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Year: 2014
Migratory livestock raising has been one of the most important livelihood options for people residing in high mountain areas and has made a significant contribution to the economy of the Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region, both in terms of supporting households and in export earnings
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Year: 2014
Page 28 Nepalese Journal of Agricultural SciencesSept
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Year: 2014
In the Hindu Kush Himalayas, climate change is threatening the livelihoods of those directly dependent on agriculture and the natural resource base
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Year: 2014
The Hindu Kush Himalayas has extremely varied social and ecological environments and often the mountainous areas of these countries have more in common with each other than with the other parts of their own countries
Year: 2014
Climate change (CC) impacts on rural farming and adaptation practices are new areas of study in the rural farming systems
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Year: 2013
The food price spikes of 2007–08 brought food security into sharp focus on the global agenda
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Year: 2013
Adaptation Learning Highways is a strategic process that fosters information and knowledge exchange between communities, scientist, and policy makers to inform the decision-making process and make it more inclusive
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Year: 2013
The guide provides essential introductory information, principals of effective practice, guidelines for action in a range of sectors and settings, case studies and links to useful tools and resources, for the application of an integrated, rights-based approach to disaster reduction and climate change adaptation
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Year: 2012
The countries of the Hindu Kush Himalayan (HKH) region produce more than 20% of all honey sold worldwide
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