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Indigenous Peoples,Poverty Reduction and conflict in Nepal.

Type: Brochure
Date issued: 01 January 2005
Reference: 92-2-117453-0[ISBN]
Authors: Bhattachan, krishna; Webster, Sarah

The overall objective of this case study is to provide input and recommendations for the 2005 PRS Review, by looking at the interlinked issues of indigenous peoples, poverty and conflict in Nepal and its reflection in the PRSP/the Tenth Plan.
The study provides an analysis of experiences, main challenges, good practices and recommendations for using the PRS process and PRSP to address the interlinked issues of indigenous peoples, poverty and conflict in Nepal.

Tags: poverty alleviation, indigenous and tribal peoples

Regions and countries covered: Nepal

Unit responsible: International Labour Standards (NORMES)

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