Living with Water Stress in the Hills of Koshi Basin, Nepal

Posted On: 2010-03-18

This study attempts to understand the strategies that communities in selected locations of the Koshi basin have used to adapt to the stresses imposed by climatic hazards. These stresses are described generally as ‘too much water’ and ‘too little water’.The study’s findings are expected to provide insight into the strategies that people adopt to cope with water excesses and water shortages so that the strategies can be woven into national policies designed to enable people to respond to stresses successfully. Exploring the interrelationship between the approaches of households and those of the national government provides an appropriate way forward to devising approaches useful for policymaking in a future that is becoming ever more uncertain by human-induced climate change.

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