Exploring Climate Adaptive Mechanisms for Waterhshed Management

Exploring Climate Adaptive Mechanisms on Watershed Management is one of the pilot projects, implemented by Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research, and Development (LI-BIRD), under Climate Adaptation Design and Piloting Nepal (CADP-N) mechanism
supported by UK Department for International Development (DFID) and Ministry of, Environment (MOE), Government of Nepal. The main objective was to explore mechanisms, for the management of Lake Watershed through mainstreaming and mobilizing local institutions in Rupa Lake Watershed in Kaski district of Nepal.

Nepal Red Cross' VCA of 46 wards (in 5 municipalities) in the Kathmandu Valley

Nepal Red Cross Society: VCA of 46 wards (in 5 municipalities)  in the Kathmandu Valley

This VCA has been completed as part of the Nepal Red Cross project Earthquake Preparedness and Safety project in the 3 districts of the Kathmandu valley. In total the programme covers 22 VDCs and 44 wards (in municipalities).

KAP survey 2013 Kathmandu valley

This Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice (KAP) survey was undertaken by “Earthquake Preparedness for Safer Communities” EPS Project implemented in Kathmandu Valley by British Red Cross and Nepal Red Cross Society.  The study covers 5 Municipalities and selected 9 VDCs / locations of the three districts of the valley.  

LDRMP analysis March 2013

Community Based DRR practioners regiserted with Flagship 4 how many Local Disaster Risk Management Planning guidelines (LDRMP) they have completed at the VDC level or are planning to complete up until 2015. See the pdf document for more details. 

Strengthening Livelihood Capacities to Disaster Risk Reduction in Nepal

This book documents the lessons learned during the project implementation in Nepal. It describes the prevailing physical, institutional and socio-economic context, and details teh activities and its interventions. This book is a compilation of initiatives and their evaluated outcomeson improved and diversified livelihood strategies, including the adoption of new income earning opportunities which has increased incomes and food security, and improved health and resilience of targeted cpommunities while reducing their exposure to prevailing and future hazards.

Early Warning Saving Lives - Establishing community based early warning systems in Nepal. Learning & Experience 2002-08

Practical Action has been working on community based EWS (early warning systems) in Nepal since 2002 - specifically on systems which give early warning of flood. As a result of its own learning, on-going community feedback, and “real time” evaluation, Practical Action has become convinced of a number of key issues.This publication summarises Practical Action’s learning in EWS and offers practical insight in to how such systems can be replicated and developed elsewhere.

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