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UNDP Twin Otter Delivering Food Grains UNDP Twin otter delivering food grains at Dopla. #UNDP #Food #Dolpa #Photo...
UN/UNIC, ()
Nepal plants olive orchards to boost farm income Nepal is not a country that comes to mind when shopping for olives or olive oil. But, that may change because of an Italian-funded FAO project that has Nepali farmers growing olives to increase incomes and food security. The project established an in...
FAO, (2013)
Impact Assessment of National Integrated Pest Management (NIPM) Program in Nepal The Integrated Pest Management program was initiated with the prime objective of training of trainers and conducting farmer field schools which later on extended to be a preliminary process for sustainable management of agricultural and ecological r...
NDRI, FAO, (2014)
Livestock and dairy upgrades raise incomes and help Nepal’s food security Nepal’s small-scale dairy sector has improved the quality and safety of milk products all along the food chain, bolstering food security in the mountainous landlocked country. An FAO technical cooperation project trained Nepal’s dairy sector workers ...
FAO, (2013)
Global Financial Crisis, Volatile Food Prices, make Agricultural Focus Urgent, UN Human Rights Food Expert tells UN Commission on Sustainable Development. NEW YORK / GENEVA -- The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to food, Mr. Olivier De Schutter, has outlined some of the crucial choices that must be made to design more sustainable food systems in a world facing climate change and declinin...
OHCHR, (2009)
World Food Programme The World Food Programme (WFP) is the largest humanitarian agency tackling hunger worldwide. It has nearly 14 000 staff, who reach more than 90 million people with food assistance each year. WFP supports national and regional efforts to ensure food s...
UNAIDS, WFP, (2015)
ROAD AND MARKET ACCESS,AND HOUSEHOLD FOOD SECURITY IN NEPAL Multiple pathways link transportation and market access to food security. These include agricultural performance, food availability, prices and incomes. This report uses data from the 2011 Nepal Living Standards Measurement Survey to identify connect...
WFP, (2017)
WFP Nepal Country Brief 2018 The past decade has been particularly transformative for the country, following the end of conflict in 2006 and a lengthy political transition as the country underwent a process of drafting a new constitution. The Constitution of Nepal, adopted in 20...
WFP, (2018)
GIEWS Country Brief-Nepal Harvesting of the 2014 main season rice crop was completed by mid-December. FAO estimates this year’s rice production at 4.6 million tonnes, down 9 percent from last year’s bumper level but close to the average of the past five years. The decrease is...
FAO, GIEWS, (2014)
Market Watch 74, February 2015 In February 2015, retail prices of most food commodities monitored across the country showed marginal fluctuations. On a month-on-month basis, the retail price of coarse rice remained relatively stable, while that of wheat flour increased by 3.8 perc...
WFP, MoAD , FNCCI/AEC, CIPF, (2015)
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)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 8 (as of 13 September 2017) The UN’s Central Emergency Response Fund has allocated US$4.8 million to flood response efforts in Nepal. To-date, over 1 million flood affected people have benefited from humanitarian assistance from 9 Clusters. Preparations for next week’s election...
UNRCO, (2017)
Nepal: Flood 2017 Office of the Resident Coordinator Situation Report No. 9 (as of 20 September 2017) Elections in Province 2 have contributed to a major slow down in relief activities. Combined humanitarian Clusters face a shortfall of US$32 million for flood response activities. This is the last Sit Rep that the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office(UN...
UNRCO, (2017)
National Planning Commission Central Bureau of Statistics Nepal Thematic Report on Food Security and Nutrition 2013 In collaboraƟon with: World Food Program World Bank AusAID UNICEF This Report describes the long-term trends of food security and nutrition outcomes in Nepal over the past fifteen years and analyzes various factors affecting the outcomes, offering comprehensive descriptions about the complex and imminent issu...
UNICEF, AusAID, (2013)
CROP SITUATION UPDATE - Joint Assessment Mission of 2013 Summer Crops and Outlook of 2013/14 Winter Crops. Highlights: 1. The 2013 summer crop (paddy, maize, millet, and buckwheat) output was estimated at 7.67 million metric tons (mt), an increase of 12.10 percent compared to last year and 11.90 percent compared to the five-year average or ‘normal’ level...
