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Working on the interface between wildlife and communities, forests guards in Indian tiger reserves are responsible not only for the protection of forests, but also for implementing development initiatives in forest villages. Their job profile entails living in isolated environments with multiple...
Poverty, energy inequality and poor human health are interrelated issues. In India, around 625 million people do not have access to modern cooking fuels, and traditional fuels still provide 80–90% of the country’s rural energy needs. For villages in and around forest areas that are dependent on...
An increasing prevalence of non-communicable disease (NCD) risk factors in countries like India could pose a threat to the health and field capacities of forest staff. However, there is a lack of data globally about their NCD risks. Using data from preventive health checks conducted for forest...
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