|Town/Region||Royal Bardia National Park|
|Date||7 Dec 2005|
Royal Bardia National Park (968 km²) is one of the well reputed parks for its unique biodiversity. The 327 km² area around the periphery of Royal Bardia National Park that extend in 17 Village Development Committees (VDCs) of Banke, Bardia, and Surkhet districts has been declared as Buffer Zone.
The general objective of this study is to assess the accumulated contribution of the buffer zone program on conservation practices and in improving local livelihoods in the buffer zone of Royal Bardia National Park, Nepal.
The specific objectives of this study are:
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