MACH (1999-2003)

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NSP (2003-2008)


6-1 Geospatialdatabase_NSP_Dec2005

6-2 Landuse_Landcover_Maps_of_Six_Protected Areas

6-3 Landuse Final Report Modhupur

Chapter 1. Introduction

Chapter 2. The Conservation Context in 2003

Chapter 3. Genesis of the Nishorgo Forest Co-Management Experiment

Chapter 4. Development of the Collaborative Governance Model

Chapter 5. The Pace, Nature and Logic of Empowerment at Co-Management Sites

Chapter 6. Assessing the Capacity and Progress of Forest Co-Management Organizations

Chapter 7. Management Plans and Restoration of Protected Areas

Chapter 8. Monitoring Change and Impact

Chapter 9. Remote Sensing and Spatial Information in Support of Co-Management Planning

Chapter 10. Using Indicator Birds to Assess Management Impacts

Chapter 11. Policy and Legal Framework

Chapter 12. Approach to Stimulation of Alternative Economic Incentives

Chapter 13. Incentives for Community Patrolling and Protection

Chapter 14. Nature Tourism Enterprises

Chapter 15. Value Addition through Labeling in Hand-loomed Cloth Products

Chapter 16. Carbon Sink Projects as a Revenue Source

Chapter 17. Enhancing Access to Capital within PA Landscapes through Microfinance and Grants

Chapter 18. Energy Use and Options in the Protected Areas

Chapter 19. Institutional Capacity Development of Forest Department and Local Stakeholders

Chapter 20. Applied Research and Knowledge Management

Chapter 21. Architectural Design and Infrastructure

Chapter 22. Presenting Interpretive Information

Chapter 23. Communication Tools and Strategies

Chapter 25. Perspectives on Participatory Forest and PA Management

Chapter 26. Revisiting the Context for Co-Management

Chapter 27. Conclusions and Reflections on a Way Forward

Lessons Learn – all chapters

IPAC (2008-2013)

CREL (2013-2017)