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Gender and Community Forests in a Changing Landscape: Lessons from Ban Thung Yao, Thailand

Gender and Community Forests in a Changing Landscape: Lessons from Ban Thung Yao, Thailand
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Contributors: Upadhyay, Bhawana, Arpornsilp, Ratchada, Soontornwong, Somying
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This study analyzes men’s and women’s specific roles, responsibilities and rights by identifying the levels of participation in using, managing and governing forests and forest resources, in the context of a community forest in Ban Thung Yao village of Northern Thailand. The study highlights gender differential roles, responsibilities, traditional knowledge and wisdom in community forestry, and its influence on resource use and management.

Author(s): Upadhyay, Bhawana , Arpornsilp, Ratchada , Soontornwong, Somying

Publication Date: 2013

Location: Ban Thung Yao, Thailand

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