By Bhaskar Vira, Roger Jeffery (eds.)
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At one time, they actively participated in a government scheme providing land to individuals; another time they passively participated – called (disrespectfully) freeriding by some economists – in a scheme announced by a political party, but were considered as non-participants in the Forest Department’s efforts to conserve forests and evicted from parts of their land. K. within wider social processes in the case study area of Chittar as well as Kerala in general. This is to understand the political and historical dynamics of ‘participation’ – as an input into the discussion of present efforts.
Schemes within their respective areas of responsibility’. The intention is that 35–40 per cent of the Five-Year Plan’s outlays consist of schemes formulated and implemented from below (Isaac and Harilal 1997: 53). The mass campaign seeks the participation of the people in each of the 1,000 or so panchayats in Kerala to assess resources, identify needs and develop ideas for development. As a first step, each panchayat published its own (and first) development report. For the present study, three such reports from panchayats along the forest fringe were analysed.
In the words of a World Bank staff member: Kerala is one of the few states in India where the Forest Department has developed a vision statement in consultation with non-governmental organisations (NGOs), community leaders, and other stakeholders. The vision statement is intended to enable the Forest Department to manage the sustainable development of forests in Kerala in a participative, people-centered way that ensures optimum land use; conserves the fragile ecosystem and protects the natural forests; meets the needs of forest communities and the needs of industries based on forest products.
Analytical Issues in Participatory Natural Resource Management by Bhaskar Vira, Roger Jeffery (eds.)