Finding the Money: A stock taking of climate change adaptation finance and governance in Nepal

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This report 'Finding the Money: A stock taking of climate change adaptation finance and governance in Nepal' is developed under a multi-country initiative, ‘Adaptation Finance Accountability Initiative (AFAI)', by Oxfam in collaboration with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), World Resources Institute (WRI) and Clean Energy Nepal (CEN). This study takes stock of climate change adaptation/resilience projects and programs funded by international public finance in Nepal. The study covers projects that started or were approved during the period of 2009 to 2012.
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  Finding the Money A Stock Taking of Climate Change Adaptation Finance and Governance in Nepal  Finding the Money A Stock Taking of Climate Change Adaptation Finance and Governance in Nepal  Acknowledgement Authors: Prajwal Baral and Raju Pandit Chhetri  This report was written by the authors and coordinated by Prabin Man Singh and Dipesh Chapagain. The report was a collaborative effort, involving Oxfam staff and partner organization. It includes the findings of the research study managed by Prabin Man Singh, Dipesh Chapagain, Prajwal Baral, Raju Pandit Chhettri, Sunil Acharya and Pallab Regmi. Anthony Scott Faiia and Binay Dhital provided guidance and support throughout the process.Many individuals and institutions contributed to this report by providing valuable information for the research and with comments and inputs on the report. Annaka Peterson Carvalho, Pieter  Terpstra, Emily Wilkinson and Alice Caravani provided special contributions in conducting the research and finalizing this report. Clean Energy Nepal (CEN) and International Institute of Independent Research Pvt. Ltd (3IR) are involved in the study. Disclaimer All rights reserved. This publication is copyright, but the information in this report can be used or reproduced for free for advocacy, campaigning and research purpose, but not for resale.  The copyright holder requests that all such use be registered with them for impact assessment purposes. For copying in any other circumstances, or for re-use in other publications, or for translation or adaptation, prior written permission must be obtained from the copy right holder, and a fee may be payable. This is an Oxfam report. The affiliates who have contributed to it are Oxfam GB and Oxfam America.© Oxfam 2014 This research work is part of a multi-country initiative called, the ‘Adaptation Finance Accountability Initiative (AFAI)’ carried out by Oxfam in collaboration with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), World Resources Institute (WRI) and Clean Energy Nepal (CEN). Financial support for this work has been provided by the Rockefeller Foundation.For further information on the issues raised in this report, please e-mail: oxnepal@oxfam.org.uk or contact Oxfam country office in Nepal. OXFAMCOUNTRY OFFICE, NEPAL Jawalakhel – 20, LalitpurG.P.O. Box; 2500, Kathmandu, Nepal TEL: +977-1-5530574, 5542881, 5544308EMAIL: oxnepal@oxfam.org.uk WEBSITE: www.oxfam.org.uk, www.oxfam.org
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