GoN, FAO, WFP, (2013)
SYNTHESIS of Impact Evaluations Food for Assets for Livelihoods Resilience Terms of Reference - Final 12 Dec 2013. Food for Assets (FFA) programmes form one of WFP’s largest areas of investment over time. Measured by food tonnage, and level of direct expenses between 2006-10, FFA programmes were the second largest of WFP’s food distribution modalities, after Gene...
WFP, (2013)
Synthesis Report of the Evaluation Series on the Impact of Food for Assets (2002-2011) and Lessons for Building Livelihoods Resilience. The report synthesizes the main findings from evaluations in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Guatemala, Nepal, Senegal and Uganda that assessed the impact of WFP’s food for assets (FFA) activities and identified lessons on how to improve the orientation of foo...
WFP, (2011)
EMOP-THRB-Corporate Response EMOP Facility Emergency Food Assistance to Populations Affected by Earthquake in Nepal Standard Project Report 2016 World Food Programme in Nepal, State of (NP) WFP has two ongoing projects that serve Bhutanese refugees in Nepal: the country programme (CP) 200319 and the protracted relief and recovery operation (PRRO) 200787. These projects aim to prevent undernutrition and enable year-round access to food f...
WFP, (2016)
NEPAL COMMUNITYFEEDBACK REPORT Issue: Food Security and Livelihoods Across 14 districts, 81 percent of respondents stated that their family’s daily food needs are being met. This is a signi cant improvement over the last round of the Food Security and Livelihood survey (July 2016), in which only 54 percent of respon...
UN, (2017)
FAO in the Humanitarian Appeals 2015 Mid-Year Update Most recently, Nepal’s devastating earthquakes severely impacted farming families. The deepening food security and nutrition crisis in South Sudan is raising serious concerns and the number of severely food insecure people is expected to escalate fro...
FAO, (2015)
Karnali Drought Response Standard Project Report 2016 - World Food Programme in Nepal, State of (NP) Geography plays a critical role in determining the degree of food insecurity in Nepal.Nepal was ranked as ‘serious' on the 2015 Global Hunger Index. The remote and mountainous Mugu and Jumla districts of Karnali are particularly vulnerable, with lim...
WFP, (2016)
A Report on the Food Security Impact of the 2015 Earthquake- Nepal This report highlights the findings of a household food security assessment as well as district food security network meetings carried out between 8-20 May to inform the food security response for the Nepal 2015 earthquakes. The assessments were carr...
WFP, GoN, (2015)
SMALL AREA ESTIMATION OF FOOD INSECURITY AND UNDERNUTRITION IN NEPAL Poverty, food insecurity, under nutrition and morbidity in Nepal are characterized by regional variation.Factors such as proneness to natural disasters, distribution and quality of land, access to education and health facilities, level of infrastruct...
GoV, WFP, (2014)
WFP Nepal Country Brief Nepal Country Programme (CP 200319) supports the Government of Nepal in enhancing the food and nutrition security of vulnerable communities and increasing resilience to disasters. The CP covers four areas: Livelihood creation provides seasonal emplo...
WFP, (2017)
WFP Nepal Country Brief The Country Programme (CP) supports the Government of Nepal in enhancing the food and nutrition security of vulnerable communities and increasing resilience to disasters. The CP covers four areas:Livelihood creation provides seasonal employment and l...
WFP, (2017)
Nepal Food Security Bulletin In this reporting period district food security networks (DFSN) classified 6 Village Development Committees (VDCs) in Surkhet, namely Taranga, Lekhparajul, Hariharpur, Tatopani, Ghatgaon and Dharapani, as highly food insecure (Phase III). The floods ...
WFP, GoN, (2015)
Statement by Ai Kihara-Hunt Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal Delivered at a Seminar to mark World Food Day, Organized by the National Network for Right to Food International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and in many other international human rights treaties.this right is only realized when everyone has access to food, which is sufficient, respects cultural traditions and ensures a fulfil...
human right, (2007)
Market Watch 47 November 2012 Food prices regularly monitored by MoAD and WFP in various retail markets across the country mostly remained stable over the past one month. The national average price of coarse rice marginally declined by 0.1 percent to Rs. 35.4 per kilo while tha...
WFP, MOAD, FNCCI/ AEC, CIPF, (2012)
Market Watch 73 January 2015 In January 2015, retail prices of most food commodities monitored across the country showed a mixed trend. On a month- on-month basis, the retail price of coarse rice declined by 1.1 percent, while that of wheat flour remained relatively stable. Pric...
