Archive for 2013

  • Pilot REDD+ project in community managed forests in three watershed regions of Nepal: Incentives for improved forest management

    Date: December 10-11, 2013 Venue: Cape Town, South Africa Organizer: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and University of Cape Town, South Africa Language: English Number of Pages: 19 Price: Free ANSAB’s Research, Planning and Communication Manager – Sudarshan Khanal presented a case study on “Pilot REDD+ project in community managed forests...

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  • Price List – November 2013

    DOWNLOAD FULL TABLE (PDF, 176 KB) All prices are in NRs/KG Products Kathmandu Nepalgunj Delhi Tanakpur Lucknow Kolkata Aduwa *** 30 *** *** *** *** Alaichi 1350 *** 1,680 1,600 1,680 1,568 Amala 95 75 99 88 96 101 Amalbed (Chulthi) 65 115 200 168 184 208 Atis 600 750 1,080 960 1,040 1,120 Barro 50† *** 18 13 18 19 Bhutkesh 108 140 360 320 336 400 Bikhjara 300 380 *** *** *** *** Bojho 70 110 160 147 160 192 Chiraito 550 600 760 656 736 760 Dalchini *** 85 136 125 133 136 Guchhichyau *** 20,000 25,600 *** *** *** Harro 60† *** 32 *** 32 35 Jatamansi* 400 350 720 656 704 768 Jhyau** *** *** 360 320 360 360 Kakrasinghi 700 700 1,280 1,216 1,312 1,440 Kutki* 775 1,150 1,600 1,520 1,632 1,680 Majitho (red) 85 95 125 109 120 125 Nirmansi (Jadwar) 6,500 7,000 8,800 *** *** *** Padamchal (rhizome) 80 85 109 96 104 120 Pakhanbed 45 40 58 50 56 64 Pipla (long) 450 500 1,200 1,136 1,240 1,248 Pipla (round) 300 *** 400 *** 400 360 Ritha 24 25 34 29 35 38 Satawari(Kurilo) 325 300-400 520 464 520 560 Satuwa (big) 3,800 3,500 3,920 4,080 4,000 *** Sikakai *** 25 35 27 32 37 Silajit* *** *** 1,472 *** 1,400 1,440 Sugandhawaal* 200 280 448 408 448 464 Sugandhakokila* *** 75 152 *** 160 160 Sutho 200 235 264 232 256 269 Tejpat 65 57 80 74 80 85 Timur 100 158 208 184 200 224 *** Price not available *Ban for export outside the country (Nepal) without processing (except Kutki) and...

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  • Vacancy Announcement: Marketing Officers (2)

    Vacancy Announcement: Marketing Officers (2)

    ANSAB along with HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation, International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Winrock International and Sustainable Technology Adaptive Research and Implementation Center, Nepal (STARIC/N) is implementing a project named “Up scaling the production and consumption of bio-energy to reduce carbon emissions and enhance local Employment...

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  • Ecosystem based Commercial Agriculture: Towards transforming conventional agriculture and forestry into climate smart, attractive and socially prestigious business in Nepal

    Ecosystem based Commercial Agriculture: Towards transforming conventional agriculture and forestry into climate smart, attractive and socially prestigious business in Nepal

    Nepal has a comparative advantage in developing sustainable agriculture; and the existence of some good practices that are scattered across the nation can be an asset to this direction. But efforts are still lacking to consolidate these good practices into a viable system of value...

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  • Economic growth and employment generation potential of forest-based industries in Nepal

    Economic growth and employment generation potential of forest-based industries in Nepal

    A recent study has shown that the forest-based industries have very high potential for economic growth and employment generation in Nepal. A national level study – Private Sector Involvement and Investment in Nepal’s Forestry: Status, Prospects and Ways Forward – conducted by ANSAB and its...

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  • Price List – October 2013

