• UNDP Nepal Annual Report 2016 - English and Nepali

    2016 was a year of new beginnings in Nepal. After a tumultuous 2015 marked by two earthquakes in April and May, the country spent last year looking forward and setting the stage for significant changes. The National Reconstruction Authority was operationalized and rapidly scaled up the earthquake recovery; governance reforms took shape following the adoption of the new Constitution in September 2015; and the country laid the foundation for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.

  • UNDP Nepal Annual Report 2015

    2015 was an eventful year for Nepal. In April a massive earthquake struck followed by a powerful aftershock in May killing 8,850 people, injuring 22,000 people, and destroying 800,000 buildings. Basic service delivery was hampered particularly in the 14 hardest-hit districts, an estimated 700,000 people have been pushed below the poverty line, and GDP growth sunk to 3 percent against earlier projections of 6 percent. According to the Post-Disaster Needs Assessment, damages and losses rose to US$7 billion and reconstruction costs are estimated at US$6.7 billion.

  • UNDP Nepal Annual Report 2014

    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.

  • Achieving Development Results in Asia and The Pacific

    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.

  • UNDP Nepal Annual Report 2013

    UNDP’s partnerships with government and development partners achieved considerable success in 2013. UNDP also started several new initiatives in 2013. 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.

  • UNDP in Nepal continues to push for more equal and inclusive society, while supporting national institutions to uphold rule of law, offer better service delivery and provide improved livelihood opportunities for all citizens of Nepal.

  • UNDP Corporate (Global) Annual Report 2011/2012

    UNDP has a presence on the ground in over 170 countries and territories and decades of concrete development experience in countries ranging from fragile States to middle-income countries like Brazil and Indonesia. This, combined with our four focus areas — poverty reduction and achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs); democratic governance; crisis prevention and recovery; and environment and sustainable development — make us uniquely situated and qualified to answer the UN’s call for a better and more sustainable future.

  • UNDP Annual Report 2011

    This UNDP Nepal Annual Report 2011 highlights some of the organisation’s significant results across five Programme areas: Peace building, Recovery and Reintegration; Transitional Democratic Governance; Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Livelihoods; Energy, Environment and Disaster Management; and HIV/AIDS. UNDP’s focus through these five areas is to provide support to empower the poor and marginalized and to contribute to policy making processes.

  • This report presents the major developments of the country and major activities and accomplishments of the UN Country Team in Nepal. It also presents the highlights the progress in UN reform, the highlights on progress towards UNDAF outcomes, key aspects of the proposed 2012 work-plan and recommendations.

  • UNDP Nepal Annual Report 2010

    This report presents the activities and accomplishments of UNDP in Nepal in 2010. It is divided into different chapters – Chapter 1 presents an overview of the achievements. Chapter 2 summarises how almost all the 35 projects UNDP supported in 2010 have helped Nepal’s long term development by reducing poverty, advancing the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and helping build a sustainable peace following the 1996–2006 armed conflict. Chapters 3 to 9 describe in detail how UNDP has worked in partnership and collaboration with communities, the government, other development agencies, civil society, academia and the business community.

  • UNDP Annual Report 2009

    2009 saw a substantial increase in UNDP’s activities with a 39% increase in expenditure from the previous year. Most of this increase is related to UNDP’s work in support of Nepal’s complex transition from conflict to peace — in particular to supporting the building of an inclusive constitution as well as to assisting the process of discharging minors and late recruits from Maoist army cantonments. The establishment of the Centre for Constitutional Dialogue in Kathmandu at the beginning of the year and the village outreach campaigns organized by the centre were especially significant, contributing to building awareness of thousands of Nepalis about key constitutional issues that are now under debate.

  • 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 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The Resident Coordinator system is the global network for the coordination of UN operational activities for development under national ownership and leadership. The UNDG brings together 32 UN agencies, funds, programmes, and departments to establish system-­‐wide guidelines and agreements for development operations at the country level.

  • 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.

  • 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 excluded groups. Out of the 33 active projects in 2007, 10 were new, out of which 3 were in the area of peace building and recovery.

  • 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. Additionally, UNDP continued to work with communities and grassroots organizations throughout 2006, including during the conflict period, delivering in all US$ 20 million worth of development assistance to 70 districts targeting the poor and disadvantaged groups. In spite of the political upheavals and the difficult working environment our country programme remained effective and relevant throughout 2006.

  • UNDP Annual Report 2005

    In response to the conflict and its impact on devlopment and humanitarian assistance, UNDP, in close consultation with the Government of Nepal, conducted a thorough review of its country programme. The review recommended a major shift in direction and implementation in conflict affected areas.

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