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    October 09, 2015
    The Multi Stakeholder Forestry Programme – Services Support Unit is recruiting a Senior Finance Officer to be based in its Cluster Coordination Office, Surkhet. Interested and eligible...
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1. Government and non-state actors jointly and effectively implementing inclusive forest sector strategies, policies and plans.

  • Multi-stakeholder National Forest Entity establishment is facilitated and functional in line with approach paper (2010) approved by National Planning
    Commission (NPC).
  • National Forest Sector Strategy and other relevant forest sector policies, plans and guidelines preparation and/or revision processes initiated by GON through multi-stakeholder approach are facilitated.
  • Government and non-state actors in multi-stakeholders structures have optimised capacity for forestry sector governance and implementation at different levels.

2. Private sector (farmers, entrepreneurs, and financial institutions) increase investment and jobs in the forestry sector.

  • Potential and constraints of private sector investment jointly identified by the private sector and other stakeholders.
  • Lasting business partnerships established between privatesector, local forestry groups, and farmers for forest-based enterprises.

3. Rural communities – especially poor, disadvantaged and climate vulnerable people and households - benefit from local forest management and other investments.

  • Local forestry groups managing and accessing more and better forest resources.
  • Local forestry groups and multi-stakeholder structures practice good governance.
  • Poor, disadvantaged and climate vulnerable households receive targeted goods and services (including finance) from local forestry groups and multi-stakeholder structures.
  • Local forestry groups implement plans and constitutions that reflect sustainability and improve climate resilience.

4. Forest and trees sustainably managed and monitored by government, communities and private sector and climate resilient.

  • Forests and ecosystem products and services restored, managed and enhanced scientifically.
  • Climate change and forestry monitoring capacity, knowledge and information management developed and applied.