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UN High Commissioner For Human Rights, Navi Pillay Statement To The Media The government of Nepal for the cooperation it has extended during my visit, and particularly for its willingness to discuss human rights issues frankly. I would also like to thank the people of Nepal for their warm welcome. during my visit, I held d...
UNHR, (2009)
Bhutanese Refugees On Strike in Kathmandu The UN refugee agency has noted some 50 Bhutanese refugees demonstrating in front of the UN House in Kathmandu since Friday, 02 June 2006, to draw the attention of the international community for an early resolution of the Bhutanese refugee issue. An...
UNHCR, (2006)
Government of Australia Contributes US $ 534,351 to UNHCR’s Nepal programmes The Government of Australia, Department of Immigration and Multicultural Affairs (DIMA), has contributed US$ 432,595 towards the UN refugee agency’s 2006/2007 Annual Budget Programme for Nepal plus USD 101,756 for the protection of, and assistance to...
UNHCR, (2006)
Government of Germany Contributes 100,000 Euro To UNHCR’s Nepal Programme The Government of Federal Republic of Germany has contributed 100,000 Euro towards Humanitarian Assistance and International Protection for the Bhutanese refugees in Nepal. This contribution is in response to a specific proposal submitted by UNHCR to...
UNHCR, (2006)
Government of Japan Contributes US$ 2 Million to UNHCR’s Nepal Programme The Government of Japan, has contributed US $2,000,000(two million) to UNHCR’s 2006 Annual Programme Budget for Nepal, boosting the refugee agency's ability to provide continued protection and assistance for the refugees in camps in eastern Nepal. Ex...
UNHCR, (2006)
Nepal Investment Bank Contributes NPR 640,000 to UNHCR’s Nepal Programme Nepal Investment Bank Limited (NIBL), a local bank in Nepal, has contributed NPR 640,000 equivalent to US$ 8,557 towards UNHCR’s Annual Programme for Bhutanese refugees in camps in eastern Nepal. Expressing his gratitude, UNHCR’s Representative in Ne...
UNHCR, (2006)
Resettlement of 16 Vulnerable Refugees from Bhutan on Protection Grounds The UN refugee agency has noted the recent protests and demonstrations by some refugees from Bhutan on the granting of exit visas to the 16 vulnerable individuals for resettlement to USA and Canada. UNHCR wishes to inform that these cases were submit...
UNHCR, (2006)
UN Inter-agency HIV/AIDS Assessment Mission Conducted Among Conflict-affected Populations and Displaced Persons in Nepal The UN refugee agency together with UNAIDS Secretariat, WFP, UNWFPA, OCHA, UNESCO, UNDP, and NGOs including AMDA and GWP, LWF and the Government of Nepal including the National Centre for Aids and STD Control, have concluded a 12-day HIV/AIDS Assess...
UNHCR, (2006)
UNHCR Global Refugee Tally At 26-Year Low While Internally Displaced Increase While the number of refugees worldwide has reached a 26-year low, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees reported today that its annual global count of uprooted people rose last year to nearly 21 million, primarily because of the agency’s expanding ...
UNHCR, (2006)
Nepal Fact Sheet March 2016 In Nepal, persons of concern to UNHCR include refugees from Bhutan, Tibetan new arrivals, urban refugees and asylum‐seekers. Nepal has not acceded to the 1951 Refugee Convention or its 1967 Protocol, and has no domestic asylum legislation. The Govern...
UNHCR, (2016)
Remarks By Richard Bennett, OHCHR-Nepal Representative at The Reporters Club on The Occasion Of International Day For The Disappeared The Conflict Victims’ Society for justice nepal for the invitation to join you today in support of the families of the disappeared.Enforced disappearance was one of the most serious violations of human rights and humanitarian law committed during th...
