Democratic Governance

  • Developing Capacities for Effective Aid Management and CoordinationDeveloping Capacities for Effective Aid Management and CoordinationNov 17, 2014
    The Developing Capacities for Effective Aid Management and Coordination project helps localise the Paris Principles to make official development assistance produce more results. It will assist the Government to implement the recommendations of the 2007 and 2010 surveys and help establish the mechanisms for involving all main stakeholders in more effectively managing aid.

  • Local Governance and Community Development ProgrammeLocal Governance and Community Development ProgrammeJan 8, 2015
    Local Governance and Community Development Programme (LGCDP) is a national programme with an over-arching goal to contribute towards poverty reduction through inclusive, responsive and accountable local governance and participatory community-led development. LGCDP is executed by the Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development with technical and financial assistance of development partners. This is a national programme framework for improvement in local governance system and community development.

  • The Electoral Support Project (ESP) Phase II: Institutional Strengthening and Professional Development Support for the Election Commission of NepalThe Electoral Support Project (ESP) Phase II: Institutional Strengthening and Professional Development Support for the Election Commission of NepalNov 17, 2014
    In April 2008 Nepal held its first CA election since the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in 2006 to elect a constituent assembly mandated to draft a new constitution. 2008 election were organized by the Election Commission of Nepal with significant assistance and technical support from the Electoral Assistance Office of the United Nations Mission in Nepal.

  • Support to Participatory Constitution Building in NepalSupport to Participatory Constitution Building in NepalJan 2, 2015
    On 21 November 2006, Nepal’s decade-long armed conflict ended with the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Accord (CPA) between the Government and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist). A central pillar of the accord is the writing of a new constitution that grants equal rights and opportunities to all Nepalese people. Historically, Nepalese society has been deeply divided along caste and ethnic lines and grievances about political, economic, and social exclusion were at the heart of the conflict.

  • Strengthening the Capacity of the National Human Rights CommiissionStrengthening the Capacity of the National Human Rights CommiissionNov 17, 2014
    From 2002, the multi-donor funded Capacity Development of the National Human Rights Commission project, supported the commission to fulfil its mandates for the protection, promotion and full respect of the human rights enshrined in the constitution, national leigslations and international human rights instruments that Nepal is party to.

  • Project to Prepare the Public Administration for State ReformsProject to Prepare the Public Administration for State ReformsFeb 6, 2015
    The transformational changes to its government that Nepal has embarked upon are massive. Thus far however, the focus has been on the political aspects of this transition, with less attention being given to the implications of federalization on the organization of public administration. However, recent developments show a more direct engagement with the bureaucracy in the debate on the restructuring of the state. While the political negotiations are ongoing, the government of Nepal has created a series of committees to ensure that public administration institutions are ready for the transformational change from a unitary to a federal system.

  • Strengthening the Rule of Law and Human Rights Protection System in Nepal Programme (RoLHR)Strengthening the Rule of Law and Human Rights Protection System in Nepal Programme (RoLHR)Nov 17, 2014
    As Nepal continues to undergo a profound socio-economic and political transformation in order to meet the CPA and Constitution’s calls for peace, change and political and economic stability, Nepal’s ongoing peace process is anchored in the principles of democracy and access to justice as well as the fundamental human rights to equality, inclusion, and participation.

Closed Projects

  • Enhancing Access to Justice through Legal and Judicial Reforms ProjectEnhancing Access to Justice through Legal and Judicial Reforms ProjectSep 2, 2013
    The A2J project supports the Government of Nepal to carry out a comprehensive programme to strengthen justice system in order to support the peace process in the country. The project aims strategically addressing three critical areas: 1) Transitional Justice; 2) Gender Justice; 3) Access to Justice at the local level.

OUR WORK - DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE

UNDP in Nepal and its partners are moving towards strengthening the institutions and systems for running democratic elections, for facilitating the provision of justice, for safeguarding human rights, for central level planning and for managing the country’s large aid receipts.

MORE ABOUT DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE
Contact UNDP in Nepal
UNDP, UN House
P.O. Box 107
Kathmandu, Nepal
Phone: 977-1-5523200
Email: registry.np@undp.org Fax: 977-1-5523991, 5523986