International Journal of Social Forestry



Editions & Contents

  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
OF SOCIAL FORESTRY


VOLUME 5, NUMBER 2, DEC. 2012


ISSN 1979-2611
Homepage: www.ijsf.org
Publisher: CSF

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Contents

Identifying International Forest-Related Issues in Indonesia based on Actors’ Statements in Public and Expert Deliberations (1-30) [PDF, 349 kb]
Agung Wibowo and Lukas Giessen

Economic Motivation of Farming Practices and Their Potential Impact on the Forest Ecosystem: A Case Study In Sungai Wain Protection Forest (SWPF), Indonesia (31-46) [PDF, 665 kb]
Rujehan, Deddy Hadriyanto and Adi Supriadi

SWOT Analysis for the Application of Biodrainage Technology to Phytoremediate Water Logged Sites (47-59) [PDF, 212 kb]
Kumud Dubey

Impacts and Implications of the Forest Land Use Changes on the Customary Land Tenure and Livelihood Sources of the Local People: A Case Study in Tering Customary Land Area, Kutai Barat District, East Kalimantan, Indonesia (60-83) [PDF, 629 kb]
Gaudentius Simon Devung

Optimising Training Opportunities for Social Forestry Specialists (84-92) [PDF, 307 kb]
Ivan Gyozo Somlai








  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
OF SOCIAL FORESTRY


VOLUME 5, NUMBER 1, JUNE 2012


ISSN 1979-2611
Homepage: www.ijsf.org
Publisher: CSF

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Contents

Exploring Family Forest Landowner Diversity: Place, Race, and Gender in Alabama, United States (1-21) [PDF, 288 kb]
John Schelhas, Yaoqi Zhang, Robert Zabawa, and Bin Zheng

Gender Role in Home Garden Management in the Indigenous Community: A Case Study in Bandarban Hill District, Bangladesh (22-37) [PDF, 234 kb]
Sharmila Das and Md. Mohiuddin

People’s Participation in Participatory Forest Management in the Sal Forests of Bangladesh: An Explorative Study (38-56) [PDF, 292 kb]
Panchanon Kumar Dhali, Jurgen Pretzsch, Klaus Romisch, Abdus Subhan Mollick

Local Knowledge and Tree Species Preference for Land Rehabilitation in Kenya (56-83) [PDF, 616 kb]
Edinam K. Glover

The Economic Value of Forest Hydrological Services: A Case Study at Bukit Suligi Protected Forest, the Upper Part Of Siak Watershed, Riau (84-98) [PDF, 417 kb]
Mamat Rahmat, Sofyan P. Warsito, Wahyu Andayani , Dwidjono H. Darwanto, And Takahiro Fujiwara






  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
OF SOCIAL FORESTRY


VOLUME 4, NUMBER 2, DEC. 2011


ISSN 1979-2611
Homepage: www.ijsf.org
Publisher: CSF

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Contents

Overcoming Vulnerability of Privately Owned Small-Scale Forest through Collective Management Unit Establishment: A Case Study of Gunung Kidul District, Yogyakarta in Indonesia (113-138) [PDF, 402 kb]
Takahiro Fujiwara, San Afri Awang, Wahyu Tri Widayanti, Ratih Madya Septiana, Himmah Bariatul, Mamat Rahmat, Agus Suyanto, Noriko Sato

Is Community Forestry Decreasing the Inequality Among Its Users? Study on Impact of Community Forestry on Income Distribution among Different Users Groups in Nepal (139-152) [PDF, 448 kb]
Badri Khanal

Confronting People-Oriented Forest Management Realities in Bangladesh: An Analysis of Actors’ Perspective (153-179) [PDF, 366 kb]
K.K. Islam, Hyakumura Kimihiko, Fujiwara Takahiro, Noriko Sato

Agroforests’ Potentials for the Improvement of the Livelihoods and Food Security in Guinean Highland Savannah (180-196) [PDF, 342 kb]
Pierre Marie Mapongmetsem, Claudette Baye-Niwah, Moksia Froumsia, Cecile Flore Kossebe, and Yougouda Hamawa

A Case Study on the Garo Ethnic People of the Sal (Shorea Robusta) Forests in Bangladesh (197-211) [PDF, 501 kb]
Nur Muhammed, Sheeladitya Chakma, Md. Farhad Hossain Masum, Md. Mohitul Hossain, And Gerhard Oesten




