Japan provides GIS tools to Nepal for forest preservation system

Japan provides GIS tools to Nepal for forest preservation system

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Kathmandu: The Japan government has provided assistance to the Nepal government for strengthening the forest preservation system in Nepal. According to a press statement released by the Japanese embassy in Kathmandu, “the Japan government would provide 53 Nissan Pickup Vehicles, fire-fighting equipment, soil conservation, restoration and analysis equipments and GIS and remote sensing software required for status analysis and conservation management of forests, amounting to approximately Rs 451, 800,000.”

GIS and remote sensing software will be utilised in the creation of ecosystem distribution maps based on the observed data. Each piece of equipment contributes to the status analysis and conservation management of forests.

Source: Myrepublica