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Migration and Remittances

The Indian butter tree is a superb multitasker. It controls erosion, grows in poor soil, its seeds are made into butter, its flowers make a tasty honey – and it can help farmers out of poverty. That’s why it’s earned a role in value chain

IOM and ICIMOD to collaborate on labour migration and remittances in climate change adaptation in the Hindu Kush Himalayan region

Increasing migration from the hills: remittance and increased resilience

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Migration and Adaptation

Roundtable explores links between migration and adaptation

Discussing a number of lessons learnt, these series of articles argue for a holistic approach to disaster preparedness and recovery, mainly focusing on the significance of livelihoods recovery. The authors also highlight the importance of

often thought that migration remittances can boost a community’s resilience to disaster. But would that prove to be the case after the 2015 earthquake, or would the lack of youth to help with rescue and reconstruction mean that, in practice,

Express Home-based women workers keep alive traditional weaves post-Nepal quake 20 Aug 2015, Published in Nepal khabar Home-based women workers keep alive traditional weaves post-Nepal quake 20 Aug 2015, Published in daijiworld.com

Knowledge forum with David Malone: The Changing Context and Content of Aid Policy

The increased participation of women in economic activities is perceived to be a sign of empowerment. Development targets such as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and the current Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) emphasise on the

ICIMOD partnered with the Government of Nepal’s Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA) to create an online hub that streamlines information from multiple sources into a comprehensive National Disaster Relief and Recovery Information Platform (NDRRIP).

Express Home-based women workers keep alive traditional weaves post-Nepal quake 20 Aug 2015, Published in Nepal khabar Home-based women workers keep alive traditional weaves post-Nepal quake 20 Aug 2015, Published in daijiworld.com

The Himalayan region faces a greater uncertainty of earthquakes and question come to peoples’ mind on when, where, and how big. Science has not developed enough to predict earthquakes and even California in US is still struggling to develop

The training was both theoretical and practical, as participants went out into the community of Udayapur to practice their skills.

There was a time when famers had to go to the agriculture office or listen to specific programmes – like JTA Ra Budhi Amai – aired on Radio Nepal for information related to agriculture. With recent technological advances, over 500 farmers in

Sep 2015 Home-based women workers keep alive traditional weaves post-Nepal quake 20 Aug 2015 Experts stress need for collaboration to protect the natural heritage of earthquake-affected areas of Nepal 11 Aug 2015 Learning to use SERVIR

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