The study characterized the demographic, socioeconomic, climatic, biophysical and institutional aspects that contribute to vulnerability thru household survey and cluster analysis. Adaptation mechanisms were drawn from the survey, key informant interview and focus group discussions with the stakeholders in the respective case study sites. Existing policies and measures in response to landslide occurrence were also evaluated and recommendations to improve capacity to cope with such disasters were accordingly done. The researchers of the participating countries were likewise trained with practical use of complementary methods for vulnerability assessments including Agent-Based Modeling, JAVA programming, GIS and remote sensing tools. This study showed that assessment of flood-related landslides in Asia is of paramount importance amidst the effect of global climate change. ABM tools and GIS are some of the practical tools and methods of such assessments done on a multi-disciplinary approach.