UNHRC, (2008)
UNHCR Calls on Refugees To Show Restrain and Halt Growing Violence in The Camps in Eastern Nepal The UN refugee agency expressed grave concern over the death of one refugee minor and several injured refugees and policemen during the clash which first started between the refugees and later with the police in the Beldangi II refugee camp in Jhapa ...
UNHCR, (2007)
UNHCR’s New HIV/AIDS Awareness Project For Conflict-affected Populations In Nepal UNHCR has started a new project for strengthening HIV and AIDS services among the conflict-affected populations in Nepal with funding from the Department for International Development (DFID), channelled through UNAIDS. This six months project will be...
UNHCR, (2007)
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has a mandate to lead and coordinate global action to protect the rights and well-being of tens of millions of refugees, internally displaced persons and others of concern, inclu...
UNAIDS, UNHCR, (2015)
Refugee Management UNHCR's main objectives in Nepal were to support the Government, in identifying and implementing durable solutions for Bhutanese refugees, with a focus on re-registration of camp populations, re-settlement of refugees and issuance of basic documents;...
UNHCR, (2006)
UNHCR/WFP Joint Assessment Mission Report Assistance to the Refugees from Bhutan in Nepal Following the enforcement of restrictive and discriminatory citizenship laws in Bhutan, over 100,000 refugees from Bhutan fled to Nepal in the early 1990s, where they were recognized on a prima facie basis by the Government of Nepal (GoN). The refuge...
UNHCR, WFP, (2012)
United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Nepal This is a report of OHCHR’s investigations into the arrest, detention, torture and continuing disappearance of individuals arrested by the Royal Nepalese Army (RNA, now the Nepalese (Army) and held in Maharajgunj barracks in Kathmandu in 2003 on susp...
UN, (2006)
Dhading District: Shelter Recovery Assessment, 28 May-3 June 2015 On 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal with its epicenter in Lamjung District, approximately 81 km northwest of the country capital, Kathmandu. Another earthquake of magnitude 7.3 followed on 12 May 2015 in Dolakha District. REACH,...
UNHCR, (2015)
Dolakha District: Shelter Recovery Assessment, 27 May-1 June 2015 On 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal with its epicenter inLamjung District, approximately 81 km northwest of the country capital, Kathmandu. Another earthquake of magnitude 7.3 followed on 12 May 2015 in Dolakha District. REACH, ...
UNHCR, (2015)
Kavrepalanchok District: Shelter Recovery Assessment, 30 May-4 June 2015 On 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal with its epicenter in Lamjung District, approximately 81 km northwest of the country capital, Kathmandu. Another earthquake of magnitude 7.3 followed on 12 May 2015 in Dolakha District. REACH,...
UNHCR, (2015)
Okhaldhunga District: Shelter Recovery Assessment, 26 May-31 May 2015 On 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal with its epicenter in Lamjung District, approximately 81 km northwest of the country capital, Kathmandu. Another earthquake of magnitude 7.3 followed on 12 May 2015 in Dolakha District. REACH,...
UNHCR, (2015)
Nepal UNHCR’s 2010 in Nepal operation ran the largest resettlement programmer in the world, sending some 14,800 refugees, originally from Bhutan, to third countries. Since the large-scale operation began at the end of 2007,more than 40,000 refugees have ...
GoN, UNHCR, (2010)
90,000 refugees from Bhutan resettled A major landmark was reached today when the 90,000th refugee from Bhutan departed from Nepal on resettlement. Eleven-year-old Suman Tamang left Kathmandu for Toronto, Canada, accompanied by his parents and younger brother. When they arrive in Toron...
IOM, UNHCR, (2014)
OHCHR-­Nepal and UNICEF-­Nepal Joint Press Release 15 September 2006 UN agencies concerned that children are again used in demonstrations KATHMANDU, September 15: United Nations agencies are concerned that children are again being deployed by adults to participate in demonstrations and rallies. “We are worried about their safety, we are worried that they are missing school, and we ...
