Nepal is the world’s fourth most climate vulnerable country.¹

In a country where more than 68 percent of the population depends on agricultural activities for their livelihood, a suite of challenges, including lack of dependable weather systems and harsh terrains that limit farmer access to markets, sets a bleak stage in the face of increased high-intensity climate events.²

In response, IFC, with support from the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience, part of the Climate Investment Funds, is working to help Nepal overcome these challenges.



[1] Verisk Maplecroft. 2011. Climate Change Vulnerability Index. Bath. United Kingdom.
[2] International Labour Organization. 2016. The ILO in Nepal. Geneva, Switzerland.