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Institutional capacity on forest tenure in Viet Nam: Status, gaps and way forward










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    Institutional capacity on forest tenure in Cambodia, Nepal and Viet Nam: Status, gaps and way forward 2016
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    Overall it was found that institutional capacity for strengthening forest tenure for forest dependent communities exists, but significant gaps were identified in all countries and all types of organizations. All three countries need to strengthen dialogue and cooperation between the different actors to identify measures and activities that will have direct livelihood improvement benefits and increase the income of forest dependent communities. All three countries need to increase their capacity to manage conflict and grievances over forest tenure rights, including their ability to recognize and analyse conflict, develop platforms for dialogue and negotiations, and increase their capacity to manage conflicts collaboratively. They also need to explore developing an integrated and strategic approach to strengthening the capacity of institutions is needed to address the gaps. This can be achieved by dedicating sufficient resources, coordinated and continued development of capacity building products and services, and integrating capacity building as a main element in forest tenure activities of government organizations and civil society organizations.
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    Institutional capacity onforest tenure in Cambodia: Status, gaps and way forward 2016
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    Institutional capacity of government agencies, and civil society organizations to support forest tenure reform exists but is insufficient. This puts at risk the livelihood and income benefits forest dependent communities could get from forestry, especially because of the long and tedious processes to acquire tenure rights, the weak support for gaining market access and other economic benefits for the forest dependent communities, the relatively weak coordination across sectors and with the priva te sector, and the high incidence of forest conflict. All stakeholders need to continuously improve their capacity for forest tenure reform to be successful. An integrated and strategic approach to strengthening the capacity of institutions is needed to address the gaps. This can be achieved by dedicating sufficient resources, coordinated and continued development of capacity building products and services.
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    Institutional Capacity on Forest Tenure in Nepal: Status, Gaps and Way Forward 2016
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    Institutional capacity for strengthening forest tenure for forest dependent communities exists, but is insufficient to guarantee the existing potential for improved livelihoods and income. For government organizations the main capacity gaps are in the areas of managing conflict and grievance, engaging and holding accountable the private sector, and in responding to climate change and emergencies. Strengthening the capacity across all actors to establish forest based enterprises and engage with t he private sector will go a long way in contributing to improved livelihoods and income for forest dependent communities. An integrated and strategic approach to strengthening the capacity of institutions is needed, which can be achieved by dedicating sufficient resources, coordinated and continued development of capacity building products and services.

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