climate change in nepal

Furafutti Sherpa showing the wooden boxes which were earlier safe to store the potatoes she harvested
Furafutti Sherpa who lives 2600 meters above the sea level in Charikharka, Manjo village, is surprised to see heavy rainfall, drought, and hailstorm affecting the yield of her potatoes. The change in weather pattern has affected apple farming too with irregular snowfall damaging the plants. The...
This report 'Finding the Money: A stock taking of climate change adaptation finance and governance in Nepal' is developed under a multi-country initiative, ‘Adaptation Finance Accountability Initiative (AFAI)', by Oxfam in collaboration with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI...
This report examines the national situation of climate change adaptation policy and programming, highlighting key areas of progress, weakness and challenges. The report notes that current initiatives have yet to deliver benefit to the marginalized and vulnerable communities in the country –...
In February and March 2009, Oxfam conducted interviews in rural communities in three ecological zones (Terai, Hills and Mountains) and in the Mid and Far Western Development Regions to capture a snapshot of how climate change is already affecting people living in poverty. Read this report to find...
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