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Collaborators This presentation has been prepared jointly by: Harisharan Luintel, Giridhar Kinhal, Sarah Gillett, Anna Lawrence, J.H. Indresh, Kamal Bhandari, Hari Raj Neupane, Krishna Paudel from: ForestAction, FRLHT and ECI.

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Methodology for planning sustainable management of medicinal plants in india and nepal

CollaboratorsThis presentation has been prepared jointly by: Harisharan Luintel, Giridhar Kinhal, Sarah Gillett, Anna Lawrence, J.H. Indresh, Kamal Bhandari, Hari Raj Neupane, Krishna Paudelfrom: ForestAction, FRLHT and ECI

Methodology for Planning Sustainable Management of Medicinal plants in India and Nepal


About the research

About the research

  • Aim to develop a widely acceptable and specific methodology for planning sustainable management of medicinal plants.

  • Combine indigenous and scientific knowledge to understand the resource and the factors affecting it.

  • Empower local communities to manage their resources more sustainable way.


Research sites

Research sites


Site in nepal

Site in Nepal


Site in india need to insert a map of study site map of india indresh please insert

Site in India(need to insert a map of study site map of India-Indresh please insert)


Early findings 1 minute

Early findings (1 minute!)

  • Research Communication and its institutionalisation is essential

  • System approach is needed

  • Local knowledge enriches forestry science making it user friendly and accessible

  • Local people are interested in scientific experimentation

  • Management and use increase with knowledge, abundance and access to resources

  • External trade of MP adversely affects traditional MP management

  • Faith in medicinal plants declining, traditional knowledge lost

  • Institutionalisation of research processes and empowerment of marginalized community members achieved through participatory action and learning.


Development value

Development Value

  • Use of medicinal plants for livelihood generation and primary health care

    • Local use - local sale

  • Building adaptive capacity of local communities respecting their innovations, values and knowledge for resource conservation

    • Inclusion of poor and marginalised

  • Develop generic method of harvesting

    • Blending scientific and traditional knowledge on NTFPs management

    • People’s empowerment and skill up gradation


Participatory research process

Participatory research process

  • We have been working with differedt stakeholders from the beginning through:

  • Planning stage (inception workshop)

  • Regular updates (meetings with minister- in India ??????)

  • Implementation of the project

  • Reflection of the project processes and learning

  • So that:

  • They feel involved, interested, consulted, valued

  • The project is relevant

  • They feel ownership of the ideas and process

This is the single most important thing to say about dissemination in a participation research project: we do not have research FOLLOWED BY dissemination, but consultation / research / uptake all happening simultaneously in a learning cycle. LINK it back in to the fundamental philosophy of ForestAction.


Dissemination strategies

Dissemination strategies

  • Ideas for project promotion developed at the Initiation Workshop, in consultation with a wide variety of stakeholders

Processes

Products

Micro Level

MesoLevel

Macro Level

International Level


Dissemination strategies1

Dissemination strategies

Products

Forest maps

Brochures

Leaflets

Posters

Technical notes

Forest OP

FUG Constitution

Manuals

Reports

Experimental Plots

Brochures

Leaflets

Technical notes

Discussion note

Web Page

Articles

Manuals

Journals

Brochures

Policy briefs

Discussion note

Web Page

Articles

Manuals

Journals

Reports

Brochures

Web Page

Articles

Manuals

MicroLevel (communities, CFUG, JFM)

Macro Level (MOFSC, DOF, academic institute, INGO, projects)

Int'l Level (Academic institute, int'l devt. agencies)

Meso Level (DFO, NGO, FECOFUN, projects)

PRA

PAL

Meetings

Assemblies

Workshops

Trainings

Research team

NTFP committee

Study tour

Field visits

Experimentation

PAC

Mass media (Radio interview)

Workshop paper presentation

Training

Joint field visits

Consultation meetings

Sharing through emails with interested

Processes


Micro level

Micro Level


Meso level

Meso Level


Macro level

Macro Level


International level

International Level


Methodology for planning sustainable management of medicinal plants in india and nepal

Micro level

Meso level

Macro level

Internat’al level

Processes

PRA / PAL

Meetings

Consultation

presentations

Sharing through emails with interested

Study tour

Field visits

Assemblies

Mass media

Training

Research team

workshops

experimentation

OP

Leaflets

Policy briefs

Discussion note

technical notes

Plots

Workshop papers

Journal articles

Maps

Posters

Web pages

Brochures, handbooks,

Products


Challenges for dissemination

Challenges for dissemination

  • Development of customized messages and products for each categories of audiences

  • Demand different professional competencies for each types of products

  • Impact of the message on the basis of the interest of the recipients

  • Disseminating the process (product is easier)


Methodology for planning sustainable management of medicinal plants in india and nepal

Photographs (we will insert it later, please send the relevant photo to put here) please refer to the CD full of photos that we left with you two weeks ago. It is best if you choose those you think will be good for the presentation.


Thank you

THANK YOU


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