National Database on SLEM Practitioners for the development of institutional and individual networks has been prepared. Database consist of 362 SLEM practitioners comprising of 117 organisations/ institutions, 159 individuals and community groups of SLEM practitioners, 21 awards winning practitioners and 65 other organizations. The database having detailed information on the SLEM best practices developed/ adopted in the country by institutions/ organizations and individuals. This data base will also provide information on community-specific traditional/ indigenous practices for water conservation, land management, natural resource management including agriculture in the region