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Social forestry framework

Mukul Sanwal

Social forestry framework

people, development, and environment

by Mukul Sanwal

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Published by Training Division, Dept. of Personnel and Training, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Govt. of India in New Delhi .
Written in English


About the Edition

With special reference to the problems of hill areas people of Uttar Pradesh.

Edition Notes

StatementMukul Sanwal.
SeriesTraining monograph ;, 3-86
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 86/60199 (S)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination25 p.
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2362614M
LC Control Number86907767

The "social licence to operate" began as a metaphor to bring attention to the need for companies to earn acceptance from their host communities. Today, it is a necessary management framework for complex times.A social licence strategy is essentially a stakeholder engagement strategy for navigating complex socio-political by: working of Social Forestry Department. Objectives of the Hand Book The objective of the Hand Book is to provide the users – general public, employees and officers of the entire Department or any person or persons interested to get any information on a broad view of the functioning of the Department in a transparent manner.

The course explores the use of woodlands to promote social and human well-being, and equips you with the tools to apply Social Forestry ideas in practice. Suitable for social foresters, woodland owners/managers and health, well-being and social care professionals. forestry meaning: 1. the science of planting and taking care of large areas of trees 2. the science of planting and. Learn more.

The first applies to market-oriented, forestry-based social innovation initiatives that offer new products or services. Such initiatives can register as social enterprises and mobilize resources they can access within the social entrepreneurship regulatory framework and the Rural Development Programme measures explicitly addressing social Cited by: 7. The main function of Department of Social Forestry is to create nurseries to produce planting stocks, raise plantations, distribution of plant material to the people (rural/urban), farmers, Govt. agencies for planting in their premises/fields with an ultimate goal of Greening the State, improving the environment, generating the employment and conserving the natural forests.


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Social Forestry: Definitions and Research Needs 46 several forms that it takes, create a need, in order to avoid confusion, for a clear definition of each. Historical Background The concept of social forestry, which, in the past, was more often referred to as community forestry, had its genesis in age-old forms of communal forestry practicedFile Size: 57KB.

Social forestry is the management and protection of forests and afforestation of barren and deforested lands with the purpose of helping environmental, social and rural development. The term social forestry was first used in by The National Commission on Agriculture, when the government of India aimed to reduce pressure on forests by planting trees on all unused and fallow Social forestry framework book.

Social Social forestry framework book is a noble concept in which community plays the most important role in implementation. If implemented with appropriate institutional framework proves highly successful in benefiting the environment as well as the community.

Traditional institutions are an excellent example of state- people partnership which has been relatively. Social protection and forestry ©FAO/Qiang Ma Social protection comprises a set of policies and programmes that addresses economic, environmental and social vulnerabilities to food insecurity and poverty by protecting and promoting livelihoods.

Social protection can play a preventive role to mitigate exposure to risks. Examples include social insurance instruments. This book is based on social forestry experience in China.

It is arranged in 3 parts. Part I, Social forestry theories and practice (by He PiKun) has 12 chapters covering the concept and background, theoretical perspectives, social forestry and sociology, the characteristics of social forestry, women's participation in social forestry, the external support system, management forms, forest.

Go back. Social forestry. The National Commission on Agriculture, Government of India, first used the term ‘social forestry’ in It was then that India embarked upon a social forestry project with the aim of taking the pressure off the forests and making use of all unused and fallow land.

Agroforestry: Agroforestry is any sustainable land-use system that maintains or increases total yields by combining food crops (annuals) with tree crops (perennials) and/or livestock on the same unit of land, either alternately or at the same tim. In accordance with the decentralization policy of the Royal government, social forestry activities, forest fire management, protection of Tsamdrog and Sokshing from encroachment and allocation of dry fire wood was designated as Dzongkhag level programme inthe Division was renamed as Social Forestry and Extension Section.

Social forestry in India: concept and schemes. These rates are derived by developing a dynamic production function for social forestry projects in India. The book is “Question Bank on. People, Trees and Rural Development: The Role of Social Forestry 63 The connection between employment and social forestry may also be indirect.

As mentioned, many rural, nonwood-based industries depend on wood for fuel. Local residents obtain income from growing, harvesting, collecting and selling wood to theseFile Size: 68KB.

An empirical overview of social forestry in Asia and how it relates to community development and household behavior Description Economic development and forest use, with special emphasis on understanding the components of forest degradation and exploitation in developing countries, is the focus of this book.

The Impact of the Legal Framework of Community Forestry on the Development of Rural Areas in Cameroon Authors/Editors: Emmanuel D. Kam Yogo The World Bank Legal Review Volume 6 Improving Delivery in Development: The Role of Voice, Social Contract, and Accountability Published: March Pages: -   Social forestry 1.

Farm Forestry • Farm forestry is the management of trees for specific purpose within a commercial context. Typically these are timber plantations on private land 2. • It can provide shelter, pasture and crops. Forests provide a wide range of economic and social benefits for instance through employment, value generated from the processing and trade of forest products, and investments in the forest sector.

Benefits also include the hosting and protection of sites and landscapes of high cultural, spiritual, or recreational value. Economic benefits can usually be valued in monetary terms but the social.

SOCIAL FORESTRY The term Social Forestry “is a concept, a programme and a mission which aims at ensuring ecological, economic and social security to the people, particularly to the rural masses especially by involving the beneficiaries right from the planning stage to theFile Size: KB.

The concept of social forestry is defined. To illustrate its development, a brief history of social forestry worldwide is presented. Social forestry has often been treated as a sub topic in forestry. This chapter aims to introduce the idea that all forestry is social : Celeste Lacuna-Richman.

Gender and Social Inclusion FORESTRY GENDER AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION ASSESSMENT SECTORAL SERIES: MONOGRAPH 3 FORESTRY GENDER AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION ASSESSMENTMONOGRAPH 3 A woman grazing her goats in Kanepokhari forests, Morang district, eastern Nepal, Photograph by Mani Lama; design by Chiran Ghimire.

Book design by. A Human Dimensions Framework: Guidelines for Conducting Social Assessments. iii Table of Contents Page forests, and its State and Private Forestry branch of operations, to discuss social science applications.

Academic disciplines represented at the workshop included socialCited by: forestry definition: 1. the science of planting and taking care of large areas of trees 2. the science of planting and. Learn more. he Framework on Effective Rural Communication for Development is the result of an inter-institutional expert consultation workshop organized by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH.

The workshop was conducted jointly with the Research Centre forFile Size: KB. Leeora Black included the four factor model in her book on the social licence to operate (Black, ).

Moffat and Zhang () found support for elements of the four factor framework in a study.The social-ecological systems framework (SESF) (Ostrom, Poteete et al.

) is a conceptual framework providing a list of variables that may be interacting and affecting outcomes in social-ecological systems (SES).Cited by: 1) Agroforestry is any sustainable land-use system that maintains or increases total yields by combining food crops (annuals) with tree crops (perennials) and/or livestock on the same unit of land, either alternately or at the same time, using management practices that suit the social and cultural characteristics of the local people and the economic and eco­logical conditions of the area.