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Breaking New Ground Leasehold Forestry in Nepal (February 2004) Forest areas in Nepal decreased at a rate of 1.7 percent every year between the end of the 1970s and the mid 1990s. Land degradation leads to soil erosion spelling disaster for poor rural households who are forced to spend more time collecting fodder...
IFAD, (2004)
Assessment of Media Deveopment in Nepal Assessment of Media Development in Nepal accompanies Nepal,in the process of democratic transition and contributes to the development of free, independent and pluralist media. The study applies the diagnostic instrument of UNESCO’s Media Development ...
IPDC/UNESCO, (2013)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 1 (as of 14 August 2017) The National Emergency Operations Centre has reported that 66 people are known to have died, 35 people remain missing and 35 have been injured.The full extent of the disaster is not yet known. Many affected areas remain inaccessible dueto damaged roa...
UNRC, (2017)
Micro-dynamics of Land Conflict and Land Conflict Resolution in Nepal Distribution of land has remained one of the most contentious issues in Nepalese society as a consequence of a historical feudal land tenure system that concentrated land ownership to the wealthy few and those who were close to the authorities. Land ...
UN, (2016)
Catalytic Support on Land Issues Land issues have existed for centuries and are deeply entrenched in the Nepalese society and linked to the structures of feudal land ownership and informal land tenure. Land issues are recognized as one of the root causes of the 10-year conflict. If ...
IOM, UNHABITAT, UNDP, (2014)
Summary Report Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration A Country Level Implementation Strategy for Nepal this intensive study report highlights on the concept of Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration. Sustainable land management, prosperous life and development of all is the vision of the new land policy of the Government of Nepal which is currently under...
UN-Habitat, (2018)
Fit-for-Purpose Land Administration A Country Level Implementation Strategy for Nepal this intensive study highlights on the concept of Fit-For-Purpose Land Administration. Sustainable land management, prosperous life and development of all is the vision of the new land policy of the Government of Nepal which is currently under intens...
UN Habitat, (2018)
PRESS RELEASE: Nepalese Army and UN Mine Action Team Recommence Demining The mines in Jaalbhanjyang were originally laid on a steep hillside by the army to protect a strategic telecommunications tower during the decade-long civil war. The minefield has already claimed the life of a 10-year-old boy and injured a deminer. ...
UN, (2008)
Community Based Landslide Treatment in Nepal Frequent landslides in mid-hill districts have caused damage to productive land at the lower basin and affected human settlements and agriculture activities both upstream and downstream. Extensive areas of productive land were left fallow because of ...
FAO, (2013)
Draft Report of National Land Policy Consultation Workshop Protection of property rights is one of the fundamental rights provisioned by the Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2063. The constitution has provisioned that the government shall take the policy of adopting abolition of feudal ownership and implementi...
GoN, FAO, (2010)
संयुक्त प्रेस वक्तवयमा नेपालमा हलिया प्रथा अन्त्य गर - राष्ट्रिय मानवअधिकार आयोग, राष्ट्रिय दलित आयोग, राष्ट्रिय महिला आयोग र संयुक्त राष्ट्रसंघ भदौ २०, २०६८ "नेपाल सरकार र राष्ट्रिय हलिया मुक्ति समाज महासंघ बीच वि. सं. २०६५ भदौमा भएको सम्झौताले हलियाहरु मुक्त भएको औपचारिक रुपमा घोषणा गरे तापनि मूर्त परिणाम हासिल हुन अझै बाकी छ। मस्यौदा हलिया निषेध विधेयक पारित भएको छैन र सरकारले सम्झौताअनुरुप उच्चस्तरीय ...
GON, ILO, UNOHCHR, (2011)
NEPAL FLOOD RESPONSE DTM NEPAL REPORT ROUND 1 21ST-29TH August 2017 Beginning on 11 August 2017, the worst rains in 15 years struck Nepal, triggering widespread large-scale flooding and landslides in many districts in Nepal causing many damages to life and property. The Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) is designed...
IOM, (2017)
FINAL REPORT: UNFPA Nepal Emergency Response Evaluation A Joint Initiative of UNFPA and the Columbia University School for International and Public Affairs Columbia University New York, NY May 2009 Nepal is simultaneously a developing country, a country in transition, and a country in humanitarian crisis. The fact that Nepal is vulnerable to natural disasters only further compounds the country’s challenge for social, economic, and political dev...
UNFPA, (2009)
IOM Continues CGI Sheet Distribution in Landslide-Prone Community in Nepal Jurey, which is only 10km away from Barhabise town, is an area where a massive landslide killed more than 156 people in August 2014. Nepal – IOM’s distribution of Corrugated Galvanized Iron (CGI) sheets in Barhabise Village Development Committee (...
