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Title: Application and Use of Social Analysis System2 (SAS2 ) in Nepal
Authors: Regmi, Bimal Raj
Paudel, Bikash
Paudel, Diwakar
Basnet, Arjun
Shrestha, Pratap K.
Keywords: PARTICIPATORY SOCIAL ANALYSIS
SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE
INCLUSION ISSUES
ANALYZING SOCIAL CONTEXT
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Publication and Documentation Unit, Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research and Development, Gairapatan
Abstract: Social Analysis System (SAS2) tools and techniques helped in generating scientific knowledge by applying it in 42 different cases in 12 different disciplines which includes community biodiversity management, preference analysis, community forestry management, social network analysis, access and benefit sharing mechanism and project monitoring. It further helped in providing policy level input in leasehold forestry and methodological input in seed release system. SAS project was successful in building the pool of human resources trained in application of SAS tools and techniques of 6 non-governmental organizations. Besides, more than 556 individuals of 35 community based organizations, farmers group, NGOs and INGOs including government officials received training on various SAS tools.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/43603
Project Number: 102600
Project Title: Social Analysis Systems - Phase II
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