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Presentations from DJB’s Trade-Off Arena Workshop and other occasions:

Hydroeconomic modelling of water use trade-offs in Western Nepal

Digo Jal Bikas Project – Environmental Flow Calculator

USAID’s Digo Jal Bikas Program – Publication List

Toward an Inclusive Vision of Water Resources Development in Western Nepal

Sustainable, Just, and Productive Water Resources Development in Western Nepal

Sustainable, Just & Productive Water Resources Development in Western Nepal Under Current & Future Conditions (Digo Jal Bikas – Djb)

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles:

Conference Papers:

  • Pandey V.P., Dhaubanjar S., Bharati L. (2017). Sustainable irrigation development: Knowledge generation for Karnali-Mohana River Basin. In: Proceedings of 10thNational Irrigation Seminar: Climate Smart Innovation for the sustainable irrigation development, June 1-2, 2017, Nagarkot, pp:39-50.
  • Pandey V.P., Dhaubanjar S., Bharati L., Thapa B.R. (2018) Climate Change and Water Availability in Western Nepal. In: Proceedings of National Seminar on Nature for Water. 28 Mar 2018. Nepal Academy of Science and Technology (NAST), Mahendranagar, Nepal. pp 8-19.
  • Shrestha G., Clement F. (2018). Gender differences in water security and capabilities in Far-West Nepal. In: Proceedings of 8th Regional Conference of International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (8ARC), 2-4 May, 2018, Kathmandu, Nepal. pp. 83-99.
  • Tachamo Shah R.D., Sharma S., Mullner K., Bharati L. (2018). River health assessment for sustainable water resources management in Western Nepal. In: Proceedings of 8th Regional Conference of International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage (8ARC), 2-4 May, 2018, Kathmandu, Nepal. pp. 571-578.

Blogs and Op-Eds

Project Updates

Digo Jal Bikas (DJB) intervention sites are located in the Karnali and Mohana basins.

Many hydropower projects are at various stages of development in the Karnali and Mohana basins.

Many irrigation projects are underway within the Karnali and Mohana basins.

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