Migration and Resilience: Experiences from Nepal's 2015 Earthquake

Migration and Resilience: Experiences from Nepal's 2015 Earthquake
Jeevan Baniya, representing Social Science Baha and CESLAM, presented the findings of a quick assessment in four quake-affected districts to understand how households with migrants—both external and internal—have coped with the natural disaster and whether there is evidence of greater resilience on the part of such households. In addition, he presented some key preliminary findings based on the follow up studies in the same research sites in January 2016. 
 
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