IOM, (2014)
NEPAL VERSION 1 Flood | August 2017 Date released: 21 August 2017 Nepal was hit by the worst rains in 15 years that started on 11 August 2017. It caused severe flooding in the Terai with huge impacts on livelihoods, food security and nutrition due to losses in lives, assets, housing, infrastructure including water ...
GON, WFP, (2017)
GENDER EQUALITY UPDATE NO. 12 Nepal Flood Response 2017 UPDATE No. 12 Although the legal frameworks of Nepal largely support gender equality and social inclusion, various social norms and discriminatory practices have a devastating impact on the most vulnerable and marginalized populations when disaster strikes. Integ...
UNWOMEN, (2017)
Nepal Earthquake, Health Cluster Bulletin #5, 28 May - 3 June 2015 Five weeks into the emergency response following 25 April and 12 May earthquakes, the health cluster response is transitioning towards revitalization of primary health care services in the affected districts in early recovery and rehabilitation frame...
WHO, Health Cluster, (2015)
Q & A with Grant Milthorpe, UNMIN’s Senior Mine Action Adviser The UNMIN Mine Action Unit, through its contractor ArmorGroup, has destroyed approximately 90 percent of the total improvised explosive devices (IEDs) held at designated sites near the seven main cantonment sites of the Maoist army. These activities ...
UNMIN, (2008)
Nepal - Flood and Landslide Affected Areas Period Covered 1 August - 31 August 2011 Highlights: Total District Affected: 54 Deaths: 65 Missing: 35 Injured: 24 Affected Family: 87 Houses Damaged/Destroyed:110 #NepalFloods2011 #Floods #AffectedAreas #Landslide ...
UNRCHCO, (2011)
Nepal - Flood and Landslide Affected Areas Period Covered: 1 June - 18 June 2013 Highlights: Mahakali River swept 2500 People 300 Families Displaced 63 Houses Damaged/Destroyed #NepalFloods2013 #Floods #Landslide #AffectedAreas ...
UNRCHCO, (2013)
CONTINGENCY PLAN Nepal: Monsoon flooding and landslides June 2017 Every year, during the monsoon period of June to September, communities in the Terai and Hill areas of Nepal are exposed to increased levels of flood and landslide risk. Such risks can lead to immediate humanitarian suffering; they can exacerbate ...
CFP-UNRCO, (2017)
Locally Present Land Tenure Typology in Nepal Land is not only the natural resource generating economically productive base for its inhabitants but also one of the fundamental sources of culture, social relations, political power, identity and belongingness for the human society. Therefore, land...
UN HABITAT/ GON, (2018)
ECAFE Special Body on Land-locked Countries Meets in Bangkok High level representatives of 14 countries of the United Nations Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East (ECAFE) are meeting in Bangkok, 22-24 February, as ECAFE's Special Body on land-locked countries. This meeting is considering terms of refe...
UN/UNIC, ()
Nepal: District Affected by Floods and Landslides in the Mid West and Far West Region (as of 13 Oct, 2009) Highlights: Affected Districts: 11 Deaths: 58 Missing: 9 Injured: 29 Displaced Families (HH): 2,654 Affected Families (HH): 18,463 Houses Completely Damaged: 482 Houses Partially Damaged: 1,140 #Floods #NepalFloods2009 #Landslide ...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Microdynamics of Land Conflict and Land Conflict Resolution in Nepal Distribution of land has remained one of the most contentious issues in Nepalese society as a consequence of a historical feudal land tenure system that concentrated land ownership to the wealthy few and those who were close to the authorities. The i...
IOM, (2016)
Floods and Landslides Nepal Public health monitoring based on Nepal Red Cross Society, 26.07.04 #Floods #NepalFloods2004 #Landslides #NepalRedCrossSociety ...
WHO, (2004)
ASIA-PACIFIC FORESTRY SECTOR OUTLOOK STUDY II The aims of this study were to determine the current status and key issues of the forestry sector, identify driving forces which will impact forest and forestry of Nepal, develop probable scenarios for the future and insight on Nepal’s forest and f...
FAO, (2009)
Nepal : District Affected by Floods and Landslides in the West Nepal: (4 Oct to 7 Oct, 2009) Highlights: Affected District: 11 Deaths: 42 Recorded Injured: 8 Displaced Families (HH): 1,164 Affected Families (HH): 3,799 Houses Completely Damaged: 21 Houses Partially Damaged: 13 #Floods #NepalFloods2009 #Landslide #Disaster ...
UNOCHA, (2009)
Factsheet 2017 The project aims to implement landslide treatment and mitigation measures as well as improved land management practices by applying the low-cost techniques suitable for adoption by local communities in Sundrawati Village Development Committee (VDC) o...
FAO, (2017)