Persistence and Change: Review of 30 years of Community Forestry in Nepal” is the first national study of the impacts of community forestry since the initiation of community forestry over 30 years ago. The study draws on a wealth of data and analysis and represents an important milestone for community forestry.

This report describes the long-term trends of food security and nutrition outcomes in Nepal over the past fifteen years and analyzes various factors affecting the outcomes, offering comprehensive descriptions about the complex and imminent issue of food security and nutrition in the country.

Since 2006, ICIMOD has commissioned various case studies as part of a study on flash flood risk reduction in the Hindu Kush Himalayan region.

Ministry of Agricultural Development (MOAD), Agri-Business Promotion and Statistics Division (ABPSD), Agri Statistics Section as part of its regular function, has been publishing "Statistical Information on Nepalese Agriculture" on yearly basis with the aim of providing better and useful agricultural information of the country.

As South Asia becomes more and more industrialized, populations are moving from an agrarian lifestyle to one that is increasingly urbanized. Increased industrialization and the growth of urban areas are generally linked to deterioration in air quality.

This report is a compendium of understanding, concepts, experiences and lessons of disaster risk management (DRM), emergency response planning and capacity building in Nepal.

Since 2002, the Indian state of Odisha has been undertaking a grassroots awareness campaign on “dos and don’ts” during heat wave conditions through the Disaster Risk Management (DRM) program.

The ecosystem services derived from conservation areas have a high value for human well being, but they do not receive due consideration in public policy in the Hindu Kush Himalayan region. As a result, conservation areas do not receive adequate public support for participatory management and other approaches.

This study aims to enhance understanding of the dynamic relationship among biodiversity conservation and management, gender, and livelihoods in the greater Himalayan region.

This study assesses children and key stakeholders' perception of the impact of climate change on children's well-being and evaluates children's access to disaster risk management and climate change adaptation information. It also records the current adaptation practices and suggests ways to address some key climate change issues.