Case Study on ‘Circular’ Labour Migration as an Adaptation Strategy in the Context of Environmental and Socio-Economic Changes in the Koshi Sub-Basin in Nepal

Collaborating Partner/Funding Agency: International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD)     

Duration: September 2013 to November 2015

The study was designed to assess the role of circular labour migration in building household level adaptive capacity and community resilience to environmental and socio-economic changes in Nepal, with a special focus on the mountains and mid-hills. The study was conducted in three districts in the Koshi sub-basin of eastern Nepal.

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