CSRC Policy

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Notice for Invitation of Sealed Bids
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Social Audit Report 2022
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September
Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 60
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September
Audit Report FY 2078/79
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August
PRATIBADDHA-II, Together for Disaster Preparedness and Early Action in Landslide Affected Hills Area of Nepal

Building on achievements and learnings of PRATIBADDHA-I and gaps identified, the Action aims to work in 4 municipalities most exposed to landslide risks in Bagmati province, where the Government of Nepal (GoN) implements pilots designed to improve humanitarian preparedness and response. The Action aims to unlock bottlenecks that prevent households […]

28
August
People’s Landscape Approach (PLA)

CSRC along with Oxfam in Nepal, LIBIRD, NEEDS and ICIMOD developed the People’s Landscape Approach (PLA) Framework. The framework provides new opportunities to conceptualize the complex relations between humans and nature, calling for more integrated forms of conservation and natural resources management, with the aim to reconcile conservation and development […]

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August
Support Upscale Fit-For Purpose Land Administration Country Strategy Implementation, Policy Support and Capacity Development (FFPLA)

This project is designed for furthering the ongoing GLTN country-level engagement in selected municipalities in Nepal aligning with the GLTN strategic Plan 2018-2030, UNDAF 2018-2022 and the UN Socio-Economic Recovery Framework for Nepal, and supporting an up-scale FFP approach for tenure security. The major objective of this project is to […]

28
August
Durable Solutions III

Based on the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO)-funded Durable Solutions III programme, People in Need (PIN) and CSRC (Community Self Reliance Centre) is implementing a management-oriented consortium based on equal partnership with strong expertise in systemic inclusion, DRM and land issues to develop and facilitate the model for durable […]

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August
Promoting Community-led and Climate Resilience Land-Agriculture Practices for Sustainable Livelihood of Rural Communities (CRI)

The Climate Resilient Land-Agriculture campaign has been conducted in Lakshminia, Purano Kantibazar, and Naya Basti of Gaushala Municipality-12 under Madhesh Province, and Panchpokhari Thangpal Rural Municipality -2 Baruwa (Dale, Bolgaun, and Salme) in Sindhupalchok district under Bagmati Province with the facilitation of the Community Self-Reliance Service Centre supported by World […]

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Nepalma Bhushashanko Sthaniyakaran
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Vacancy Announcement
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Mohiyani Hak ra Bedartawal Mohiko Sthiti
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Vacancy Announcement
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Policy Brief Issue 2
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Land Use Regulations 2079
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CSRC Brochure
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CSRC Poster
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Value Chain Preliminary Study Report
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 59
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REFLECTIONS 2021
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 58
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Social Audit Report 2021
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Audit Report FY 2077/078
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 57
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Jugal Gaupalikako Bhu-Upayog Sochpatra
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Violations In The Name Of Conservation
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Mohi Kishan Awastha ra Prabhab Mulyangkan
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Tenants and Tenancy: State and Assessment
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 56
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Reflections 2020
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ILC Contribution in Nepal
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Social Audit Report 2020
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ANGOC- COVID Statement
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Audit Report 2076_2077
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A Position Paper: The Land Bank in Nepal
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September
Durable Solution II Learning Book
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Strategy Paper 2020-2025_English
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Strategy Paper 2020-2025_Nepali
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ANGOC-COVID Statement
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 55
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2015-2020
  • Mass mobilization for land rights in the Constitution
  • Involves for national land policy formulation process
  • Involves in earthquake relief, recovery and reconstruction
  • Land Policy 2019, Land Use Act, 2019, Land Act (8th amendment), 2019
  • Engagement with three tiers of government for implementation of land laws
  • Establish as a resource organization of land and agrarian rights and government recognizes as an expert organization
  • Land Rights, Livelihood strengthening programme at local government
  • MoU with local government, federal government and UN-agencies to solve the problems of landless and informal settlers
  • Involve in action research on land and agrarian rights
  • Government forms High Level Land Commission to return back Encroached Guthi and Pubic Land and Executive Director of CSRC appointed as a member of commission
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Land Bank Review Paper
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May
UN Declaration on Peasant Rights
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May
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? […]

