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  • APFNet Workshop on Forest Rehabilitation and Management (2-15 July 2018  Kunming, China)

APFNet Workshop on Forest Rehabilitation and Management (2-15 July 2018 Kunming, China)

Abstract: In Bangladesh, forest is degrading due to over population, fuel wood demand, changes in land use, encroachment, illegal felling and the collection of fuel wood for a large population. The Bangladesh Forest Department (BFD) has been implementing and/or continuing successful programs of coastal afforestation, s…

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  • APFNet Workshop on Forestry and Rural Livelihood Development (1-14 November, 2017 Yunnan Province, China)

APFNet Workshop on Forestry and Rural Livelihood Development (1-14 November, 2017 Yunnan Province, China)

Improving Forest Dependent Livelihoods through NTFPs and Home Gardens: A Case Study from Satchari National Park, BangladeshImran AhmedAssistant Chief Conservator of Forests, Forest DepartmentMinistry of Environment and ForestAbstract: Non-timber forest products (NTFPs) and home gardens play crucial role in the livelihoo…

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  • APFNet Workshop on Forest Rehabilitation and Management (24 July - 4 August, 2017 Siem Reap, Cambodia)

APFNet Workshop on Forest Rehabilitation and Management (24 July - 4 August, 2017 Siem Reap, Cambodia)

An Analysis of Field Level Relevance and Effectiveness of Selected Co-management Organizations in Cox’s Bazar, BangladeshMr. MD. Oli Ul HaqueAbstract: Recent initiative through co-management of protected areas in Bangladesh has been progressing considerably in biodiversity conservation as well as livelihood development…

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