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Adaptation for Smallholders in Hilly Areas (ASHA) Supervision report The Adaptation for Smallholders in Hilly Areas (ASHA) project entered into force on 26 February 2015, and is scheduled to be completed in 6 years (February 2021) and closed on 30 September 2021. The development objective of ASHA is the following: "v...
UN, (2016)
Household Food Security in Nepal Within a corporate effort to better understand country-specific food security issues, WFP Nepal, with the technical assistance of the 'Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping' (VAM) branch of WFP headquarters, undertook this comprehensive food security an...
WFP, (2006)
VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN IN NEPAL "No More Suffering" Child Sexual Abuse in Nepal: Children's Perspectives WITH REFERENCE TO STUDY IN FOUR DISTRICTS Child sexual abuse (CSA) has been recognized dorsed by all South Asian countries also stressed the as a social malaise, prevalent within critical need for research and awareness raising on the and outside the homes and among all socio- issue of child...
UNICEF, CWIN, (2005)
DID THE HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE TO NEPAL EARTHQUAKE ENSURE NO ONE WAS LEFT BEHIND? - A case study on the experience of marginalised groups in humanitarian action. In April and May 2015, two large-scale earthquakes struck Nepal, killing almost 9,000 people, damaging over half a million houses and displacing hundreds of thousands of people from their homes. Natural hazards are indiscriminate: earthquakes have n...
CFP-UNRCO, (2016)
After-Action Review of Nepal Earthquake Response: Final Report Crisis Response Unit United Nations Development Programme 24 November 2016 Abhijit Bhattacharjee On 25 April 2015, a devastating earthquake hit Nepal causing severe destruction of lives and property in 14 of the country’s 75 districts. This was followed by another severe earthquake on 12 May which further worsened the humanitarian situation.The ...
UNDP, (2016)