People and Resource Dynamics Project
Project DescriptionThe People and Resource Dynamics Project (PARDYP) is a project of the
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development
(ICIMOD). PARDYP is a three-year watershed management research and
development project involved in the fields of cooperative rural
participation, hydrology and meteorology research, soil erosion and
fertility studies, conservation activities, rehibilitation of degraded
areas, and agronomic and horticultural activities.
PARDYP is funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation
(SDC), the International Development Research Centre-Canada
(IDRC-Canada), and ICIMOD. The project operates in four of ICIMOD's
partner countries: Pakistan, India, Nepal, and China.
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