Acceso de la población pobre a los recursos forestales - India & Nepal
||Romano F. and Reeb D. (2006). Understanding forest tenure: What rights and for whom? Secure forest tenure for sustainable forest management and poverty alleviation: the case of South and Southeast Asia, with case studies of Orissa and Meghalaya, India and Nepal. FAO LSP WP 29. Access to Natural Resources Sub-Programme.
Represents part of an area of work in support of enhancing access to forest resources in South and Southeast Asia. It is based on eleven case studies. The LSP Sub-programme 3.1 supported three case studies (Orissa and Meghalaya, India and Nepal); other countries covered were China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. The full study, including all case studies, is published as: FAO. 2006. “Understanding Forest Tenure in South and Southeast Asia”. Forestry Policy and Institutions Working Paper No. 14. Rome. The aim of this study is to shape a clearer understanding of these trends and their impact on SFM and poverty alleviation (PA).