Putting the issues together; a case study analysis on Conservation and Livelihoods Linkages in Khata Corridor, Bardia, Nepal



Posted on 26 December 2011  | 
Putting the issues together; a case study analysis on Conservation and Livelihoods Linkages in Khata Corridor, Bardia, Nepal
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"Putting the issues together; a case study analysis on Conservation and Livelihoods Linkages in Khata Corridor, Bardia, Nepal " 

The case study on conservation and livelihoods linkages was carried out by WWF Nepal’s own internal human resources. It is a reflection of a decade investment together with corridor resources users on corridor management with its analytical findings specially in following five areas  i) Institutional capability (sustainability issues), ii) Livelihoods resources (assets/wellbeing), iii) Livelihoods Strategy (trend/pressures); iv) Livelihoods issues (trends, seasonality and shocks) and v) Good governance and social inclusion (equity, inclusion and transparency).

The document further shed light on WWF’s inputs, investment, community leveraging and role sharing, their logical linkages, community observed changes in issues, trends, resources and their perceptions on human wildlife conflict etc. The study also outlined some findings with tangible evidences and area to be considered in future.

Putting the issues together; a case study analysis on Conservation and Livelihoods Linkages in Khata Corridor, Bardia, Nepal
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