9 resource(s) found
April, 2018
Author: Arzu Culhaci
In April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, killing over 9,000 people, destroying or badly damaging more than 800,000 homes and displacing approximately 2.8 million people. Where shocks like earthquakes cannot easily be prevented, strengthening the ability to prepare, respond and...
November, 2017
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Problems arising from water scarcity and water-induced disasters are increasing due to factors induced by climatic variability as well as anthropogenic changes. In such a situation, power inherent to social hierarchy has become a means of controlling water resources and securing access....
November, 2017
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This Farmers Resource Book is based on a series of field consultations with large cardamom growers, field observations, focus group discussions, and surveys conducted in the large cardamom farming areas of Sikkim and the Kalimpong region of West Bengal, India and Taplejung District, Nepal. ...
October, 2017
Author: Mercy Corps
CAN MARKET SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT BUILD RESILIENCE IN FRAGILE CONTEXTS? ...
September, 2017
Author: Jim Jarvie
A report to ESPA on behalf of the ACCCRN Network ...
June, 2017
This desk review of evidence on ecosystem services and resilience in urbanizing contexts in Nepal supports a scoping study being carried out by a Working Group co-created by ESPA (Ecosystems Services for Poverty ESPA/ACCCRN Nepal Country Report: Kamal Devkota and Kaustuv Raj NeupaneClimate...
April, 2017
Author: Mercy Corps
The Promoting Agriculture, Health and Alternative Livelihoods (PAHAL) program is a $37 million, five-year USAID initiative designed to achieve food security among vulnerable populations in the hill and mountain regions of Midwestern and Far West Nepal. Food insecurity in Nepal persists...
October, 2014
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This manual was created by CARE Nepal and shared at CBA8 in Kathmandu.
January, 2014
Author: David Dodman, Donald Brown
This paper presents the findings of a study that IIED undertook in partnership with Plan International on urban children’s risk and agency in four large Asian cities: Dhaka (Bangladesh), Kathmandu (Nepal), Manila (the Philippines) and Jakarta (Indonesia). The study involved focus group...