WFP, MOAD, FNCCI/ AEC, CIPF, (2015)
WFP Nepal | Brief Reporting period: 01 October – 31 December 2014 WFP has been working in Nepal since 1963 in response to frequent natural disasters, low agricultural productivity and slow economic growth. Fifteen percent of the country’s 26.5 million population remains undernourished, while school drop-out rates a...
WFP, (2014)
Food Security Analysis: Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping at a Glance WFP undertakes food security analysis in close collaboration with partners worldwide including governments, FEWS NET, UN agencies such as FAO, OCHA, UNHCR, UNICEF, WHO and local and international NGOs. These partnerships ensure a shared understanding...
WFP, (2015)
Market Watch 35 - November 2011 In the markets regularly monitored by MoAC and WFP, most food prices are relatively stable with normal fluctuations over the past one month. In November 2011, the national average price of coarse rice increased by 2.3 percent to Rs.35.3 per kilo, whi...
WFP, MOAC, FNCCI, CIPF, (2011)
Save And Grow Farming Systems Fact Sheet 2 Traditionally rice has been cultivated in most of Asia as follows: fields are first flooded then ploughed to create soft muddy soil often overlying a dense, compacted layer that restricts downward loss of water. Rice seedlings 20 to 60 days old are t...
FAO, (2015)
Market Watch 32 August 2011 The national average price of most monitored food commodities indicates marginal fluctuations over the past one month. The average prices of coarse rice, wheat flour and broken lentils marginally increased by 0.2% to Rs. 36.2 per kilo, 2.3% to Rs. 37...
WFP, MOAC, FNCCI, CIPF, (2011)
Market Watch 37 January 2012 In the markets regularly monitored by MoAC and WFP, prices of most commodities show a nominal fluctuation over the past one month National average prices of coarse rice and wheat flour climbed up by 0.1 percent to Rs. 32.8 per kilo and by 2.3 perce...
WFP, MOAC, FNCCI/ AEC, CIPF, (2012)
Market Watch 38 February 2012 Food prices regularly monitored by MoAC and WFP remained relatively stable over the past one month. National average price of coarse rice slightly increased by 2.2 percent to Rs.33.5 per kilo, while that of wheat flour nominally declined by 0.7 perce...
WFP, MOAC, FNCCI/ AEC, CIPF, (2012)
Market Watch 39 March 2012 Prices of food commodities regularly monitored by MoAC and WFP across the country show a marginal fluctuation over the past one month. The average price of coarse rice declined by 2.0 percent to Rs. 32.8 per kilo, while that of wheat flour marginally...
WFP, MOAC, FNCCI/ AEC, CIPF, (2012)
Market Watch 40 April 2012 In the markets regularly monitored by MoAC and WFP, retail prices of most food commodities remained stable over the past one month. The average price of coarse rice and wheat flour went down by 0.9 percent and 1.4 percent to Rs. 32.5 and Rs. 33.9 per...
WFP, MOAC, FNCCI/ AEC, CIPF, (2012)
Market Watch 41 May 2012 Food prices in the markets regularly monitored by MoAD and WFP showed an upward trend over the past one month. The national average price of coarse rice and wheat flour climbed up by 4.1 percent and 1.8 percent to Rs.33.9 and Rs. 34.5 per kilo resp...
WFP, MOAD, FNCCI/ AEC, CIPF, (2012)
Nepal Food Security Bulletin Issue 34, February 2012 This issue mostly covers the period of October-December 2011, the harvesting season of the main summer crops of paddy, maize and millet. The overall food security situation is reportedly good across the country, considered to be one of the best seaso...
WFP, GoN, (2012)
Nepal Food Security Bulletin Issue 35, May 2012 This issue covers the period January to March 2012, and focuses on the food security updates of the Mid and the Far Western Hill and Mountain (MFWHM) districts. January-March is an agricultural lean period in Nepal. The food security situation in the...
WFP, GoN, (2012)
Evaluation of the Impact of Food for Assets on Livelihood Resilience in Nepal Foods for Assets (FFA) programmes form one of WFP’s largest areas of investment over time. Measured by food tonnage, and level of direct expenses between 2006-2010, FFA programmes were the second largest of WFP’s food distribution modalities, after ...
WFP, (2013)
Emergency Nutrition Contingency Planning: IASC Nutrition Cluster Meeting Hotel Summit (13 April 2011) Highlights: 1. To ensure timely and effective humanitarian response to nutritional needs during an emergency to minimize mortality and morbidity of the population and increase in malnutrition among children under five, lactating and pregnant women...
