This Project was carried out to explore and assessment the existing interaction between WUG and FUG in relation to its effect on integrated land and water management at the selected catchment. Assessment of the existing legal, policy and institutional frameworks for water, land and forest resources in relation to catchment level resources management was also carried out. Assessment of the incentive structures of the major institutional, community and household level stakeholders (including gender dimension) for integration of water and land resources management at the catchment level was carried out. This study was carried out in Kaski and Tanahu districts in western Nepal.
Collaborators: University of Leeds, Water Energy Commission Secratariat, HMG/Nepal
Pant, Dhruba, Sabita Thapa, Ashok Singh, Madhusudhan Bhattarai and David Molden 'Integrated Management of Water, Forest and Land Resources in Nepal: Opportunities for Improved Livelihood', CA Discussion Paper 2, 2005
Pant, Dhruba, Sabita Thapa, Ashok Singh and Madhusudhan Bhattarai, Integrated Management of Water, Forest and Land Resources in Nepal: Opportunities for Improved Livelihood, paper prepared for presentation at the World Water Forum 3, Kyoto, Japan, in March 2003
Pant, Dhruba, Madhusudan Bhattarai and David Molden, Changing Water Governance in the Context of Intersectoral Water Transfer Process: A Case of Melamchi Interbasin Water Transfer Project in Nepal, paper submitted to present at RGS-IBG Annual Conference, Royal Geographic Society, London, September 2003
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