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Narayan Gyawali: Creating Evidence for Resilience in Development Practice in Nepal and India

April 3, 2018
Narayan Gyawali gave a talk on “Creating Evidence for Resilience in Development Practice: Lessons Learnt from Collaboration between LWR and YHI” as part of the Yale Himalaya Initiative Spring 2018 series.
 
Gyawali is joined by YHI researchers and Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies researchers Zach Garcia and Camilo Huneeus-Guzmán. The team presents a resilience measurement tool and research findings.
 
Narayan Gyawali is the Program Director of the Nepal-India Trans-boundary Resilience Project (TBR) at Lutheran World Relief. Currently, Gyawali is leading the project to develop flood resilience strategies such as early warning systems for the benefit of communities in India and Nepal. Gyawali has 16 years of experience in the development field. Previously, he served as a monitoring and evaluation advisor for Asia and the Middle East.
 
This video was recorded on March 27, 2018.
Video Type: 
Environment
Geographic Region Type: 
India
Nepal