• Development of Ecosystem based Sediment Control Techniques and Design of Siltation Dam to Protect Phewa Lake [Summary]
    Dec 2, 2015

    Development of Ecosystem based Sediment Control Techniques and Design of Siltation Dam to Protect Phewa Lake. Summary Report. Prepared By Forum for Energy and Environment Development (FEED) P. Ltd. for The Ecosystem Based Adaptation in Mountain Ecosystems (EbA) Nepal Project. Government Of Nepal, UNDP, UNDP,IUCN, and the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building And Nuclear Safety. Published By: Government of Nepal(GoN)/United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

  • Ecosystem Based Climate Adaptation Planning at Sub-watershed Level of Panchase Mountain Ecological Region Nepal
    Dec 2, 2015

    This report is part of the Ecosystem-based Adaptation (EbA) project implemented by the Government of Nepal (GoN), the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), under the Mountain Ecosystems Project. It summarizes the method used to identify EbA options at the sub-watershed level of the Panchase Mountain Ecological Region (PMER) with its mosaic of ecosystems, in Nepal’s Western Development Region (WDR). It is based on the vulnerability impact assessment and adaptation planning carried out in the PMER under the project, which was piloted not just in Nepal but also in Peru and Uganda with support from German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB). The program’s goal in all three countries was to assist institutions and communities in managing ecosystems and their services with the specific aim of reducing their vulnerability to the negative impacts of climate change by promoting EbA options. Project implementation began in Nepal in 2011 and the current phase ended in 2014 with no cost extension till 2015.

  • Development Advocate Nepal October 2015 - March 2016
    Oct 11, 2015

    The fourth edition (October 2015 - March 2016) of UNDP Nepal's publication, "Development Advocate Nepal" with the theme "Towards a Resilient Nepal". Resilience may be thought of as ‘the ability of a system to absorb shock and maintain its structure and functions with a minimum loss and resume pre-event functionality in a relatively short time.’

  • Development Advocate Nepal December 2014 - June 2015
    Mar 31, 2015

    Today social protection has a central place in development agenda. It is no longer seen just as protection for the poor but also as a way to promote growth by transforming the poor into a productive force to boost national economies. Nepal adopted this idea earlier than many other countries in the region.

  • Analytical Report on Media Monitoring
    Mar 12, 2015

    The Election Commission of Nepal commissioned a media monitoring for the Constituent Assembly elections 2013 in line with the media code of conduct prepared for elections. The objective was to foster reflections and subsequent development of the media fraternity in reporting elections. This analytical report on media monitoring provides a rich view of how the media reported elections in 2013.

  • UNDP Nepal Annual Report 2014
    Mar 2, 2015

    UNDP’s partnerships with the Government of Nepal and development partners achieved considerable success in 2014. UNDP also started several new initiatives in 2014. We remain committed to supporting efforts to ensure that the benefits of growth reach the poorest and most marginalized people across the country—supporting the Government in its priorities. This 2014 Annual Report provides a snapshot of the results achieved by UNDP and its partners and selected human stories demonstrating the impact of its interventions on improving the lives of Nepali people.

  • MDGs Acceleration Framework : Improving Access to Sanitation
    Feb 17, 2015

    Nepal MDGs Progress Report 2013 points out, the Government of Nepal’s commitment to achieving the MDGs, coupled with required policy reforms has borne fruit. Nepal is on track and is likely to achieve most of its MDG targets, despite the prolonged political instability. The targets for poverty reduction, maternal mortality, and boys and girls enrollment in primary education are either achieved or likely to be achieved. Even in areas where Nepal is lagging behind, particularly in sanitation, it has already internalized an acceleration framework in the form of the MDG Acceleration Framework (MAF) to mobilize adequate resources to expedite progress by 2015. This Report provides the updated status of progress since 2010, identifies the unfinished agenda for the remaining time and a new agenda for beyond 2015.

  • Participatory Constitution Building Process in Nepal 2015
    Jan 9, 2015

    Participatory Constitution Building Process in Nepal 2015

  • Annual Household Survey 2013-14
    Jan 6, 2015

    Annual Household Survey 2013-14

  • Achieving Development Results in Asia and The Pacific
    Jan 1, 2015

    The report covers results achieved in 36 countries and territories in the Asia and Pacific region. It illustrates UNDP’s support to poverty reduction and conservation of natural resources, strengthening democratic governance, building resilience and responding to crisis.

 UNDP assisted people in strengthening livelihoods and empowering themselves.

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