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Complete Title: 
Contribution of NTFPs (non-timber forest products) to livelihood in Upper Humla, Nepal
Non IUCN Publication



Humla is a remote and mountainous district situated in the north-west corner of Nepal, bordering with China. People in Humla or Humlis belong to the Chhetri-Thakuri, and Dalits social groups of the Indo-Aryan language group and to the Lama social group of the Tibeto-Burman language group.The main objective of the research is to assess the contribution of NTFPs to the overall livelihood of upper Humla, and to explore ways of how this contribution could be further enhanced. Research was carried out in 8 villages of Khagaalgaun and Syaandaa VDCs situated in upper Humla. Among the aims of this research was to study and to understand differences in livelihoods between the three social groups.

(Bangkok), Thailand : , 2010
Physical Description: 
ix, 174p. : ill., maps
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Includes bibliographic references. 

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Record created: 2013/09/13
Record updated: 2020/04/10