This case study focuses on innovative solutions that the Nepal Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) Community of Practice (COP) has introduced to increase water security. It also looks at how ancient practices are being reinstated to revive dried-up springs. New uncertainty on the availability of freshwater resources in many parts of the world call for global climate efforts to focus on transformative actions that increase water security, and to reduce the impact on vulnerable communities. The Climate Investment Funds’ (CIF) PPCR is funding many such initiatives.
This brief is part of the PPCR Knowledge for Resilience Series. The Series aims to share the lessons learned by countries implementing projects under the CIF’s PPCR.
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Organization: CIF, Oxford Policy Management, OneWorld
Topics: Environment, Finance, Water, Adaptation, Financial Mechanisms
Type of material: Analytical-Technical Document
Publication date: 2018