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Micro Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation -Volume 2 (Kailali District) Though having the potential to develop,the micro-enterprise sector could not grow significantly in the recent past due to lack of access to services. In order to address this issue, the GoN has been according high priority to the development of micro...
MEDEP/UNDP-MOI, (2013)
Micro-Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation Volume II (Sindhupalchowk) The concept of 'Community Forestry' (CF) was formally launched in Nepal in 1978. It was given high priority by 'Master Plan for Forestry Sector' (MPFS) developed in 1989 (FINIDA, 1989). The CF is concerned with people's participation in 'Protection',...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2013)
Micro- Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation- Volume 2 (Analytical Summary of Research Reports) There were 18 reports (14 theses: 1 Doctoral, 10 Master, and 4 Bachelor; and 4 research reports: 2 commodity feasibility studies and 2 district feasibility studies) reviewed. This section presents the analytical summary of these theses and reports....
MEDEP/UNDP, (2013)
Micro-Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation Volume II (Rural Nepal) The UNDP and the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Nepal, have considered micro-enterprises as the enterprise that have up to five employees, with a value of investments (excluding land and buildings) of up to 1,430 US$ for manufacturing (up...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2013)
Western Uplands: Western Uplands Poverty Alleviation Project From 16 March – 31 March 2014, Government of Nepal and IFAD fielded a Mission to jointly review the performance of the Western Uplands Poverty Alleviation Project (WUPAP) and its achievements since the last Phase III Review of March 2013. The mission...
IFAD, (2014)
Consolidated Progress Report (1998-2003) -MEDEP (NEP/03/018) On completion of the scheduled implementation of the first phase of Micro Enterprise Development Programme, a pioneer programme in Nepal, which has taken a comprehensive and integrated approach to micro enterprise development for poverty alleviation,...
HMG, MEDEP/UNDP, (2005)
Project Completion Report: Tourism for Rural Poverty Alleviation Programme (TRPAP) TRPAP is an important pilot programme run at selected rural areas of Nepal. The six pilot districts were chosen based on the extent of existing tourism development or its potential, and the extent to which significant elements of poverty and margin...
GoN,UNDP, (2007)
Project to Promote ILO Policy on Indigenous and Tribal Peoples The UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) is currently focusing on This case study argues that despite the good intentions and increasing realization of the importance of social inclusion for poverty alleviation and lasting peace, reflect...
ILO, (2005)
Employment in Nepal Policy makers in Nepal have long been aware of the need to address problems relating to employment, but it cannot be said that employment generation was ever viewed as a central objective of economic policies. The very fact that the Information base ...
SAATH, ILO, (1997)
Micro Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation -Volume 2 MEDEP was implemented in Parbat since 1998. Among 55 VDCs in Parbat, Banskharka is known for orange (mandarin) production and has the potential for generating income through marketing and processing. It needs detailed information on production f...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2013)
Micro Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation -Volume 2 MEDEP was piloted in 1998. It expanded to 36 districts by 2010 in its third phase (2008-13). The development objective of the program was to contribute to reduce poverty among low-income families in rural areas, and to ensure the institutional de...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2013)
Micro Enterprises Development for Poverty Alleviation -Volume 2 MEDEP was piloted in 1998. It expanded to 36 districts by 2010 in its third phase (2008-13). The development objective of the program was to contribute to reduce poverty among low-income families in rural areas, and to ensure the institutional deve...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2013)
Micro-Enterprise Development Programme HMG/N through technical support of UNDP has been implementing the PDDP since 1995 to enhance people-centred, decentralize management of local development in twenty selected districts of Nepal. The programme was extended to an additional 20 districts ...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2002)
Impact of Micro-Enterprise Development Programme on Poverty Alleviation Through Women Empowerment: A Case Study of Sunsari District 1 Nepalese women are the poorest among the poor lacking access to resources. They need to be empowered to meet their daily needs and get actively involved in promoting their own social and political status. MEDEP model has been strongly recommended to ...
MEDEP/UNDP, (2013)