UNICEF, (2011)
Supplemental Information to Nepal Earthquake SitRep 19 1.23 May 2015: Who, What Where at Village Development committee (VDC) level. Click​ here for the interactive Who, What, Where mapping tool​ This map shows Who, What, Where information, complied by each cluster, detailing the agencies operating in ...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Market Watch 21 January 2010 The price of staple food items generally remained stable across Nepal this month. In the markets regularly monitored by WFP and MoAC the average price of coarse rice in December was Npr 32 per kilo (down 3 percent compared to last month) and the nat...
WFP, MOAC, FNCCI/ AEC, CIPF, (2010)
Market Watch 28 March 2011 In the markets regularly monitored by WFP and MoAC, the average price of most commodities has remained relatively stable over the past 3 months. However, compared to the same period last year, the average price of coarse rice has increased by 9% to N...
WFP, MOAC, FNCCI/ AEC, CIPF, (2011)
Market Watch 29 May 2011 In the markets regularly monitored by MoAC and WFP, the average price of most commodities has remained relatively stable over the past three months. The average price of coarse rice has increased by 5% and soybean oil by 2.4%, while that of black g...
WFP, MOAC, FNCCI/ AEC, CIPF, (2011)
Market Watch 30 June 2011 In the markets regularly monitored by MoAC and WFP, the national average price of most of the commodities remained stable in the month of June compared to May. The average price of coarse was Rs. 35.4 per kg, while that of wheat flour and potato we...
WFP, MOIAC, FNCCI/ AEC, CIPF, (2011)
Market Watch 31 July 2011 In the markets regularly monitored by MoAC and WFP, the national average price of most food commodities has in- creased marginally over the past one month. The average prices of coarse rice and wheat flour increased by 1.0% to Rs. 36.1 per kilo and ...
WFP, MOAC, FNCCI/AEC, CIPF, (2011)
Market Watch 71 November 2014 on November 2014, retail prices of most food commodities monitored across the country showed a mixed trend. On a month-on-month basis, the retail price of coarse rice declined by 2.9 percent, while that of wheat flour marginally increased by 0.2 perc...
WFP, MOAD, FNCCI/AEC, CIPF, (2014)
Market Watch 72 December 2014 In December 2014, retail prices of most food commodities monitored across the country showed marginal fluctuations. On a month-on-month basis, the retail price of coarse rice declined by 2.3 percent, while that of wheat flour marginally increased by ...
WFP, MOAD, FNCCI/AEC, CIPF, (2014)
A REPORT ON FOOD SECURITY IMPACT OF 2017 FLOOD IN TERAI Based on the results of ad hoc District Food Security Network (DFSN) meetings in 10 districts (23-29 August 2017) Heavy monsoon rainfall during 10-13 August 2017 triggered severe flash floods and landslides in 32 out of 75 districts in Nepal (see Figures 1 and 2). An Initial Rapid Assessment conducted in 28 districts revealed that floods and landslides claimed 1...
GoN, UKAID, WFP,NeKSAP, (2017)
Impact brief: High-Value Agriculture Project in Hill and Mountain Areas Objective: The primary objective of HVAP was to reduce rural poverty and improve food security through enhanced value chains for high-value agricultural commodities in the hill and mountainous areas of Nepal. The project employed a unique approach br...
IFAD, (2018)
Key Results of High-Value Agriculture Project in Hill and Mountain Areas (HVAP) Impact Assessment Project Objective: To reduce rural poverty and improve food security in the hill and mountainous areas of Nepal. Inputs and activities: 1. Development of inclusive value chains 2. Strengthening of service markets There were 107,860 total be...
IFAD, (2018)
Tunnel Farming for Off-Season Vegetable Cultivation in Nepal Nepal ranks among the most vulnerable countries to extreme climate events. In general, rural areas where the population heavily depends on agriculture are the most vulnerable. High temperature during summer months and foggy weather combined with prol...
FAO, (2013)
Market Watch 68 Retail prices of most food commodities monitored across the country showed an upward trend in August 2014. On a month -on-month basis, the retail price of coarse rice and wheat flour increased by 1.2 percent and 1.0 percent respectively, while that o...
WFP, MOAD, FNCCI/ AEC, CIPF, (2014)
Market Watch 70 October 2014 In October 2014, retail prices of most food commodities monitored across the country showed a mixed trend. On a month- on-month basis, the retail price of coarse rice increased by 1.5 percent, while that of wheat flour marginally declined by 0.2 pe...
