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    Regional training of trainers: promoting innovative livelihoods (ecotourism and value chains) for sustainable landscape management 18–25 September 2016

    International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, (ICIMOD), Nepal, 2017
    The International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) is a regional intergovernmental learning and knowledge sharing centre. It serves eight regional member countries – Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, China, India, Myanmar, Nepal and Pakistan – in the Hindu Kush Himalaya.
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    Landslide Dam Outburst Flood in Chin Hill, Myanmar

    International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, (ICIMOD), Nepal, 2017
    Heavy rainfall (480 mm) on 16 July 2015 triggered a huge landslide (DGSE and GDKU, 2016) that dammed the Tui Lam Lui River approximately 52 km upstream of Yazagyo Dam near Hangken Village, Falam District in the Upper Chin hill region in northwestern Myanmar.
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    Register now: free GODAN Action e-learning course on open data!

    24 Oct 2017: Our partners at the GODAN Action network will soon be delivering a new e-learning course on ‘Open Data and Research Data Management in Agriculture and Nutrition’. The course will run from the 13th November to 8th December 2017, and is open to infomediaries, policy makers, administrators, project managers, researchers and scientists working in the area of agriculture.
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    Projected impacts of climate change on forests in the Brahmaputra, Koshi, and Upper Indus river basins

    International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, (ICIMOD), Nepal, 2017
    Two dynamic global vegetation models (DGVMs), IBIS and LPJ, were used to assess the projected impacts of climate change on forests in terms of the shifts in vegetation types and changes in NPP (net primary productivity) in the mid Brahmaputra, Koshi, and upper Indus river basins.
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    Shock-responsive social protection systems research. Case study: Post-Haiyan cash transfers in the Philippines

    Oxford Policy Management, 2017
    This is one of 6 case studies that form the core of the research team’s analysis of the features of a social protection system that facilitate its use in response to shocks, and of the ways in which social protection, humanitarian assistance and disaster risk management systems can best work together for a more effective response.
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    Shock-responsive social protection systems research. Case study: Pakistan

    Oxford Policy Management, 2017
    This is one 6 case studies that form the core of the research team’s analysis of the features of a social protection system that facilitate its use in response to shocks, and of the ways in which social protection, humanitarian assistance and disaster risk management systems can best work together for a more effective response.
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    Impacts of higher temperatures on labour productivity and value for money adaptation: lessons from five DFID priority country case studies

    Vivid Economics, 2017
    This report assesses the impact increased temperatures will have on labour productivity in select DFID priority countries, and maps out the adaptation options that could mitigate these impacts.
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    Vivid Economics

    Vivid Economics advise on the design and implementation of business and public strategies, the impact and efficiency of commercial and policy initiatives and the costs and benefits of investment de
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    Sustainable Development Goals and current trends

    Institute of Development Studies, Sussex [ES], 2017
    This report focuses on Agenda 2030 and the challenges of delivering the Global Goals and the implications of trends for the UK’s international development work.Section 2 focuses on the Global Goals for Sustainable Development (SDGs/Global Goals) and the challenges of delivering them. These Global Goals will shape the world’s approach to growth and sustainable development until 2030.
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    Conflict-sensitive cash transfers: Social cohesion

    Institute of Development Studies, Sussex [ES], 2017
    The literature suggests that the effects of social protection initiatives such as cash transfers and vouchers on social cohesion are positive, but there is very little empirical evidence to back this. This review found no research comparing cash transfers and vouchers from the perspective of social cohesion.

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