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Inter Agency Common Feedback Project - Reconstruction and Food Security and Livelihood. n July 2017 the Inter-Agency Common Feedback Project (CFP) collected feedback from 2100 respondents, randomly selected from earthquake affected communities across the 14 priority affected districts on reconstruction and food security and livelihood i...
CFP-UNRCO, (2017)
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)
Adaptation for Smallholders in Hilly Areas (ASHA) Supervision report The Adaptation for Smallholders in Hilly Areas (ASHA) project entered into force on 26 February 2015, and is scheduled to be completed in 6 years (February 2021) and closed on 30 September 2021. The development objective of ASHA is the following: "v...
UN, (2016)
civil & political rights:Torture & Detention Written statement* submitted by the South Asia Human Rights Documentation Centre(SAHRDC), a non-governmental organization in special consultative status Torture and arbitrary and illegal detentions are serious problems in Nepal. They exist despite stated Government policy, the Constitution of Nepal and international covenants to which Nepal has acceded. However, the problems exist as persistent too...
UN, (2004)
NEPAL COMMUNITYFEEDBACK REPORT Issue: Food Security and Livelihoods Across 14 districts, 81 percent of respondents stated that their family’s daily food needs are being met. This is a signi cant improvement over the last round of the Food Security and Livelihood survey (July 2016), in which only 54 percent of respon...
UN, (2017)
ANNUAL HOUSEHOLD SURVEY 2014/15 Nepal has shown progress in social-demographic indicators in the past decades but the economic growth has been very slow. Employment and Labour force situation reflects the working capability of a country. Information on the current labour force situ...
-UNDP, (2016)
Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific Many economies in the ESCAP region continue to perform impressively, and the region as a whole is now a major contributor to global growth. In 2005, growth in gross domestic product slowed only slightly, and inflation remained mild by historical stan...
UNESCAP, (2006)
South Asia Booklet on Child-relevant Socioeconomic Indicators The social indicators in this collection are well-established. Some economic indicators are selected to show the performance of the economy as a basis for the capacity of the country,and families, to provide for children. #Children #EconomicIndica...
UNICEF, (2006)
NEPAL’s CITIZENS CLIMATE BUDGET Presents how the budget is being allocated to address climate change and its effects. It uses official information from the Ministry of Finance and other Government agencies in Nepal.Economic affairs includes general economic, commercial and labour a...
UNDP, (2017)
SMALL AREA ESTIMATION OF FOOD INSECURITY AND UNDERNUTRITION IN NEPAL Poverty, food insecurity, under nutrition and morbidity in Nepal are characterized by regional variation.Factors such as proneness to natural disasters, distribution and quality of land, access to education and health facilities, level of infrastruct...
GoV, WFP, (2014)
NEPAL L.E.D. DIARY – JULY 2008 While the July LED Diary feature was to have been “Eco-Enterprise Value Chain Upgrading”, it was decided to devote this month’s feature instead to a mid-year status overview on LED Programming in Dhanusha and Ramechhap Districts to facilitate upcomin...
ILO, LED, GoN, (2008)
Economic and Financial Decision Making in Disaster Risk Reduction From an economic perspective, the country is particularly sensitive to major, periodic drought events, reflecting the country’s heavy dependence on rain fed agriculture. Meanwhile, floods and landslides are more insidious annual events, resulting i...
UNDP, (2010)
Secretary-General's statement on the situation in Nepal New York, 22 March 2004 The Secretary-General is disturbed by the recent escalation of fighting in Nepal, where the continued instability and conflict is having an increasingly devastating impact on the lives of ordinary people. Civilian casualties and serious human rights ...
UN, (2004)
Statement by Ai Kihara-Hunt Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal Delivered at a Seminar to mark World Food Day, Organized by the National Network for Right to Food International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and in many other international human rights treaties.this right is only realized when everyone has access to food, which is sufficient, respects cultural traditions and ensures a fulfil...
human right, (2007)
Market Watch 42 June 2012 In the retail markets regularly monitored by MoAD and WFP,most prices showed slightly an upward trend over the past one month. The national average price of coarse rice increased by 1.9 percent to Rs. 34.2 per kilo, while the price of wheat flour sli...
WFP, MOAD, FNCCI/ AEC, CIPF, (2012)
Harmful Practices in Nepal: Report on Community Perception Harmful practices can be defined as persistent behaviours that discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, age, caste/ethnicity, language, religion, amongst others. They leave women and people from excluded groups at risk of violence, poorer physical a...
UN, (2020)
Communication skill and stress management at work A participant at a ‘Communication skill and stress management at work’ training organized for those who need to communicate directly to the target communities in implementation of a project that aims to support economic reintegration of returnee migr...
IOM, (2018)
Developing Policy Towards Agricultural Sector IOM promotes policy dialogues to support the Govt. of Nepal in mainstreaming both economic and social benefits of migration into national development policy and hence contribute on its efforts towards achieving the development targets set by the Agen...
IOM, (2016)
Developing Policy towards Agricultural Sector IOM promotes policy dialogues to support the Govt. of Nepal in mainstreaming both economic and social benefits of migration into national development policy and hence contribute on its efforts towards achieving the development targets set by the Agen...
