Mekong Village Level Baseline uri icon

abstract

  • This study consists of village level baseline data and other related materials generated as part of the ‘Sentinel Landscapes' initiative. The village level baseline data was collected using four survey protocols designed by the International Forest Resources and Institutions (IFRI). The data collected is used to understand the relationship between communities, local governance and forests. Four IFRI protocols were used for this purpose: (i) Forest Form (ii) Settlement Form (iii) Association Form and (iv) Product Form. The instruments facilitate the collection of political and institutional data at communal level for those communities that use those forests. In China, a total of 35 villages were surveyed between November 2014 and January 2015 namely: MengLuo, ZhuShiHe, LanTianXiaZhai, DaHuangBa, SiJjiaCun, DingJiaZhai, YangJiaZhai, DaBa, MengYeBa, ChaHe, ManSa, DaZhai, LanTianShangZhai, DingJiaShangZhai, DingJiaXiaZhai, PaXiHe, ZhangJiaWan, JiuMiao, XinZhai, Xiaofang, Manda, Manfa, Mangajian, Mankong, Manlao, Manleidai, ManLeine, Manlongdong, Manluanga, Manna, Mansaojing, Mantang, Manyingdai, Manyingne, Manyuan In Thailand, a total of 15 villages were surveyed between November 2014 and January 2015 namely: Ban Hok, Ban Krueng Tai, Ban Kwak Nuea, Ban Lo, Ban Luang, Ban Muangchoom, Ban Nern Somboon, Ban San, Ban Sri Mongkol, Ban Srivilai, Ban Tha Chareon, Ban Thakham, Ban Tong, Ban Tonplong, Ban Yai Nuea In Laos, a total of 15 villages were surveyed between November 2014 and January 2015 namely: Sienglea, Phiahuanam, Phonsa At, Napa, Namet, Thamun, Pangthong, Huaylor, Nangoua, Mang, Namtouy, Yor, Lai Gnai, Muanghom, Nalai

publication date

  • 2017