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An Address to Members of the Constituent Assembly of Nepal By Ms. Kyung-wha Kang United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights Kathmandu 19 April 2011 This bulletin consists of the speech by Ms. Kyung-wha Kang about the peace process and political consensus on important issues.It also includes drafting the new Constitution, to establish a new foundation for national order in the country based on r...
UNOHCHR, (2011)
Resident Coordinator’s Annual Report 2016 016 marked the ten- year anniversary of Nepal’s peace process and the first Constitution Day since the adoption of the charter in September 2015. The last ten years have witnessed some remarkable transformations, including the demobilization of the f...
UN, (2016)
Ms. Kyung-wha Kang United Nations Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights Statement to the Media 20 April 2011, Kathmandu This press statement involves about the progress of peace process and that political consensus on important issues has been reached, despite ongoing challenges.Nepal has committed to establishing transitional justice mechanisms to confront and addres...
UNOHCHR, (2011)
Gender Equality: Update No. 8 Gender equality was mainstreamed throughout the Post Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) and a separate chapter on gender equality and social inclusion was included in the final report, among other things stressing the need to engage earthquake affected...
UNWOMEN, (2016)
GENDER EQUALITY & SOCIAL INCLUSION Nepal Flood Response 2017 31 August 2017 GUIDELINE FOR IDENTIFYING AND PRIORITISING VULNERABLE AND MARGINALISED POPULATIONS FOR HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE, RECOVERY, PREPAREDNESS AND DISASTER RISK REDUCTION In the aftermath of the devastating floods in Nepal, affected populations across diversities are in need of shelter, food, water, sanitation, health, nutrition, and livelihoods restoration. In addition, they may be at further exposed to discriminati...
UNWOMEN, (2017)
Local Governance and Community Development Programme II Annual Progress Report 2015 This annual report consists of the progress for Local Governance and Community Development. The Policy and Programme Support Facility (PPSF) under the UN Joint Programme (UNJP) comprising of UNDP, UNCDF and UNV provided Technical Assistance (TA) to ...
GON, UNDP, (2015)
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)
Manual on Gender Equality and Social Inclusion and Gender Responsive Budgeting In Nepal, there is a huge disparity across gender, caste, ethnicity and geographic region which is a barrier for women, poor and excluded groups to access resources, services, and opportunities for their development. The Constitution of Nepal (2015...
UN Women/ Nepal Administrative Staff College, (2019)
High Value Agriculture Project in Hill and Mountain Areas Nepal (HVAP)-Supervision Report An IFAD joint review mission was conducted jointly with the staff and managers of HVAP including staff from the Ministry of Agriculture Development (MOAD), the ago-enterprise centre (ACE) of the federation of Nepalese chambers of commerce and industr...
IFAD, (2012)
Gender Equality, Human Rights and Social Inclusion: A Common Framework for Action by the UN System in Nepal After ten years of violent conflict, Nepal seeks to lay the foundations of a just and peaceful society, where diverse groups and communities can come together and participate as equals in the task of nation-building while claiming their fair share of...
UN, (2012)