IOM, (2016)
Developing Policy Towards Agricultural Sector IOM promotes policy dialogues to support the Govt. of Nepal in mainstreaming both economic and social benefits of migration into national development policy and hence contribute on its efforts towards achieving the development targets set by the Agen...
IOM, (2016)
Development Towards The Agricultural Sector IOM promotes policy dialogues to support the Govt. of Nepal in mainstreaming both economic and social benefits of migration into national development policy and hence contribute on its efforts towards achieving the development targets set by the Agen...
IOM, (2016)
TRADE WINDS OF CHANGE WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS ON THE RISE IN SOUTH ASIA Background country study-Nepal June 2016 Women empowerment is an important development agenda. The increasing realization that ensuring women participation in economic activities leads to improved development outcomes has raised the profile of this agenda; it has been owned by both national...
UNDP, (2016)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal Press Conference at the Reporter’s Club, Kathmandu (28 May 2008) I congratulate the people of Nepal on the achievement of convening the historic Constituent Assembly. The United Nations is proud to have assisted in the election of the most inclusive body Nepal has yet known. Its democratically-elected representati...
UNMIN, (2008)
Economic Sustainability Programme A returnee migrant worker at skill development training under IOM’s women empowerment through economic sustainability programme with support from Zonta International. #UN #UNNepal #IOM #MigrantWorker #SkillDevelopment #Training #WomenEmpowerment #SD...
IOM, (2017)
Labour Migrant Returning from Qatar Mr. Nil Kumar Magar from Okhaldhunga district, is a labour migrant returning from Qatar. On average, every day, approximately 800 Nepalis leave the country through formal channels to work abroad. Returning migrants not only bring remittances but also...
IOM, (2019)
Indicators for Monitoring Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Nepal - A user's guide The National Human Rights Commission has been carrying out its mandate of monitoring and investigating cases of human rights violations related to civil and political rights of the people. Established in the wake of the armed conflict, NHRC has remai...
GoN, UNHR, (2011)
Nepal Development 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)
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)
Poverty, Livestock and Household Typologies in Nepal - PPLPI Working Paper No. 13 Even through the world has witnessed tremendous growth and significant improvement in living standard and overall welfare, poverty still remains dramatically present in today's society. In Nepal characteristics of poor are far too apparent, it is one...
FAO, (2004)
Climate Finance Glossary The Government of Nepal is committed to addressing the issues of climate change and has already initiated several adaptation and mitigation actions to combat it. Climate finance has, therefore, become more critical in addressing climate change: by wa...
GoN, (2017)
Employment in Nepal Policy makers in Nepal have long been aware of the need to address problems relating to employment, but it cannot be said that employment generation was ever viewed as a central objective of economic policies. The very fact that the Information base ...
SAATH, ILO, (1997)
NRNA and UN Women to Promote Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment On August 5, 2014,a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Non-Resident Nepali Association (NRNA) and UN Women to promote the rights and interests of Nepali women residing outside and within Nepal. Through the Moe, NRNA and UN Women ...
NRNA, UNWOMEN, (2014)
Nepal: Taking Action for Sustainable Development The successful implementation of the SDGs relies on a country’s own sustainable development policies, and governments havethe primary responsibility for monitoring progress made at the national level. Citizens also play a key role to watch and suppor...
UN, (2017)
Address by Ian Martin, Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General in Nepal, at the Inaugural Amparo Award for Human Rights Hosted by the Women’s Rehabilitation Centre (WOREC) The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day is ending impunity for violence against women, and this is a very important theme for Nepal. But in Nepal at this time we could add a second theme, the importance of the participation of women in the...
UNMIN, (2007)
High Value Agriculture Project in Hill and Mountain Areas Nepal (HVAP)-Supervision Report An IFAD joint review mission was conducted jointly with the staff and managers of HVAP including staff from the Ministry of Agriculture Development (MOAD), the ago-enterprise centre (ACE) of the federation of Nepalese chambers of commerce and industr...
IFAD, (2012)
Nepal Leasehold Forestry and Livestock Programme- Joint Review Mission Report The mission objective was to carry out a quick assessment of the programme’s performance in terms of the achievement of objectives and results. It also reviewed any issues in relation to the disbursement of the Supplementary financing IFAD had appro...
IFAD, (2012)
South Asia Booklet on Child-Relevant Socioeconomic Indicators The social indicators in this collection are well-established. Some economic indicators are selected to show the performance of the economy as a basis for the capacity of the country, and families, to provide for children. #SocialIndicators #Econo...
UNICEF, (2006)
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 urban areas and reinforce urban rural linkage for economic and social development in Nepal. The linkage are essential not only for utilization of loc...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2010)
74th UN Day 2019 A stall of Zenep Technologies which is support by the GEF/SGP/UNDP. It is the Small ground Program which manufactures various 3D design and equipments. It follows the SDG 8 which is Decent Work and Economic Growth. #UNDay #74 #2019 #SGDs #Sustainab...
