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River Basins and Cryosphere
Online and in-person at ICIMOD, Nepal
15 December 2022 to
17 December 2022
Neera Shrestha Pradhan
Organisers: National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority (NDRRMA), Nepal; Bihar State Disaster Management Authority (BSDMA), India; Institute of Mountain Hazard and Environment (IMHE), China; and International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD)
The Koshi Disaster Risk Reduction Knowledge Hub (KDKH) annual dialogue is a platform for like-minded institutions, stakeholders, researchers, and policy makers to create and capitalise on opportunities to enhance resilience in the Koshi Basin. The annual dialogue is a flagship event for the KDKH, a member-driven platform that amalgamates the exchange of knowledge, ideas, innovations, and practices from the Koshi Basin countries – China, Nepal, and India – and beyond. The platform is also used to discuss research findings, good practices, and innovations that could bolster policies and plans for reducing multi-hazard disaster risks at a transboundary level.
Created in 2018, the hub works to strengthen transboundary collaborations that can enhance policies and plans for reducing disaster risks in the Koshi Basin. In 2021, the virtually held annual dialogue laid the foundation for initiating Koshi chapters in the basin countries and disseminating knowledge through the Transboundary Working Groups (TbWGs). In 2022, the dialogue will be centred on multi-hazard disaster risks.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE
15–17 December 2022 | ICIMOD, Kathmandu
The KDKH annual dialogue 2022 will focus on initiating discussions on and forging collaborations at the regional level for disaster risk reduction and preparedness and enhancing resilience to climate change.
Specifically, participants will seek to: