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Micro Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation -Volume 2 (Kailali District) Though having the potential to develop,the micro-enterprise sector could not grow significantly in the recent past due to lack of access to services. In order to address this issue, the GoN has been according high priority to the development of micro...
MEDEP/UNDP-MOI, (2013)
Micro-Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation Volume II (Sindhupalchowk) The concept of 'Community Forestry' (CF) was formally launched in Nepal in 1978. It was given high priority by 'Master Plan for Forestry Sector' (MPFS) developed in 1989 (FINIDA, 1989). The CF is concerned with people's participation in 'Protection',...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2013)
Micro- Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation- Volume 2 (Analytical Summary of Research Reports) There were 18 reports (14 theses: 1 Doctoral, 10 Master, and 4 Bachelor; and 4 research reports: 2 commodity feasibility studies and 2 district feasibility studies) reviewed. This section presents the analytical summary of these theses and reports....
MEDEP/UNDP, (2013)
Micro-Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation Volume II (Rural Nepal) The UNDP and the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Nepal, have considered micro-enterprises as the enterprise that have up to five employees, with a value of investments (excluding land and buildings) of up to 1,430 US$ for manufacturing (up...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2013)
Micro Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation -Volume 1 Micro economic enterprises play a vital role in poverty reduction in both rural and urban areas, and reinforce urban-rural linkages for economic and social development in Nepal. The linkages are essential not only for utilization of local resources...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2010)
Micro Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation -Volume 2 Micro-enterprise generates employment and contributes significantly to alleviate poverty in rural areas. Because of its labor-intensive nature, vegetable-based micro-enterprise generates a large number of employment. Despite its importance in generat...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2013)