Climate finance is vital to help poor and most vulnerable countries cope with the adverse effects of climate change, but it is still a hotly debated issue at the international level.

The NHSP-2 identifies a number of HRH (Human Resources for Health) challenges and constraints that are affecting the delivery of health services and the achievement of health outcomes. It proposes a range of strategies and issues to address these challenges in the 5-year plan period.

This briefing paper, prepared by Clean Energy Nepal and Clean Air Network Nepal, highlights the features, benefits and challenges of BRT system and the possibility to integrate trolleybus with BRT features in Kathmandu valley.

Forest sector governance is not always easy to define and is even harder to measure. This report, commissioned by LFP, has tried to quantify transparency in Nepal’s forest sector in a way that follows an internationally recognised system as developed by Global Witness.

This paper by UNDP-Nepal has examined the development effectiveness dimensions of climate finance in Nepal. As climate finance is at an early, formative stage in Nepal, it offers a forward looking perspective on how climate finance may be administered in the years ahead.

This study investigates the effects of climate and socioeconomic change on the livelihoods of mountain people in the Hindu-Kush Himalayan (HKH) region, causes of vulnerability, and the ways people's cope with and adapt to change, with the overall aim of contributing to enhancing the resilience of vulnerable mountain communities.

This report synthesises the present knowledge about the consequences that climate change can have for the Hindu

This report provides a comprehensive account of the glacier coverage of the entire Hindu Kush-Himalayan region based on a standardised analysis of satellite images over a limited time frame. The report and the database serve as a significant step in filling the gap in information on the glaciers of the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region.

This Country Status Report has, primarily reviewed the commitments made by Nepal at Rio’92 by presenting and appraising key strategies, policies, instruments, and programs for promoting sustainable development and sustainable mountain development.

Realizing the pivotal role of irrigation in increasing agricultural production and productivity, Nepalese farmers have been traditionally investing in development and expansion of their irrigation systems.