UNOHCHR, UNICEF, (2006)
Nepal Earthquake Response: Ramechhap District- Factsheet (26 May-1 June 2015) On 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal with its epicenter in Lamjung District, approximately 81 km northwest of the country capital, Kathmandu. Another earthquake of magnitude 7.3 followed on 12 May 2015 in Dolakha District. REACH,...
UNHCR, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake Response: Rasuwa District - Factsheet (29 May-3 June 2015) On 25 April 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal with its epicenter in Lamjung District, approximately 81 km northwest of the country capital, Kathmandu. Another earthquake of magnitude 7.3 followed on 12 May 2015 in Dolakha District. REACH,...
UNHCR, (2015)
Homemade Bomb Thrown Inside Compound Of OHCHR-Nepal Office In Nepalgunj Improvised explosive device IED was thrown into the compound of OHCHR nepal regional Office in nepalgunj on 13 February at about 8:10 pm. no OHCHR staff was in the building at the time of the explosion, which caused no material damage. Shortly after ...
UNHR, (2009)
IOM and UNHCR Condemns Attack On Refugee Bus In Eastern Nepal The International Organisation for Migration and the UN refugee agency condemns the attack on IOM bus Monday evening by some masked men near the Khudunabari refugee camp in eastern Nepal, which left the IOM driver and two refugees from Bhutan injured...
UNHCR, (2008)
Special Rapporteur On Indigenous People Visiting Nepal The invitation of the Government, the Special rapporteur on the situation of human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous people, S. james anaya, will visit nepal from 24 november to 2 December. during the nine-day mission, the Special rapport...
UNHR, (2008)
Victim And Others At Risk After Conviction Of Two Persons In Domestic Violence Case In Nepalgunj OHCHR nepal is deeply concerned about reports of threats received by the victim, human rights defenders and others in-relation to their involvement in the case of Has run idrisi, which was decided by the Bank District Court on 19 January. OHCHR- nepa...
UNHR, (2009)
Press Statement (2008) The International Organization for Migration (IOM), the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the UN World Food Programme (WFP) strongly condemn the attack on the IOM bus on Wednesday, 21 May 2008, near Sanischare refugee camp in Morang district. This is the...
UNHCR, IOM, WFP, (2008)
New UNHCR Representative for Nepal The newly appointed UNHCR Representative in Nepal, Mr. Stéphane Jaquemet, presented the Letter of Credentials to the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Nepal, Her Excellency Mrs. Sujata Koirala on Wednesday. Before coming to Nepal, he serv...
UNHCR, (2010)
Resettlement of Refugees from Bhutan Passes 20,000 Mark The UN refugee agency and the International Organization for Migration on Tuesday announced that over 20,000 refugees from Bhutan have left camps in Nepal for resettlement countries since the beginning for programme in November 2007. The United State...
IOM, UNHCR, (2009)
Statement of The United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in Nepal 1 August 2007- On The Safe And Unhindered Access to Flood-Affected Communities in Nepal Due to the recent flooding in the terai it is essential that humanitarian organizations responding to the crisis are provided unhindered and safe access to flood-affected populations. recent estimates suggest as many as 230,000 people may have been a...
UNHCR, (2007)
Bhutan/Nepal Trapped by Inequality: Bhutanese Refugee Women in Nepal Bhutanese women, living as refugees in Nepal, many for more than a decade, confront not only the hardship of life in refugee camps, but also the injustice of gender-based violence and discrimination. Refugee women and girls have reported rape, sexual...
UNHCR, (2003)
PUT AN END TO THIS CRUELTY AGAINST ME: Lessons Learned from the High Commissioner’s Special Project on Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Nepal In 2012, the High Commissioner’s Special Project on Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) in Nepal offered a unique opportunity to more comprehensively address the issue of SGBV in the refugee camps.The interventions under the Project made use of i...
UNHCR, (2012)
Resettlement of Refugees from Bhutan passes 75,000 mark Six-year-old Yagandra Kami flew to Pennsylvania in the United States on Wednesday, becoming the 75,000th refugee from Bhutan to be resettled from Nepal under a major resettlement program launched in November 2007. "Today we celebrate this turning po...
