ISET-Nepal was established in 2001 as a non-governmental and not-for-profit organization to study and analyse developmental issues of rapidly changing social and environmental context that demand new insights into the emerging challenges to manage resources for sustainable development.
This poster is based on research “Resilient Urban Food System: Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability to Peri-urban Agriculture Kathmandu” carried by ISET-Nepal and supported by START-Washington.
The poster on groundwater resource was presented by ISET-Nepal researcher Ms. Shobha Kumari Yadav during conference at New Delhi. The conference was organized by Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Indian Institute of Science Bangalore and Centre for Science and Environment, under the banner Indian Climate Research Network.
The project “Tracking adaptation finance; analyzing existing governance system and institutional capacity and developing policy recommendations to strengthen transparency, accessibility, accountability and better governance of adaptation finance in Nepal” is a joint work between ISET-Nepal, Oxfam GB and CEN.