Trans-Boundary Community Based Flood Early Warning System by PGVS

Indo-Nepal Trans-Boundary Community Based Early Warning System is a cohesive attribute that empowers communities to move forward with communism and socialism favoring life and not borders. People who face the problem of flood every year can now cope up with their life and empower themselves with CBFEWS. These people are generally located at Terai region in Nepal and Uttar Pradesh in India. PGVS along with the support of Christian Aid, Cordaid, Practical Action, CSDR, Red Cross Society Nepal and others vows to strengthen people and communities by the structural process of Early Warning System.

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