WFP, MOAD FNCCI, CIPF, (2014)
Food Security Dimensions at the National Level Although the 2015 MDG hunger goal remains within reach, progress is not even and many countries are unlikely to meet the goal of halving the prevalence of undernourishment by 2015. Many of these countries face severe constraints. For example, countri...
FAO, (2013)
Market Watch - 15 Food price inflation remains of serious concern across Nepal. According to figures recently released by the Nepal Rastra Bank, the year-on year inflation for food and beverage was 16.5 percent for May A poor food availability situation in remote Hill...
WFP, MOAC, FNCCI,CIPF, (2009)
Markets and Cash Research Project: Preliminary findings 10 Nov 2009 WFP Nepal Food Security Monitoring and Analysis Unit This update outlines preliminary findings from WFP Nepal’s research project on food markets and cash interventions in the Mid and Far West Hills and Mountains (MFWHM). The study focuses on the trade corridor along the Karnali highway (Kalikot, Jumla ...
WFP, (2009)
Nepal: WFP Delivers Food To Remote Villages In Gorkha District [Youtube] [Source URL]- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsLoqK1TB74&t=1s [Abstract]- WFP teams are on the ground in Nepal responding to the needs of those affected by the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake. Marco Frattini and Zoie Jones report on one of the...
WFP, (2015)
Final Project Evaluation - The Dhaulagiri Irrigation Development Project - Main Report (May 1996) DIDP started as a typical single-sector project which has grown gradually resulting finally in a multi-sectoral project by adding other irrigation-related components. This way of implementation is much preferable to an integrated approach. Which ofte...
ILO, (1996)
ASIA AND PACIFIC COMMISSION ON AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS TWENTY-SIXTH SESSION Thimphu, Bhutan, 15-19 February 2016 Agenda Item 6.4 Food and Nutrition Security; A Status Report of Nepal THis report includes Food security and nutrition: An Approach paper to the Thirteenth Plan (FY 2013/14-15/16). It includes strategies like Make necessary arrangements in food-and-nutrition-insecure areas and communities for solving the food crisis i...
GON, FAO, (2016)
Nepal Earthquake Food Security Cluster Activity (as of 02 Jun 2015) This map shows the:As of 02 June 2015, 5 activities have been reported for food security cluster within the 14 priority districts. #NaturalDisasters #Earthquakes #DisasterProneAreas #FoodSecurity #FoodSuply #NaturalPhenomena ...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Nepal Earthquake Protection/ GBV Sub-Cluster Activity (as of 02 Jun 2015) Map show the:As of 02 June 2015, 9 activities* have been reported for Gender Based violence protection sub-cluster within the 14 priority districts. #NaturalDisasters #Earthquakes #DisasterProneAreas #FoodSecurity #FoodSuply #NaturalPhenomena...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Nepal: Earthquake CCCM Cluster Activity (as of 02 Jun 2015) This map showing As of 02 June 2015, 4 activities have been reported for Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) .cluster within 12 priority districts. #NaturalDisasters #Earthquakes #DisasterProneAreas #FoodSecurity #FoodSuply #NaturalPhen...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Nepal: Earthquake Health Cluster Activity (as of 02 Jun 2015) Map show the:As of 02 June 2015, 4 activities have been reported for Health cluster within the 14 priority districts. #NaturalDisasters #Earthquakes #DisasterProneAreas #FoodSecurity #FoodSuply #NaturalPhenomena...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Nepal: Earthquake Nutrition Cluster Activity (as of 02 Jun 2015) This map showing the: As of 02 June 2015, 5 activities have been reported for nutrition cluster within the 14 priority districts. #NaturalDisasters #Earthquakes #DisasterProneAreas #FoodSecurity #FoodSuply #NaturalPhenomena ...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Nepal: Earthquake Wash Cluster Activity (as of 02 Jun 2015) The map showing the:As of 02 June 2015, 6 activities have been reported for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene cluster within the 14 priority districts. #NaturalDisasters #Earthquakes #DisasterProneAreas #FoodSecurity #FoodSuply #NaturalPhenomena ...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Food and Agricultural Markets in Nepal WFP and FAO Country Offices in Nepal jointly commissioned this study on food and agricultural markets (FAMS) to develop an agricultural market profile based on study of market dynamics within the context of a long-standing conflict in order to contri...
