Ganga Dahal is an International expert on forest land tenure and decentralization policy with solid experience of social research, policy analysis and advocacy at national, regional and global levels. Key areas of expertise include: forest land tenure, governance, institutional structure, equity, gender, inclusiveness, and resource rights, community based resource management and livelihoods, decentralization and devolution policies, and sustainable natural resource management. PhD from the University of Reading in the United Kingdom and has worked more than a decade under the auspices of various international, bilateral and intergovernmental organizations. Ganga joined CNSUK in 2010 as a Research Fellow.
PhD in Forest Tenure Policy and Governance from the University of Reading, UK.
Forest Land Tenure Policies, Governance, Decentralization and Community Resource Management
Member, International Association for Study of Commons (IASC) Gary, USA
Member of RSDC (Rural Self Reliance Development Centre)Nepal
Member, Nepal Foresters Association (NFA)
Research Fellow- The Center for Nepal Studies- UK
Research Fellow- Charles Sturt University, Albury, Australia