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Kaushal Shrestha and Lorina Sthapit, IFAD Nepal
Leasehold forestry (LF) is a unique property rights regime that enables poor and food insecure households to gain access to degraded forestland on a 40-year renewable lease, and thereby generate income from forest products, livestock, and ecosystem services. The programme first began in 1992 with the IFAD funded Hills Leasehold Forestry...
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Real Business Women – Business Literacy, HVAP Jumla
Lorina Sthapit and Kaushal Shrestha, IFAD Nepal
“My husband says we have 300 apple trees. I have no choice but to believe him since I don’t know how to count,” said Mayadevi Rawat, a member of Kalika Vegetable and Fruits Production Group in Umghat VDC of Jumla District.
Like Mayadevi, most women farmers of Umghat...
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