UNHCR-IOM, (2012)
Resettlement of refugees from Bhutan reaches 100,000 milestone The UN refugee agency and the International Organization for Migration today marked a major milestone in the resettlement of refugees from Bhutan in Nepal, with 100,000 people having been referred for resettlement to third countries since 2007. Nearl...
UNHCR-IOM, (2007)
The Changing Lens on Gender In October and November 2012, a group of refugee men from Bhutan in the Beldangi and Sanischare camps in eastern Nepal participated in a photography project, where, following discussions on gender roles and masculinities, and after a basic photo work...
UNHCR, (2012)
Thousands of Refugees Homeless in Nepal after Fire Razes Camp Thousands of refugees from Bhutan in eastern Nepal are homeless after a devastating fire swept through Goldhap refugee camp Saturday night,burning 80 percent of the camp to the ground and injuring seven refugees.“This is a disaster and an absolutely ...
UNHCR, (2008)
UNHCR welcomes contribution of NPR 330 million (EURO)2950000 from European Commission UNHCR welcomes contribution of NPR 330 Million (EURO 2,950,000) from European Commission KATHMANDU, 28 December (UNHCR) – The European Commission and UNHCR concluded an agreement recently under which the Commission will contribute EURO 2,950,000 ...
UNHCR-EU, (2011)
OHCHR Urges The Prompt Establishment Of A Witness And Victim Protection Mechanism In Nepal Following the conclusion of a South Asian Regional seminar and a national consultation on witness and victim protection, attended by representatives from the South Asian countries as well as Nepal, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rig...
UNHR, (2010)
OHCHR-Nepal Urges all to react peacefully To Political Developments OHCHR-Nepal urges all parties to exercise restrain tin response to Sunday’s political developments. Organist of rallies should ensure that participants act in a peaceful manner and within the law.Police should prevent violence and respond with re...
UNHR, (2009)
Transitional Justice Mechanism Cannot Provide Amnesty For Serious Human Right Violations And War Crimes The establishment of a transitional justice mechanism empowered to provide amnesty for the perpetrators of serious human rights violations and war crimes is contrary to Nepal’s commitments under international law. The adoption of the proposed...
UNRC, (2012)
UN Concerned About Reports Of Threats And Intimidation Of Journalists The United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal is concerned over continued reports of threats and intimidation faced by journalists in some eastern characteristic of Nepal.Since the beginning of May has received at ...
UNHR, (2010)
UNHCR Global Appeal 2011 Update (2015 July 20) Nepal is in the midst of a political transition, with general elections planned for late 2011. However, those elections will only take place if a new constitution is promulgated by May 2011, provided differences between the country’s various politica...
UNHCR, (2015)
Addressing HIV in the Context of Resettlement in Nepal Over 104,000 refugees from Bhutan were residing in seven camps in Eastern Nepal. This is a protracted refugee situation with the first refugees arriving in 1992. A large-scale programme of resettlement to third countries was launched in October 2007 ...
UNHCR, (2010)
From Refugee to a New Life The Government of Nepal together with UNHCR has over the last 20 years supported some 108,000 refugees from Bhutan. Throughout this protracted refugee situation, from the time the refugees arrived in Nepal in the 1990’s to the time of resettlement, ...
UNHCR, (2013)
Micronutrient Powder Use and Outcomes in Refugee Camps in Nepal (ASIA) According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the number of refugees at the end of 2007 stood at 11.4 million, including 1.7 million people considered to be in a refugee-like situation. Developing countries hosted 82% of the...
WFP, UNHCR, (2009)
Nepal - Country Fact Sheet 2009 The report stated public health including malnutrition, food and security, maternal and newborn health, family planning, sexual and gender based violence, monitoring and evaluation, prevention, care and treatment, water, sanitation and hygiene. #Cou...
