Livelihoods and good governance change monitoring a manual for community forest coordination committees

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Published by WWF Nepal in Kathmandu .

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A manual on Community and Good Governance Change Monitoring has been developed by WWF Nepal. The manual is aimed at supporting the implementation of the Community Forest Development Guidelines developed by the Department of Forests, Govt.

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