Interlink of Road: Opposite Dimensions of Social and Environmental Impacts in Mountain Region


Authors : Dr Shukra Raj Adhikari

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 7 - July

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20JUL075

Road infrastructures play an important role in the overall development of rural areas. The intervention of transport infrastructures has wide potential to reach and enhance that sector of the rural population. Thus this article is focused to find out the influence of road in interaction patterns, service delivery, indigenous practices, and the environment in the mountain regions. For this, the information is carried out through comprehensive fieldwork of Jomsom rural municipality of Mustang district which represents the high mountain region of Nepal. This article is based on a qualitative research approach. Primary data are collected by the case study method. Secondary data are collected from previous literature through the content analysis. The content analysis method is used to analyze both primary and secondary data. Road transportation is the breakthrough for women enhancement, community participation, social interaction, and service delivery. But environmental challenges and degradation in the mountain regions.

Keywords : Community, environment, interaction, road, service delivery

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