The project aims at educating adolescents and youth about the sexual and reproductive health and promoting an increase in the use of quality reproductive health information and services in seven South and South East Asian countries.
The ACCCA project sought to bring together stakeholders and scientific communities in several developing countries from Asia and Africa to enable and support effective adaptation decisions that would reduce vulnerability to climate and environment.
With special focus on women, farmers and youth groups, Socio-Economic Improvement Programme for Ex-Kamaiyas and other Vulnerable Communities SEIPEV has launched a livelihood improvement programme for greater economic security and income generation.
The EC has been funding the Alternative Energy Promotion Service in Nepal. By supporting renewable energy infrastructure, income generation and sustainable growth is facilitated and life in rural areas is easier (general community energy services).
Most people in Nepal were not aware of their rights or the rights of others, especially during the 10-year conflict. Under this project Worldview Nepal educated change agents and the public on all aspects of human rights in 14 of the 75 districts.
The project's objective is to secure year round daily food requirements of food deficit communities in far and mid-western Nepal through enhanced local productivity.
Child and maternal mortality and morbidity rates continue to remain high in Nepal. According to the 2006 Demographic Health Survey (DHS) some improvements have been made but the overall situation is far from satisfactory.
The project aimed at bringing positive changes in the economic status of Nepali women who are living all by themselves; mostly widowed and single women. It sought to equip them with vocational and entrepreneural skills for their economic empowerment
On 21 November 2006, a Comprehensive Peace Agreement was signed between the Government of Nepal and the Communist Party of Nepal (or Maoists), ending a violent conflict that lasted over a decade, killing an estimated 13 000 and relocating thousands.