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3. Hill sides (terrain)

Mainly degraded forest

Mainly degraded forest some relicts of Dipterocarpacea species

2.Himchari National Park

3.Inani National Park

Old Casuarina sp. and cocos nucifera L. plantation discontinued;

Good conditions in some areas

Partially Fragmented

1. The Bay of Bengal Long Beach

2.Mangrove

3.Elephant habitat

Ecologically Sensitive Areas

Mainly degraded forest some relicts of Dipterocarpacea species

1.Teknaf wildlife sanctuary

Legally/Gazetted Protected Areas

Visual observation

Information Source

Rohingya people & Locals

Locals

Reported by the DoF

Visual observation

Visual observation

M

M

M

L

Locals and Rohingya Visual people observation

Locals & Rohingya people

H

H

L

Strength of Local Rules on Resource Use? (H/M/L)

Visual observation

Locals and some of the Rohingya people

Locals and Rohingya Visual people observation

PROTECTED AREAS AND VULNERABLE SITES

Landslides possible in rainy season

Primary Users (describe groups, gender, approx. numbers)

Natural Resources Presence and and Habitats Condition (describe location, quality, quantity, status and condition)

H

M

H

H

M

H

H

M

M

M

M

M

M

L

Current Culturally Threat Level? Important? (H/M/L) (H/M/L)

M

M

M

M

M

M

L

Economic Value? (H/M/L)

MHMM

MMMM

MHMM

LHMM

HMMM

HHMM

Total Score (add row, e.g. HHML)

Profile for Zilla Haider

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