13
May
Briefing
1
May
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 […]

14
April
Local Fund Raising Training Report-Nepali
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April
Thumbu Feels Secure in New House

Thumbu Ghale of Kispang Rural Municipality in Nuwakot district was living in his house when the first tremor of earthquake hit on 25 April 2015. The disaster severely destroyed their house leaving Thumbu and his wife buried under the rubble unconscious. They remained unaware of the catastrophe and its consequence. […]

7
April
Mauriniya Cooperative Transforms Lives of Landless Families

Mauraniya is a small village in Tikapur of Kailali district in Sudurpaschim province. Mostly women run the village; men are mostly migrated to India in search of labor work. Thirty-five landless families are living here for twenty five years. Currently, each family ploughs less than a hectare of land, but […]

7
April
Kanchi also owns the land

Kanchi Omu Lama, 53, is a resident of Kiul village in Shermathang of Helambu Rural Municipality. There are five members in her family. Their children are away from home for employment. Helambu has mountain topography. Potato is the main stable produce there. But wild boars from nearby forest make it […]

7
April
Fruits of Consistent Struggle: Happiness in Village-Block

In and around 1990, Nepal government conducted land survey in various part of the country. Survey team also went to Khayarmara area of Bardibas Municipality in Mahottari District. The team carried out a wholesome survey of the village. In this way, 64 households of Khayarmara village became a ‘village block’ […]

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April
Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 54
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March
Reflections 2019
28
February
NES Bulletin
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February
Land Dictionary
14
January
PRAYAAS Ko Prayaas
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January
My Drudgery has been Reduced

Dawa Tamang got married before sixteen years in Aarundanda, Banskharka. She has spent half of these years fetching water from different sources. She had to walk at least an hour to fetch water.  Dawa shared “Water crisis was acute in our village from the beginning. Half our day used to […]

10
December
POOL FUND

POOL Fund focused on quick response activities intending to meet basic need of affected household in emergency condition. The main focus area of POOL FUND is promoting livelihood strategies and reconstruction of devastated irrigation schemes. Encouraged the local people for their livelihood options this project focused on the cultivation of […]

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November
PRAYAAS-II

The PRAYAAS-II theme is to contribute to Building Back Better (BBB), reconstruction, restoring livelihoods and building resilience of the most at risk HHs and communities to deal with stress and shocks. The project is focused on addressing the humanitarian risks of most at risk households (HHs) through access to financial […]

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November
Sealed Quotation Request Form
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November
Sealed Quotation Notice
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November
Land Related Laws
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October
Bhumi Krishi Abhiyan
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October
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September
Social Audit Report 2019
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September
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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September
FFPLA Summary Report Nepali
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September
Krishi Bhumiko Upayog
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September
Auditor Report 2075/76
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September
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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August
Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 53
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August
BhumiAdhikar Bulletin 52
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August
Samyukta Jagga Dhani Purja
14
August
Haruwa-Charuwa-(Case Booklet)
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August
Muktiko Khojima Haruwa Charuwa
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August
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Sustainably Uplifting Poor Vulnerable Socially Excluded (PVSE)’s Prosperity through Entrepreneurship Realization (SUPPER)

SUPPER identifies the In addition to basic need and livelihood options of disaster affected communities and focuses on recovery enhancing resiliency of households through improving human capability in improved cultivation practices and input support.

13
July
Strategy Plan 2071-2076
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July
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 […]

13
July
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 […]

13
July
Federal Parliament Passes the Land Use Act

On the 10th March, 2019, Nepalese federal parliament endorsed the Land Use Act to regulate land management and ensuring sustainable use of land resources in the country.The government formulated National Land Use Policy in 2012. But the policy remained unimplemented because of the absence of necessary regulations for its implementation. […]

13
July
“Now I Have Equal Rights with My Husband”: Joint Land Ownership

Equality begins in the home(Bibesika Bhurtel) House reconstruction has entailed tremendous efforts on the part of both husbands and wives, but when it comes to claiming legal ownership over the property, the wife’s share in this work is often forgotten. Traditionally, land and property are inherited from father to son(s) […]

1
July
PRAYAAS-II Factsheet

Name of Project PRAYAAS-II: Building resilience of the most at risk household and communities through transformative, innovative, inclusion of diversity and process of equity across the earthquake affected area in Nepal Working Area Indrawati Rural Municipality 1,2,3,4,11 and 12(6 Wards of RM) Contact Person Gopal Krishna Basnet, District Project Coordinator […]

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June
Sustainable Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Action in Nepal (SWASTHA) – Project (WASH).