    DOWNLOAD FULL TABLE (PDF, 176 KB) All prices are in NRs/KG Products Kathmandu Nepalgunj Delhi Tanakpur Lucknow Kolkata Aduwa *** 50 *** *** *** *** Alaichi 1150 *** 1,680 1,600 1,680 1,568 Amala 105 75 96 83 96 104 Amalbed (Chulthi) 65 115 208 176 200 224 Atis 600 750 1,040 944 1,000 1,080 Barro 45† *** 19 14 19 19 Bhutkesh 108 140 360 320 336 400 Bikhjara 350 375 *** *** *** *** Bojho 70 110 168 152 160 200 Chiraito 600 600 720 640 720 680 Dalchini *** 75 115 104 120 128 Guchhichyau *** 20,000 *** *** *** *** Harro 55† *** 32 24 32 37 Jatamansi* 450 340 680 608 680 760 Jhyau** *** *** 360 320 360 360 Kakrasinghi 700 750 1,424 1,360 1,440 1,480 Kutki* 750 1000 1,264 1,160 1,200 1,360 Majitho (red) 80 100 128 109 120 128 Nirmansi (Jadwar) 6,500 6,000 8,000 *** *** *** Padamchal (rhizome) 75 85 109 96 107 120 Pakhanbed 45 40 61 51 56 67 Pipla (long) *** *** 1,360 1,280 1,360 1,344 Pipla (round) 300 *** 424 *** 416 368 Ritha 24 22 32 27 32 35 Satawari(Kurilo) 325 300-350 560 496 520 560 Satuwa (big) 3,700 3,100 3,920 4,080 *** *** Sikakai *** 22 35 27 32 38 Silajit* *** *** 1,440 *** 1,440 1,480 Sugandhawaal* 220 260 520 480 528 560 Sugandhakokila* *** 80 168 *** 192 160 Sutho 200 205 288 264 288 304 Tejpat 65 58 83 77 80 86 Timur 130 150 264 240 256 280 *** Price not available; **Ban (in Nepal) for collection, trading and export; *Ban for export outside...

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  • Energy Gardens for Small-scale Farmers in Nepal: Institutions, Species and Technology

    Starting Date: October 2013 Ending Date: May 2015 Location: Nepal Donor(s): ESRC-DFID Development Frontiers Research Fund Implementation Partner(s): University of Leeds, UK; Ethnobotanical Society of Nepal (ESON); Practical Action, Nepal; Botanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI), UK; Hassan Biofuels Park, India; and Feminist Dalit Organization (FEDO), Nepal The Nepal Energy Garden project addresses the programme...

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  • Price List – September 2013

    DOWNLOAD FULL TABLE (PDF, 220.3 KB) All prices are in NRs/KG Products Kathmandu Nepalgunj Delhi Tanakpur Lucknow Kolkata Aduwa *** 80 *** *** *** *** Alaichi 1000 *** 1,600 1,520 1,600 1,520 Amala 100 75 104 88 96 104 Amalbed (Chulthi) 65 100 208 176 200 224 Atis 600 750 960 880 960 1,000 Barro 43† *** 19 14 19 19 Bhutkesh 108 140 336 288 320 360 Bikhjara 320 400 *** *** *** *** Bojho 65 100 173 147 160 192 Chiraito 600 675 720 680 720 720 Dalchini *** 70 216 200 224 240 Guchhichyau *** 20,000 24,000 *** *** *** Harro 51† *** 35 24 35 40 Jatamansi* 425 350 736 640 720 800 Jhyau** *** *** 400 352 384 400 Kakrasinghi 700 600 1,600 1,520 1,520 1,520 Kutki* 725 975 1,240 1,200 1,280 1,320 Majitho (red) 72 100 125 112 120 125 Nirmansi (Jadwar) 6,200 5,500 6,720 *** *** *** Padamchal (rhizome) 70 85 99 88 96 109 Pakhanbed 45 40 51 48 51 56 Pipla (long) *** 850 1,200 *** 1,240 1,240 Pipla (round) 300 *** 432 400 416 384 Ritha 24 20 32 29 35 40 Satawari(Kurilo) 300 350-400 560 520 520 560 Satuwa (big) 3,700 3,500 3,440 3,520 3,520 *** Sikakai *** 25 48 38 51 51 Silajit* *** *** 1,400 *** 1,400 1,440 Sugandhawaal* 220 280 560 520 560 600 Sugandhakokila* *** 80 208 *** 208 192 Sutho 200 190 216 200 208 224 Tejpat 65 55 93 86 93 96 Timur 130 210 280 256 280 288 *** Price not available *Ban for export outside the country (Nepal) without processing (except Kutki) and...

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  • Vacancy Announcement: District Project Officer

    Vacancy Announcement: District Project Officer

    ANSAB is currently seeking a dynamic, energetic and career-oriented field-based candidate for the position of District Project Officer for its ongoing and new projects in Dolakha under the program area: Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and Climate Change (BESCC). Details of the responsibilities, essential skills and qualifications...

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  • Himalayan Bioresources: Volume 4, Issue 2

    Volume 4, Issue 2: August-September-October-November 2013 Design and setting up of a governance and payment system for Nepal’s Community Forest Management under Reduced Emission from Deforestation and Degradation (REDD): Some Findings ANSAB, International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), and Federation of Community Forest Users, Nepal (FECOFUN) implemented a...

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