The World Bank has approved the Second Programmatic Fiscal and Public Financial Management Development Policy Credit (DPC2) Project that supports the Government of Nepal’s efforts to establish a framework to move towards fiscal federalism and improve the policy framework for public financial management.
In the Bhutan-Nepal Human Capital Forum that began today, participants have highlighted the need to urgently invest in the early years of childhood to drive growth and development in the productive years. The two-day conference started with the participation of high-level delegates from both countries who met to strategize ways of investing more and better on human capital.
India-Nepal Relations are multi-layered and formed through the traction of deep trust for each-other entrusted by both the friendly countries, and favourable socio-cultural and strategic fundamentals.
The Madhyapur Thimi municipality has made an income of Rs. 917.449 million in the current fiscal year. Of them, Rs. 118.6 million was generated through internal sources and Rs. 799.7 million from external sources. Speaking at a press meet held here Saturday to review the two years of assumption of office by the elected officials at the municipality, Mayor Madan Sundar Shrestha said of the budget endorsed by the second municipality assembly, 77.75 per cent income has been made as of mid May.
Israel ambassador to Nepal Benny Omer said Israel would help in Nepal's agriculture sector. Nepal could learn much from Israel's progress in agriculture, he said referring to a training centre opened by India following agriculture system of Israel.
Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has called on SAARC region investors to confidently invest in Nepal as the country offered an investment-friendly environment.
Nepal and the World Bank signed an agreement today to scale up renewable energy options in selected regions of Nepal in partnership with private sector.
Special measures are needed in hydro and irrigation projects in Nepal to arrest rapidly declining fish stocks in the country’s rivers, according to a new study from the Asian Development Bank (ADB).