Ongoing Project

  • This project will support the Government of Nepal’s Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) and aims to demonstrate how heritage settlements like Bungamati can be revived through sustainable tourism

Completed Project

  • This project is funded by people of Japan and is Supporting 2,200 extremely vulnerable households with no or limited chances for self-recovery for shelter through community led-recovery processes(* Emphasizing women, including pregnant women, nursing mothers, women headed households and elderly, disabled, injured and very poor from households which took up spontaneous on-plot shelter or which are sheltering nearby, including in camps, or with host families)
  • The Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) is a programme of the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) which aims to support communities with lack of access to sanitation facilities change their behavior in relation to sanitation and hygiene practices.
  • Green Homes – the Sustainable Housing is an approach that includes housing systems which reduce pressure on natural resources and carbon emissions, thus resulting in human wellbeing, social equity, and promotion of green economy.
  • The Catalytic Support on Land Issues Project is a two years project starting 15 March 2013, and financed by the UN Peace-building Fund, a global UN multi-donor trust fund supported by over 50 international donors and managed through the UN Peace Fund for Nepal.
  • A powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on 25 April, with the epicenter in Gorkha District.
  • The Water for Asian Cities (WAC) Programme is a collaborative initiative between the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT), the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Governments of Asia. The WAC Programme was officially launched at the Third World Water Forum on 18 March 2003 and a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between ADB and UN-HABITAT on the same day in Osaka, Japan. The first Asian Ministerial Forum was held in Osaka, Japan, on 19 March 2003 and adopted as a Ministerial Declaration on Water for Asian Cities.In addition ADB announced an increase in its loan component by US$ 1 billion and its grant component by US$ 10 million for the Water for Asian Cities Programme on the occasion of the World Water Week in Stockholm in August 2006.