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Nepal Program Review 2014

Nepal Review 2014

2014 has seen the successful completion of 4 important projects for Mission East in Nepal. These projects focused on disaster risk reduction and resilience building women empowerment, and trade and business in the NTFP sector.  New  projects will start in 2015 in the same direction but including lessons learned from past actions. 



From Learning to Lobbying in Nepal

From March 2013 to December 2014, Nepal National Dalit Social Welfare Organisation (NNDSWO), jointly with KIRDARC Nepal and Samjhauta Nepal, with the technical assistance of Mission East, implemented “Bringing Inclusive Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction (CBDRR) Models into Remote Communities of Karnali, N



An unseen reality - recovery following small disasters in remote areas

An unseen reality - recovery following small disasters in remote areas

This report examines the recovery experience of small, remote Nepalese communities in the aftermath of disaster. The aim is both to provide academic insight and to contribute to the formulation of better recovery strategies, policies and plans by government and other “external” agencies.



Nepal Annual Review 2013

Nepal 2013 annual review

When Mission East decided to focus its support on the Karnali zone in 2007, we already knew that it would be a challenge to reach such a remote region and its people. That is why we decided to be there, and only there.
 



Annual report 2013

Mission East Annual report 2013

2013 marked the inclusion of new groups of beneficiaries in current and new geographies, as well as the establishing of Mission East in neighbouring Germany. 



Nepal Program Review 2013

Nepal Program Review 2013

When Mission East decided to focus its support on the Karnali zone in 2007, we already knew that it would be a challenge to reach such a remote region and its people. That is why we decided to be there, and only there.



Third phase of Emergency Response Mechanism in Afghanistan is completed

Kabul, 08.04.2014 - The Emergency Response Mechanism (ERM), funded by the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid Department (ECHO), has continued to respond to emergencies triggered by on-going conflict or sudden-onset natural disasters that occur in Afghanistan. The ERM programme has finished its third phase and has brought about a number of achievements.
 



Third phase of Emergency Response Mechanism in Afghanistan is completed

Kabul, 08.04.2014 - The Emergency Response Mechanism (ERM), funded by the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid Department (ECHO), has continued to respond to emergencies triggered by on-going conflict or sudden-onset natural disasters that occur in Afghanistan. The ERM programme has finished its third phase and has brought about a number of achievements.



Mission East annual report 2012

2012 marked exciting new developments in the work of Mission East, both in our project countries in Eastern Europe and Asia, and at home in Denmark. While the year before, we had concluded a strategic process in which we identified two priority sectors in our development work: Rural Community Development and Disability & Special Needs, 2012 saw our project work expanded in these areas, resu

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