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Workshop Reports, 2017

An insight into the certificate program implemented by DCC, Chitwan, Practical Action, Nepal and ICIMOD, educating government and line officials in the importance of integrating the climate change context into their respective work plans.

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Workshop Reports, 2017

Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) conducted a stakeholder consultation workshop in Gilgit to consult local stakeholders for HI-AWARE’s planned work in high altitude areas of Gilgit Baltistan (GB), and to get feedback from the participants on effective research and development in GB.

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Workshop Proceedings , 2017

The main objective of the workshop was to understand the potential adaptation options in response to extreme events such as floods, droughts and heavy precipitation. The prioritization was done under various categories under which the options were technological, social, ecological, structural and financial.

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Workshop Proceedings , 2017

A three day workshop aimed at bringing more visibility on springshed research in Pakistan. The program also shared ICIMOD’s methdology on sprigshed management, and enhancing of institutional capacity in implementing of springshed management.

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Workshop Proceedings , 2017

The Climate Change Adaptation Policy and Science (CCAPS) Conference held in Dhaka, Bangaldesh,on 6th February, 2017 brought together over 100 participants—HI-AWARE consortium members, partners, scientists, student researchers, and government and donor representatives—to discuss and take stock of the research generated within the initiative so far, and to chart a way forward.

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Workshop Proceedings , 2017

How are communities faring with climate change impacts in mountain areas of Pakistan? This report describes an exchange hosted by HI-AWARE PARC partners in Sost, Pakistan, where issues of climate change and possible adaptation measures, were raisedHow are communities faring with climate change impacts in mountain areas of Pakistan? This report describes an exchange hosted by HI-AWARE PARC partners in Sost, Pakistan, where issues of climate change and possible adaptation measures, were raised.

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Workshop Proceedings , 2016

Workshop proceedings from a national level workshop held in Kathmandu where the functionalities of the TouchTable were showcased. The session emphasized on the co-production of information from community level stakeholders and professionals.

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Workshop Proceedings , 2016

The workshop on ‘Climate Change in the Upper Ganga Basin’, was held between 27th February-4th March, 2016. It was aimed at understanding the challenges that communities face in this challenging terrain.The workshop brought experts from various sectors together to share valuable information on the climatic risks that the region—the Western Himalayas in general, and Uttarakhand in particular—is facing.

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Workshop Proceedings , 2016

The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), New Delhi, along with The Mountain Institute (TMI India), Gangtok, Sikkim organised a workshop on Water Availability and Access in Mountain Areas of the Teesta Basin under the Himalayan Adaptation, Water and Resilience (HI-AWARE) Research project on 26 November 2015. The workshop aimed to understand issues regarding water in the Teesta Basin from the perspectives of different stakeholders, identify response actions and their challenges and opportunities for implementation.

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Workshop Proceedings , 2016

FMIS(Farmer Managed Irrigation Systems) have survived decades of changes, they are likely to possess characteristics of a resilient system. However, a system level assessment of FMIS is necessary in order to understand the diverse causal factors leading to its decline.

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