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Handbook for promotion of Social Accountability: Municipal level Climate Change and Gender Inclusion

The book is expected to help increase women's knowledge of social responsibility and ensure accountability in their social activities and in the planning and budgeting of municipalities. The book was published under the project Increasing Women's Influence in Local Governance for Gender and Climate Smart Plans and Programme implemented with the financial support of GAGGA and Both Ends. 

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Factsheet on Climate Change Budget of Federal and Provincial Budgets in FY 2020/21

This fact sheet provides a graphical presentation of the climate-relevant budget of federal and provincial governments of Nepal in FY 2020/21. This also shows a trend of climate change relevant budget by the federal government of Nepal since FY 2013/14. This is a part of PRC’s ongoing advocacy to make climate finance transparent and accountable. 

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Briefing Paper on: Nationally Determined Contribution in Nepal

This briefing paper is a concise version of a research report prepared as a part of a research project entitled 'Policy Gaps and Needs Analysis for the Implementation of NDCs on Adaptation and Loss and Damage in Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka.' It identified and assessed gaps and needs of the existing policies on NDCs implementation Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. 

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Briefing Paper on: Loss and Damage in Nepal

This publication is published by Prakriti Resources Centre. The document covers the brief introduction on Loss and Damage, Loss and Damage in UNFCCC, Loss and Damage in Paris Agreement, Climate Finance in terms of Loss & Damage, Loss and Damage in Nepal, and National Policy and Institutional context to address Loss & Damage in Nepal. 

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Briefing Paper on: Climate Adaptation Finance in Nepal

This briefing paper is a concise version of a research report prepared as part of an international pilot project on adaptation finance tracking. The project entitled ‘Climate Adaptation Finance Study in Nepal’ looked into the accuracy of multilateral and bilateral donors’ reporting on adaptation finance and the focus of their adaptation activities on the poorest and the most climate-vulnerable sections of the country’ population. The study was conducted with financial support from CARE. 

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Fact sheet: Climate Change Budget: Federal and Provincial Climate Relevant Budget of FY 2019/20

This fact sheet provides a graphical presentation of the climate relevant budget of federal and provincial governments of Nepal in FY 2019/20. This also shows a trend of climate change relevant budget by federal government of Nepal since FY 2013/14. The government had initiated climate change budget coding from the same year. This is a part of PRC’s ongoing advocacy to make climate finance transparent and accountable. 

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Ward Profile_Ward 07 Nagarjun Municipality

This publication is the ward profile of ward number 07 of Nagarjun Municipality. This book included information on the total population, social status, economic status, educational, cultural, tourism status of ward 07 of Nagarjun Municipality. 

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Briefing Paper on Gender and Climate Change: An Overview of National and International Context

This paper sheds light on the gender and climate change nexus, gender mainstreaming as a tool to address gender inequality, gender and climate change policy landscape both at international and national level, gaps and way forward. 

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Devolving Adaptation Finance and Actions- Lessons from Nepal's Local Adaptation Plans of Action

This paper aims to draw lessons for the GCF – and the EDA modality in particular – from Nepal’s experience in devolving climate finance and action. We hope that these lessons will also inform the efforts of other developing countries in making climate finance accessible at the local level, and developing EDA proposals.

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Ward Profile- Ward 08, Nagarjun Municipality

Prakriti Resources Centre provided technical support to develop a ward profile of ward 08, Nagarjun Municipality. The profile was developed by ward office, 08. This document is in Nepali language. 

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Displaced And Landless: An Unabated Ordeal of Disaster Survivors

The report title “DISPLACED AND LANDLESS: AN UNABATED ORDEAL OF DISASTER SURVIVORS” focuses on the situation of the people displaced by two major disasters - flash floods in 2014 and the 2015-earthquake. Displaced families continue to live in indecent and undignified living conditions even several years after of the disasters. Hence, this report is an attempt to bring to light the situation of the people displaced by two major disasters in the country. The study also provides anecdotal evidences as to how disasters are impacting on land and causing ‘landlessness’ forcing affected people to migrate.

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Briefing Paper: Displaced and Landless: An Unabated Ordeal of Disaster Survivors

The Briefing paper summarizes the research report title“DISPLACED AND LANDLESS: AN UNABATED ORDEAL OF DISASTER SURVIVORS” focuses on the situation of the people displaced by two major disasters - flash floods in 2014 and the 2015-earthquake. Its major highlight is on the government resettlement programme which is slow and grossly inadequate which has prioritized ‘land for housing’ and not for livelihood of survivors.

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Climate Finance Glossary-English Version

This glossary helps its user to properly understand the mostly used climate finance terminologies by providing their customised definitions. 

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Direct Access: Financing Climate Actions in Nepal

This paper explains the opportunities and challenges of direct access modality in developing countries like Nepal and proposes a way forward to maximize the opportunity.

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Guide on Accreditation to Green Climate Fund: for Nepali Private Sector

This guide is a useful tool for accreditation to GCF with a major focus on the private sectors of Nepal.

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Access to Green Climate Fund (GCF)

This knowledge product is an infographic on how to access the Green Climate Fund (GCF) by developing countries like Nepal. The process of accreditation of National Implementing entities (NIEs) to GCF and potential NIEs of Nepal are highlighted.

 

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Accessing the Green Climate Fund

This brief has shed light on Green Climate Fund (GCF), one of the multilateral financial entities that was established at the Conference of the Parties (COP) 16 by 194 governments, and is guided by the principles and provisions of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

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Access To Climate Finance In Nepal

A brief paper that covers aspects of climate finance, its key stakeholders, as well as the opportunities of and challenges in accessing these funds.

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Paris Agreement in Nepali

The unofficial translation of Paris Agreement in Nepali is available in the link below.

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Climate Finance Options for Nepal

This book basically tries to put together all the information related to major international funding sources for Nepal to finance its activities on climate change sector. It briefly provides the background of the source, regional focus, investment areas, funding conditions and application procedures to acquire the funding.

You can contact PRC for the hard copy of the publication.

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Paris Agreement on Climate Change: What it means for Nepal

The joint publication of Prakriti Resources Centre and Digo Bikash Institute, "Paris Agreement on Climate Change: What it means for Nepal", discusses how Nepal can benefit from the recent Paris Climate Agreement.

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Key Issues For Nepal COP21/ CMP11

The publication of Government of Nepal, Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment (MoSTE), was technically supported by Prakriti Resources Centre (PRC).

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