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Covid-19 Crisis as an Opportunity for People Centered Land Reform in Nepal

Covid-19 Crisis as an Opportunity for People Centered Land Reform in Nepal

COVID-19 continues to intensify its attack on every sector. This pandemic has triggered a discussion worldwide about the agriculture and food security among others; but early debates lack discussion on what kind of land reform should we look for to achieve agriculture development and food security in Nepal after Covid-19? […]

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Kitchen Garden for Fresh Vegetables

Kitchen Garden for Fresh Vegetables

Nationwide lock-down due to COVID -19 has locked so many people in their houses to keep themselves safe from the risk of COVID -19. However, “Stay-Home, Stay-Safe” left everyone wondering how they can get food on their table if the lock-down period continues? Farmers are working in their field and […]

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Joint Land Ownership Brings Happiness in Families

Joint Land Ownership Brings Happiness in Families

Maya Devi Lama, 33, of Melamchi municipality ward no-06 of Sindhupalchok district got marriage with Dendu Lama of same place in 16 years ago. Like other women she had also the responsibilities of cultivating farms. However, the land which she used to culitivate was not registerd in her name. She […]

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Press-Release Community Self Reliance Centre (CSRC) 12th Annual Social Audit

Press-Release Community Self Reliance Centre (CSRC) 12th Annual Social Audit

Community Self-Reliance Centre (CSRC) organized its 12th Annual Social audit in Lainchaur, Kathmandu on 16th September 2019. The annual financial transaction and progress of CSRC was showcased in the social audit. The programme was inaugurated by Hon. Minister of Land Management, Co-operative and Poverty Alleviation Ms. Padma Kumari Aryal in […]

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Advocacy Strategy Development Workshop for the Harwa-Charwa Movement of Emancipation

Advocacy Strategy Development Workshop for the Harwa-Charwa Movement of Emancipation

Harwa-Charwa is an extreme form of bonded labour. Although, the Constitution of Nepal, 2015 has officially abolished bonded labour system in the country, Harwa-Charwa still prevails as a pure form of bondage labour in many eastern terai districts of Nepal. The acute poverty has led these communities towards a never […]

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Nepal Government adopts a National Land Policy, first time in Nepal

Nepal Government adopts a National Land Policy, first time in Nepal

The Council of Ministers approved the National Land Policy on 21 March 2019. The policy formulation process had commenced in 2012 under the leadership of the then Ministry of Land Reform and management. It has the provisions of ensuring proper access and management of land and land resources for the […]

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