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Annual Report 2009 The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) is the UN’s global development network, advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. It is on the ground in 166 countries, work...
UNDP, (2009)
UNDP in Nepal: Results From 2011 This UNDP Nepal Annual Report 2011 highlights some of the organisation’s significant results across are Program areas: Peace building, Recovery and Reintegration; Transitional Democratic Governance; Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Livelihoods; Energ...
UNDP, (2011)
Clean Start In Nepal It is estimated that 28 percent of people in Nepal live with no access to electricity. Furthermore the low reliability of access and frequent electricity shortages create serious issues for consumption and productive use. Despite a very high potentia...
UNCDF, (2016)
Energy for Sustainable Development in Asia and the Pacific Region: Challenges and Lessons from UNDP Projects Energy strategies to support the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) – especially, the goal to halve extreme poverty in the developing world by 2015 –need to address both “human poverty” (deprivation of basic social needs) and “income poverty” (lack ...
UNDP, (2004)
Energy to Move Rural Nepal Out of Poverty:The Rural Energy Development Programme Model in Nepal The Rural Energy Development Program model in Nepal is one of 17 case studies which, together with a report titled ‘Towards an ‘Energy Plus’ approach for the poor: A review of good practices and lessons learned from Asia and the Pacific’ and an A...
UNDP, (2012)
Eco-Friendly Living for a Sustainable Planet (Brochure) The construction materials we use consumes a lots of energy. We also use energy in our homes mainly for lightning, cooking,space heating and transportation. The use of fossil fuels such as petroleum and coal causes air pollution and also contributes ...
UNHABITAT, (2012)
Turning Tradition to New Ends : Improving Water Mills in Nepal This case study documents the experience of the Improved Water Mill programme #Improving Water Mills in Nepal, which promotes a simple and versatile technology that uses available water resources to produce 3-4 kW of mechanical and electrical power...
UNDP, (2011)
Making Energy Markets Work for the Poor The Bio gas Support Program (BSP) applies a market-based approach with a pro-poor focus to disseminating bio gas plants in Nepal. The program encourages private sector participation through a variety of supportive measures, and ensures private sect...
UNDP, (2014)
Energy and Poverty in Nepal -- Challenges and the Way Forward This report sets out to examine the ways and means for providing affordable, accessible and reliable energy services towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and poverty reduction in Nepal. The underlying premise of this study is ...
UNDP, (2007)
Report on the Nepal Labour Force Survey 2008 Nepal Labour Force Survey 2008 (NLFS II) is the second round of a multi topic national labour force survey carried out by Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) from January to December 2008. As a follow up to the first NLFS of 1998/99 (NLFS I), NLFS I...
ILO, UNDP, GoN, (2009)
Nepal Status Paper United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development 2012 (Rio+20) Synopsis The global community has made several commitments after the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development.This is a process Driven document and an outcome of discussions and deliberations among civil society, government and non government ...
GoN, UNDP, (2012)
THE FUTURE FOR CLIMATE FINANCE IN NEPAL Government of Nepal National Planning Commission United Nations Development Programme United Nations Environment Programme Capacity Development for Development Effectiveness Facility for Asia Pacific Financing climate change development needs, which are increasingly demanding more financial resources, is as much a challenge as developing both short- as well as long-term programmes for effective climate adaptation and mitigation. Several issues f...
GON, UNDP, UNEP, (2011)
Support for Development of National Biogas Programme (FAO/TCP/NEP/4451-T) - Biogas Technology: - A Training Manual for Extention-1 Biogas has proved to be a viable technology in the physical and socio-economic conditions of Nepal. The hydro power generating potential of Nepal is calculated as one of the highest in the world but only about 12 percent of the population is connecte...
CMS, FAO, (1996)
NEPAL CLIMATE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE AND INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW (CPEIR) Government of Nepal National Planning Commission United Nations Development Programme United Nations Environment Programme Capacity Development for Development The nature of the climate threats facing communities across Nepal is diverse requiring location specific understanding of the problem in order to plan appropriate responses. It is yet to be clear as to what extent a particular economic sector in a gi...
GON, UNDP, UNEP, (2011)