The Community Score Card (CSC) is a two-way and ongoing participatory tool for feedback, accountable management, planning, monitoring and sharing responsibilities to improve public service quality. The reality of social distancing context and other restriction imposed due to COVID-19 pandemic urged CARE Nepal to find alternative ways of digital solution so that all associated CSC processes can be carried out and supported through remote working modality, without leaving any gaps in CARE’s efforts to ensure governance and accountability system.
This project has identified, piloted and scaled number of models which will help reduce vulnerabilities and increase adaptive capacities in relation to climate change. This document consolidates the climate resilient scalable models on land and agriculture. These models will provide visible benefits so that small scale marginalized and women farmers adopt them with minimal external inputs, and also help promote them with local governments for subsequent implementation. The piloted and scaled up models aims to decrease vulnerabilities, build resilient and profitable livelihoods, reduce disaster risks; and address the underlying causes of vulnerability.