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Enhancing Capacities for Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management for Sustainable Livelihoods in Agriculture Sector - Project Findings and Recommendations The project is the follow-up of the previous FAO-UNDP joint project entitled UNJP/NEP/005/UNJ. Since the previous project was for short period (January 2010 to December 2011), it was realized that concrete recommendations...
FAO, (2013)
CHILD-CENTRED RISK ASSESSMENT - Regional Synthesis of UNICEF Assessments in Asia Disaster risk is a function of hazard, vulnerability, exposure and capacity. It is time and place-specific, leading to potential losses in lives, health status, livelihoods, assets and services. Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) is a systematic approach ...
UNICEF ROSA, (2014)
Rapid Situation and Response Assessment of Drugs and HIV in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka Injecting drug use (opioids and pharmaceuticals) and HIV associated with injecting drug users (IDUs), has diffused rapidly in the South Asian region. Further, the sexual transmission of HIV from the IDUs to their non-injecting sexual partners has bee...
UNODC, (2008)
Harmful Practices in Nepal: Report on Community Perception Harmful practices can be defined as persistent behaviours that discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, age, caste/ethnicity, language, religion, amongst others. They leave women and people from excluded groups at risk of violence, poorer physical a...
UN, (2020)
Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium: Progress Update The forum entitled Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction in Asia “Moving Faster from Policy to Practice” was attended by representatives from the Nepalese Government, representatives of eleven other Asian countries,representatives of six donor countr...
GoN, UN, (2011)
Effective Law and Regulation for Disaster Risk Reduction: A Multi-Country Report Today, it is well accepted that the actions and decisions of individuals, communities and nations make a significant difference as to whether or not a natural hazard turns into a disaster. Choices made with the aim of reducing the human impact of nat...
UNDP, (2014)
District Disaster Risk Management Plan (DDRMP)- Arghakhanchi District Floods, landslides, droughts and other weather and climate-induced hazards are almost regular phenomena in Nepal. High socio-economic vulnerability of local communities and sectors – remote, rural, rugged and fragile geophysical environment mixing wi...
GoN, FAO, (2011)
Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium (NRRC) Concept Notes Flagship II Emergency Preparedness and Response Capacity In May 2009, the Government of Nepal launched the comprehensive Nepal Disaster Risk Reduction Consortium (NRRC). The NRRC is a globally unique institutional arrangement, which brings together financial institutions, development partners, the Red Cros...
GoN, UN, (2012)
Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium Terms of Reference of the Flagship 5 Advisory Committee The Nepal Risk Reduction Consortium (NRRC) was officially launched in 2011. It is a unique arrangement that unites the Government of Nepal, the international financial institutions development partners and donors, the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movem...
UN, (2014)
CONTINGENCY PLAN Nepal: Monsoon flooding and landslides June 2017 Every year, during the monsoon period of June to September, communities in the Terai and Hill areas of Nepal are exposed to increased levels of flood and landslide risk. Such risks can lead to immediate humanitarian suffering; they can exacerbate ...
CFP-UNRCO, (2017)
Help Support Vitamin "A" distribution! Help Save Children's Lives! Vitamin A is essential to keep our body healthy and immune system strong. Vitamin A deficiency in children increases the risk of serious infections and can result in the death. In order to protect children from the il effects arising from vitamin A...
UNICEF, (2007)