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Environmental degradation and poverty are inseparably linked in a vicious and negative cycle. The physical environment is closely linked with conditions in the watersheds of Nepal's river systems...

Abstract: In Nepal, water is often associated with disaster of landslides and floods destroy farms, even entire village, displacing hundreds of people from their place of origin....

Wild plants and edible fungi are the potential resource of the Non Wood Forest Products (NWFP) that provides rural poor people with food and cash during the lean agricultural farming season...

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Monday, 27 January 2014

WWF, Nepal government and other agencies recently received a three-year grant from the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) to address the central Churia range’s problems related to degraded land—usually land that is poorly managed, or...

 

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