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Strengthening Foundations of Federalism in Nepal

Last updated: 27/11/2022
IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-1-300009


In addition, the programme through other components like Coherence supports local elected leaders, local government associations, and provincial and federal government to promote inclusive decision-making processes and capacity of local governments (input code: 15150- democratic participation and civil society). A modest pilot is also being implemented to test if issues-based approach to development problem solving will promote state-citizen engagement and improve development outcomes especially those contributing to a meaningful inclusion of women and marginalised groups. Both coherence and the pilot will be grounded in evidence and regular political economy analysis (isc: 43082, 15170 - governance research; women's equality organizations and institutions)


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Developing countries, unspecified, Nepal
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Programme data last updated on 27/11/2022