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Pro-poor Policy Approaches to Address Risk and Vulnerability at the Country Level The programme “Pro-poor Policy Approaches to Address Risk and Vulnerability at the Country Level” (GCP/RAS/276/IFA and TCP/RAS/3405) is financially supported by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and International Fund ...
FAO, IFAD, GON, (2015)
Nepal Update July 2016 Rural women constitute 43 percent of the total 83 percent population living in the rural areas of Nepal. As in many developing countries, women have played an important and often unrecognized role in the agriculture sector in Nepal that sustains near...
FAO, (2016)
SDGs in Nepal Goal 12 : Info-graphics Where do Nepal’s seven provinces stand in terms of each of the Sustainable Development Goals? This series of info-graphics developed by United Nations Nepal in partnership with Nepal in Data and published in the Republica national daily, illustrates ...
UNDP, (2018)
Nepal Economic Update The successful election of a new parliament and subsequent formation of a popularly mandated government provide a more conducive environment for private sector activity and economic policy. The uncertainties brought about by Nepal’s prolonged politic...
WB, (2014)
The Economic Viability of Jatropha Biodiesel in Nepal Nepal depends entirely on imports for meeting its demand for petroleum products, which account for the largest share in total import volume. Diesel is the main petroleum product consumed in the country and accounts for 38 percent of the total nationa...
WB, (2015)
Lessons Learned by the WIN Project on Livelihoods Diversification and Enterprise Development The pilot WIN project (Empowerment of Women in Irrigation and Water Resources Management for Household Food Security) was an operational research project implemented by FAO from 2000-2003. The project was designed specifically to test a multi-sectora...
FAO, (2005)
Progress Report On The 10-Year Framework Of Programmes On Sustainable Consumption And Production Patterns: Note By The Secretary-General In its resolution 66/288, the General Assembly endorsed the outcome document of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, entitled “The future we want”, in which the Conference adopted the 10-year framework of programmes on sustainabl...
UN, (2015)
Assessing Woodfuel Supply and Demand in Displacement Settings A technical handbook This manual presents a methodology for assessing woodfuel supply and demand at the level of the displacement camp through the collection of primary data in the field and remote sensing analysis. The methodology uses a multi-sectoral approach to asses...
FAO, UNHCR, (2016)
Cereal supply and demand balance for sub-Saharan African countries. Situation as of May 2016 This report is based on information available as of May 2016. The FAO/GIEWS Country Cereal Balance System (CCBS) is a database of annual supply and utilization balances for main cereals, covering all countries of the world. It has been maintained by...
FAO, (2016)
Harnessing ICTs for Local Development: The Case of Rural - Urban Partnership Programme in Nepal Rural - Urban Partnership Programme (RUPP) came into operation from September 7, 1997 with the objective of strengthening good urban governance for improving people’s livelihoods and strengthen the local economies by taking advantages of the social a...
RUPP/UNDP, (2003)
Impact Study of the Micro Finance in Micro Enterprise Development Program Micro enterprise development program is a multilateral donor funded poverty reduction initiative supported by government of Nepal and the United Nations Development Program. #Poverty reduction #Enterprises ...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2009)
Micro Economic Development Programme Nepal's rural economy has been excessively dependent on agriculture and in the last three four decades,the country has been facing the rapid increase in population while the growth of agriculture has not been able to achieve the parallel growth. The ...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2001)
Micro Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation -Volume 2 (Nuwakot and Nawalparasi) Micro-enterprise development has always remained the backbone of the national economy due to its contribution to employment opportunities, income for the poor and overall empowerment as a consequence. This research was conducted to assess the r...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2013)
Micro Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation -Volume 2 (Prospects of Increasing the Usage of Allo Yarn in Carpet Factories in Kathmandu) Carpet weaving is an old tradition in Nepal. Carpet is a major export item. Natural fibers like jute, hemp, Allo, etc. are gaining popularity in the carpet market. The supply of Allo yarn has not met the demand of carpet factory. This study was condu...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2013)
Micro Enterprises Development Programme (MEDEP) Micro entreprise development programe based on lesson learnt and best practise from the first phase. The main objective of MEDEP is to improve the socio-economic status of low income families including the hardcore poor and socially excluded familie...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2006)
Micro Enterprises, Development for Poverty Alleviation Micro economic entrepreneur play a vital role in poverty poverty reduction in both rural and and urban areas and reinforce for urban and rural linkage for economic and social development in Nepal....
MEDEP/UNDP, (2010)
74th UN DAY 2019 Various Handicraft made by the People of Bungamati showcasing in the stall of UNHABITAT on the occasion of UN Day 2019. #UNDay #74 #2019 #UNHABITAT #Handicrafts #Bungamati #creativity #Handwork #SDGs #Sustainable #Globalgoal ...
UNIC, (2019)