Addressing household food security in the context of changing climate and environment (2013)

Type:
Training Course
Organizer:
International Institute of Rural Reconstruction, Regional Center for Asia ) (IIRR)
Other organizer:
Rural Reconstruction Nepal (RRN)
Date:
09-18 Sep 2013
Location:
Nepal (Kathmandu)

The course introduces a more holistic food security dimension using: availability, access, utilization and stability used as a guiding framework. A basic overview of climate change adaptation concepts will be provided along with special attention to nutrition, gender and environmental components. Management, evaluation and learning aspects will also be highlighted. Food security efforts in forest, upland and coastal communities will be studied. This course is jointly designed and organized with Rural Reconstruction Nepal (RRN) with special focus on participants from South Asian countries (i.e. Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Bhutan, Nepal).


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Event fee

$1750

What is included in the event fee

The fees cover course fee, meals and coffee breaks, double occupancy accommodation, course-related materials, field and agency visits, and airport transfers. Fees do not include international airfare, laundry and incidental expenses. Applicants are encouraged to secure financial support from their organizations or donor agencies.


Keywords

Themes:
Capacity Development, Climate Change, Community-based DRR, Environment, Gender, Food Security & Agriculture
Countries:
Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan
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