Nepal Peace and Development Strategy (2010-2015)

2011. Author: Various

This strategy aims to provide a framework for how Nepal’s development partners can work together to support implementation of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA). The strategy is divided into four sections. Chapter 2 provides an analysis of the CPA and the conceptual underpinning of the strategy, identifying progress, challenges and implications for development partners. Chapter 3 identifies short-term peace priorities. Chapter 4 looks at the long-term, transition issues articulated in the CPA. Finally, Chapter 5 looks at how development partners can increase their contribution on to peace and development in Nepal through improved coordination, alignment and partnership.

  • Nepal
  • Asia Pacific
  • Policy/Strategic Framework

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