Department of Forest, Dhanusha and Mithila Wildlife Trust, Nepal together started Community Interaction Programme in buffer zone of Dhanushadham Protected Forest. The Programme has been started from Dharampur village and will be end at Nausay village.
The programme is divided in 4 parts as under;
- Community share their feedback on the programmes operated in last financial year and their expectation in current financial year.
- Dhanushadham Protected Forest Council explains the programmes and budget for current financial year.
- Mithila Wildlife Trust explains the status of wild animals of the forest, expectations from community to protect them and methods to minimize human-wildlife conflict in the buffer zone.
- All the participants including council members and MWT members roam inside forest for 1 hour to see the changes inside forest after One year of conservation.
Two programmes have been completed so far. All the valuable feedback and suggestions from community have been noted, so that, we can include them in future.
Commitments of continuous support from local community really encourage us in conservation and development of the forest.