Nepal

Farmers’ rights and access and benefit sharing mechanisms in community seed banks in Nepal

Gauchan, D.; Joshi, B.K. Bhandari, B. (2018). Farmers’ rights and access and benefit sharing mechanisms in community seed banks in Nepal. In: Joshi, B.K.; Shrestha, P.; Gauchan, D.; Vernooy, R. (eds.) (2018). Community seed banks in Nepal. 2nd National Workshop Proceedings, 3-5 May 2018, Kathmandu . Kathmandu (Nepal): NAGRC, LI-BIRD and Bioversity International p. 117-133 ISBN: 978-9937-0-5413-3

Delineation of spring recharge zones using environmental isotopes to support climate-resilient interventions in two mountainous catchments in far-western Nepal

Matheswaran, K.; Khadka, A.; Dhaubanjar, Sanita; Bharati, Luna; Kumar, S.; Shrestha, S. 2019. Delineation of spring recharge zones using environmental isotopes to support climate-resilient interventions in two mountainous catchments in far-western Nepal. Hydrogeology Journal, 17p. (Online first) doi: 10.1007/s10040-019-01973-6

A framework to understand gender and structural vulnerability to climate change in the Ganges River Basin: lessons from Bangladesh, India and Nepal

Sugden, Fraser; de Silva, Sanjiv; Clement, Floriane; Maskey-Amatya, Niki; Ramesh, Vidya; Philip, Anil; Bharati, Luna. 2014. A framework to understand gender and structural vulnerability to climate change in the Ganges River Basin: lessons from Bangladesh, India and Nepal. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI).. 50p. (IWMI Working Paper 159) doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5337/2014.230

Review of water and climate adaptation financing and institutional frameworks in South Asia. Background Paper 3

Suhardiman, Diana; de Silva, Sanjiv; Arulingam, Indika; Rodrigo, Sashan; Nicol, Alan. 2019. Review of water and climate adaptation financing and institutional frameworks in South Asia. Background Paper 3. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI).. 110p. (Climate Risks and Solutions: Adaptation Frameworks for Water Resources Planning, Development and Management in South Asia) doi: 10.5337/2019.204

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