Worldwide 245 million mountain people live in developing and transitioning countries. They are among the poorest and most impacted by hunger and climate change.
In Nepal, mountain people are of Tibetan origins and have been historically marginalized. The rugged terrain makes it difficult to promote economic activity and deliver services -leaving the region physically isolated, with poor infrastructure and marginalization.
Mountain Resiliency Project fights alongside farmers to develop sustainable livelihoods as a key step in the ongoing struggle to build climate change resilient communities for social and economic justice.
Dignifying Indigenous Livelihoods | Sustainable Income Generation | A Future Within Mountains
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Curious about how we are building climate change resilient videos? Watch our new video explaining our role and work in climate change resilience building in mountain communities.