Nepal

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2022
This paper provides a brief overview of disaster impacts on lives, natural resources, infrastructures and economy of Nepal and updated status on Disaster Risk Reduction and Management.
Nepal - government
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2022
This Country Climate and Development Report (CCDR) identifies ways that Nepal can achieve its overall development objectives while fostering its strategic ambition to transition to a greener, more resilient, and inclusive development pathway. 
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Building resilience to climate impacts and pursuing public and private investments in low-carbon solutions will help Nepal achieve its development goals while implementing its climate commitments.
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DRR Community in Nepal

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Governance

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Sendai Focal PointMinistry of Home Affairs (MOHA)

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National policies and plans

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2021
This national framework on L&D is of relevance to both understand as well as contextualize L&D in the Nepali context. It provides further understanding of the relevant approaches, methodology, and tools to assess risks of climate change impacts.
Nepal - government
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2021
This paper is a summary for policymakers of the National Adaption Plan (NAP) 2021-2050 for Nepal. Climate change threatens to undermine the historical socioeconomic achievements of Nepal.
Nepal - government
2020

Nepal is at high risk of natural and non-natural disasters. It continues to face the brunt of hazards resulting from rugged topographical conditions, hydro-meteorological activities and climate change as well as disasters attributable to virus, insect

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Risk and governance profile(s)

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2022
The report documents recent disastrous events which caused massive loss of lives and properties in Nepal.
Nepal - government
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2021
WFP and partners have undertaken an analysis of climate risks in Nepal and recommended programmes to address identified risks.
World Food Programme