RAP PUBLICATION 2005/19

RAP PUBLICATION 2005/19

PROCEEDINGS OF THE WORKSHOP

FORESTS FOR POVERTY REDUCTION:
Changing Role for Research, Development and Training Institutions

17 - 18 June 2003
Dehradun, India

Editors
H.C. Sim, S. Appanah and N. Hooda


FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
REGIONAL OFFICE FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
Bangkok, 2005
 

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Jointly organized by
Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education (ICFRE)
Asia Pacific Association of Forestry Research Institutions (APAFRI)
Forestry Research Support Programme for Asia and the Pacific (FORSPA)

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@ FAO 2005

ISBN No: 974-7946-76-9

For copies of the report, write to:

Patrick B. Durst
Senior Forestry Officer
FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific
39 Phra Atit Road
Bangkok 10200
Thailand
Tel: (66-2) 697 4000
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CONTENTS

FOREWORD

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

1. Welcome address
R.P.S. Katwal

2. Introduction: towards forestry institutions for the twenty-first century
S. Appanah

3. In forestry lies the prospect of economic progress
Padam Shri Chandi Prasad Bhatt

4. Forestry for poverty alleviation - role of research institutions
A.K. Rana and Neelu Gera

5. Forestry research intiatives for poverty reduction
P.K. Shukla and S.S. Bisen

6. Environmental goods and services forpoverty alleviation: R&D issues
Promode Kant and R.P.S. Katwal

7. JFM and poverty alleviation: an analysis
Mudit Kumar Singh

8. Wood science and technology R&D can contribute to poverty alleviation
K. Satyanarayana Rao

9. NWFPs for poverty alleviation: research issues
P.P. Bhojvaid

10. Non-wood forest produce (NWFP) for poverty reduction
R.B.S. Rawat and R.C. Uniyal

11. Value addition of NWFPs
P.L. Soni and V.K. Varshney

12. Participatory agroforestry for poverty alleviation in Coimbatore District, India
M. George, K. Gurumurty and Vinu Aram

13. Forestry for poverty alleviation - the fourth generation paradigm
S. Shanmugasundaram

14. Forest and poverty: a survey study
K.D. Singh

15. Relative socio-economic and human development profile of scheduled tribes in India
Abusaleh Shariff, Prabir K. Ghosh and Abhilasha Sharma

16. Tribal development and marketing of NTFPs for poverty alleviation - a case study in Andhra Pradesh, India
A. Vidya Sagar

17. Forest for poverty alleviation: Chhattisgarh experience
R.C. Sharma

18. Forests for poverty alleviation:the Orissa experience
Ramvir Singh

19. Participatory forestry and poverty alleviation: the Himachal Pradesh experience
S.S. Negi

20. Forests for poverty alleviation: the changing role of R&D institutions in Nepal
Krishna Chandra Paudel

21. Forests for poverty alleviation: the response of academic institutions in the Philippines
Eleno O. Peralta

22. Forestry and poverty alleviation: the changing role of research institutions in the Philippines
Filiberto A. Pollisco, Jr.

23. Forests for poverty alleviation - case of Bhutan
Doley Tshering

24. Community forestry in mountain development: a case study in Guizhou Province, China
Zhang Shougong, Li Weichang, Lu Wenming and Deng Huafeng

25. Forest, population and povertyalleviation in Viet Nam
Dang Dinh Boi

26. Forestry for poverty reduction in Viet Nam
Trieu Van Hung

27. Participatory seed source management in Cambodia
Long Boung and Phann Phoeun

28. Forest and poverty alleviation in Thailand
Suree Bhumibhamon

29. Poverty alleviation and forest conservation in Bangladesh: role of research
Sheikh Sirajul Islam

30. FORDA: Forestry research and community development in Indonesia
Rudi Subarudi and Maman Mansyur Idris

31. Forestry for community development in Myanmar: research issues
Htun Paw Oo

32. List of participants

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