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Year: 2018
This report demonstrates the utility of this approach by using the Nepal data to rank the relative poverty of the 23 surveyed districts and across these districts
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Year: 2015
Approximately 211 million people live in the Hindu Kush–Himalaya region
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Year: 2014
Himalayan communities live in marginal environments
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Year: 2014
This publication describes the development and application of ICIMOD’s Poverty and Vulnerability Assessment, a household survey tool designed to capture key elements of poverty, vulnerability, and adaptive capacity in mountain contexts for the Hindu Kush Himalayan region
Year: 2012
Cohesive information is lacking when it comes to the socioeconomic status of more than 210 million people residing in the greater Himalayan region
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Year: 2011
Environmental migration is not a new phenomenon
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Year: 2011
This study investigates the effects of climate and socioeconomic change on the livelihoods of mountain people in the Hindu-Kush Himalayan (HKH) region, causes of vulnerability, and the ways people's cope with and adapt to change, with the overall aim of contributing to enhancing the resilience of vulnerable mountain communities
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Year: 2011
Around 211 million people reside in the greater Himalayan region, but there is a lack of cohesive information on their socioeconomic status
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Year: 2010
Mountain value chains are influenced by a set of mountain specificities which provide comparative advantages, but also present challenges that can prevent mountain people from benefiting adequately from their resources
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Year: 2010
Migration is a traditional phenomenon in the western Hindu Kush-Himalayas, but has increased considerably in recent years in response to global changes
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