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Department of Science and Technology, Core Support Programme

Under the Core Support Programme awarded to GEAG by the Department of Science and Technology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Governm

Urban community based micro resilience model of ward exposed to climate and hydro-meteorological risk

This project focused on establishing micro planning mechanisms by creating a live learning model of a climate resilient ward planning in

Towards integrating disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation: Understanding flood risk and resilience in Eastern India

The Gorakhpur District is recognised as the most flood-prone district in eastern Uttar Pradesh, India.

Consumer research for rural sanitation for the state of Uttar Pradesh

GEAG, in collaboration with Athena Infonomics, Chennai, was engaged in conducting a Consumer Research in Sanitation for the State of Utta

Developing Climate Resilient Livelihood and Community Resource Institutions by Integrated Ecosystem Management Approach

The project aimed to build a hands-on community-based climate resilient livelihood models with an ecosystem management approach in flood-

Flood Resilient Livelihood System with Special Focus on Women Farmers

Climate change in the form of uncertain rainfall, floods, droughts, temperature changes and increasing humidity is adversely affecting th

Promoting and deepening urban climate resilience through decentralized wastewater treatment in Gorakhpur

Due to lack of proper irrigation facilities in the peri-urban areas of Gorakhpur, the small and marginal farmers use wastewater for irrig

Promoting Latrine Use in Rural India

In rural India, 90 percent of households do not own a latrine, and 61 percent of individuals defecate in the open.

Child Forest Programme

The Child Forest Programme (CFP) had multiple agendas for reforestation, environment and livelihood improvement by way of incorporating c

Technical and Operational Support to BSPM and Other Micronutrient Programmes in Uttar Pradesh

The Government of India has recommended administration of 9 doses of vitamin A to the children of 6 to 59 months in every 6 months interv

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