12 Jun 2017: Supported by CEDAR, various members of civil society, bloggers, professionals and students took part in a silent march around Lake Nainital to raise awareness about its declining condition.
24 May 2017: In order to better understand the water balance component within the Gandaki basin a J2000 hydrological model has been applied with the help from data from precipitation and climate stations in the Gandaki basin.
22 May 2017: This report shows how water—a precious, unique, and finite resource—is not only contested in itself but also drafted as a weapon in conflicts
08 May 2017: At its 3rd Annual Learning Review, HI-AWARE along with other CARIAA members, discuss windows of opportunities in making research being generated by the initiative, more visible.
18 Apr 2017: Mapping climate, gender and socio-ecological challenges
01 Apr 2017: In its second iteration of the Cilmate Change Certification Programme, HI-AWARE interacts with government officials to explore the concepts of hazards, risks and vulnerabilities.
31 Mar 2017: A second video in the HI-AWARE Explains series that looks at iron testing in ground water through a unique method.
12 Feb 2017: HI-AWARE was nominated as one of the winners of the Gender Innovation Award on the event of International Women's Day, 2017
17 Jan 2017: In a recent interaction with stakeholders in DDC Chitwan, HI-AWARE signed an LoI for the beginning of a certificate training program on offer for professionals. The program would be facilitated by HI-AWARE
09 Jan 2017: At the October 2016 APAN conference, HI-AWARE and ICIMOD participated in a panel discussion on challenges in enhancing women's responsive adaptive capacities in communities.