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Experts focus on resilient livelihoods

Policymakers said that reconstruction and rehabilitation works – post April 25 devastating earthquake – should focus on promoting resilient livelihoods. “Livelihood recovery strategy must not only redress the damage caused by the earthquake, but it must also help build the

IMF refuses debt relief for Nepal

International Monetary Fund (IMF) has refused debt relief for Nepal as it has not met all the criterion for the debt relief. IMF spokesperson Gerry Rice today said that Nepal will not receive debt relief from a special IMF trust

UNDP Asia-Pacific chief congratulates Nepal on holding a successful rebuilding conference

UN Assistant Secretary General and UNDP Regional Director for the Asia-Pacific Haoliang Xu has congratulated Nepal on holding a successful conference on rebuilding Nepal in the aftermath of a powerful earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25. The rebuilding conference

Development partners pledge more than half Nepal’s need

Development partners – including both multilateral and bilateral – today pledged $4.4 billion in aid that is almost two-third the Post Disaster Need Assessment (PDNA) estimation for the reconstruction of Nepal. According to preliminary estimation of PDNA, Nepal needs Rs

President, PM discuss ordinance on reconstruction authority

President Dr Ram Baran Yadav and Prime Minister Sushil Koirala today held discussions at the former’s official residence at Shital Niwas on proposed high level authority for reconstruction. During the meeting, they talked about the preparation on bringing an ordinance

Donor conference to chalk out plan for reconstruction

The devastating earthquake of 7.8-magnitude that shook the country on April 25, and the numerous aftershocks that followed, left the country with losses amounting to a third of the total economy. With the National Planning Commission prepared Post-Disaster Needs Assesment

NZ aid organisations call on to push for debt cancellation for Nepal

Humanitarian aid organisations are calling on the New Zealand government to advocate for the immediate and unconditional cancellation of Nepal’s foreign debt after devastating earthquake on April 25 and May 12 and subsequent aftershocks. NGO Disaster Relief Form chair Ian

Capital spending not more than 50 per cent: Minister Mahat

The government finds it challenging to spend budget rather than resource management. There are some challenges in budget spending though resource management is not a tough job,” according to Finance Minister Dr Ram Sharan Mahat. Addressing a programme jointly organised

Earthquake pushes one million Nepalis down poverty line

The devastating earthquake of 7.8-magnitude on April 25 and susbquent aftershocks has pushed an estimated one million people below poverty line. Presenting the findings of the Post-Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) report here today National Planning Commission vice chair Dr Govinda

Country needs Rs 666 billion for reconstruction

The country needs more than the current fiscal year’s budget to reconstruct the damaged infrastructure by the devastating earthquake of 7.8-magnitude on April 25. The preliminary report of Post Disaster Needs Assessment (PDNA) has estimated some Rs 666.31 billion ($6,663.1

Donors’ conference in Kathmandu on June 25

The government has decided to hold international donors’ conference in Kathmandu on June 25. The cabinet meeting today, apart from fixing the date, formed a committee led by finance minister Dr Ram Sharan Mahat to hold the national conference of

Nepal asks UNESCAP to support post-quake reconstruction

Nepal has asked the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP) to help the country in reconstruction efforts in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake on April 25 and minimising the risks of disasters in