WATERSHED MANAGEMENT CASE STUDY

WATERSHED MANAGEMENT CASE STUDY:
NEPAL
Review and assessment of watershed management strategies and approaches

STUDY TEAM

Shashindra Lal Singh
Bhawani Prasad Kharel
Manmohan Dhoj Joshi
Prakash Mathema



Soil and Water Conservation Society (SOWCAS), Nepal
Review and assessment of the status of watershed management

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Table of contents:

INTRODUCTION
1. COUNTRY OVERVIEW
2. THE AGRICULTURE SECTOR
3. THE FORESTRY SECTOR
4. KEY RESOURCE ISSUES
5. WATERSHED MANAGEMENT IN NEPAL
6. MAIN RECOMMENDATIONS



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