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  • Workshop on Feminization in Agriculture

    A half day workshop entitled "Feminization in Agriculture" was organized at Hotel Greenwich, Lalitpur on 24 December 2017 by ForestAction Nepal and Community Self Reliance Centre (CSRC). The main objective of the workshop was to make the policy makers aware about the issues of feminization in agriculture. Women farmers from different districts, representatives from Ministry of Agriculture, M...

  • Karnali Food Festival /Karnali Khadhya Sanjh

    With the motive of strengthening the concerns of food and agriculture and conserving the highly nutritious indigenous crops varieties which are yet to be valued at the policy levels, one day exhibition was organized at Staff College, Jawalakhel on 8 November 2017. Food products (raw as well as processed) and handmade products from Dolpa, Jumla, Humla and Bajura of Karnali region were exhibit...

  • World Food Day Celebration

    Ministry of Agricultural Development (MoAD) along with Department of Agriculture and Alliance of Agriculture for Food organized a program on 6 November 2017 with a view to celebrate 37th World Food Day. The major objectives of the program were to honor the best farmers from different parts of the Nepal and to showcase the food items and agricultural products used...

  • Policy dialogue on “Forest Tenure Reform in Nepal: What role for implementers?”

    ForestAction Nepal and Nepal Foresters’ Association jointly organized a policy dialogue on “Forest Tenure Reform in Nepal: What role for implementers?” on 24 November 2017 at Indreni Foodland. The dialogue mainly focused underlining issues particularly on divided roles of different government agencies at the local, provincial and national levels and on the co-existence, col...

  • International Agroforestry Conference (IAC) 2018

    Promotion of Agroforestry for Rural Income Generation, Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation

    Kathmandu, Nepal 27-29 April, 2018

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  • Social Science Baha public event: What does migration mean on the home front? Implications for land and social change in Nepal

    The growing migration and mobility of young, able bodied men and women are having profound effects on land and social relations in Nepal. And yet, much of the policy and public discussion is concerned with the contribution of migration to economic growth, on the one hand, and/or on safeguarding the rights of migrant workers in Nepal and destination countries, on the other. This public event ...

  • ForestAction’s work featured in a book published by Oxford

    A book written by Frank Fischer, published by Oxford University Press entitled “Climate Crisis and Democratic Prospect” has presented the work of ForestAction Nepal on critical action research under a chapter “The Community Forest Movement in Nepal as Participatory Governance: Civil Society, Deliberative Politics, and Participatory Expertise&rd...

  • National Sharing Workshop: Community Based Adaptive Learning in Management of Conflicts and Natural Resources in Bangladesh and Nepal (CALCNR)

    A National Sharing Workshop on 'Community based adaptive learning in management of conflicts and natural resources in Bangladesh and Nepal (CALCNR)' was organised by ForestAction Nepal on 31st October 2017 at Alfa-Beta complex.

    Workshop focused on sharing overall research approaches and key findings of the entire CALCNR project. Four presentations were made by ForestAction Nepal, FHR...

  • Facilitation of Field Visit for Documentary Preparation

    From October 3, 2017 to October 6, 2017, a team from Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) headed by Dr. Steven Lawry, Director of Equal opportunities, Gender, Justice and Tenure at CIFOR, visited four community forest enterprises in Chitwan and Nawalparasi districts of Nepal. These visits and subsequent meetings at the four locations were facilitate...

  • Photo Exhibition at Dipdole-Etapu Community Forest

    ForestAction Nepal under the CALCNR extension project organised a photo exhibition at Dipdole-Etapu community forest on 12th September 2017. Group of youths comprising of five members, female stakeholder from executive committee of community forest (Ms Bhagwati Raut) and active male member of community (Rajkumar Deuja) were selected to capture through cameras the...

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