Changing Paradigms of Aid Effectiveness in Nepal

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Aid to developing countries in 2013, an all-time high

08/04/2014 - Development aid rose by 6.1% in real terms in 2013 to reach the highest level ever recorded, despite continued pressure on budgets

IFC can float bonds worth Rs 50 bn

1/04/2014: A Cabinet meeting held today allowed the International Finance Corporation to float local currency bonds

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World of the Rich Man
By:- Renu Raj Bhandari & Kate Lappin
We must make sure our voices are heard internationally, that we no longer accept being governed by the wealthy, simply providing cheap labour and getting small pockets of aid. We want no less than human rights....

Food aid: A birds eye view
By:- DR. Girish P. Pant
Food aid can be classified into project aid, program aid and relief or emergency aid. Project food aid is directed to the poorest in terms of a basic-needs strategy. Commodities are utilized to fund targeted food allowances of distribution programs, ...

Enabling Institutional Competency for Good Governance
By:- Dev Raj Dahal, Head, FES, Nepal Office
Governance-effectiveness rests on fostering the centripetal forces of society and establishing state-society coherence through national self-determination of politics, constitutional laws and development policies without being prejudiced to humanitar...

Social Exclusion and Food Insecurity
By:- Khyam Bishwokarma
Around 35 percent Dalits are reported to be food-poor, which is nearly three times the number of food-poor Brahmins....

MDGs and the media
By:- Meera Amatya
The challenges in achieving the millennium development goals without accountability and transparency‚ which are the key components of good governance‚ seems quite difficult. In this‚ the Nepali media has been playing its role as a facilitator for dis...


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