WASH envisions to ensure access to safe drinking water and sanitation facilities in the post disaster context. In line with national response strategy, the proposed project strengthened access to WASH services by supporting the repair / construction of water system; provision of sanitation and hygiene facilities; and capacity buildings activities […]

5
June
People-Led Solution for Better Accountability Practices (PELSAP)

People Led Solutions for Better Accountability Practices (PELSAP) is a project started with joint collaboration between Community Self-Reliance Centre (CSRC) and Action Aid Nepal (AAN) to establish better accountability and transparency in both governmental and nongovernmental activities being conducted in the working area with effective support and cooperation from the […]

5
June
Rehabilitation of facilities of Earthquake Affected People (REAP-II) “Joint Land ownership”

REAP II HELVETAS facilitation and CSRC concerning the to the earthquake affected people for the acquisition of the land and the implementation of the Joint Land ownership for the beneficiaries of the Rehabilitation of facilities of Earthquake Affected People (REAP-ii) in Sindhupatchowk implemented jointly by the HELVETAS Nepal and Solider […]

5
June
Commitment Based Initiative (CBI 8, 9 & 10)

Mandated by the Asia members of ILC in the 2016 Asia Regional Assembly (September 2015; Tagaytay, Philippines), ANGOC has been designated as the convener of the Asia Working Group for Criminalization and Human Rights. This working group has combined commitments #9 and 10, and hence now known for that commitment […]

5
June
Advocacy Technical Assistance Project (ATAP)

Legally, bonded labour system has already been abolished in Nepal. However in reality, ‘Haruwa’ (ploughmen) ‘Charuwa’ (cattle herders) is a pure form of bondage that is still prevailing in many districts in the country. Against this backdrop CSRC in partnership with the freedom fund is implementing ATAP project. Here, CSRC […]

3
June
A Bud Blossoming in Sagarnath Home People’s StoriesA Bud Blossoming in Sagarnath

Sagarnath area of Sarlahi district had thick forest before 2005. Gradually, the forest smugglers cleared the forest and sold the trees inside and outside of Nepal. Many people who were living along the bank of the rivers of Makawanpur, Sindhuli, Parsa and other districts came to live inside the area. […]

3
June
My new house has given me a new Identity

Januka Thapa Magar, 41 is a permanent resident of Uttargaya Rural Municipality ward no 4, Pairebesi. Born in neighboring district Nuwakot, She was married in a small age due to her family impoverished status. Although, Magar has a huge family of 9 members her limited land only produces food enough to her […]

3
June
Ownership is mine, now I am not landless

Som Maya Bhandari of Helambu Rural Municipality ward no 2, kiul is a stereo typical example of women being a mere object of patriarchal society. She and her family of 5 were amply affected by the quake her mother in law was deceased in the disaster. Her husband being an […]

3
June
Distress of land being sold without my consent is over

Konu kumari karki and her family of 5 are one of the typical examples of rural families of Nepal. Like other’s Kumari family was also affected by massive earthquake of 2015. Konu shares “Our ward was worst hit by quake. Death toll was highest in our area. Few days were spent in […]

3
June
My Journey from Victim to Social Leader

I am Patali Thami. I was born in a poor family in small village of Sindhupalchok district and was deprived of having basic rights including right to food. Although I was keen to study at school but my parents could not send me school due to the poverty. I was […]

3
June
Landless Minor Acquired Land Rights Certificate

Santosh Nagarkoti of Helambu Rural Municipality ward no 2 , Kiul became an orphan at a very small age after his farther untimely died in 2006 and his mother got second marriage. Santosh took all the responsibilities such as her education, health, care and others of his small sister. He […]

3
June
Landless Flood Victims Ensure Access to Land

There was a village of 33 landless households in Guleriya municipality-4 of Bardiya district. The landless people had been living there since 1987. The land where they were living remained unregistered and belonged to government. The landless farmers were struggling to get land rights certificate for long. However, due to […]

