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[Ambassador report] community forest model in Nepal

by Bal krishna Pandey | 10-11-2019 21:22 Comments 14 Comments recommendations 0 recommendations

"Green Ban Nepal's wealth (Green forest is Nepal's wealth)" is one of the most popular slogans in Nepal and to some extent reality. The community forest is a part of the national forest which has been transferred to the user group for collective development for its development, conservation and utilization.The Community Forest Program was specifically designed to meet the subsistence needs of the local people, as well as to protect the forest by transferring user rights of forest resources to local users.

In community forests, parts of the government forest are transferred to a group of local families known as the Community Forest Users Group (CFUG). They formulate a forest management plan as needed and the forests are managed according to the plan for the use of resources as well as for conservation and conservation purposes The basic assumption of the CFUG is that users are united and able to manage community forests for their mutual benefit.However, the needs and interests of households participating in community forest depend on their financial status. Poor people want to use it more for livelihoods such as fodder, food and wood, while rich people are more interested in its commercial value as wood. According to the social forestry program of the Government of Nepal, activities carried out in the community forest are concerned with generating economic benefits and improving environmental and social conditions.Community forests can be used to help support these processes, as well as why families are involved in a community forest management group(CFMG).

1. The following are some of the hopes for the environment ecological benefits. Through community forests, CFMGs can contribute to the restoration of damaged forests, conserve water sources, reduce fire incidents, protect wildlife, improve forest cover, and CF areas can be a recreational area for outdoor visitors. However, there are limited empirical documents on actual practices and ecological impacts, especially over time.

2.Social literature suggests that there is a great potential for community forestry to increase cooperation among members of CFMGs and build local governance capacity. Especially in rural areas of Nepal, they always have support at wedding parties and other occasions as part of each event where they support each other. A sense of ownership can be fostered in the wild, which protects CF against outsiders illegally taking over resources.There is also a way for rural residents to formally express their interests and preferences by attending CFMG meetings.


Bal krishna Pandey

Kushal Naharki

  • Kushal Naharki says :
    Hello Balkrishna bro

    I do hope that you are fine and doing great with your works.
    Thank you for your report about community forest model in Nepal

    Green Cheers from Nepal :)
    Keep writing great reports.
    We are eager to read more reports from you.

    Kushal Naharki

    Posted 13-11-2019 19:13

Bal krishna Pandey

Bal krishna Pandey

  • Bal krishna Pandey says :
    Dear Hyeongmin Mentor,
    Thank you very much:)
    Posted 13-11-2019 00:48

Hyeongmin Mentor

  • Hyeongmin Mentor says :
    Hello Bal Krishna

    I heard that Nepal is rich is forest resources. Certainly it is not easy to take care of all and keep it in its best condition.
    This forestry program in Nepal looks like a perfect way to preserve the forest resources. I think the main point about the program is that it gives the local people some kind of ownership and responsibility to save the forest. With those thoughts, they will learn by themselves how to stay balanced with the nature.

    Thank you for the detailed explanation about the great program in Nepal.

    Keep up the great work.
    Posted 12-11-2019 23:21

Manisha  Upadhaye

  • Manisha Upadhaye says :
    Hello Balkrishna brother,
    The information you shared is really important to know. From our own level,we have to manage our forest for the balance environment. Hope to know from you.
    Posted 11-11-2019 22:30

Bal krishna Pandey

  • Bal krishna Pandey says :
    hello sandhya adhikari sis,
    Thank you very much :)
    Posted 11-11-2019 16:18

Bal krishna Pandey

Bal krishna Pandey

Bal krishna Pandey

Sandhya Adhikari

  • Sandhya Adhikari says :
    Hello Balkrishna dai,
    thanks for the well articulated report describing Nepal's forest so apparently,
    Keep writing such a great report,

    Looking forward to read much more from you,

    keep writing,

    Posted 11-11-2019 01:52

Prashamsa Bhusal

  • Prashamsa Bhusal says :
    Great report Balkrishna dai!
    You have represented Nepal's wealth so perfectly!
    Go green!!
    Posted 11-11-2019 00:48

Meena Pandey

  • Meena Pandey says :
    Hello Bal Krishna dai!!
    I hope you are fine and doing great.
    I really enjoyed reading yours report.

    Indeed green forest is what Nepal is rich for.
    We have to make effort from every sector for its conservation along with its preservation.

    Keep writing and shining.
    Hope to know more from you.

    Warm regards,

    Posted 10-11-2019 23:36


  • ALOK DHAKAL says :
    Yes, Forest is wealth for nepal!
    Posted 10-11-2019 22:42

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