: 2006
Tribal communities of Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) depend largely on forest commons1 to fulfill their basic subsistence requirements and cash income
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Year: 2006
For most governments and planners in the region, planning, programming, and policy making has often been done with only the perspective of the plains
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Year: 2005
As in other mountain regions of Asia, agricultural lands in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) of Bangladesh are undergoing degradation due primarily to environmentally incompatible land-use systems such as shifting cultivation (jhum) and annual cash crops
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Year: 2005
Degradation of land and forests by short rotation slash and burn agriculture, known locally as jhum, has become a serious concern in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) of Bangladesh
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