This report is a compendium of understanding, concepts, experiences and lessons of disaster risk management (DRM), emergency response planning and capacity building in Nepal.

Bhutan recognizes the provision of safety, health and welfare in the workplace as a prerequisite for economic and spiritual development, poverty reduction and the road to Gross National Happiness.

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 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.

The Master Plan largely focuses to Open Defecation Free (ODF) with universal access to toilet in both the urban and rural context through the total sanitation approach. It has recognized the improved toilet facilities as defined by the Joint Program Monitoring (JMP) Report of UNICEF and WHO.

This is Nepal's Investment Plan for funding under the Scaling-up Renewable Energy Program (SREP).

Whereas, it is expedient to make legal provision to reduce, control and regulate the import, production, sales and distribution and consumption of tobacco products as smoking and tobacco consumption are very injurious to human health and they also have negative impact on activity of society, economy and culture; and Whereas, it is expedient to c

Re-examining the environmental issues and related policies from the perspective of the poor helps in understanding the linkages between them and in identifying the constraints faced by poor people in their day to day lives.

The objectives of the study are: Identify how forest ecosystems support enhancement of adaptive capacity of local communities; Analyze win-win roles of forests for climate change mitigation and adaptation (using multi-criteria analysis); Analyze policy gaps in Nepal to bring forests in the forefront of climate change adaptation while enhancing m