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Churia conservation, livelihood, and land rights

Churia conservation, livelihood, and land rights

unravelling the complexities : report of participatory action research in Sarlahi and Mahottari.

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Published by Community Self Reliance Centre in Kathmandu .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsCommunity Self Reliance Centre (Kathmandu, Nepal), Village Volunteer Society, Women Co-operative Society Nepal.
The Physical Object
Pagination61 p. :
Number of Pages61
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16421127M
LC Control Number2007341395

  In fact, the goal of the TAL is to ‘conserve the biodiversity, soils and watersheds of the Terai and Churia (Siwaliks) hills in order to ensure the ecological, economic and socio-cultural integrity of the region’. Therefore the links between sustaining livelihoods and biodiversity conservation are explicit. for the women and men dependent on that land for their livelihoods. As a consequence it undermines food, water and livelihood security, human health, and energy supply, with further implications for poverty, conflict and human displacement. Drivers of land degradation include over exploitation for agriculture and over harvesting of trees and other.

An Act to recognize and vest the forest rights and occupation in forest land in forest dwelling who depend on the forest or forests land for bona fide livelihood needs. Explanation – For the purpose of this clause, "generation" (Conservation) 69 of Act, , the Central Government shall provide for diversion of. Arusha National Park in northern Tanzania, known for its scenic beauty, is also a battleground. Roderick Neumann's illuminating analysis shows how this park embodies all the political-ecological dilemmas facing protected areas throughout Africa. The roots of the ongoing struggle between the park on Mount Meru and the neighboring Meru peasant communities go much .

The reintroduction of a multiparty system in Nepal in after the peaceful revolution against the autocratic Monarchial Panchayat regime1 provided political space for communities to get organized and manage common pool resources, including water and forest. The state established new policies and funding mechanisms to support the evolution of new types of grassroots . Goal Life on land. Human life depends on the earth as much as the ocean for our sustenance and livelihoods. Plant life provides 80 percent of the human diet, and we rely on agriculture as an important economic resources. By , ensure the conservation, restoration and sustainable use of terrestrial and inland freshwater ecosystems and.


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This medium-sized GEF project addresses land degradation and sustainable land management issues in the Churia Range of southern Nepal. The forests in these regions are essential to community livelihoods and global biodiversity, serving as habitat for species such as Asian elephants, greater one-horned rhinos and Bengal tigers.

Conservation programmes that take into account the livelihood of the Churia people and their right to natural resources, effective land use planning, taking ownership, control on illegal extraction and zero tolerance on political impunity can lead to a green, rich, sustainable and disaster resilient Churia system.

Land Grab is a rich ethnographic account of the relationship between identity politics, neoliberal development policy, and rights to resource management in Garifuna communities on the north coast of Honduras, before and after the coup d’état. The Garifuna are a people of African and Amerindian descent who were exiled to Honduras from the British colony of St.

Vincent in. degradation of Churia region also drew attention of president of Nepal. To protect the Churia from further degradation and to rehabilitate the degraded land, Rastrapati Chure Conservation Coordination Unit was established under the MoFSC in Despite the pain staking efforts, the problem is still there.

The consequences might be due to lack. We are committed to respecting human rights, promoting their protection and realisation within our conservation programmes, and supporting the governance systems that can secure those rights.

FFI’s approach FFI promotes the use of a sustainable livelihoods approach (SLA)3 to working with communities to achieve biodiversity outcomes. Land Restoration: Reclaiming Landscapes for a Sustainable Future provides a holistic overview of land degradation and restoration in that it addresses the issue of land restoration from the scientific and practical development points of view.

Furthermore, the breadth of chapter topics and contributors cover the topic and a wealth of connected. Conservation agriculture (CA) increases productivity and helps in improving soil health (Fowler and RockstromHobbsGiller et al. ) and hence, there has been a positive shift.

•To provide livelihood promotion and social inclusion services to the poor and low income clients in rural and semi urban areas with innovative solutions.

land holding pattern of the community ranges from.5 acre to acre. The yielding capacity of agricultural land is very low due to lack of irrigation facility. Conservation payments and livelihood incentives have been used on local-scale projects around the world to motivate pro-conservation outcomes.

For example, in the Seychelles, a debt-for-nature-swap is underway whereby the island nation agreed to protect 30% of their ocean territory to enhance marine conservation and climate adaptation.

Rights and Resources Initiative In the United States: M St NW, SuiteWashington, DC +1 [email protected] In Canada: Rue Saint-Pierre, Montréal, QC H2Y 2M4. There must be lucid formulation regarding Churia conservation in legal framework and mining should be conducted under optimal utility frameworks only.

In order to secure better habitats for flora and fauna across Nepal, maintain ecosystems, and preserve lives and livelihood, the Churia range must be protected. "As Kashwan's excellently researched book shows, choosing between land rights of the peasants and forest dwellers and environmental sustainability is a false choice." - The Wire "Kashwan's brilliant book offers a multi-scale political analysis of the production of policy for the control and use of nature.

Social Impact Assessment on Proposed Project - Sustainable Land Management in the Churia Range, Nepal. Notes. Vandana Shiva, Biopiracy: The Plunder of Nature and Knowledge (Boston: South End Press, ), (Return to Text)For a discussion of the festival at Cosby, Tennessee, see Michael Ann Williams, Great Smoky Mountain Folklife (Oxford, Mississippi: University Press of Mississippi, ), (Return to Text)According to the Oxford English Dictionary, ramps.

The Churia Livelihood Improvement (CHULI) Program is a CARE-Nepal program funded by CARE-Denmark aiming at improving the livelihood security of people especially the poor, vulnerable and socially excluded (PVSE) women, men, girls and boys in Sarlahi, Mahottari and Dhanusha districts at household, group, community and district levels.

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. In book: Biological and Environmental Hazards, Risks, and Disasters, pp Nepal but are most strongly felt in many parts of Tarai and Churia.

of PES from Churia to 'Dasgaja' (No Man’s Land between India and Nepal boarder) especially for water and soil conservation, no consideration has been taken yet. Engaging them in all of our project activities with focus on churia conservation and watershed management for their equal rights and dignity.

Social Inclusion We believe to foster ownership all the sects of the society in implementation of our all programs/projects with focus on poor, women, vulnerable and socially excluded population in the. It is also an important source of community livelihoods. To protect this area’s valuable resources from land degradation, the GEF-funded project, “Sustainable Land Management in Churia Range, Nepal,” has brought together four technical ministries for the first time.

The signi cance of Churia conservation. forest structure and land-cover change deemed critical to many land-use, ecological, and conservation-oriented studies. Forest and Livelihood 13 (1.First Technical Committee meeting under Enhancing Capacity for Sustainable Management of Forests, Land and Biodiversity in the Eastern Hills (GCP/NEP//GFF) project at Entrance Café, Pulchowk, Lalitpur.

March ALTERNATIVE LIVELIHOOD OPTIONS FOR BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION BY REDUCING HUMAN WILDLIFE CONFLICT Buffer Zone of Bardia National Park, Bardia, Nepal Article (PDF Available) May with Reads.