Changing Paradigms of Aid Effectiveness in Nepal

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ADB and Japenese Aid to custom modernization

23/5/2014-The Japanese government and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) are partnering to support the government of Nepal in modernising its cust

NPC announces projects on trouble

15/5/2014-The NPC said that since there is no programme document, it is not clear what kind of activities will be initiated in the long and medi

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Apathy Over Aid Effectiveness
By:- Mark Tran
The global partnership on aid effectiveness, unveiled to great fanfare in Busan, South Korea, in 2011, was supposed to bring together all the pieces of the puzzle that make development work....

A Farewell to Aid
By:- Lal Shankar Ghimire, Former FACD Head, Ministry of Finance
A country needs to become independent 20 to 30 years since starting to receive foreign aid. In Nepalís case, it has already been six and a half decades but there is no sign that we will be self-reliant anytime soon. ...

Better out than in
By:- Mina Aryal
On the international front, or destination markets, foremost is the issue of market access. The up to 97 percent duty-free quota-free (DFQF) market access for LDCs provided by developed nations is not enough as the remaining three percent restriction...

Great leaps forward
By:- Marco Cavalcante
Since 2000, Nepal has made remarkable progress in reducing extreme poverty and also significantly reduced hunger...

Foreign Aid and Democracy of Nepal
By:- Himalaya SJB Rana
In my view Nepalís Non-alignment policy and international relation did not influence Nepali politics and infrastructure development, as foreign aid was received both from the First World and Second World....


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