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PEOPLE AND FORESTS - Livelihoods and Governance Results from the Hariyo Ban Program Phase I

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07 June 2017
The goal of this consultancy was to undertake a rapid assessment of the effectiveness of Hariyo Ban’s livelihood and governance activities in improving the economic wellbeing of forest-dependent people, improving participatory forest management, and reducing unsustainable pressure on biodiversity. Specific objectives were:
1. To assess the effectiveness of the Hariyo Ban livelihood approaches in improving livelihoods of community members
2. To assess linkages between the Hariyo Ban livelihood approaches and changes in forest and biodiversity condition resulting from behavior change through livelihoods
3. To assess the effectiveness of Hariyo Ban’s governance work in promoting more equitable benefit sharing and participation in forest management by women, poor, vulnerable and marginalized groups
4. To assess the effectiveness of Hariyo Ban’s governance work in improving forest and biodiversity condition through forest management
5. To provide recommendations to improve the effectiveness of livelihoods and governance work for the benefit of the human beneficiaries and for forests and biodiversity
PEOPLE AND FORESTS - Livelihoods and Governance Results from the Hariyo Ban Program Phase I
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