While we aim to reduce risk by minimizing the physical impact of floods, insurance plays a key role in preventing communities from experiencing severe hardship in the event of a destructive weather event.
The first national dialogue on anticipatory action happened in Nepal in April 2022. It brought together the key decision-makers from the government, humanitarian and donor agencies to discuss the current status and future of anticipatory action in Nepal.
The WeACT project explored the potential of the latest remote sensing and dam-break flood modelling technologies to develop a web-based glacial lake outburst flood hazard assessment that could improve community flood preparedness and resilience in Nepal.
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development
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 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