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UN Provides US$1 Million to WFP’s Peace and Recovery Programme in Nepal The United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund(CERF) has allocated US$1 million towards the UN World Food Programme’s efforts to provide life-saving food aid and reconstruction support to more than 1.2 million conflict-affected people in Nepal. ...
UN, (2007)
UN Mourns Death of Friends and Colleagues in Helicopter Crash The UN System in Nepal expresses deep sorrow at the deaths of the passengers of the helicopter, which included among others, Minister of State for Forest and Soil Conservation, Senior Nepali government officials and conservationists, Finish Charge A...
UNIC, (2006)
Statement attributable to the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General on Remarks by the UN Resident Coordinator in Nepal "I would like to clarify comments made to the press by UN Resident Coordinator and Humanitarian Coordinator in Nepal, Mr. Matthew Kahane, on 24 January 2008. His comments were not intended to suggest that the Government of India has influence over Ne...
UN, (2008)
‘Human Development Key To Long-Term Progress in Nepal’-UNDP Launches New Text For University Students With almost half of Nepal’s population falling into ‘traditionally excluded groups’, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative in Nepal, Matthew Kahane, today called for more emphasis on human development to empower wome...
UNDP, (2006)
Effects of the floods and the potential longer-term humanitarian consequences of this natural disaster - United Nations Information Center The united nations resident and humanitarian coordinator mr. matthew kahane visited the eastern region for the last three days to assess the effects of the floods and the potential longer-term humanitarian consequences of this natural disaster.the fl...
UNIC, (2007)
UN Humanitarian Coordinator Visits Flood-Affected Areas The UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Nepal, Mr. Matthew Kahane, visited Banke and Bardiya districts today to asses the rapidly emerging humanitarian needs there, and to express the UN’s solidarity with those affected by the recent floods. The floods h...
UNIC, (2006)
International Day for The Elimination of Racial Discrimination-March 21-Fighting Everyday Racism Accelerates Progress Fighting everyday racism is the theme chosen this year to commemorate the international day for the elimination of racial discrimination. nepal, this is a crucial day to reflect on the impact that racial discrimination ha...
UNIC, (2008)
Nepal to Tap Promising Trade Potential -UNDP And Government launch Million-Dollar Project Conflict, poor infrastructure, a narrow range of exports, and slow customs procedures have severely limited nepal share of global exports 0.02%through a million-dollar project launched in kathmandu earlier today, the government and the united nations...
UNDP, (2006)