Nepal Human Development Report 2020: Beyond LDC Graduation: Productive Transformation and Prosperity has focused on how Nepal could meaningfully advance towards sustainable human development at a faster pace.
Lack of proper sanitation and hygiene are barriers for the world’s most disadvantaged, threatening the foundations of economies and health.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, civil society organizations (CSOs) in Nepal are closely monitoring and responding to the emerging health and socio-economic needs of communities on the ground.
To meet the emergency needs of the people and to help Nepal build back better, the United Nations provided the UN Secretary General COVID Response Fund to Nepal
Ending child marriage and investing more into the child’s future is an indispensable responsibility of Nepal to ensure that it fully achieves the SDGs.
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