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PRESS STATEMENT Thursday, 10 November 2011 UN concerned over recent Govt. decisions to appoint, pardon and promote alleged perpetrators of human rights violations This press release involves concern of United Nations Human Rights Office in Nepal (OHCHR-Nepal)over a series of recent decisions by the Government of Nepal to appoint, promote or pardon public officials implicated inserious crimes and human rights a...
UNOHCHR, (2011)
Short Remarks by Robert Piper, UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator 10 December 2012 At the launch of the campaign ‘Invisible No More’ Patan Dhoka CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY This bulletin consists of the description about the launch of the campaign Invisible No More, a campaign for Truth and Justice in Nepal that was held on Human Rights Day, where the global message for this year is Your Voice Counts.In June 2007 the Su...
UN, (2012)
Short Remarks by Robert Piper, UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator 10 December 2012 At the launch of the campaign ‘Invisible No More’ Patan Dhoka CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY This bulletin consists of the description about the launch of the campaign Invisible No More, a campaign for Truth and Justice in Nepal that was held on Human Rights Day, where the global message for this year is Your Voice Counts.In June 2007 the Su...
UN, (2012)
16 Days for Activism 2019 Mr Ram Babu Shah the National Information Officer of UNIC giving the awareness speech on the Gender Based Violence and domestic violence in the society at Guyeshwori School. This Campaign generally talks about organizing strategy by individuals and o...
UNIC, (2019)
16 Days of Activism 2019 200 students of Guyeshwori School participating in the 16 Days of Activism at their school premises.This Campaign generally talks about organizing strategy by individuals and organizations around the world to call for the prevention and elimination o...
UNIC, (2019)
16 Days of Activism 2019 A student listening in depth and showing the interest towards speech and interaction during the campaign of 16 Days of Activism. #UNWomen #16DaysofActivisim #OrangetheWorld #GenerationEquality #AwarenessCampaign #InternationalCampaign #November25 #...
UNIC, (2019)
16 Days of Activism 2019 Students of Guyeshwori School posing in front of school after the interactive session about Gender Based Violence by UNIC team. #UNWomen #UNNepal #UN #16DaysofActivisim #OrangetheWorld #GenerationEquality #AwarenessCampaign #InternationalCampaign #...
UNIC, (2019)
16 Days of Activism 2019 Supriya Sthapit the intern of UNIC showing the ratio data of women aged 14-49 in Nepal has been has been part of various violence. #UNWomen #UN #SDG5 #UNNepal #16DaysofActivisim #OrangetheWorld #GenerationEquality #AwarenessCampaign #InternationalC...
UNIC, (2019)
Trends and Determinants of Maternal and Child Nutrition in Nepal Further Analysis of the Nepal Demographic and Health Surveys, 1996-2011 Kathmandu, Nepal August 2013 Nepal has made considerable progress in reducing major micronutrient deficiencies over the past decade and a half; it is one of the few countries in the world that is on track to meet the micronutrients-related goals of the 1990 World Summit for Chil...
GON, UNICEF, (2013)
A 10-Year Literacy/NFE Policy and Programme Framework Education is a key to development and an asset towards peace and social justice. It has a fundamental role to play in reducing poverty,exclusion, ignorance and conflict. Nepal is committed to Education for all, and its progress in primary education o...
UNESCO, (2000)
The Internally Displaced Persons: Current Status The fate of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) is one of the many outstanding issues of the peace negotiations between the interim government of Nepal and the CPN (Maoist). Granting those, that had to flee their homes due to the conflict the op...
UNOCHA, (2006)
Needs Assessment, Costing and Financing Strategy for Sustainable Development Goals SDGs have emerged as a globally agreed common development framework for the planet, people, and their prosperity. They are built on Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and cover a wider range of rights-based sustainable development issues. The ambiti...
Gov, (2018)
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 attributable to the Spokesman for the Secretary-General on Nepal New York, 21 October 2004 The Secretary-General considers this to be a positive first step towards the possible resumption of a peace process in Nepal, which he believes to be a matter of urgent importance. He strongly encourages the Government and Maoists to extend the suspe...