WFP, FAO, (2007)
A Document of the International Fund for Agricultural Development The IFAD Interim Evaluation of the Hills Leasehold Forestry and Forage Development Project (HLFFDP) is being conducted as a mandatory exercise prior to the consideration of a second phase of the project. The principal objective of the Interim Evalua...
IFAD, (2003)
Nepal Leasehold Forestry and Livestock Programme- Joint Review Mission Report The mission objective was to carry out a quick assessment of the programme’s performance in terms of the achievement of objectives and results. It also reviewed any issues in relation to the disbursement of the Supplementary financing IFAD had appro...
IFAD, (2012)
Rolpa: Recurrences of Acute Crisis of Food Security (2008-2011) This map shows recurrences of acute crisis of food security of Rolpa district. #RolpaDistrict #AcuteCrisis #FoodSecurity ...
UNRCHCO, (2013)
Rukum: Recurrences of Acute Crisis of Food Security (2008-2011) This map shows recurrences of acute crisis of food security of Rukum district. #RukumDistrict #AcuteCrisis #FoodSecurity ...
UNRCHCO, (2013)
UNDAF District Profiles: Education UN RCHCO has prepared UNDAF District Profiles for 23 districts identified as lowest performing on development in the Nepal Country Analysis 2011. People from these districts are among the vulnerable groups whose status will be monitored to assess the...
UNRCHCO, (2013)
UNDAF District Profiles: Forestry Summary UN RCHCO has prepared UNDAF District Profiles for 23 districts identified as lowest performing on development in the Nepal Country Analysis 2011. People from these districts are among the vulnerable groups whose status will be monitored to assess the...
UNRCHCO, (2013)
UNDAF District Profiles: Water, Hygiene and Sanitation This District profile showing the data about access to safe drinking water, hygiene and sanitation in different district on Nepal. #WaterResources #Development #NaturalResources #Inclusion #Employment #Agriculture #Education #FoodSecurity #Hygiene...
UNRCHCO, (2013)
1-Price Monitoring and Analysis Country Brief-NEPAL Rice and wheat prices are still high and have been rising in recent months. Political tension continues as vulnerable people continue to suffer from the effects of the monsoon rain. An estimated 3.6 million people are food insecure and overall the fo...
EU, FAO, (2010)
2-Price Monitoring and Analysis Country Brief-NEPAL An estimated 3.5 million people are reported to be between moderate and severe food insecure with major concerns for the far and mid-west regions at the base of the Himalayan mountains. According to different agencies, the food security situation in ...
EU, FAO, (2010)
BOOSTING FOOD SECURITY THROUGH DEVELOPMENT OF CLIMATE-RESILIENT AGRICULTURE IN NEPAL The Government of Nepal prioritized a package of Green Climate Fund (GCF) initiatives to address both immediate and longer-term climate change risks posed to critical ecosystems and the most vulnerable communities in the country. As part of this p...
FAO/ UN Environment, (2019)
WFP Nepal Country Brief The Country Programme (CP) supports the Government of Nepal in enhancing the food and nutrition security of vulnerable communities and increasing resilience to disasters. The CP covers four areas: Livelihood creation provides seasonal employment and...
WFP, (2017)
Jumla: Recurrences of Acute Crisis of Food Security 2008-2011 This map shows recurrences of acute crisis of food security of jumla. #AcuteCrisis #FoodSecurity #Jumla....
UNRCHCO, (2013)
Kalikot: Recurrences of Acute Crisis of Food Security 2008-2011 This map shows recurrences of acute crisis of food security of Kalikot. #AcuteCrisis #FoodSecurity #Kalikot.acute crisis of food security of Kalikot ...
UNRCHCO, (2013)
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)
Critical Food AID and Medical Care to Dhrought Victims of Jeema VDC, Mugu WFP field monitors report--high prevalence of illnesses among families in the Mugu and Humla Health services almost inexistent, priority being pregnancy services. ANM not sanctioned even in Illaka HP (Mugu) WFP's role in distributing food aid to drou...
UNFPA, WFP, (2006)
(Wrong File) Food Security Information for Decision Making : Price Monitoring and Analysis Country Brief Nepal’s total population was 28.58 million in 2008 and its annual growth rate was estimated to be 1%. More than half of the population lives with less than 1$ per day and the prevalence of under nutrition was estimated at 15%. #FoodSecurity #Decis...
