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Bio-dyke, an environment friendly solution to protect river banks

Bio-dyke is a bio engineering measure to manage and control flood water movement such as redirecting flood run-off through the use of flood walls and flood gates. This technology for controlling riverine floods is useful when there is no immediate need of heavy engineering works ...

Indoor Oyster Mushroom farming, a livelihood diversification option for flood affected families

Oyster mushroom farming is rapidly expanding in Nepal. Increased consciousness of its nutritional value and increased market demand is making mushroom cultivation one of the most sought businesses among the farming communities. Oyster mushroom is grown in substrate that comprises...

Amphibious Homes for Flood Resilience in Vietnam and Bangladesh

Flooding is a yearly issue for people living in delta regions. However, climate change is making these floods more unpredictable and protracted, which is having a huge impact on communities. This video follows two Global Resilience Partnership grantees as they work to build float...

Flood Adaptive Rice Cultivation Practice

Rice is the major food staple of Nepal and South Asia. However, compared to other rice producing countries, rice production in Nepal is quiet low as it suffers from different constraints of abiotic and biotic stresses, low or poor access to input, poor management, poor irrigatio...

Flood Adaptive Vegetable Nursery Technology

Flash flood triggered by incessant rainfall or river overflow damages nursery seedlings every year in flood plains of Nepal. A farmer has to bare huge loss in buying seeds and preparing the nursery again, not to mention after they face damage once, there is a chance that plantati...