Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
Output 1Poor social excluded and vulnerable (PSV) and their organizations have increased access to and use management of natural resources, services and entitlements
Output 2 More smallholder and women farmers have increased their agriculture productivity and production through sustainable practices
Output 3 More poor social excluded and vulnerable (PSV) have increased household income through enterprise development.
Output 4 Poor social excluded and vulnerable (PSV) and their organizations, civil society organizations (CSOs), media and networks are capacitated, empowered and become vibrant to influence decisions, policies and practices.
Output 5 Private Sectors/ Financial Institutions are more accountable to increase investment and services in agriculture and enterprises
Output 6 Local and national government are more responsive to deliver services and create employment opportunities for women, small holder farmers, landless and seasonal migrants
Output 7: Government led development and implementation of community based DRR and adaptation plans for livelihoods diversification
Output 8: Enhanced government capacity on urban DRR
Output 9 : Increased engagement of private sectors in DRR and Humanitarian programme in urban and rural settings
Output 10: Government and local Partners are able to respond to CAT 3 emergency
Output 11 : Improved level of emergency preparedness in target area and scaled up in cities
Output 12: Increased engagement with national level networks and academia on DRM/WASH, EFSVL, media
Output 13 Voices of most vulnerable and socially excluded communities are heard and reflected in policy and programs such as DM Act, regulations and institutional arrangement
Output 14 Decrease in acceptance of VAW at individual, household and community levels.
Output 15 Improved gender relations in the homes and communities in the programme area.
Output 16 Increase in women leaders who contest and actively participate in elections at village and district levels.
Output 17 Increase (compared to base line) in the number of poor and marginalized women directly supported by this programme in local level governance structures
Output 18 Women directly supported by this programme have increased understanding of gender equality, local governance processes and their roles and responsibilities as active citizens.
Output 19 Women farmers organise in community and district level groups and networks to work collectively for their food security
Output 20 Women’s groups and their networks linked to national level network for solidarity and collaboration in working for women’s rights.
Output 21 Masses engaged through door-to-door campaigns and community/ward level gatherings demonstrate support for children and youths’ right to SRHR and against child marriage.
Output 22 Number of media stories with positive coverage of women’s contribution to social transformation
3 Government and private sector increasingly develop and implement pro poor policies, programmes and practices that strengthen food security, land rights and climate resilience
4 High-risk communities, both urban and rural, have reduced their disaster risks and become more resilient to the effects of natural disasters and climate related shocks.
5The Government of Nepal mainstreams DRR into policies, plans and budget and implements local disaster risk reduction planning guidelines.
6 Government, civil society and private sector are able to deliver effective, accountable, gender sensitive humanitarian assistance, in accordance with international standards.
7 Reduce the prevalence of gender-based violence, and the threat of such violence, by changing deep-seated norms and attitudes in Nepali Society that perpetuate violence against women.
8 Enable women, especially from marginalised communities, to participate equally in politics and governance through addressing social barriers.
9 Create a positive legal and policy environment for gender equality and women’s rights
10 Enable cross-sector networks and platforms to grow women’s leadership at different levels, amplify their voice, and leverage their collective strength for transformative change.
Impact 1: Improved food security and livelihoods status of poor, socially excluded and vulnerable women and men
Impact 2: Saving lives now and in the future with enhanced resilience for vulnerable women and men at risk of, or coping with, disasters.
Impact 3: Women enjoy equal rights and are valued and acknowledged as decision makers at all levels
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