2005
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Socio-economic impacts of community based forest enterprises in mid hills of Nepal: Case Study from Dolakha district

  • Acharya, R. P.
This paper endeavours to assess the socio-economic impact of FUG members affiliated with three Community Based Forest Enterprises (CBFEs) in Dolakha district. Important socio-economic variables, especially household income, gender and equity, decision making process, benefit sharing and resource management were analysed. The study concludes that the CBFEs have created a positive impact on the socio-economic aspects of rural populace.
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  • Journal:
    Banko Janakari Vol.15(2) 2005, pp43-47: http://www.nepjol.info/index.php/BANKO/article/view/351/343
  • Language:
    English
  • Published Year:
    2005
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