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Year: 2017
The Himalayan nettle (Note 1) is a fiber yielding non-timber forest product that has cultural, economic and medicinal values to many ethnic communities residing in the hill and mountain areas of Nepal and India
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Year: 2016
Pastoralism from a temporal dimension is as old as the first human civilization; and spatially it is witnessed all across the world’s dry belt region
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Year: 2015
This working paper aims to complement the Post Disaster Need Assessment (PDNA) of the Government of Nepal by providing insights into the livelihood dimensions of the earthquake and its socioeconomic and livelihood impacts
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Year: 2015
The Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region is extremely vulnerable and prone to various types of disasters that cause widespread damage to the life and properties
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Year: 2014
The impact of climate change is disproportionately higher on women, the poor, and socially disadvantaged groups
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Year: 2014
Despite widespread gender issues in natural resource management and rural livelihoods strategies, there has been little study of how new development strategies, such as Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+), consider gender issues
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Year: 2014
This publication includes the findings of a participatory action research (PAR) carried out between 2010 and 2012 in two geographically and climatically different mountain watersheds in Mustang and Jumla districts in Nepal
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Year: 2012
This year’s theme for World Environment Day is ‘Green Economy’
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Year: 2012
The greater Himalayan region boasts a rich variety of genetic resources, species, and ecosystems of global importance
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