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June
Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 51
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 50
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 49
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 48
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 47
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 46
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 45
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 44
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 43
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 42
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 41
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 40
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 39
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 38
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 37
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 36
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 35
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 34
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 33
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 32
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 31
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 30
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 29
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 28
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 27
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 26
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 25
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 24
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 23
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 22
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 21
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 20
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 19
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 18
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 17
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 16
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 15
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 14
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 13
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 12
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 11
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 10
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 9
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 8
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 7
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 6
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 5
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 4
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 3
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 2
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Bhumi Adhikar Bulletin 1
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Social Audit Report 2018
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September
NES Brochure
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August
Agro-based Enterprises Change the Life Style of Mushahar Families

The 63 Mushahar families of Golbazar municipality of Siraha district did not have their own land for cultivation. They were serving lives by working as wage labor. The money they earned was just enough to feed them every day. During the time a project was developed to support these Musahar families with […]

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July
Self-Sustaining through Agro Based Enterprises

Ranamaya Katuwal aged 56 is a permanent resident of Sukoshi Rural Municipality-8 in Okhaldhunga district. She did not have any source of income before 2012. Rana Maya was completely dependent with her husband’s and sons’ income. She affiliated at Samabeshi VLRF of her Tole in 2012 as a member. She […]

28
July
Women are being economically empowered: “I don’t have to ask for cash to others for my personal work

Mahakaleshwori women collective group has been established with a major objective of enhancing and supporting women in improving their economic socio status level through forming different sub groups as per their livelihood options. Here, these women collective group has been supported Rs 4, 00,000 under the community led reconstruction programme […]

27
July
After years of struggle hope has finally come

Ful maya lama , a resident of Helambu rural municipality ward no 1 Thulodhunga is a symbol representing one of a typical Nepali female who has to undergo different problems and struggles just to find her identity. Like many thousands women of Nepal struggling each day after being married have […]

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July
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July
Step Closer towards Sustainable Rehabilitation

My name is Buddhe Waiba Tamang and I am originally from Tadi Rural Municipality ward number one of Nuwakot. Now I am living in Tadi Rural Municipality, ward number 3, Budune with my family. My place of origin has been all damaged by the earthquake. So almost after a year […]

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July
Badhuwa Pratha Birudha Nepalko Prayaash
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July
Displacement, Aspirations and Deficient Reconstruction Plan

My name is Sapana Tamang and I am 30 years old. I am originally from Lapa. Before earthquake I was teacher in Shree Phedi Khola Primary School. After earthquake I along with my family migrated to Damgade camp. My baby was just 15 days old when the earthquake occurred. It […]

24
July
Livelihood Expansion Post Displacement

My name is Phusu Tamang and I am 60 years old. I am from Tenchet of Rubi Valley rural municipality ward number 5. Just after the earthquake me and my family ( wife and a daughter) migrated in Bhadraguan camp of Nilakantha municipality. The land where we are living belongs […]

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July
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July
Life of a differently able in Displaced Camp

My name is Raj Ghale and I am 59 years old. From past nine years I have lost my eyesight. In my family we are husband wife and a daughter. My daughter is studying in Kathmandu and my wife work as a labor. Our family is originally from Kispang Rural […]

23
July
Reconstruction Amidst Uncertainty

My name is Tesh Maya Gurung and I am 50 years old. Now I am living in the displaced camp of Mandre in Sulikot Village Municipality, ward no 2 with my son, daughter in law and grandson. My husband left me some twenty years ago and married other women. After […]

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July
CSO Land Reform Monitoring Report
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July
I Acquired Power Through Land

My Name is Dol Maya Karki. I live in Kisan Nagar of Mahottari district. Albeit I was interested in studying in my childhood my parents never sent me school due to poverty. My parents forced me to get married with a farmer- Netra Bahadur Karki of Bardibas ward-6 Kishannagar, Mahottari […]

21
July
JLO Increases Family Happiness

Early in the morning last 15 May, the VDC hall of Khayermara VDC of Mahottari was full. Men and women from different VDCs were seated in rows. In front were local leaders from different political parties, the VDC secretary, local school teachers, and representatives of other local organizations. A banner […]

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July
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July
Equality Begins at Home

