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1. The squad of police armed to the squad was quite different if different,
2. If agitating s domestic hathayara (hasya, axes, spades etc.) if they had against him, police were dying from the bridle where the gun came from the heist?
3. Either cervix razor sharp hathyarako
4. Using murder to domestic hathyara, must be struck closely. SSB niskida out, at least in the 10-15 policemen on security ring, 10 is possible only through a police hand out the SSB system. Not so easy to come directly from a crowd or a crowd of arrested a murder esaesabi
5. Either cervix razor sharp hathyarako
6. When no movement is not received within the coming, the room within the 2-year boy died cotton How is that?
7. Not looking forward to the process of investigat
8. The more the number of protesters
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2. Each event / riots / violence in the dying people and the number of reported growth in order to come to, but Nepal's huge media prints are based on the first 25, again 21, 18, 15 coming the next day 8 tungeka were? (There are many posts s Causa already doors)
3. American Florida jiudai wee rosy person had shown great mediyale the basis and why? This news spread of the uddhesya?
UNDP is great helping project in nepal for sustainabl
UNDP is great helping project in nepal for sustainabl
WEED to WONDER: Members of local community in Pokhara, Kaski show the visiting Swedish parliamentarians how they are turning water hyacinth, an invasive aquatic species spreading in the Phewa lake, into handicrafts & compost fertilizer with the support form UNDP Nepal and GEF Small Grants Programme.
Meet Tara Devi Tatwa from Parsa—one of the recipients of recovery assistance being provided by the Chinese government to flood-affected families in the Terai in partnership with UNDP—who simply refuses to be daunted by her circumstances
Call for Stories form journalists on sustainable energy
The UN Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States (UN-OHRLLS) has launched the Voices of a Brighter Future –- a sustainable energy competition – for journalists from the Least Developed Countries (LDCs)....
Journalists from the 47 LDCs are invited to submit stories on how sustainable energy is positively affecting communities in their countries. Stories must have been published or broadcast between 16 August 2017 and 16 March 2018, and must be submitted no later than midnight on 16 March 2018 (EST). The competition is only open to journalists who are nationals from the LDCs. More details may be found at http://unohrlls.org/voices-of-a-brighter-future/
A high-level panel will select three winners who will travel to the Sustainable Energy for All Forum in Lisbon on 2-3 May. There are also plans to highlight all winning and shortlisted content and showcase the action taken on SDG 7.
A start-up seeking to train and match nannies for families looking for affordable child-care help triumphed at the Techstars Global Startup Weekend Kathmandu: Women, Girls and the SDGs that concluded on Sunday. “Nanny for Your Naani” was one among the many innovative start-up concepts tossed around by participants of the grueling three-day workshop, hosted by the Nepal Innovation Lab and the Nepal Entrepreneurs' Hub with support from UNDP Nepal among other partners.
Mentors ...from the business and development fields had been on hand during the 54-hour boot-camp to help participants iron out their concepts and hone their pitches. Over 50 women and young girls initially presented business ideas that were whittled down to the top 10 by the last day. These were presented to a judging panel comprised of World Vision International’s Elizabeth Satow, UNDP’s Renaud Meyer and Mega Banks Raveena Desraj Shrestha.
The winning team will head on to the global competition to be held in Paris, France in March 2018 on the occasion of Women’s Day.
Visiting Swedish parliamentarians reached Gorkha today and observed development projects implemented by UNDP in partnership with the local government and communities in the district. The delegates, accompanied by mayor of Gorkha municipality and other government officials, also toured the historic Gorkha palace.
We would like to congratulate the four representatives of civil society organizations whose participation in the 62nd session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) happening in New York this March will be supported by the UN Country Team!
- Tika Dahal, Vice President, National Federation of the Disabled Nepal - NFDN
- Ching Chippa Bhote Lama, Vice-Chairperson, National Indigenous Women Federation Nepal, and Founder Chairperson of Lhomi Women Welfare F...orum
- Uma Tamang, Advocate, Maiti Nepal
- Kamala Biswokarma, General Secretary, Center for Dalit Women
Wishing you all a good time and great learnings at CSW!
More information: https://goo.gl/6Pud5t
Swedish parliamentarians' visit to Pokhara
A delegation of Swedish parliamentarians today visited and interacted with local communities engaged in sustainable agriculture, enterprise and conservation practices in Pokhara. The team, joined by UNDP’s Country Director Renaud Meyer also interacted with local government representatives and Province 4 assembly members, and shared and exchanged experiences around issues of climate change, women’s empowerment, anti-corruption, youth... employment and other dev priorities.
Sweden has been one of the most engaged development actors, committed to giving 1% of its income to official development assistance (ODA). In 2018, the Government of Sweden is providing $5.4bn as ODA and its top priorities are: gender equality, climate change/climate resilience and peace building.
