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Consultations with members of parliament on disaster risk reduction and management in Nepal

The consultations held by International Organization for Migration, with financial support from USAID/OFDA, are part of the project “Technical Support to Government of Nepal to Implement the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Act”.This project was formulated in June 2018 with an aim to...

Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) implementation in Nepal: A Pathway towards Climate...

This paper mainly focuses on reviewing the progress made in implementing the Nationally Determined Contribution of Nepal with a special focus on three sectors: energy, transport & industry. Other relevant policies and strategies related to these sectors, that have the potential to contribute to...

Climate services to build resilient communities in the Hindu Kush Himalaya

Climate services involve the production, translation, transfer, and use of past, present, and future climate data and information to support climate-informed planning, policy, and practice in key sectors. These services are an essential component of a country’s efforts to address climate- related...

Needs and Capacity Assessment of Fourteen Rural and Urban Municipalities on Disaster Risk...

Nepal’s 2015 constitution set the course for a major shift of power from the Federal to the Provincial and Municipal levels of government. The constitution places the responsibility for ‘Disaster Management’ with local government. The Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (DRRM) Act, 2017 and...

Budget governance for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation under Nepal's new...

Floods affect more people globally than any other type of natural hazard, with over 734 million people affected in the last ten years (IFRC, 2018). With climate change, flood impacts on countries and communities are projected to increase. Nepal is exposed to a multitude of natural and...

What Nepal can teach the world about resilience

This case study from communities in Nepal shows that it’s possible for even those with limited resources to better equip themselves to face flood risks – helped by committed individuals and Zurich’s flood resilience alliance.

Voices from Karnali, Nepal

When monsoon rains caused the Karnali river to burst its banks in July 2014, communities along the length of the river were forced to flee. While many made it to safety, numerous people lost assets, their livelihoods were interrupted, and property was damaged. This case study shows how...

Nepal in the Monsoon – tragedy tinged with hope

This case study gives an overview of floods in Karnali, Nepal, in 2014, how the early warning systems in place were able to save lives, and what we learnt from this event that has since been incorporated in the work of Practical Action and the Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance.

Community Based Flood Early Warning System Resource Manual

The Hindu Kush Himalayas (HKH) make up one of the most dynamic and complex mountain systems in the world. The region is known to be extremely fragile and prone to natural hazards, which are exacerbated by climate change. It is believed that climate change and other drivers of change have been...

Nepal Disaster Report 2019

The Nepal Disaster Report, 2019 tries to comprehensively map the events, activities and programs carried out by the government, non government sectors and other humanitarian partner during the years, 2017 and 2018. This report presents a brief background on different risk of hazards along with...

Flood Resilience Alliance-Nepal Country Briefing

This is a country briefing document of Flood Resilience Programme being implemented by Zurich Flood Resilience Alliance in Nepal.This five year programme aims to improve planning and investment practices across disaster risk reduction and resilience building efforts in Nepal. Practical Action,...

Key Learnings and Recommendations for creating Local Disaster and Climate Resilience Plans

Nepal has recently transitioned to a federalist structure with seven provinces and 753 municipalities covering urban and rural areas. Local governments now hold significant responsibility for decision-making and service delivery. In this context, municipalities also have the authority and...

Trees and Bees: Improving livelihoods and adapting to climate change with women leadership

This field story from RECOFTC Nepal explains how women community leaders in Sarlahi, Nepal have diversified their income through agroforestry initiatives. Their efforts have increased their livelihoods and are now being replicated in neighboring districts.

Fighting floods our way: Women in Sharlahi unite to protect their community

This field story/learning from RECOFTC Nepal entails how women groups in Sharlahi,Nepal are taking the lead in fighting Nepal's floods by using their traditional knowledge to construct barriers. The results have significantly reduced flood damage in the area's communities.

Disaster Risk Reduction in Nepal- Status Report 2019

The Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) report provides a snapshot of the latest DRR progress Nepal has achieved under the four priorities of the Sendai Framework. It also highlights some of the key challenges surrounding the issue of creating coherence among the key global frameworks at the country...

शब्दावली

तल प्रस्तुत गरिएका परिभाषाहरूले एफ.आर.एम.सी (Flood Resilience Measurement for Communities) मा यी शब्दहरू कसरी प्रयोग गरिन्छन् भन्ने देखाउँछन्। यु.एन.आई.एस.डी.आर शब्दावली सहित विभिन्न स्रोतबाट जुरिच बाढी उत्थानशीलताका साझेदार संस्थाहरूद्वारा तयार पारिएका परिभाषा याहाँ प्रस्तुत गरिएका छन्।

The Enabling Environment for Disaster Risk Financing in Nepal: Country Diagnostics Assessment

This country diagnostic assessment seeks to strengthen financial preparedness for disasters in Nepal, focusing on insurance and other risk transfer instruments. It explores the current application of disaster risk financing solutions by the government, businesses, and individual households;...

राष्ट्रिय जलवायु परिवर्तन नीति, २०७६

विगत केही दशक यता वायुमण्डलीय तापक्रममा भएको तिब्रतर वृद्धि र त्यसबाट सिर्जित अतिवृस्टि, अनावृस्टि, खडेरीजस्ता जलवायुजन्य प्रकोपहरुबाट नेपालका हिमशृंखला र हिमनदीहरू एवं तिनीहरुमा आश्रित पारिस्थितिक प्रणालीहरुमा प्रतिकुल प्रभाव परिरहेको छ। तीव्र गतिमा हिमगलन हुदै जानाले हिमतालहरूको आकार...

The 2017 Nepal flood response: resources beyond international humanitarian assistance

This case study contributes to HPG’s research on ‘non-traditional’ sources of assistance in crises. The project tests the hypothesis that international humanitarian assistance, while often the most visible source of help, is not always the most significant to people affected by crisis, either in...

The governance of Nepal's flood early warning system: opportunities under federalism

This working paper looks at the institutional mechanisms for assessing, monitoring, communicating and responding to flood risk information and warnings across three river basins in eastern and western Nepal, and identifies opportunities for enhancing these services under the new federal structure.

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