UNHCR, (2009)
Nepal - UNHCR Mid Year Progress Report 2001 The initial objectives of this project is as follows: 1. Facilitate bilateral discussions between the Governments of Nepal and Bhutan to seek durable solutions for Bhutanese refugees. 2. Provide protection and assistance to Bhutanese refugees until...
UNHCR, (2001)
NEW ISSUES IN REFUGEE RESEARCH (Research paper No.258) Waves of Life: The role of Radio in Bhutanese Refugee Camps in Nepal (July 2013) Radios are powerful objects. They transmit information to societies, nurture communities and, as in the case of the Rwandan genocide, even destroy them (Kellow and Steeves 1998,107). Though in the Western world radio is often perceived as an outdated...
UNHCR, (2013)
Launching of UNCTAD Report The Least and Development Governance 2009 Journalist and UN staff are attending the Event of Launching of UNCTAD Report The Least and Development Governance 2009, In UN House Organized by United Nations Information Centre. #Journalist #PhotoJournalist # UNStaff #UNIC #Photo #2009 #UNCTAD...
UNIC, (2009)
Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Migrants on his Mission to Nepal During the mission of Felipe González Morales to Nepal from 29 January to 5 February 2018, the Special Rapporteur met with representatives of the Government, the National Human Rights Commission, the diplomatic community, members of the United Natio...
UN, (2018)
(Error) Family:In Nepal, Family Torn Between New Life and Leaving Loved Ones Behind DAMAK, Nepal, June 17 (UNHCR) –Seventy-nine-year-old Keshar Singh Rai vividly remembers the day he started his life as a refugee. It was August 1992, when he came to Nepal from Bhutan with his wife Bhai Maya Rai and their three sons. #Family #Re...
UNHCR, (2013)
(Wrong File) Operational highlights In 2010, UNHCR’s Nepal operation ran the largest resettlement program in the world, sending some 14,800 refugees, originally from Bhutan, to third countries. Since the large-scale operation began at the end of 2007, more than 40,000 refugees have be...
UNHCR, (2010)
(Wrong File) Put an End to this Cruelty against me Lessons learned from the High Commissioner’s Special Project on Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Nep KATHMANDU, 22 May – The newly-appointed UNHCR Representative in Nepal, Mr. Steven Craig Sanders, presented his Letter of Credentials to Honorable Minister for Foreign Affairs, His Excellency Mr. Madhav Prasad Ghimire on Wednesda...
UNHCR, (2010)
(Wrong File) Wednesday, 13 January 2010 New UNHCR Representative for Nepal KATHMANDU, 13 January – The newly appointed UNHCR Representative in Nepal, Mr. Stéphane Jaquemet, presented the Letter of Credentials to the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Nepal, Her Excellency Mrs. Sujata Koirala on Wednesd...
UNHCR, (2010)
At 99, Grandma From Bhutan Chooses New Life Over Old Ninety-nine-year-old Bishnu Maya Bharati Nepal comes out to greet visitors to her home in Beldangi, Nepal. The old woman, along with eight family members, has been waiting to get resettled in the United States, the largest destination of refugees fro...
UNHCR, (2011)
EU-Funded Water Project and Police Station Inaugurated in Damak, Eastern Nepal On Tuesday, the Dumse drinking water project and the Beldangi police station, both funded by the European Union, were inaugurated in the Damak Municipality (Jhapa district, eastern Nepal. Both projects are part of the overall EU funding of €...
UNHCR, (2014)
European Union Donates Fire Fighting Truck to the Damak Municipality in Eastern Nepal European Union donated a fire fighting truck, equipped to fight all types of fires, to the Damak Municipality in Jhapa district in eastern Nepal. This donation is expected to help the Damak Municipality in providing immediate and efficien...
UNHCR, (2012)
Government of Nepal Issues ID Cards to Refugees From Bhutan in Eastern Nepal The Government of Nepal and the UN refugee agency today started a massive operation to distribute identity cards to the refugees from Bhutan living in the seven camps in Jhapa and Morang district of eastern Nepal, a move that will improve protection ...
