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Year: 2017
Bottom-up participatory planning is an ongoing practice within and outside government planning processes in the Hindu Kush Himalaya
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Year: 2017
Management of natural resources (land, water, soil, vegetation) has multiple benefits
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Year: 2017
The need for a regional TOT was recognized over the course of multiple interactions between ICIMOD and HILIFE partners in all three countries, where linkages between ecosystems services and livelihood opportunities were discussed and potential livelihood options were mapped
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Year: 2007
Mountains are amongst the most fragile environments in the world and are a repository of biodiversity, water and other ecosystem services
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Year: 2006
The presentation described research in five areas in India, China, Nepal and Pakistan, where participation of local communities was key to sustainable watershed management
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Year: 2006
The Hindu Kush-Himalayan (HKH) mountain range is suffering in recent decades from increasing population pressure, especially in the “Middle Mountains”, where the catchments are degrading rapidly due to unsustainable land management practices
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