This case study focusses on the innovative solutions that the Nepal PPCR Community of Practice (COP) has introduced to increase water security, and we learn how ancientpractices are being reinstated to revive dried-up springs.
The PPCR Knowledge for Resilience series aims to share the observations of and lessons learnt by countries implementing projects under the PPCR. Such lessons facilitate evidence-based learning to advance climate resilience goals, both in the PPCR and globally. The knowledge products in this series are co-created by designated implementing entities in each PPCR country and the appointed Learning Partner for the PPCR, drawing on interviews with a range of stakeholders. The series is part of the work undertaken by the Learning Partner to create and facilitate a dynamic, actively-engaged knowledge and learning network
amongst the PPCR Community of Practice (COP).
The Climate Investment Funds (CIF) community recognises that the onset of climate change requires urgent responses, that often do not allow the time for academic, traditional, or compliance-driven evaluation and learning. Instead the emphasis needs to be on generating practical and timely insights, through learning by doing, that guide decision-making among investors and practitioners. The Knowledge for Resilience series seeks to address these aims, and includes a range of products, from case studies and photo stories, to policy and research briefs.