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Does Tenure Matter - Forest Cover Change- Niraula

Does Tenure Matter - Forest Cover Change- Niraula

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Published by Rabin Niraula
THE MAIN SOURCE OF THIS BOOK COULD BE rightsandresurces.org and helvetasnepal.org.np

DOES TENURE MATTER? ASSESSMENT OF FOREST COVER CHANGE IN NEPAL- environment and climate series 2011/2

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HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation Nepal produced this booklet through a collaboration with Rights and Resources Initiative. This aims to highlight key issues, achievements, and opportunities in the field of forest cover change. We would like to thank all the contributors to produce this publication and offer
THE MAIN SOURCE OF THIS BOOK COULD BE rightsandresurces.org and helvetasnepal.org.np

DOES TENURE MATTER? ASSESSMENT OF FOREST COVER CHANGE IN NEPAL- environment and climate series 2011/2

Photo: Fritz Berger

HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation Nepal produced this booklet through a collaboration with Rights and Resources Initiative. This aims to highlight key issues, achievements, and opportunities in the field of forest cover change. We would like to thank all the contributors to produce this publication and offer

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Published by: Rabin Niraula on Feb 15, 2012
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Does Tenure MaTTer?assessMenT of Change in foresT Cover in nepalemt d cmt  2011/2
Dolaghat, Kavrepalanchowk, 1985Dolaghat, Kavrepalanchowk, 2010
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Shiva Prasad AryalCountry Director HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation NepalBharat K PokharelDeputy Country Director HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation NepalHELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation Nepal produced this booklet through a collaborationwith Rights and Resources Initiative. This aims to highlight key issues, achievements,
and opportunities in the eld of forest cover change.We would like to thank all the contributors to produce this publication and offer specialthanks to Rabin Raj Niraula, the main author of the report, and Dr Jagadish ChandraBaral for his intellectual input on the analysis of governance and tenure and Sarah
Byrne’s contribution on global literature review. The views expressed in this paper,
however are those of the main author and contributors, and do not necessarily representthose of HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation Nepal and Rights and Resources Initiative.
HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation is a Swiss association devoted to development
and cooperation. It works towards the elimination of the causes of marginalisation and
promotes solidarity with the poor in the south and the east. Its mission is to actively
contribute to the improvement of the living conditions of economically and sociallydisadvantaged people in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Currently, it runs programmesof co-operation in 30 countries including Nepal.Through publications, it contributes to the generation of knowledge and the processof learning through sharing on development and co-operation. For more details or 
comments, please contact:HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation Nepal
Dhobighat-3, P. O. Box 688
Lalitpur, Nepal
Phone: +977 1 5524925 E-mail: po@helvetas.org.npFax: + 977 1 5531109 Web-site: www.helvetasnepal.org.npThe Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) is a strategic coalition comprised of 
international, regional, and community organizations engaged in development, research
and conservation to advance forest tenure, policy and market reforms globally.The mission of the Rights and Resources Initiative is to support local communities’
and indigenous peoples’ struggles against poverty and marginalization by promoting
greater global commitment and action towards policy, market and legal reforms thatsecure their rights to own, control, and benet from natural resources, especially landand forests. RRI is coordinated by the Rights and Resources Group, a non-prot
organization based in Washington, D.C.
For more information, please visit www.rightsandresources.org.
 
Tb  Ctt
1. INTRODUCTION 11.1. Background 1
1.2. Denition of the concept of forest tenure 21.3. Global literature and hypothesis of the study 31.4 Overview of Nepal’s forest tenure system and community forestry 5
2. STUDY METHODOLOGY 9
2.1. Field study site 92.2. Research methods 10
3. RESULTS AND ANALYSIS: 13
3.1. Forest cover change 133.2. Forest tenure categories 143.3. Analysis of forest cover change in different tenure regimes 153.3.1. Tenure security 16
3.3.2. Governance practice 18
3.4. The status of governance performance and tenure securityfrom community perspective 213.4.1. Performance criteria 213.4.2. Specic qualications 22
3.4.3. Future potential 224. CONCLUDING REMARKS 245. REFERENCES 25
6. ANNEX 27

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