Project

HI-PATH

This project aims to map the outcomes of livelihood innovations for climate adaptation and co-create climate-resilient development pathways.

Date Published
1 May 2020
Expected Start Date
01 May 2020
Expected End Date
31 Mar 2022
Project Type
Research

The objective of the HI-PATH project is to map the outcomes of livelihood innovations for climate adaptation and co-create climate-resilient development pathways for upscaling of these innovations, with a focus on influencing relevant long-term adaptation planning and policy processes. HI-PATH builds on the HI-AWARE project, which introduced the livelihood innovations for climate adaptation. HI-AWARE was one of the projects in the CARIAA Programme, working in Nepal (ICIMOD), India (TERI), Pakistan (PARC), Bangladesh (BCAS). HI-PATH is implemented in a cooperation of five partner institutes: BCAS, ICIMOD, PARC, TERI, Wageningen University & Research, and UNU-EHS (coordinator).

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