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Policy Papers & Briefs
September 2009
Global

This quick guide gives a brief over view of the challenges regarding women’s access to land, outlines what needs to be done to increase women’s access to land and provides Sida with some entr y points for supporting processes where women gain access to land

Policy Papers & Briefs
September 2009
India

Governance for Sustaining Himalayan Ecosystem (G-SHE): Guidelines and Best Practices is . This publication, which forms part of our broader climate change adaptation strategy, puts together key guidelines related to the governance and management of the Himalayan ecosystem, along with case studies.

Reports & Research
March 2009
India

This study was commissioned by the South Asia Pro-Poor Livestock Policy Programme (SAPPLPP), a joint nitiative of the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB) and the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO).

Reports & Research
March 2009
India

The  study  looks  into  the  work  of  two  organizations-  the  Foundation  for  Ecological Security (FES) and BAIF Research Foundation, towards Common Land Developmentin the two States of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.

Reports & Research
March 2009
India

Imageries of Remote Sensing (RS) satellites provide data on the temporal and spatial status  of  natural  resources.  Repetitive  coverage  helps  in  understanding  various changing  physical  processes  in  a  particular  area  as  also  in  monitoring  closely,  the changes taking place across different areas.

Journal Articles & Books
January 2009
India

The Joint Forest Management circular that took the National Forest Policy (1988) as its basis for people’s involvement in the development and protection of forests, issued more than 18 years ago, has failed in its attempt to utilise forest wealth to improve local livelihoods.

Journal Articles & Books
November 2008
India

Land is the centre of most conflicts in Northeast India because of its importance in the life of the people of the region, particularly its tribal communities. It is also the resource most under attack, in the tribal areas in particular.

This book contains studies papers conducted by a group of researchers on land alienation in different states of the Northeast in 2005-2006.

Reports & Research
August 2008
India

This is a techincal paper by Department of Land Resources, GoI. At present land records databases which are being maintained in various states are following state specific set of codes for different attributes like crop, soil, land use, irrigation, season, area unit and location.

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