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10 Jan 2014
Nepal’s Minister for Finance and Industry Honorable Shankar Koirala lauded Nepali micro-entrepreneurs for their success in crop diversification and for contributing to the Government’s efforts to reduce trade deficit. The Minister made the comments on 8 January in Kakani, Nuwakot while on a visit to strawberry farms that have received support from Micro Enterprise Development Programme (MEDEP).
01 Nov 2013
The UNDP-UNEP supported programme "Climate Public Expenditure and Institutional Review" was hailed for its exemplary work
24 Oct 2013
A roadmap to formulate the National Strategy for the Development of Statistics (NSDS) is likely to be prepared by the end of November this year. The roadmap will envision a detailed sketch as to how the NSDS has to be developed in the country which is yet to prioritise a better data and statistical system.
04 Jul 2013
For the first time since the adversarial events of May 2012 that saw Kailali district shutdown for over a month, key media leaders from Kailali were brought together to reflect on the role media played during the crisis.
02 Jul 2013
Experts and government officials have demanded an effective strategy to develop data system to support evidence-based policy-making and development in Nepal.
28 Jun 2013
Twenty-six year old Saran Tandukar of Kathmandu University Center for Art and Design acknowledges that he has very limited knowledge about politics but feels that every citizen should be politically aware of the happenings in their country.
24 Jun 2013
Nepal’s Ministry of Finance launched, on Friday, a public portal on disbursement of foreign aid, hailed by officials and development partners alike as a “big leap” towards aid transparency. The portal portal.mof.gov.np is a part of Aid Management platform supported by UNDP and other development partners. It will give public an unprecedented access to detailed information on aid disbursement in Nepal by donor, sector and geographic location.
18 Jun 2013
Micro-Enterprise Development Programme (MEDEP), a flagship initiative of the Government of Nepal and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has entered 16th year of its implementation creating thousands of enterprises and entrepreneurs in the process.
07 Jun 2013
Journalists and risk communication experts have called for innovative ways to communicate disaster risks in the media—stressing on the need for both journalists and development practitioners to ‘think outside the box’ in their effort to raise public awareness and influencing policy making.
28 May 2013
Local Peace Committee (LPC) officials from three conflict-sensitive districts have stressed the need for building capacity for LPCS so as to make them able to resolve local level tensions. During closing session of a three-day workshop for LPC officials from Dhanusha, Banke and Kailali in Lalitpur on 24 May, the LPC officials said LPCs were better placed to deal with local conflicts because of unique composition of such mechanisms.
24 May 2013
130 working Nepali journalists from across the country have been awarded reporting fellowships as a part of joint effort of UNDP and Government of Japan to support factual reporting and improvement of basic news gathering skills. The fellowships were awarded as part of support to Nepali journalists to improve reporting and news gathering skills on contentious issues in Nepal’s proposed new constitution.
10 May 2013
A Finnish youth political delegation comprising of eight major parties represented in the Finnish parliament, who were in Nepal on a week-long familiarisation trip, have said that their country should continue aid to developing countries.
10 May 2013
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) jointly organised a workshop on Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting of Crime and Violence last week which resulted in a joint draft strategy and action plan to support the Government of Nepal in improving data gathering and analysis on crime and violence. The strategy and action plan will be presented to the Nepal’s Ministry of Home Affairs for review and approval.
03 May 2013
United Nations Under-Secretary General, High Representative for the LDCs, LLDCs and SIDs, Mr. Gyan Chandra Acharya has said that the Istanbul Programme of Action (IPOA) adopted by 49 Least Developed Countries (LDCs) in May 2011 has been gaining momentum. IPOA sets an ambitious target of creating enabling environment for fifty percent of LDCs to graduate into developing countries by 2020.
16 Apr 2013
Panelists speaking at the national launch of Global Human Development Report 2013 in Kathmandu today called on UNDP to work on pushing for more regional connectivity in South Asia so that the prosperity in the South can trickle down from rapidly developing countries to weaker economies in the region.
18 Mar 2013
UNDP Nepal launches new initiative to foster development debate; first debate focuses on challenges in measuring poverty
As a part of its new initiative to foster debate and on development issues and challenges, UNDP Nepal organized its first Dialogue Series on Friday. The first debate focused on challenges of measuring poverty with special reference to Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI). Dr. Sabina Alkire, Director, Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative, Oxford University, and a key architect of the MPI presented latest MPI findings on Nepal.
14 Mar 2013
The nine-month old political deadlock formally ended in Nepal at midnight Wednesday after major parties signed a deal to hold fresh elections for a Constituent Assembly. Those elections will be held on June 21 under the caretaker government led by the country’s Chief Justice Khil Raj Regmi.
13 Mar 2013
As a part of ongoing consultations on post-2015 development agenda, NGO Federation of Nepal (NFN) organized a National Civil Society Consultation Programme on Post-2015 Development Framework today. Major civil society organizations and key stakeholders, including government agencies, participated in the consultation. Nepali civil society organizations (CSOs) have begun intensifying discussion among themselves to zero in on a position paper that represents civil society view at national level. NFN has already conducted similar district and regional level consultations within Nepal.
26 Feb 2013
UNDP to focus on reducing poverty, disaster and climate-induced vulnerabilities of communities in next five years
The Government of Nepal and UNDP signed today a new Country Programme Action Plan (2013-17) detailing UNDP’s engagement in Nepal for the next five years. The Plan will focus on efforts to reduce vulnerability of communities under threat from climate change and disaster and expanding energy access, while continuing its support for elections, constitution writing and income generating opportunities. During this period a budget of approximately USD 159 million will be used for implementing these programmes.
20 Feb 2013
UNDP’s Conflict Prevention Program (CPP) and Nepal Administrative Staff College (NASC) organized a 4-day Training of Trainers on Theory and Application of the ‘Do No Harm’ Conflict Sensitivity Tool for trainers of different government training academies. The training was conducted from February 5 to 8, 2013. The purpose of the training was to enable government trainers to design and implement their own Do No Harm orientation sessions and stand-alone courses.
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- On #ResilienceSunday, meet Sonia, founder of Cafe Teresa. The cafe sells coffee produced 100% by women living in Huehuetenango, one of the poorest regions in Guatemala. Talk to us! Share yourr favorite local cooperatives with us & tell us how they help your community? http://on.undp.org/vTiJj Photo: PNUD Guatemala 9 hours ago
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