  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
OF SOCIAL FORESTRY


VOLUME 4, NUMBER 1, JUNE 2011


ISSN 1979-2611
Homepage: www.ijsf.org
Publisher: CSF

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Contents

Increasing Women Access to Financial Resources Through Micro-Credit of Nepal's Community Forestry (1-16) [PDF, 303 kb]
Ridish K. Pokharel, Achyut R. Gyawali, Ram L. Yadav, Krishna R. Tiwari

Toward Communication, Education and Awareness Raising for Participatory Forest Management: A Case Study of Mufindi District, Tanzania (17-31) [PDF, 666 kb]
Manyisye K. Mpokigwa, Anthony Z. Sangeda, Said Iddi


Natural Forest Reserves Management From Local Perspectives: A Challenge for Developing a Participatory Forest Management Model (32-62) [PDF, 404 kb]
Amani Abdel Rahim Kobbail

An Overview of Policy and Institutional Frameworks Impacting the Use of Non Timber Forest Products in Central Africa (63-85) [PDF, 295 kb]
Ngome-Tata Precillia Ijang, Sven Walter, Ngueguim Jules. R

The Role of Boswellia and Commiphora Species in Rural Livelihood Security and Climate Change Adaptation in the Horn of Africa: Case Study of North- Eastern Kenya (86-112) [PDF, 477 kb]
Badal Ahmed Hassan, Edinam K. Glover, Olavi Luukkanen, Ben Chikamai, Ramni Jamnadass, Miyuki Iiyama, Markku Kanninen




  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
OF SOCIAL FORESTRY


VOLUME 3, NUMBER 2, DEC. 2010


ISSN 1979-2611
Homepage: www.ijsf.org
Publisher: CSF

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Contents

Status of Joint Forest Management in India: Socio-Economic Determinants of Forest Participation in a Dynamic Optimization Setting (81-100) [PDF, 344 kb]
Soumyendra Kishore Datta and Krishanu Sarkar

Collaborative Management for Sustainable Development of Natural Forests in Sudan: Case Study of Elrawashda and Elain Natural Forests Reserves (101-133) [PDF, 334 kb]
Amani Abdel Rahim Kobbail

Gender Equity Under the Modified Taungya System (MTS): A Case of the Bechem Forest District of Ghana (134-150) [PDF, 326 kb]
S. Abugre, A.I. Asare and J.A. Anaba

Empowering Women’s Capacity for Improved Livelihoods in Non-Timber Forest Product Trade in Cameroon (151-163) [PDF, 328 kb]
Abdon Awono, Ousseynou Ndoye and Luke Preece

Land Use Activities among Forest Environments’ Dwellers in Edo State, Nigeria: Implications for Livelihood and Sustainable Forest Management? (164- 187) [PDF, 420 kb]
I.O. Azeez, O.S. Ikponmwonba, Labode Popoola and T.O. Amusa




  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
OF SOCIAL FORESTRY


VOLUME 3, NUMBER 1, JUNE 2010


ISSN 1979-2611
Homepage: www.ijsf.org
Publisher: CSF

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Contents

Assessment of the Impact of Democratic Rule on Some Aspects of Forest Resources Management in Ondo State, Nigeria (1-16) [PDF, 317 kb]
Adesoji Gideon Adedayo and Matthew Banji Oyun

Using Gini Coefficient for Analysing Distribution of Community Forests in Nepal by Development and Ecological Regions (17-27) [PDF, 200 kb]
Anuja Raj Sharma

Eating From the Wild: Indigenous Knowledge on Wild Edible Plants in Parroha VDC of Rupandehi District, Central Nepal (28-48) [PDF, 311 kb]
Kamal Prasad Acharya and Rajendra Acharya

Assessment of Some Other Traditional Uses of Accepted Agroforestry Fuelwood Species in Akinyele and Ido Local Government Areas, Oyo State, Nigeria (49-65) [PDF, 279 kb]
A.A. Erakhrumen, O.Y. Ogunsanwo, and O.I. Ajewole

Can the Rain Forests of Nigeria Sustain Trade in Medicinal Plants? (66-80) [PDF, 227 kb]
Gbadebo J. Osemeobo