GON-UNHCR, (2007)
Information Paper on ID Card Following the Census exercise, the Government of Nepal and UNHCR wishes to announce that Refugee Identity Cards will be distributed to all registered refugees in seven camps - Beldangi I, Beldangi II, Beldangi Ext., Timai, Khudunabari and Goldhap in ...
UNHCR, (2007)
NEPAL Nepal hosts a large number of refugees and asylum-seekers, mainly from Bhutan, although their numbers have steadily decreased in recent years as a result of the resettlement program. With the support of the Government of Nepal and the international ...
UNHCR, (2012)
New UNHCR Report says Global Forced Displacement at an 18 Year High A report released today by UNHCR, the UN's refugee agency, says that more people are refugees or internally displaced at any time 1994, with the crisis in Syria having emerged as a major new factor in global displacement. #RefugeesAndInternallyDisp...
UNHCR, (2012)
New UNHCR Reports Says Global Forced Displacement at an 18 Year High A report released today by UNHCR the UN's refugees agency says that more people are refugees or internally displaced than at any time since 1994 with the crisis in Syria having emerged as a major new factor in global displacement. #DisplacementOfPer...
UNHCR, (2013)
On World Refugee Day, Guterres Says Refugee Protection More Challenging Marking World Refugee Day on Friday 20 June, UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres said that providing protection for refugees today is vastly more challenging than when his office began work in 1951 trying to find solutions for European...
UNHCR, (2008)
Over 8000 Refugees From Bhutan Resettled in 2008 UNHCR continues to ensure that refugees are able to make a free and informed decision regarding solutions. Comprehensive and transparent information on resettlement and other durable solutions are provided to the refugees through regular inform...
UNHCR, (2009)
Considerable Amount of Reduction in the Supply of Essential Items, UNHCR The news reports published on 23March 2005 regarding a supposed announcement by UNHCR in early March of a “considerable amount of reduction in the supply of essential items” to the Bhutanese refugees in eastern Nepal, have come to our attention. Th...
UNHCR, (2005)
UNHCR Nepal observes World Water Day in the Bhutanese Refugee Camps Water is critical for sustainable development, including environmental integrity and the alleviation of poverty and hunger, and is indispensable for human health and well-being. The United Nations General Assembly at its 58th session in December 2003...
UNHCR, (2005)
UNHRC Nepal Factsheet UNHCR maintains direct contact with the Government both at the central and local level. It is an active member of a number of joint UN coordination mechanisms in the country and leads several thematic coordination mechanisms. implementing Partners mi...
UNHCR, (2014)
Ms. Kyung-Wha Kang-United Nations Deputy High Commissioner For Human Rights Statement To The Media The Government of Nepal for the cooperation it has extended to me during my visit. Over the past three days I held discussions with the Prime Minister, political leaders, the Minister of Peace and Reconstruction, members of the Constituent Assembly, ...
UNHR, (2011)
Nepal Peace and Development Strategy: A contribution to development planning from Nepal’s international development partners Nepal international development partners are committed to supporting the peace process.The Strategy was developed over the past year by a cross-section of local international actors including UN agencies, bilateral aid agencies, internationa...
UNRC, (2012)
UN Day ceremony in Kathmandu, 23 October 2009 The United Nations is heavily invested in Nepal. Perhaps more so than ever in our almost 60 year presence.UN staff are involved in many spheres of Nepali life, be it as arms or food monitors, as education or constitutional experts, as adviser or imp...
UNHCR, (2009)
General Assembly - UNHCR Activities Financed by Voluntary Funds : Report for 1994-1995 and Proposed Programmes and Budget for 1996 At 31 December 1994, 86,100 refugees and asylum-seekers from Bhutan, largely of ethnic Nepalese origin, were registered and assisted by UNHCR in eight camps in the south-eastern districts of Jhapa and Morang in Nepal. According to Nepalese authoritie...
