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UNMIN Factsheet 2 - Monitoring the Management of Arms and Armed Personnel UNMIN’s mandate for the monitoring of arms and armed personnel of the Nepal Army and the Maoist army reflects the requests and commitments of the then Seven-Party Alliance Government and the CPN (Maoist) in three key peace process documents; their re...
UNMIN, (2006)
UNMIN Newsletter Fact Sheet 4 (United Nations Monitoring in Support of the Peace Process) UNMIN and a number of UN agencies have a role in monitoring the situation throughout the country in order to assist Nepal create the conditions for a free and fair Constituent Assembly Election. The UN monitoring role relates to five areas:the manage...
UNMIN, (2008)
Strengthening of Community Seed Production Groups (CSPG) in Nepal The seed replacement rate in Nepal is very low and this should be increased to at least 25-33% from the current level of 4.7% in the country. Farmers have been growing deteriorated seeds of crop varieties for many years without replacement. Farmers p...
FAO, (2013)
Kathmandu Valley World Heritage Site : Integrated Management Framework The Integrated Management Framework for the Kathmandu Valley World Heritage Site is a document adopted by the State Party that defines the process of implementing the Integrated Management Plan. The World Heritage property within the Kathmandu Vall...
GoN, UNESCO, (2007)
Waste Water Management Plan for Madhyapur Thimi Municipality Madhyapur Thimi Municipality is one of the two municipalities established in 1997 in Kathmandu Valley. This young municipality lies in between Bhaktapur Municipality on its east and Kathmandu on west. The southern border is River Hanumante separating...
UNHABITAT, (2007)
Security Council Favors Extending Downsized Political Mission in Nepal, Following Government's Request for Continued United Nations Presence The most contentious and unresolved issue, however, had been the sharing of posts and power among the parties, he said. Efforts to achieve consensus appeared to have broken down, ahead of tomorrow’s vote, with potentially serious consequences for the...
UN, (2008)
Rehabilitation Update - UNIRP This update describes how the present work of United Nations Inter-agency Rehabilitation Program (UNIRP) in helping ex-combatants specifically ‘Verified Minors and Late Recruits’ (VMLR), make a smooth transition from military to civilian life. In ac...
UNIRP/UNDP, (2013)
A Manual for the Participatory Self-Monitoring and Evaluation of Micro-Entriprise Development Programme Nepal Rural development is a complex terminology due to many unknown factors. The term Rural development is also passing through many trial and error phases. The growth aspects of economic development model have failed to benefit the poor people who live...
UNDP, (2009)
Agreement on Monitoring of the Management of Arms and Armies - 8 December 2006 In keeping with the letters to the UNITED Nations (UN) Secretary-General of 9 August and the Comprehensive Peace Accord of 21 November 2006.Guaranteeing the fundamental right of the Nepali people to take part in the constituent assembly elections in ...
UN, (2006)
Emergency Health Action in Nepal Summer usually tests the disaster response capacity of Nepal, when the monsoons trigger water induced disasters. This year Nepalis Western regions were most severely affected by floods and landslides. #Prevention #Management #WesternRegions #Progr...
WHO, (2006)