UN, (2004)
Press Statement -United Nations Department Of Political Affairs After successful fulfilling of mandate;to support remaining aspects of the peace process and close collaboration and partnership with the Government and a wide range of Nepali partners over the years,United Nation department of Political Affair has a...
UN, (2018)
Press Release: Top UN Political Official Urges Parties to Make Tangible Progress (3 December 2010) “We are here to hold discussions on how far the government and the political leaders have come on their promise to make the decisions that need to be made to move to the conclusion of the peace process in this period.” During his tw...
UNMIN, (2010)
Press Release: United Nations completes demolition of explosive items at Maoist Cantonment Site The demolition of 65 explosive items held at MCS 6 in Dasharathpur, district of Surkhet is the culmination of an ongoing program involving close cooperation between the Maoist Army, UNMAT and the United Nations Mission in Nepal (UNMIN) to destroy all...
UN, (2009)
Press Release: UNMIN Concerned Over Recent Incidents Allegedly Involving Maoist Army Personnel (22 September 2010) The UNMIN Acting Chief Arms Monitor sent a letter yesterday evening to Maoist army commander Nanda Kishor Pun ‘Pasang’, drawing his attention to the alleged involvement of Maoist army personnel in a clash with villagers in Thotri Village in Sindhuli ...
UNMIN, (2010)
Press Statement - UN Under-Secretary-General For Political Affairs B. Lynn Pascoe’s Press Briefing At UNMIN Headquarters In Kathmandu (4 December 2010) As you know, the United Nations has made a major effort with the Nepali peace process. We have been working with Nepal for many years on this. We have made a major investment in it. And, we will continue to work closely with Nepal as the process move...
UNMIN, (2010)
Press Statement on UNMIN’s Arms Monitoring Mandate UNMIN is guided by the Comprehensive Peace Agreement and the Agreement on Monitoring of the Management of Arms and Armi es (AMMAA). In its monitoring role, UNMIN does not supervise or control the Nepal Army or the Maoist army. #PeaceProcess #Gover...
UNMIN, (2010)
Representative of the Secretary-General Karin Landgren’s address to the World Peace Day function at the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction World Peace Day commemorates the absence of war. It encourages people to work for peace, and reflect on ways in which peace can be achieved. It is a day for considering what we, as individuals and collectively, can do for the cause of pe...
UNMIN, (2009)
Statement Attributable to the Spokesperson of the Secretary-General Nepal (15 Aug 2008) The Secretary-General warmly congratulates Mr. Pushpa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda) on his election as the first Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Nepal. He calls on all parties to cooperate with the new government in order to carry forward Nepal’s...
UN, (2008)
‘I’m Surprised to Hear that UN Intervened’ "Nepal's peace process has been remarkable in many ways, with hugely significant achievements for the establishment of the republic, and a representative Constituent Assembly, in a relatively short period. When the Security Council met on 6 November...
UN, (2010)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal Press conference at the Reporters’ Club, Kathmandu (16 October 2008) First, let me say that neither I nor UNMIN have ever been an advocate for or against integration. We have never taken a position on this issue. We have always made clear that like other aspects of the peace process, this is for Nepalis to decide and ...
UNMIN, (2008)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal Press Conference at the Reporter’s Club The main reason why the political parties asked - by consensus - for UNMIN to remain for a further six months, to January 2009, was of course related to the management of arms and armies. Next week one half of that six months will have passed. Of cou...
UNMIN, (2008)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal:Press Conference (Nepalgunj 1 April 2008) Thank you for coming. I am here in Nepalgunj as part of the visit that I am making to three regions. I just came from Biratnagar this morning and yesterday had the opportunity to visit Saptari district. I am travelling on tomorrow to the Far-Western ...
UNMIN, (2008)
Press Briefing by UN Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs B. Lynn Pascoe (7 October 2010) The developments in the last month represent encouraging progress after a year marked mostly by stagnation. The renewed effort by the Special Committee and the establishment of its Secretariat are important developments in this context. All of the p...