UNHCR, (1996)
Joint Assessment Mission Report Assistance to the Bhutanese Refugees in Nepal The 2008 Joint Assessment Mission was held from 9 through 20 June. Representatives from UNHCR and WFP and two donor representatives (ECHO, and the US Embassy) based in Kathmandu accompanied their colleagues based in Damak in the far eastern areas of ...
WFP/UNHCR, (2008)
Nepal - 2002 UNHCR Statistical Yearbook This yearbook consists of statistical outcome related to the following topic for the year 2002: 1. REFUGEES, ASYLUM-SEEKERS AND OTHERS OF CONCERN TO UNHCR. 2. DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS, LOCATION, LEGAL BASIS AND RECOGNITION, END 0F 2002. 3. REFU...
UNHCR, (2002)
Nepal - 2003 UNHCR Statistical Yearbook This yearbook consists of statistical outcome related to the following topic for the year 2003: 1. REFUGEES, ASYLUM-SEEKERS AND OTHERS OF CONCERN TO UNHCR. 2. DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS, LOCATION, LEGAL BASIS AND RECOGNITION, END 0F 2003. 3. R...
UNHCR, (2003)
Nepal - 2004 UNHCR Statistical Yearbook This yearbook consists of statistical outcome related to the following topic for the year 2004: 1. REFUGEES, ASYLUM-SEEKERS AND OTHERS OF CONCERN TO UNHCR. 2. DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS, LOCATION, LEGAL BASIS AND RECOGNITION, END 0F 2004. 3. R...
UNHCR, (2004)
Nepal - 2005 UNHCR Statistical Yearbook This yearbook consists of statistical outcome related to the following topic for the year 2005: 1. REFUGEES, ASYLUM-SEEKERS AND OTHERS OF CONCERN TO UNHCR. 2. DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS, LOCATION, LEGAL BASIS AND RECOGNITION, END 0F 2005. 3. R...
UNHCR, (2005)
Nepal - UNHCR Global Appeal 2003 The main objectives of this report are mentioned below: ■ Urge the Governments of Bhutan and Nepal to resume the bilateral verification of refugees as soon as possible, with a view to solving the Bhutanese refugee issue. ■ Provide protection and ba...
UNHCR, (2003)
Nepal - UNHCR Mid Year Report 2000 The initial objective of this reports are mentioned below : · Protect and assist Bhutanese refugees until a lasting solution is found. · Support bilateral efforts by the Governments of Bhutan and Nepal to find such a durable solution. · Emphasise ...
UNHCR, (2000)
Nepal in short - UNHCR 2001 Global Appeal Main objectives of this report are mentioned below: • Facilitate bilateral discussions between the Governments of Bhutan and Nepal to seek durable solutions for Bhutanese refugees. • Provide protection and assistance to Bhutanese refugees until a l...
UNHCR, (2001)
Report of WFP/UNHCR Joint Assessment Mission Regarding Assistance to Bhutanese Refugees in Nepal (25 August – 9 September 2003) The 2003 WFP/UNHCR Joint Assessment Mission (JAM) took place in Nepal from August 25th to September 9th 2003. In accordance with the Terms of Reference, the Mission carried out a regular management review and needs assessment. This work was conducte...
HMG, WFP-UNHCR, (2003)
Preventing and Reducing Statelessness: The 1961 Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness The UN General Assembly selected UNHCR for the task of assisting States to avoid statelessness not only because refugee and statelessness problems sometimes overlap, but also because dealing with statelessness requires, in many ways, a similar approa...
UNHCR, (2014)
Asia and the Pacific Huge disparities in wealth across the region and the denial of fundamental rights in some countries have driven broad population movements in Asia. As these flows consist of both victims of forced displacement and economic migrants, a primary challen...