  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
OF SOCIAL FORESTRY


VOLUME 2, NUMBER 2, DEC. 2009


ISSN 1979-2611
Homepage: www.ijsf.org
Publisher: CSF

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Contents

Equity and Livelihoods in Nepal’s Community Forestry (101-122) [PDF, 532 kb]
Ambika P. Gautam

An Institutional Model to Explain Utilisation Problem of Community Forest Products (123-148) [PDF, 312 kb]
Bhubaneswor Dhakal and Binod Bhatta

Evolution of Forest Policies in Bangladesh: A Critical Analysis (149-166) [PDF, 409 kb]
Mahbububul Alam

Forest Fringe Communities’ Perspective on the Socio-Economic and Land Use Impacts of Granting Timber Rights: Case Study of Ghana (167-184) [PDF, 1.1 Mb]
Eric Lartey

Changes in Communities’ Land-Use Patterns and Forest Concessionaires: A Study in East Kalimantan (185-208) [PDF, 684 kb]
Eli Nur Nirmala Sari




  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
OF SOCIAL FORESTRY


VOLUME 2, NUMBER 1, JUNE 2009


ISSN 1979-2611
Homepage: www.ijsf.org
Publisher: CSF

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Contents

New Niches of Community Rights to Forests in Cameroon: Tenure Reform, Decentralization Category or Something Else? (1-23) [PDF, 548 kb]
Phil René Oyono

Community Based Management of a Protected Area: The Case of GEPRENAF in Burkina Faso (24-42) [PDF, 225 kb]
Elena Vallino

The Institutional Sphere of Coffee Forest Management in Ethiopia: Local Level Findings From Koma Forest, Kaffa Zone (43-66) [PDF, 256 kb]
Till Stellmacher and Peter P. Mollinga

The Potential of Irvingia Gabonensis: Can It Contribute to the Improvement of the Livelihoods of Producers in Southern Cameroon? (67-85) [PDF, 514 kb]
A. Awono, A. Djouguep, L. Zapfack, and O. Ndoye

Impact of Incentives in the Development of Social Forestry: A Case of the Matengo Highlands in Tanzania (86-100) [PDF, 271 kb]
Christopher P.I. Mahonge



  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
OF SOCIAL FORESTRY


VOLUME 1, NUMBER 2, DEC. 2008


ISSN 1979-2611
Homepage: www.ijsf.org
Publisher: CSF

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Contents

Strengthening Local Forest Governance: Lessons on the Policy-Practice Linkage From Two Programs to Support Community Forestry in Asia (96-122) [PDF, 1,7 Mb]
Rowena Soriaga and Sango Mahanty

Household Characteristics and Dependency on Community Forests in Terai of Nepal (123-144) {PDF, 564 kb]
Indra Prasad Sapkota and Per Christer Odén

Understanding Local Communities’ Perceptions of Existing Forest Management Regimes of A Kenyan Rainforest? (145-166) [PDF, 241 kb]
Paul M. Guthiga

The History of Social Forestry in Pakistan: An Overview (167-183) [PDF, 174 kb]
Mirza B. Baig, Shabbir Ahmad, Nowshad Khan, Imtiaz Ahmad and Gary S. Straquadine

Proshika: Marginalized Peoples' Participation in Rural Afforestation in Bangladesh (184-193) [PDF, 127 kb]
Montosh Kumar Das



  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
OF SOCIAL FORESTRY


VOLUME 1, NUMBER 1, JUNE 2008


ISSN 1979-2611
Homepage: www.ijsf.org
Publisher: CSF

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Contents

Dynamics of Devolution Process in the Management of the Philippine
Forests
(1-26) [PDF, 273 kb]
Juan M. Pulhin and Makoto Inoue

Forest Governance and Community Based Forest Management in Sri Lanka: Past, Present and Future Perspectives (27-49) [PDF, 206 kb]
Mangala de Zoysa and Makoto Inoue

Community Forestry Policy and Its Economic Implications: An Experience from
Nepal
(50-60) [PDF, 121 kb]
Keshav Raj Kanel and Ganga Ram Dahal

Tradition and the Influence of Monetary Economy in Swidden Agriculture among the Kenyah People of East Kalimantan, Indonesia (61-82) [PDF, 422 kb]
Ndan Imang, Makoto Inoue, Mustofa Agung Sardjono

Identifying Stakeholders: Approach to Social Forestry Conflicts (83-95) [PDF, 139 kb]
Ivan Gyozo Somlai