UNMIN, (2010)
Press Release (17 June 2008) UNMIN welcomes the completion of the work of the Commission established by the Government of Nepal to investigate the helicopter accident that took place in Bethan VDC of Ramechhap district on 3 March 2008. We wish to acknowledge the magnitude of the...
UNMIN, (2008)
Press Release: UNMIN Welcomes Agreement On Follow-on Arms Monitoring Arrangements (15 January, 2011) Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal Karin Landgren welcomes the agreement reached last night between the Government of Nepal and the Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist on arrangements to continue the monitoring of arms and armies af...
UNMIN, (2011)
Press Statement (26 October 2008) Some media reports have suggested that the weapons retained for security of Maoist leaders were by agreement with UNMIN, and that UNMIN can withdraw such agreement. In fact such weapons were retained on the basis of an agreement signed between the t...
UNMIN, (2008)
Statement Attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on Nepal The Secretary-General warmly congratulates Dr. Ram Baran Yadav on his election as the first President of the Republic of Nepal. He calls on all parties to cooperate in forming a new government which will carry forward Nepal’s peace process. #Peace...
UNMIN, (2008)
Press Release: 4th December 2007 United Nations Assistant Secretary-General Jane Holl Lute arrived in Nepal Monday evening for a 3-day visit. Ms Lute is the officer-in-charge of the UN Department of Field Support, responsible for personnel, finance and logistical support necessary t...
UNMIN, (2007)
Press Release: Arrival of Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Ms Angela Kane The main purpose of Angela Kane’s visit is to apprise herself of the work of UNMIN in support of the peace process and the preparations for the Constituent Assembly election. In addition to working meetings with UNMIN, she will participate in meeti...
UNMIN, (2008)
PRESS STATEMENT: Ian Martin Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General "I am pleased, and I know the Security Council will be pleased, that I will be briefing them in the knowledge that a date has been set for the Constituent Assembly election. A credible CA election is a key step in the peace process and a means to con...
UNMIN, (2008)
Country Programme Action Plan 2013 - 2017-Between GoN and UNICEF The Basic Cooperation Agreement (BCA) concluded between the Government and UNICEF on 21 February 1996 provides the basis of the relationship between the Government and UNICEF. This Country Programme Action Plan for the period 2013 - 2017 is to be int...
GON AND UNICEF, (2013)
Country Programme Action Plan Between The Government of Nepal and The United Nations Development Programme in Nepal (2013-2017) The Government of Nepal (hereinafter referred to as "the Government") and the United Nations Development Programme (hereinafter referred to as UNDP) are in mutual agreement to the content of this document and their responsibilities in the implementat...
GoN,UNDP, (2013)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal There are a number of peace processes where there is implementation machinery defined which the United Nations participates in or supports. Indeed here in Nepal we were asked to be members of a broader advisory committee around the Peace Ministry. ...
UNMIN, (2007)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal: Press Conference (10 October 2007) It’s not for the UN to blame anyone and indeed I hope that others, the political parties, will concentrate not so much on deciding who is to blame as on deciding what is to be done now, and as I said sustaining their alliance in order to go forward. ...
UNMIN, (2007)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (12 February 2007) "Throughout the disturbances, UNMIN has remained focused on our core task of arms management, and I have now seen for myself at Kailali and Surkhet the manner in which this has been conducted. Our arms monitors, assisted by registration teams fielded...
UNMIN, (2007)
Ian Martin Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General (30 August 2007) UNMIN is increasingly in the regions, including this region, and in the districts of the region. We now have district electoral advisers supporting districts electoral officers in 58 of the 75 districts of Nepal. And by the end of September we will h...
UNMIN, (2007)
Ian Martin, Personal Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal:Press Conference (7 December 2006) As I think you know, I went to New York in order to report to the Secretary-General Kofi Annan, probably my last opportunity before completes his term on the 31st of December, and also to brief the Security Council as it considers recommendations and...
UNMIN, (2006)
One Year On: the Janaandolan and Nepal’s Peace Process When I came to Nepal in May 2005 to establish the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) here, there seemed to be no end in sight to a ten-year armed conflict with thousands of civilian victims, and democratic rights were under ...
