Hariyo Ban Program Resources
The Hariyo Ban Program is named after the famous Nepali saying 'Hariyo Ban Nepal ko Dhan' (Healthy green forests are the wealth of Nepal). The first phase of the Hariyo Ban Program ended on 31 December 2016 and the second phase will run for another five years. The second phase will build on the foundation of Phase I, applying lessons learned and scaling up promising approaches.
The program aims to reduce the adverse impacts of climate change and threats to biodiversity in Nepal. This will be accomplished by working with the government, communities, civil society and private sector. In particular, the Hariyo Ban Program works to empower Nepal's local communities in safeguarding the country's living heritage and adapting to climate change through sound conservation and livelihood approaches.
Thus the Program emphasizes the links between people and forests and is designed to benefit nature and people in Nepal. At the heart of Hariyo Ban lie two interwoven components – biodiversity conservation and climate change adaptation including market based livelihoods. These are supported by governance, and gender and social inclusion as cross-cutting themes.
- Building Climate Resilience and Empowering Nepal’s Most Vulnerable Through Integrated Community- and Ecosystem-based Adaptation
- Hariyo Ban Program
- Hariyo Ban Program: Promoting Climate Change Adaptation in Nepal
- Hariyo Ban: REDD+ for Economic Development in Nepal
- Hariyo Ban Program Phase 1: Achievements and Learning
- Mid-Term Performance Evaluation of Hariyo Ban Project
- Hariyo Ban Program Learning Strategy
- Hariyo Ban Program Training Needs Assessment and Training Strategy
- A Baseline Study of Hariyo Ban Program