ongoing projects

Safer Migration Project (SaMi)

Over the years, migration for foreign employment has become an essential source of income for many Nepalese households. It is estimated that some 1,500-2,000 Nepalese, the majority of them young men, leave the country daily – mainly to Malaysia and...

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Food and Nutrition Security Enhancement Project (FANSEP)

Food insecurity remains a serious challenge for Nepal. Agricultural growth provides the principle pathway to tackle this problem. For agriculture to make this contribution, land and labour productivity have to grow to start with. This is the only way to...

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Education literacy Project

Education is about learning skills and knowledge. It also means helping people to learn how to do things and support them to think about what they learn. It’s also important for educators to teach ways to find and use information. Through education, the knowledge...

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Strengthening capacity of earthquake Affected families with children and Helping them Attain a resilient Society (SAHAS)

“SAHAS” Strengthening capacity of earthquake affected families with children to Attain a resilient Society, is a project started at July 2017 in Gorkha district in former two VDCs namely Tanglichok and Bhumlichok. Both are occupied with more number of indigenous...

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Facilitate for access of Women and Children with Disabilities/Impairments to Healthcare and Social Protection (AC5 )

AC5 project is a combination of different sectors such as Health and rehabilitation, Social Protection, Inclusive Education and Inclusive Livelihood. The project has started with expected outcome of Enhanced access of persons with disabilities to social protection services through an...

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Policy Advocacy and Lobby

UN Nepal has special expertise in policy advocacy specially in local government. We understand that policy advocacy means new policy formulation, amendment and effective implementation in the district. As being a member of NGO federation, FEDEN, AYON, District civil Society...

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