UNHCR, (2009)
UNHCR Nepal Factsheet UNHCR maintains direct contact with the Government both at the central and local level.It is an active member of a number of joint UN coordination mechanisms in the country and leads several thematic coordination mechanisms.Nepal, the persons of con...
UNHCR, (2014)
Behavioral Surveillance Survey among Refugees and Surrounding Host Community - Jhapa and Morang districts, Nepal (November 2005) A Behavioural Surveillance Study (BSS) was undertaken in seven refugee camps and selected surrounding host community sites in south-eastern Nepal in October and November 2005. This information will be used to strengthen HIV prevention programs in the...
UNHCR, (2005)
Nepal - UNHCR Global Report 2003 Urge the Governments of Bhutan and Nepal to resolve the situation of protracted camp populations in Nepal; provide international protection with special attention to the issues related to SGBV; assist Tibetan arrivals in transit; provide legal advice...
UNHCR, (2003)
Nepal - UNHCR Global Report 2005 UNHCR's main objectives in Nepal were to support the Government in identifying and implementing durable solutions for Bhutanese refugees, with a focus on re-registration of camp populations, resettlement of refugees and issuance of basic documents; p...
UNHCR, (2005)
Nepal - UNHCR Global Report 2006 In July, the Government of Nepal and UNHCR reached agreement on a census of refugees in camps in the country. UNHCR assisted more than 3,300 Tibetans in transit through Nepal, including approximately 2,400 new arrivals. The Office protected and assis...
UNHCR, (2006)
Nepal - UNHCR 2002 Global Appeal - 165 In the pursuit of a durable solution for some 100,400 Bhutanese refugees in Nepal, the Governments of Bhutan and Nepal held their tenth round of bilateral talks in Kathmandu in December 2000. During these talks the two Governments agreed upon a defin...
UNHCR, (2002)
Nepal - UNHCR Global Appeal 2004 The main objectives of this report are mentioned below: • Urge the Governments of Nepal and Bhutan to find durable solutions for the Bhutanese camp population. • Provide international protection to this population pending durable solutions. • Impl...
UNHCR, (2004)
Nepal - UNHCR Global Appeal 2005 The main objectives of this report are mentioned below: • Actively support the Government of Nepal to provide refugees with international protection and seek durable solutions. • Safeguard the welfare of vulnerable refugees through the establishmen...
UNHCR, (2005)
Nepal - UNHCR Global Appeal 2007 The main objectives of the report are mentioned below: • Seek durable solutions for refugees and asylum-seekers to bring an end to their protracted situation in the camps, while continuing to ensure they receive adequate legal and physical protectio...
UNHCR, (2007)
Nepal - UNHCR Global Appeal 2009 Update The main objectives of the report are mentioned as follows: • Seek durable solutions for refugees and asylum-seekers, notably through large-scale resettlement; ensure that they are able to make informed and free decisions; and that those with specif...
UNHCR, (2009)
Nepal - UNHCR Global Appeal 2010 - 11 The main objectives of this report are mentioned below: Favourable protection environment 1. Ensure standards of protection are met for all refugees and asylum-seekers, taking into account age, gender and diversity, with particular attention to the...
UNHCR, (2011)
Nepal - UNHCR Global Appeal 2013 The main objectives of this report are mentioned below: Favourable protection environment 1. Access to territory is improved and the risk of refoulement reduced. - No credible cases of refoulement are reported. Security from violence and exploita...
UNHCR, (2013)
Nepal - UNHCR Global Report 2000 The main objective and activities of this report are listed below: 1. Protect and assist Bhutanese refugees until a durable solution is found. 2. Support bilateral efforts by the Governments of Bhutan and Nepal to identify such a solution. 3. Emph...
UNHCR, (2000)
Nepal - UNHCR Global Report 2001 The Bhutanese refugees remained the single largest refugee group in the region. As lasting solutions are not yet in prospect, UNHCR’s initial objectives remained to facilitate bilateral discussions between the Governments of Bhutan and Nepal; to expl...
UNHCR, (2001)
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