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Building capacity at individual, organizational and systemic levels

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Project • CBA2021-10SY-Hoang

An innovative capacity building mechanism for extension workers and farmers in the context of climate change

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Photo by Aditya Deshmukh on Unsplash

Project • CRECS2020-07MY-Tripathee

Transboundary air pollution on the northern and southern side of the Himalayas: Characteristics, sources, climatic and health implications

Project • CBA2021-11SY-Sum

Building capacity of extension officers to help farmers better adapt to climate change in the coastal area of Cambodia

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Project • CRECS2020-06MY-Maharjan

Towards sustainable urban water management in Hindukush Himalayan (HKH) Region: a participatory approach to improving water security in mountain cities

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Project • CBA2020-12SY-Saefuddin

Development of affordable micro-irrigation for small-scale farming in marginal land for food security and efficiency of water use

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Photo by Till Niermann/Wikimedia Commons

Project • CBA2020-13MY-Thakuri

Integrating geospatial technologies in climate-smart agriculture planning and management in South Asia

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Project • ECSC2019-02SY-Landicho‌

Enhancing local adaptive capacity of rural farming communities in Southeast Asia: Best practices and lessons learned for scaling up

Project • CBA2013-10NSY-Visco

Communicating and Operationalizing Site-Specific Climate Change Adaptation Strategies in Selected Vulnerable Upland Communities in Southeast Asia

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Project • CBA2020-11SY-Higelin

Connecting women-led local realities with the global discourse on climate adaptation and DRR: Interrogating women’s lived experiences in Cambodia and Vanuatu

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Project • CRECS2020-05SY-Amil

Particulate matter source apportionment in Malaysia using source tagging modeling approach to quantify transboundary air pollution: a comparative analysis between haze and non-haze periods