- Doctor of Philosophy (PH.D.) : Michigan State University, USA
Ph.D. Thesis: An evaluation of community forestry program in Kaski district of Nepal: A local perspective
Master’s Degree: Araneta University, Philippines
People’s participation in Social Forestry program in Batangas, Philippines;
AREA OF SPECIALIZATION: community forestry, institutional assessment, evaluation of community based program from local perspective
INTEREST AREA: institution and governance, community based forest management, gender and equity, and climate change and household level adaptive capacity
- Factors influencing the management regimes of Nepal’s community forestry
- Generating income from Nepal’s community forestry: Does timber matter?
- Development of community infrastructures through community forestry funds: what infrastructure gets priority?
- Pro-poor programs financed through Nepal’s community forestry funds: Does income matter?
- Improving the benefits to poor from community forestry: Is it the same for women?
- Scores for effective forest conservation: A village to village approach
- Nepal’s community forestry: Need of better governance
- Nepal’s community forestry funds: Do they benefit the poor?
- Common property forest management in the hill region of Nepal
- Timber forest management in Nepal and Japan Community forestry: A handing over process