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Fifteen reporters and six college lecturers attended the training on climate change adaptation that was held in the premises of College of Natural Resources in Lobeysa, Wangduephodrang, from 8 to 12 May 2014.

Kailash steering committee meets in India

ICIMOD staff receives India’s highest honor for scientist

ICIMOD Board Members and ISG Chair receive recognition

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The Kailash Sacred Landscape Conservation and Development Initiative (KSLCDI) has implemented different measures aimed at supporting local communities to handle waste and sanitation issues in Pulan County.

The steering committee of the Himalayan University Consortium (HUC) held its first meeting at the ICIMOD headquarters on 6 - 7 November 2014. The date for the meeting had been decided during the HUC annual meeting in Lanzhou in August 2014.

Media coverage

Kailash Sacred Landscape presented in France

ICIMOD staff trained in Norway

The training covered training in scoping, resource mapping, facilitation, interest-based negotiation, and relationship-management, reaching agreement, reviewing, and exploration of common partnership brokering challenges.

The G B Pant National Institute of Himalayan Environment & Sustainable Development, (GBPNIHESD), the Indian nodal organisation with support from Government of West Bengal and Sikkim, organised a day long consultative meeting on 15 May 2016 in

A training for readers of sediment measurement in selected gauging stations of the Koshi River basin in Nepal was organised by the Government of Nepal

Hindu Kush Himalayas Monitoring and Assessment Program’s (HIMAP) Coordinating Lead Authors

Strengthening Partnership on Pakistan ICIMOD Day

Minimizing flood risk through a community-based warning system on the Singara and Jiadhal rivers in Assam, India

18 April: Pakistan ICIMOD Day

My View

The ICIMOD ‘Springshed approach’ is an initiative to understand the hydrogeological perspective of springs, the current demand and supply pattern, and existing local management practices, if any, at a landscape scale to use that science and