Wildlife Conservation in Community Forestry: Role and Responsibility of the Community

Wildlife Conservation in Community Forestry: Role and Responsibility of the Community

Key Activities:

  • To share the plants survey technique.
  • To create the community awareness on plant conservation among the marginal sections of the society by this workshop.
  • To prepare the agendas on plant conservation.
  • To share the technique on plant identification, herbarium preparation, separation of plants as per the ethno-botanical uses.
  • To discuss on commercialization and domestication of highly valuable Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MAPs).
  • To publish and disseminate outputs of organized workshop.

 

 

Objectives:
  • To provide the capacity building of NGO, our local grass root partner’s organization, civic society community members and interested Nepalese ecologist through organizing workshop.

Major Achievements:

Date Title
Capacity building of 45 participants increased through 5 days training.
Value based wildlife conservation promoted.
Community based wildlife conservation in community forestry.
Methods of conservation education and communication.
Action plan preparation for the future courses of action.
Promoted wildlife conservation in local initiatives.
Community based policy and strategy on wildlife conservation in community forestry.
Rules and regulations (provision and punishments).
Total 80 People, 48 female and 32 male capacity buildups and educated for Wildlife Conservation in Community Forestry: Role and Responsibility.

Project information

  • Project duration January, 2008
  • Project Location  Kavrepalanchok, district
  • Funding partner's British Ecological Society (BES), London, UK
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