Apple processing in Jumla District, Photo credit: Chandra Shekhar Karki/UNDP Nepal Women collecting jungle grass for weaving mats in Sunsari district, Photo credit: UNDP Nepal Nepalese migrant workers boarding a crowded train to return back to their country, Photo credit: Sudipto Das/IOM Members of micro-enterprise group supported by MEDEP in Surkhet district of Nepal, Photo credit: Chandra Shekhar Karki/UNDP Nepal A school  retrofitted for earthquake resiliency,Photo credit: NRRC

Population and sustainable development in the Post-2015 agenda

22 July 2014
The Outcome Report of the Global Consultation on Population Dynamics and the Post-2015 Development Agenda makes the clearest and strongest case to date why population issues must be integrated in the new development agenda....

Enhancing Employment-Centric Growth in Nepal: Situational Analysis for the Proposed Employment Policy, Government of Nepal

4 June 2014
The study outlines the situation of the labour market in Nepal, highlighting in particular, the key constraints and challenges relating to employment-centric growth and reviews existing policies and programmes relevant to the challenges of employment....

Nepal Human Development Report 2014

16 May 2014
Nepal is presently making efforts to move out of an extended political transi- tion and has resolved to accelerate its graduation from a least developed to a developing country by 2022. The importance...