Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
Training and capacity building; Awareness raising; facilitate market linkages and community assets creation
1. Increased access to quality health and nutrition services and information; 2. Better access to improved water, sanitation, and hygiene services, strategies, and technologies; 3. Improved access to effective disaster risk management services, strategies, and technologies; 4. Improved access to appropriate and diverse financial services and products; 5. Improved access to dynamic and responsive agricultural and non-agricultural markets; 6. Improved access to productive natural resources and resource management systems; 7. Increased participation, agency and voice of vulnerable groups in governance processes; 8. Enabling rules and regulations applied; 9. Enabling knowledge systems, attitudes and perceptions across community, private sector and government institutions; 10. Social capital across diverse community groups, private sector stakeholders and government institutions
Vulnerable populations in the middle and high hills of Mid and Far Western Nepal are food secure
1) Improved health and nutrition status for vulnerable households, despite exposure to shocks and stresses; 2) Increased income for vulnerable households, despite exposure to shocks and stresses; 3) Increased food availability among vulnerable communities, despite exposure to shocks and stresses
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