Friday, July 29, 2016 1:17 PM
UPPFMPAP at a Glance   
The Uttar Pradesh Participatory Forest Management and Poverty Alleviation Project, funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency, is under implementation in the 20 forest divisions of Uttar Pradesh. It aims at restoring degraded forests, augmenting forest resources and improving livelihood...  
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Message from Chief Project Director
Forests are a boon for humanity and ecology. Since times immemorial masses and tribals dwelling on its fringes have been dependent upon them for their survival. The blind human race for progress and development without basic concern for conservation of forests has...
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Compendium of Success Stories News
Annual General Meeting & Annual Review Meeting(17th July,2014)
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