The governance of Nepal's flood early warning system: opportunities under federalism

  • By Chinaporn Meechaiya, Emily Wilkinson, Emma Lovell, Sarah Brown, Mirianna Budimir
  • 28/08/2019

Karnali Corridor, Terai Arc, Nepal, by James Morgan © Panos

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This working paper looks at the institutional mechanisms for assessing, monitoring, communicating and responding to flood risk information and warnings across three river basins in eastern and western Nepal, and identifies opportunities for enhancing these services under the new federal structure.

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