Sweden is also one of UNDP’s top core donors. In 2018, UNDP will receive around US$78 million. Sweden also supports many pooled funds and programmes, some administered and implemented by UNDP, including the Green Climate Fund and the Global Environment Fund. Sweden is the sole donor of the Integrated Climate Risk Management Programme (ICRMP), a UNDP project currently working in six countries: Armenia, Honduras, Indonesia, Kenya, Nepal and Uganda.
The delegation include six parliamentarian representing different political parties, including those form the ruling and the opposition and they include: Emma Nohrén, Kerstin Lundgren, Margareta Cederfeldt, Marie-Louise Rönnmark, Markus Wiechel and Tina Acketoft.
The Power of Democracy: Photo exhibit showcasing the linkage between democracy and development through instances of electoral assistance provided by the European Union - EU 🇪🇺and UNDP in countries around the world—including Nepal—opens tomorrow in Brussels!
Discussing DRR policy and practice in federal Nepal: To share recent updates to do with Nepal’s newly-drafted National Disaster Risk Reduction Policy and discuss approaches to implementing the same in a federalized context, a workshop was recently organized for the benefit of 49 DRR focal points from different ministries, departments and the National Planning Commission.
The two-day programme was held in Dhulikhel and conducted by UNDP’s Comprehensive Disaster Risk Management Programme (CDRMP), in collaboration with the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Central Department of Environmental Science at Tribhuvan University. The sessions also sought to develop common understanding among participants regarding the linkages between climate change, DRR and sustainable development.
Members of the provincial assemblies of Provinces 1 and 4 were inducted and apprised of their responsibilities going forth into a federal Nepal at recent orientation sessions held by the Federal Parliament Secretariat with UNDP support in Biratnagar and Pokhara.
Training in climate-smart farming practices conducted in Dolakha by UNDP with support from Sweden leads to a bump in yields for struggling farmers : https://goo.gl/MhBnhL
[English Below] वर्षातको मौसममा सधैजसो वाढीपहिरोले अस्तव्यस्त पार्ने दोलखाका खोलिखीम बजारका बासिन्दा यसपालि भने ढुक्क देखिन्थे । स्वीडेन सरकारको सहयोगमा युएनडीपीले नदि नियन्त्रण गर्ने बायो इन्जिनियरिङ संरचना बनाइदिएपछि बाढिको समस्या समाधान भएको हो ।
Read how river-control bio-engineering structures installed by UNDP's #ICRMP with support from the Government of Sweden has offered respite to flood- and fear-stricken locals of Kholikhim Bazaar in #Dolakha: https://goo.gl/suWVFQ
Entrepreneurs from the Federation of Woman Entrepreneurs' Associations of Nepal (FWEAN) were oriented on potential ways in which the SDGs could apply to and be applied in businesses, courtesy of UNDP staff at a session held at UN House on Thursday.
Programme Analyst and private sector focal point at UNDP Nabina Shrestha, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion specialist Binda Magar and Head of Communications Kamal Rj Sg presented on the concept and scope of the Global Goals. T...he presentations were focused particularly on how each of these goals could be leveraged by private sector entities, such as those run by the women entrepreneurs in attendance, for improved business prospects as well as for the betterment of people and planet at large.
FWEAN is among the six major business organizations that have signed a Memoranda of Understanding with UNDP Nepal to collaborate on the SDGs: http://www.np.undp.org/…/nepali-business-community-commits-…
Photo Story: How UNDP, with funding from the Government of China, is helping flood-affected communities in Nepal’s south cope with the effects of severe monsoon flooding.
“The floods swept away all our belongings… we were left with nothing. The recovery package has made it easier to cope with that loss, particularly in dealing with the cold:” Naresh from Rautahat. Thanks to #ChineseAid.
Check out this photo story from the ground: ...
Marking an historic step forward on the path to Nepal’s federalization, Province 3 inducted the members of its state assembly on 12 February—the first of the provinces to do so. The orientation programme, organized in Hetauda by the Federal Parliament Secretariat with the support of UNDP’s Parliament Support Project (#PSP), sought to impart to incoming assembly members basic information on the provincial parliament secretariat and parliamentary processes, as well as other sal...ient aspects of their new roles and responsibilities, such as budget-planning, dispute resolution and law-making, among other subjects.
Addressing the members, Dr Rose Nath Pandey of the Provincial Parliament Secretariat spoke of the importance of the journey they were embarking on, and the need to bring their diverse backgrounds and experiences to bear on their efforts going forth. Echoing this, UNDP’s Deputy Country Director in Nepal, Sophie Kemkhadze congratulated the assembly for overcoming such significant challenges in getting to this stage, and pledged UNDP’s continued support in bringing decision-makers closer to the people as “Nepal writes its own unique history of federalism.”