Research & Publications

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Review of DCEAMC Project July 2012

The review of the Developing Capacities for Effective Aid Management and Coordination (DCEAMC) project found that the project has been very successful in meeting its objective to create a user-friendly, functional and transparent Aid Management Platform (AMP) that has been customized for Nepal. Itmore

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Sustainable Development Agenda for Nepal

This Sustainable Development Agenda for Nepal (SDAN) is an attempt to spell out what such a path may look like. It is a national document prepared by His Majesty's Government following a series of consultations with our national and international development partners. As a broad Agenda, SDAN ismore

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Synthesis of Resident Coordinator Annual Reports 2008 - Text version

This synthesis of the annual reports submitted to the Secretary-­‐General by over 130 Resident Coordinators in 2008 provides an overview of the activities of the Resident Coordinator system and the United Nations Development Group (UNDG) in support of countries’ efforts to achieve the Millenniummore

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The Asia-Pacific Human Development Report 2012 - One Planet to Share

Asia-Pacific not only has many of the world’s most climate-exposed territories, it is also home to millions of the most vulnerable people. The unprecedented pace and scale of human activities have been transforming the natural environment and contributing to climate change. Emissions cross borders,more

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Turning Tradition To New Ends : Improving Water Mills In Nepal

This case study documents the experience of the Improved Water Mill programme in Nepal. The Improved Water Mill (IWM) programme promotes a simple and versatile technology that uses water resources to produce 3-4 kW of mechanical and electrical power. IWM improves upon the traditional water mill bymore

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UNDP Annual Report 2005

The delivery of developing assistance in Nepal remained challenging during 2005. The Royal takeover of the Government in February heightened political tensions, while violent cashes between the Government and the CPN (Maoist) continued The United Nations Secretary- General Kofi Annan made severalmore

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UNDP Annual Report 2006

2006 was a year of major transition for the UNDP Programme due to the changed political context. UNDP focused its efforts on reorienting its programme to meet current needs and strengthened its operational capacity to assist with post-conflict recovery and peace building initiatives.more

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UNDP Annual Report 2007

In 2007, UNDP supported national projects in all 75 districts of Nepal in partnership and collaboration with the Government, various bilateral and multilateral agencies, civil society, academia and the communities at the grassroots, including the poorest of the poor, women and other excludedmore

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UNDP Annual Report 2008

UNDP Nepal’s over-riding priorities in 2008 were to help consolidate peace after the end of the 1996–2006 armed conflict and to continue working for Nepal’s long term development by contributing to reducing poverty and helping the country achieve the Millennium Development Goals. As an operationalmore

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UNDP Annual Report 2009

UNDP Nepal Annual Report documents some of the contributions made by UNDP towards building a sustainable peace and achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in the past year. 2009 saw a substantial increase in UNDP’s activities with a 39% increase in expenditure from the previous year. Mostmore