National Census of Agriculture 2011/12, the sixth of its kind in Nepal is one among the large scale statistical operations of the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS). Besides providing information about the structure of the agricultural system of Nepal, it has attempted to capture the production of the major crops for the first time.

This factsheet provides information on existing status and scenario of urban transport system in Kathmandu Valley and provides recommendation to make it more efficient, accessible, equitable and sustainable.

This study examined the impact of climate change across three ecological regions of Nepal. The study applied a Ricardian Analysis of 2750 farms to estimate the impact of climate change on the value of land in various geographical areas of Nepal.

Most governments of South Asian countries claim to be stern upholders of democracy. They claim to have maintained high levels of transparency and accountability and to have respected the rule of law necessary for the promotion of the interests of their citizens.

Nepal MDGs Progress Report 2013 points out, the Government of Nepal’s commitment to achieving the MDGs, coupled with required policy reforms has borne fruit. Nepal is on track and is likely to achieve most of its MDG targets, despite the prolonged political instability.

Floods are the most common water-induced hazard in the Hindu Kush Himalayas and have seriously affected the lives and livelihoods of many people, especially those living in the Brahmaputra and Koshi river basins.

This study estimates the benefits from adopting Bt cotton seeds in Punjab, Pakistan over two cropping seasons in 2008 and 2009. This study uses reduced-form panel models to determine the average effects of Bt cotton technology on short-run profits, yields and farm inputs.

In exercise of power conferred by Clause 9.1 of "Renewable Energy Delivery Policy, 2013" approved by Financial and Infrastructure Committee of the Council of Ministers of Nepal dated 2069/10/14 (January 27, 2013), the Ministry has framed this mechanism.

In Chitral, Pakistan, existing local institutions for water management play a major role in enhancing the adaptive capacity of local communities. However, government rules and regulations concerning water governance are posing challenges for community-based institutions and affecting the local capacity for adaptation.

The purpose of this project is to explore agricultural diversification through the use of trees on farms in communities in China, Nepal, and Pakistan to support people’s capacity to adapt to change, particularly climate-related change.