Forest governance is now recognized as a critical factor for effective resource management and enhancing livelihood outcomes. This paper recognizes the need for having learning element in the governing process, for which there has to be a continuous monitoring process in place. Based on recent studies, the current monitoring system at different layers in Nepal’s community forestry is reviewed, and opportunities for improved micro-macro linkages and forest governance are identified.
Topic: learning, monitoring, community forestry, governance, resource management
Publication Year: 2003
Source: Journal of Forests and Livelihoods 2(2): 23-34