FAO, (2010)
Small Area Estimation of Poverty, Caloric Intake and Malnutrition in Nepal This report presents the results of small area estimation techniques to improve sample survey estimates of poverty, caloric intake and malnutrition for Nepal. This is the first time that statistical techniques have been used to estimate indicators of...
GoN, CBS, WB, WFP, (2006)
Market and Price Impact Assessment Nepal Nepal is high on the list of countries where rising food and commodity prices could have a huge impact on the population. This is because Nepal relies heavily on food and oil imports and has a high level of chronic food insecurity (41 percent is unde...
WFP, NDRI, (2008)
Food and Agricultural Markets in Nepal WFP and FAO Country Offices in Nepal jointly commissioned this study on food and agricultural markets (FAMS) to develop an agricultural market profile based on study of market dynamics within the context of a long-standing conflict in order to contri...
FAO, WFP, (2007)
Food Security Information for Decision Making Food staple prices have declined, but remain higher in comparison to the pre-2008 food-crises levels. The retail price of rice in Kathmandu was 34 rupee/kg in August 2009, 15% below the peak in August 2008, but is still 28% higher compared to August ...
FAO, (2009)
UNDP Twin Otter unloading food grains The Local at Simikot Watching UNDP Twin Otter unloading food grains. #UNDP #Simikot #FoodGrains #Photo...
UN/UNIC, ()
FAO Nepal News Bulletin Bi-Monthly (March 2015) This Bi-monthly issue on March 2015 are as follows: 1. Experts emphasize on strengthening forest tenure for sustaining livelihoods. 2. Code for minimizing adverse effects of pesticide in environment and human health. 3. FAO extends policy assista...
FAO, (2015)
Total Number of Food Security Cluster Activities in District: 14 This Map shows the number of activities and an agency list within a Village Development Committee (VDC) area. Each agency may perform mulitiple activities within a VDC and so there will be fewer agencies than activity numbers. Important Note: The OCH...
UNOCHA, (2015)
OHCHR-Nepal and World Food Programme welcome Supreme Court’s order to ensure food supply Two of the United Nations’ leading agencies have welcomed an order from the Supreme Court of Nepal calling on the Government to supply food to 12 food-scarce districts in the Mid- and Far-Western regions. The Office of the High Commissioner for Human...
UNOHCHR, WFP, (2008)
Unlocking future potential with nutrition Nepal has made remarkable progress in tackling malnutrition in children impacted by stunting among under-fives. The rate of stunting has fallen from 57 per cent in 2001 to 36 per cent in 2016. However, nutrition remains a persistent public health pr...
UNICEF, (2019)
Key Messages as of 27 May Key priority sectors as of 27 May remain Shelter, Food, WASH, and Health. There is increasing focus on livestock and agriculture as monsoon approaches, as well as protection issues. Monsoon preview: The impending monsoon brings challenges for both th...
UNOCHA, (2015)
Nepal Koshi Floods: WFP General Food Distribution SUNSARI (Dec 8-14, 2008) Highlights: Total Household: 4,896 Total Population: 29,162 Hosting Displaced People HH: Household, IDV: Individual WFP Food Distribution Point Above figures are aggregated summary based on WFP data from (Dec 8-14, 2008). #KoshiFloods #FoodDi...
UNOCHA, (2008)
Nepal Koshi Floods: WFP General Food Distribution SUNSARI (Nov. 7 - 14, 2008) Highlights: Total Household: 5,098 Total Population: 29,109 *Aggregated Camps H H: Household, IDV: Individual unsari Khola 70 HH / 449 IDV Bhagawati H. School 342 HH/ 1,975 IDV Satya N. Mandir 1,150 HH/ 6,454 IDV #KoshiFloods #FoodDistrib...
UNOCHA, (2008)
Nepal Initiative on Soaring Food Prices There are strong indications that the volatility in global food prices will remain for the foreseeable future coupled with an upward shift to higher (real) prices in the medium term. This is attributed to a number of supply and demand side factors, m...
GoN, FAO, WFP, IFAD, ADB, WB, (2008)
Nepal Community Feedback Report Issue: Food Security and Livelihood In May 2016, the Inter-Agency Common Feedback Project collected feedback from communities (2100 respondents)across 14 earthquake affected districts on food security and livelihood related issues. Livelihood recovery has been a subject of increased f...
CFP/UNRCO, (2016)
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