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Study on Current Status, International Cooperation, Development Strategy of Forestry and Best Practices of Forest Management in Greater Central Asia
25 Feb 2020     

PROJECT TITLE

Study on Current Status, International Cooperation, Development Strategy of Forestry and Best Practices of Forest Management in Greater Central Asia

 

EXECUTING AGENCY

Asia-Pacific Network for Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation (APFNet)

 

ECONOMIES DIRECTLY BENEFITED

China, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan

 

DURATION

  1. months, January 2016 to October 2017

 

GOAL

To provide essential information for forest development in the Greater Central Asia for assisting forestry policy making in the framework of Belt & Road Initiative.

 

OBJECTIVES

  1. To review the current state of forests and forestry in the Greater Central Asia;

  2. To analyse the contribution of forests to economic development in the Greater Central Asia;

  3. To summarize the forestry policy and legislation in the Greater Central Asia;

  4. To summarize best practices for sustainable forest management in the Greater Central Asia;

  5. To make a holistic review of forestry education and research, forestry projects and initiatives in the Greater Central Asia;

  6. To identify the challenges and opportunities for forestry development in the Greater Central Asia.

 

PROJECT OUTPUTS  

Output 1. Overall report on forest development in the Greater Central Asia.

Output 2. Report on forest development in China

Output 3. Report on forest development in Mongolia

Output 4. Report on forest development in Kazakhstan

Output 5. Report on forest development in Tajikistan

Output 6. Report on forest development in Uzbekistan

Output 7. Report on forest development in Turkmenistan

Output 8. Report on forest development in Kyrgyzstan

 

Activities

· Review the current state of forests and forestry in the Greater Central Asia;

· Analyse the contribution of forests to economic development in the Greater Central Asia;

· Summarize the forestry policy and legislation in the Greater Central Asia;

· Summarize best practices for sustainable forest management in the Greater Central Asia;

· Make a holistic review of forestry education and research, forestry projects and initiatives in the Greater Central Asia;

· Identify the challenges and opportunities for forestry development in the Greater Central Asia.

 

Download

Report of KAZAKHSTAN.pdf

Overall report in English.pdf

Report of KYRGYZSTAN.pdf

Report of MONGOLIA.pdf

Report of TURKMENISTAN.pdf

Report of UZBEKISTAN.pdf

Report of TAJIKISTAN.pdf