Fifty-year-old Jitendra Bhattarai lives in Karmaiya of Sarlahi with his mother, wife and three daughters. His wife Devmaya is 44. Jitendra and Devmaya are married for 28 years now. They have five daughters, two of whom are married and settled in Mahottari. Two of their daughters are studying in school […]

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July
Bhumiadhikar: Saptari Jillako Paribesh
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July
Enhanced Power to Claim for Rights

In Bharatpur VDC, Mahottari there is a Sada community (Dalit). In 2010 DLRF Mahottari organized a meeting to establish a VLRF. Consequently, 27 households from the community came together to form the Ranga Lal Village Land Rights Forum in Bharatpur VDC-1. All of the community members earned their livelihoods through […]

18
July
Land Tenure and Agrarian Reforms in Nepal
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July
Women becoming self reliant through Land Rights Forum

In Mauraniya, Kailali District a total of 23 landless families live on an area of land totaling 1.06 hectares. This land is used for cattle herding by landlords, and as a graveyard. People from the community have repeatedly attempted to remove them from this place. Despite the landless commission conducting […]

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July
Land and Land Tenure Security in Nepal
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July
Learned and succeeded through campaigning

I am Nabina Sunar, 29 years from Lalitkot, Parbat. Currently I am a chairperson of Lalikot VLRF. We are a total of 21 members in VLRF. We have been participating in various campaign and events and supporting the land rights movement by having weekly discussion. Initially we had problem of […]

16
July
Madeshma Bhumisudhar Ra Yaska Prakriya
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July
VLRF taking a progressive lead

Shanti Village Land Rights Forum (VLRF) of Bhusi Mauliya, Saptari was established in May 2006. A total of 109 members are organized in this forum. Since the formation of VLRF all of the members have been initiating various events and campaigns within the community and district. Highlighting the major triumph […]

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July
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July
Nothing is impossible through tireless effort

“If we are really committed to bring some change in the community then certainly it is possible through collective effort” says Jugmani Chaudhary, activist from Dang district. She has been involved in the land rights movement since 29th May, 2009. Now she is working as an activist in Hekuli VDC. […]

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July
Nepalma Bhumi Aatikraman ra Yaska Asar
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July
Movement Fund- A Medium for Advocacy

In Rupandehi, Manmateriya VDC, 36 land poor families have been residing on public land since 1964. On 3rd August, 2010 Kerabari Village Land Rights Forum was formed with 31 members. A regular monthly meeting is being held. Through regular discussions the members planned to conduct the campaign regarding the acquisition […]

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July
Bishthapanko Katha Raithaneko Bwatha
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July
Change Case I: Establishment of OwnBhumiGhar(Community Building)

In Gangaparaspur VDC-8 Banki Village Land Rights Forum (VLRF) succeeded in building up their own BhumiGhar (Community Building). Organized total 23 VLRF members are delighted that establishment of BhumiGharis an ultimate evidence of sustainability of land rights campaign. Back then, VLRF members had to face a lot of struggle to […]

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July
Reflection 2018
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NES Profile
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November
Social Audit Report 2017
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Reflections 2017
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Social Audit Report 2016
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Mohi Jagga Badh Phadh Tatha Namsari
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Purnanirman ra Jagga Prapti
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Digo Purnanirman
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Purna Nirmanka Lagi Sahayogi Samagri
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Bhumima Mahila Swamitwa
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Ukhadaa
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Mukta Kamaiya
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Mohiyani
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Banjhopan ra khadyanna
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Kamalari
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Haliya
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Hadbandi
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Guthi
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Bhumihinataa
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Bhumi Sambandhi Kanoon
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Land Tenure and Agrarian Reforms In Nepal
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Madheshma Bhumi Sudhaar
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Social Audit Report 2014
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Reflection 2013
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Social Audit Report 2013
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Reflections 2012
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Social Audit Report 2012
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Reflection 2011
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Social Audit Report 2011
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Reflection 2010
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Social Audit Report 2010
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Land First Volume 10
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Reflection 2009
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Social Audit Report 2009
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Land First Volume 9
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Land First Volume 8
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Reflection 2008
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Land First Volume 7

 

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Land First Volume 3
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Reflection 2007
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Reflection 2006
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Land First Volume 2
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Land First Volume 1
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