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Needs and capacity assessment of fourteen rural and urban municipalities on disaster risk reduction and management in Nepal

Source(s):  International Organization for Migration (IOM)

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) - UN Migration Agency carried out an assessment to analyse and assess existing strength, capacity, resources and understanding of elected representatives and staff of municipal governments to operationalize DRRM Act, 2017. This study aims to provide an overview of needs and capacities at the municipal level in the context of new legislative changes in Nepal and for the implementation of the National Strategic Action Plan for DRRM 2018-2030.

A total of fourteen municipalities in all seven provinces of Nepal were assessed, making it an extensive analysis and is first of such assessment done on DRRM in Nepal. The municipal capacity assessment methodology and process serves as an example to scale up in other remaining municipalities. Assessed, in detail, are four areas of needs and capacities, responsibility for local governments to DRRM actions.



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  • Needs and capacity assessment of fourteen rural and urban municipalities on disaster risk reduction and management in Nepal
  • Publication date 2019
  • Number of pages 80 p.

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