The degradation of forestland
ral forests. The Bangladesh Forest Department lacks the necessary personnel resources and logistics to prohibit these actions. So, as part of USAID’s ECO LIFE Activity, NACOM gave a uniform and a little stipend.
in Cox’s Bazar as a result of illegal logging, poaching, and other illegal activities is a severe concern.
Forest protection requires a holistic approach. No one of us can save a forest on our own. As a result, the Bangladesh Forest Department has deployed Community Patrol Guards(CPG) since 2005. The Link Road CPG group, on the other hand, is distinct from many other CPGs. This CPG is special in that it was formed with women. They are primarily concerned with the protection of newly created plantations and natu
They are also given priority in financing from the revolving fund established under this project.
Since the start of this ECO-LIFE activity, CPG has assisted the Bangladesh Forest Department in evicting 20 illegal houses located within the forest. CPG has also assisted the Bangladesh Forest Department in recovering about 150 acres of forest, capturing 1000 illegally logged trees, confiscating 23 tree-cutting instruments, and filing 25 legal lawsuits against 380 illegal poachers over the course of the project’s two years.
“As a volunteer service, the Link Road CPG will continue to cooperate with the Forest Department to maintain forests.” Furthermore, it is a joy for us to participate in forest protection and contribute to our nation. ” president of CPG.