Policy papers

E.g., 10/21/2020
E.g., 10/21/2020
According to behavioural science, it takes three months to adopt a new habit. So, as we enter our eight month of working remotely, we could say that this is our habitual way of working, however tough this may be! The pandemic has taken different shapes in different countries and we are not able to...
The gap between richest and poorest is extreme and growing in Nepal. The poorest have seen their incomes stall in recent years, while the richest fifth of Nepalis have seen their income share increase. The income of the richest 10% is now more than three times that of the poorest 40%. Yet more than...
Mahakali is a river flowing along Nepal- India border. It separates the two countries geographically in most of the places. This basin area of the river spreads in 15,640 square kilometers, and of which, 5,037 kilometers of area lies in Nepal. Around 47 percent of that area is covered by forests...
Government of Nepal declared nationwide lockdown from 24 March to 21 July 2020 aiming at containing the spread of COVID-19 in Nepal. Efforts targeting at increasing public health awareness, procurement of essential health supplies and building capacity of health workers have been continued since...
In the last few weeks, we have witnessed what for me is one of the most heartbreaking face of poverty – migrants displaced from their place of livelihoods, returning to their homes and families exhausted and stressed, placed in quarantine sites without even basic facilities for a dignified stay...
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