Perception to Adaptation of Climate Change in Nepal: An Empirical Analysis Using Multivariate Probit Model
Evaluating the rainfall erosivity (R‑factor) from daily rainfall data: an application for assessing climate change impact on soil loss in Westrapti River basin, Nepal
DYNAMICS OF MAXIMUM SNOW COVER AREA AND SNOW LINE ALTITUDE ACROSS NEPAL (2003-2018) USING IMPROVED MODIS DATA
Climate Investment Plan for the Agriculture Sector: A Decision Support Tool for Scaling up Climate-Smart Agriculture Technologies and Practices in Gandaki Province, Nepal
Exploring Climate Adaptive Mechanisms on Watershed Management is one of the pilot projects, implemented by Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research, and Development (LIBIRD), under Climate Adaptation Design and Piloting Nepal (CADP-N) mechanism supported by UK Department for International Development (DFID) and Ministry of Environment (MOE), Government of Nepal. The main objective was to explore mechanisms for the management of Lake Watershed through mainstreaming and mobilizing local institutions in Rupa Lake Watershed in Kaski district of Nepal.
In South Asia, despite various initiatives from different organisations, there is still a lack of evidence-based examples of successful adaptation programmes, as well as comprehensive documentation of key criteria for success or reasons for failure. This review of CCA practices captures examples of good practice in CCA programming in South Asia, in order to inform Oxfam’s learning, thereby enabling it and other organisations to replicate some of these good practices in their own programmes and to advocate adequate financing and governance.