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National Mission on Himalayan Studies

Implemented by the Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (MoEF&CC)
Nodal and Serving hub with G.B. Pant National Institute of Himalayan Environment & Sustainable Development

2015-16 2016-17 2017-18
Medium Grants (MG) Projects Details - 2016-17
The main aim of MGs is to support medium projects which can be used to build on and/or to expand successful projects with a total budgetary outlay of not more than 500 lakhs and are expected to reflect the multi-sectoral and partnership-based characteristics of NMHS as well as to address two or more TAWs in an effort to examine more complex and often multi-disciplinary issues affecting mountain ecosystems as prioritized by the NMHS.

It is the intention that the MG should contribute significantly towards building the resilience of ecosystem-dependent mountain communities by addressing specific resilience parameters from either the ecosystem or societal system, or both. Preferably there should be spatial mapping/planning data available and the area should be large enough to be important at the ecosystem level, containing significant mountain habitats and resources and/or biodiversity.


MG Projects Approved for Financial Year 2016-17

S. No. Project Title Project Proponent Total Grants
(in Rs.)
1st Installment
(in Rs.)
Half yearly Progress Report Details
1.
Community-Managed Conservation of Orchid Biodiversity and Tribal Livelihood Improvement in Manipur Hill Area Dr. Sunil Marpa
Foundation for Environment and Economic Development Services Hengbung, Kangpokpi, Senapati Manipur
2,22,80,000
89,49,000
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2.
Anthropogenic impacts and their management options in different ecosystems of the Indian Himalayan Region Dr. J.C.Kuniyal
Himachal Unit, G B Pant National Institute of Himalayan Env and Sustainable Dev (GBPNIHESD) Mohal, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh
2,67,68,400
1,46,77,300
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3.
Innovative Technologies for Climate Change Mitigation and Biodiversity Conservation with alternate livelihood opportunities for mountain communities in North Western Himachal Himalayas Dr. Lal Singh
Director Himalayan Research Group (HRG) Umesh Bhavan, Chota Shimla Himachal Pradesh
86,87,000
34,14,000
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4.
Capacity Building Strategies for Managing Complex Disasters in the face of Climate Change

Dr. Shyamli Singh

Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), I P Estate New Delhi

81,60,000
32,20,000
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5.
Integrated Mountain Development Interventions in the Indian Himalayan Region

Dr. Sushil Ramola

Integrated Mountain Initiative (IMI) 315/215/274 2nd Floor, Westend Marg, M. B. Road Saidul Ajaib New Delhi-110030

93,60,000
44,30,000
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6.
Developing Disaster Resilience Action plan through GIS and prioritizing actions for Natural Disaster Risk Reduction in Urban Agglomerations of Shillong & Gangtok.

Dr. Jyoti Parikh

Executive Director IRADe, Integrated Research and Action for Development, C-80, Shivalik Main Road, Shivalik Malviya Nagar, New Delhi

1,27,64,600
44,01,700
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7.
Strengthening State Training Institutions for Enhancing Capacities of Functionaries and Communities in Four Himalayan States

Dr. Ruchi Pant

UNDP India Post Box No. 3059, 55 Lodhi Estate New Delhi - 110 003

3,26,99,000
1,37,75,400
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8.
Creating Communities of Practice and resilient village ecosystems in the mountain region of Uttarakhand

Dr. Lalit Pande

Director, Uttarakhand seva Nidhi Paryavarn Shikasa Sansthan Jakhan Devi, Mall Road Almora, Uttarakhand

94,53,250
44,51,200
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9.
Study and Monitoring of Climate Change Impacts and Health of the Environment of the Trans Himalayan region of Ladakh and the Designing of effective Development Strategies and Interventions for Adaptation and Mitigation Mr. Pankaj Raina
Ladakh Renewable Energy Development Agency Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council Block II, 1st Floor, Council Secretariat, Leh- Ladakh (J&K)
3,71,42,400
1,71,60,000
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Total
16,73,14,650
7,44,78,600
   


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Last Updated on: 14.08.2018