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Development through resource management
NPR 74,316,424.00 
Bardiya, Kanchapur, Kailali, Surkhet, Doti, Dadeldhura 

Building Resilience and Adaptation to Climate Extremes and Disaster (ANUKULAN/BRACED) (Ongoing Project)

BRACED is a multi-million dollars, three years long programme under UK-Aid. It is designed to build the resilience of vulnerable poor, especially women and children to climate extremes and disasters, through technology interventions in mid and far west Nepal. The programme uses proven, sustainable approaches through public-private partnership to scale-up interventions. Meanwhile it develops capacity of local grass root organisations to mainstream and institutionalise DRR and climate change adaptation planning and best practices. BRACED is implemented by consortium of eleven institutions, seven international - iDE (lead), ADRA, IWMI, CIMMYT, University of Middlesex, Renewable World and Netafim, and four national - Rupantaran, RIMS-Nepal, SAPPROS Nepal and NTAG. The program interventions focus on six districts i.e. Kailali, Dadeldhura, Doti and Kanchanpur in the far-west, and Bardiya and Surkhet in the mid-west. RIMS-Nepal is responsible to take a principal role in agriculture-related climate change adaptation and livelihoods components as well as support in DRR components in Bardiya.