UNMIN, (2006)
UNMIN will do all it can to Help Nepal Hold a Credible Election in a Free and Fair Atmosphere in April The Secretary-General and UNMIN have always attached great importance to the inclusion of traditionally marginalized groups: they have a strong interest in the election of a representative Constituent Assembly which will restructure the state. So at ...
UNMIN, (2008)
Fifth Amendment to the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2006 (BS 2063) Preamble: Because it has become necessary to amend the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2006, the Constituent Assembly has issued this amendment, pursuant to Sub-article (1) of Article 83 of the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2006. Nepapli Version: ...
GoN, (2008)
Policies and Programmes of the Government of the Republic of Nepal Following the establishment of the federal democratic republic after the historic declaration by the Constituent Assembly, our country has arrived at a new era, from which the horizons of numerous new possibilities can be seen. There are currently n...
UNMIN, (2008)
Policies and Programs of the Government of Nepal for the Fiscal Year 2066/067 It gives me pleasure to present before this Legislative Parliament the Policies and Programs for the fiscal year 2066/067 on behalf of the coalition Government constituted with a view to creating a just, equal, strong, independent and prosperous Nepa...
UNMIN, (2010)
Proclamation of the House of Representatives, 2006 (18 May, 2006) This House of Representatives hereby proclaims that it has sovereign powers for the exercise of all powers until the formulation of other constitutional arrangement, in order take responsibility to move ahead in the direction of full-fledged democrac...
UNMIN, (2006)
The Code of Conduct for Ceasefire Agreed Between the Government of Nepal and the CPN (Maoist) on 25 May 2006 at Gokarna Respecting the popular mandate expressed through the historic people’s movement in favor of full democracy, progress and peace; Remaining committed towards the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948, and the basic principles and norms concerning ...
UNMIN, (2006)
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)
The Secretary General's Address to the General Assembly: A Call to Global Leadership It is customary for the Secretary - General, on this occasion, to assess the state of the world and to present our vision for the coming year. We all recognize the perils of our current passage. We face a global financial crisis. A global energy cris...
UN, (2008)
Representative of the Secretary-General in Nepal Karin Landgren’s Briefing to the Security Council Meeting on the Request of Nepal for United Nations Assistance in Support of its Peace Process (5 May 2010) Nepal’s peace process is at a delicate and critical moment, as negotiators work to resolve the current stand-off between Maoist supporters and the government, primarily over Maoist demands for a national unity government. As the general strike in Nep...
UNMIN, (2010)
DID THE HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE TO NEPAL EARTHQUAKE ENSURE NO ONE WAS LEFT BEHIND? - A case study on the experience of marginalised groups in humanitarian action. In April and May 2015, two large-scale earthquakes struck Nepal, killing almost 9,000 people, damaging over half a million houses and displacing hundreds of thousands of people from their homes. Natural hazards are indiscriminate: earthquakes have n...
CFP-UNRCO, (2016)
Press Statement The undersigned members of the international community recognize the efforts of all stakeholders including the Election Commission, the Government, civil society and the political parties in preparing for the historic local elections in Nepal. Local ...
UNIC, (2017)
Inter Agency Common Feedback Report - November 2015 Feedback Report. In November, community perception surveys highlight a mix of continued positive perceptions on certain elements of the earthquake response and no change to other elements. Feedback collected from 17 agencies in the field also highlight the issue o...
CFP-UNRCO, (2015)
Inter Agency Common Feedback Report - October 2015 Feedback Report. In October, community perception surveys highlight a continued improvement of how communities feel about the earthquake response. While feedback collected focuses on earthquake response, other issues, particularly the fuel crisis and reconstructio...
CFP-UNRCO, (2015)
NEPAL COMMUNITY FEEDBACK REPORT - Issue: Protection (June 2017) In April 2017 the Inter-Agency Common Feedback Project (CFP) completed 2100 Community Perception Surveys at the household level with community members randomly selected from throughout the 14 priority earthquake affected districts on protection rela...
CFP-UNRCO, (2017)