-UNDP, (2019)
NATIONAL SERVICES POLICY REVIEW A vast body of analytical and empirical research undertaken by UNCTAD and others clearly demonstrates that a thriving services sector is vital for all countries [1]. High rates of investment and economic growth associated with services can contribut...
UN, (2011)
Population Monograph In Nepal (Vol. III: Economic Demography) The Population Monograph of Nepal 2014, an analytic report of the census 2011 presented in three volumes contains in-depth analysis of different topics related to the population of the country prepared by the eminent professionals dealing with such i...
UNFPA, (2014)
High Value Agriculture Project in Hill and Mountain Areas (HVAP)-I Supervision report A Joint Review Mission was conducted with the staff and managers of HVAP including staff from the Ministry of Agriculture Development (MOAD), the Agro-Enterprise Centre (AEC) of the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) and...
IFAD, (2013)
The Cost of Coping: A Collision of Crises and the Impact of Sustained Food Security Deterioration in Nepal In recent years, Nepal has experienced a sharp and sustained decline in food security. Like many countries in the world, Nepal has been hit by a collision of crises, the intertwining effects of: the World Food Crisis, the International Economic Cris...
WFP, (2008)
SDG Progress Assessment Report 2016-2019 The report reveals macroeconomic stability during the period with about 6.8 percentannual economic growth, reduced income poverty to 16.7 percent. This achievement is following the periodic plans that are focusingon promoting growth, employment, infr...
UN, (2021)
Valuing The Contributions Of Women Migrant Workers In ASEAN There has long been a trend to consider the contribution of labour migrants in terms of the economic benefit that they can bring to development. As the autonomous labour migration of women has increased so too has the interest in the development bene...
UNWOMEN, ILO, (2015)
Building Nepal's Private Sector Capacity for Sustainable Tourism Operations-A collection of Best Practices and Resulting Business Benefits Tourism is widely recognized as one of the largest and rapidly expanding industry sectors in the world. In 2004, over 764 million international tourists generate more than 509 billion Euros in annual receipts. Hence, it is no surprise that over the l...
UNEP/UNDP, NTB, SNV, EU, (2008)
Economic and Social Council COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS The Committee welcomes the initial report of the State party, which was in general prepared in conformity with the Committee’s guidelines, as well as the written replies to the Committee’s list of issues (E/C.12/Q/NEP/1). However, it regrets the nin...
UN, (2001)
United Nations Educational, Scientific And Cultural Organization The United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (UNESCO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations. It was founded with the mission of contributing to peace and security by promoting international collaboration through educat...
UNAIDS, UNESCO, (2015)
Rural Urban Partnership Programme On the basis of the 10 the Five Year Plan to develop trade as one of the pillars of the economy growth, RUPP jointly with High Level Commission for Information Technology ( HLCIT)and Agro Enterprise Center (AEC/FNCCI) initiated “Nepali e-Haat Bazaar”...
RUPP/UNDP, (2005)
Basic Agreement Between His majesty's Government of Nepal and The United Nations Capital Development Fund The United Nation Capital Development Fund (hereinafter referred to as the "UNCDF") was established by the General Assembly of The United Nations to provide assistance to developing countries in the development of their economics by supplementing exi...
HMG, UNCDF, (1984)
Basic Agreement Between His majesty's Government of Nepal and The United Nations Capital Development Fund The United Nation Capital Development Fund (hereinafter referred to as the "UNCDF") was established by the General Assembly of The United Nations to provide assistance to developing countries in the development of their economics by supplementing exi...
GoN UNCDF, (1984)
Youth And The UN in Nepal According to the United Nations definition, youth are people between the ages of 15 and 24. This makes up approximately 18% of the world population – making the present generation of youth the largest ever in history. While there are about 1.2 billio...
UN, (2012)
Economic analysis of animal Diseases Animal health and economics are closely linked. Any decision taken to prevent, control and eliminate an animal disease is based not only on the technical knowledge available about a particular disease but also on the effectiveness and socio-economic ...
FAO, (2016)
Payments for Forest Environmental Services in Sub-Saharan Africa This publication responds to calls in regional and global forestry forums to strengthen capacity for effectively developing and implementing payment schemes for environmental services in sub-Saharan Africa. In particular, the African Forestry and Wil...
FAO, (2016)
Micro-Enterprises, Development for Poverty Alleviation Volume I To address the dire need of a proven tool that could fight poverty in the county by sustainability promoting entrepreneurship culture, particularly in the population living below the poverty line, Micro-enterprise Development program (MEDEP) was la...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2010)
Industrial Development Perspective Plan: Vision 2020 The economic challenge for Nepal is to fight its way out of stagnation and move towards long-term sustainable development. Industrial development will have to be one of its cornerstones. Thus, this document provides a comprehensive set of recommend...
UNDP, (2002)
INTER AGENCY COMMON FEEDBACK PROJECT - Reconstruction and Protection (October 2017) In September 2017 the Inter-Agency Common feedback Project (CFP) collected feedback from 2100 respondents, randomly selected from earthquake affected communities across the 14 priority affected districts on reconstruction and protection issues. The p...
CFP-UNRCO, (2017)