The ILO Office in Nepal publishes a wide range of books, reports, working papers, training manuals relevant to Nepal. Some of these can be downloaded directly. Others can be requested in hard copy from the ILO Office in Nepal.


  1. Africa commission: Youth entrepreneurship facility: YEN component - Phase I - (Midterm valuation Summary)

    03 June 2011

    Project RAF/10/51/DAN - Evaluation consultant: Stanley Karuga (Team Leader); Kimi Hibri Pedersen (TANA Copenhagen); and National Consultants-Samuel Nyantahe (Tanzania)and Daniel Joloba (Uganda)

  2. Jobs for peace: 12,500 youth employed and empowered through an integrated approach in Nepal (Final Evaluation Summary)

    01 May 2011

    Project NEP/09/50/UND - Evaluation consultants: Shubh Kumar-Range and Harihar Acharya

  3. Financial education for youth: Trainer's manual

    28 February 2011

    The training package targets young women and men and aims to equip them with financial knowledge and management skills to enable them to set goals in life and make plans for realizing them.

  4. Financial education for youth: Trainee's guide

    28 February 2011

    The training package targets young women and men and aims to equip them with financial knowledge and management skills to enable them to set goals in life and make plans for realizing them.

  5. The dynamics of employment, the labour market and the economy in Nepal

    14 February 2011

    Employment Working Paper No. 76

  6. NEPAL : Successful Strategies and Experiences in Combating Child Bonded Labour (2011)

    05 January 2011

    With support from ILO’s International Programme on the Elimination of Child Labour, Government of Nepal with social partners (employers’ & workers’ organizations) and other partners tested models of interventions that focused on resolving child bonded labour problem. These efforts continued through two phases of the ILO-supported SECBL project.

  7. Appraisal of the Karnali Employment Programme as a Regional Social Protection Scheme

    01 January 2011

    The Karnali Employment Programme (KEP) is a public works based social protection scheme in one of the poorest parts of Nepal attempting to address the regional dimension of poverty and vulnerability.


  1. Independent evaluation of the ILO's strategy to extend the coverage of social security - Annexes (Volume 2 of 2)

    28 October 2010

    Eleven case studies were undertaken covering Bosnia and Herzegovina, Chile, Cyprus, Ghana, Jordan, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Mozambique, Nepal, Senegal, Thailand, and Zambia.

  2. Sustainable elimination of child bonded labour in Nepal: Phase II (Final Evaluation Summary)

    15 October 2010

    Project NEP/06/50/USA - Evaluation consultants: Geeta Unnikrishnan, Ram Krishna Sharma

  3. Promotion of indigenous peoples' rights in the constitution-making and state-reform process (Final Evaluation Summary)

    23 September 2010

    Project NEP/08/02/MUL - Evaluation Consultants: Lucy Mitchell, Uddhav Rai

  4. Employment-led Growth in Nepal

    30 July 2010

  5. Evaluation of capacity building for RBSA Evaluation on equality and decent work promotion for Asian women through prevention of human trafficking, protection of domestic workers and gender capacity building (Final Evaluation Summary)

    10 June 2010

    Projet RAS/08/04/RBS - RBSA funded activity - Evaluation consultant: Lisa Stearns

  6. Characterizing the school-to-work transitions of young men and women: Evidence from the ILO School-to-work transition surveys

    02 June 2010

    Employment Working Paper No. 51

  7. Inclusion of Indigenous Peoples' Rights in the New Constitution of Nepal

    11 February 2010

  8. Relevant Constitutional Provisions in Other Countries and Safeguards on Indigenous Peoples' Right in Other Laws - Addendum

    10 February 2010

  9. Labour and Social Trends in Nepal 2010

    01 January 2010

    This report is the first issue of the Labour and Social Trends in Nepal. The report presents the socioeconomic and labour market trends in Nepal and examines some of the key opportunities and challenges in the labour market situation.


  1. Team-based maintenance of rural roads - conceptual guide

    15 November 2009

    The guide provides a detailed overview of the team-based maintenance of rural roads activities that was piloted by the ILO in two districts in Nepal; Dhanusha and Ramechhap. It promotes labour-based preventative maintenance of rural roads to improve the general condition of the rural road network and create local employment.

  2. Team-based maintenance of rural roads -Implementation manual

    15 November 2009

    The manual complements the Conceptual guide to implement the team-based maintenance activities. It is meant to be used as training manual during the initial training of the teams and as a reference manual during the execution of the activities.

  3. Community infrastructure development in urban areas – Creating jobs while improving low-income urban settlements: Implementation guide for Nepal

    15 November 2009

    This guide provides a framework for implementing community infrastructure development in urban areas in Nepal, aimed at creating jobs whilst improving low-income settlements.

  4. Employment creation and peace building based on local economic development (EmpLED) (Mid-term Evaluation Summary)

    14 November 2009

    Project NEP/06/51/NET - Evaluation Team: Arun Adhikary and Morsinah Katimin