Nepal Decent Work Country Program (2013-2017) Review, ILO
The current Decent Work Country Programme (DWCP) for 2013-2017 was developed and approved by the national tripartite constituents (MOLE-Government of Nepal, FNCCI-Employers’ Organisation and JTUC-Joint Trade Union Committee.It is aligned with Nepal’s13th Development Plan and the UNDAF for the same period.
The Country Programme Review (CPR) assessed the relevance and coherence of the DWCP design, the efficiency in implementation, effectiveness of its operations, sustainability of results. The review was also intended to provide a basis for improved insights within the country office as to how to better design, implement, monitor and assess country programmes in the future and also identify priorities by the constituents to inform the development of the next DWCP.
The CPR covered all interventions planned and carried out during the period 2013-2017. The CPR was managed and coordinated by the ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (ROAP) and the ILO Kathmandu Office in consultation with DWT-Delhi.
The National Research Consultant of FDM supported the International Expert for the assignment to assess "the relevance and coherence of the DWCP design, the efficiency in implementation, effectiveness of its operations, sustainability of results." Specifically, the National Research Consultant conducted desk review of relevant documentations and contributed to the preparation for the CPR. The consultant provided relevant local knowledge and insights to the review team. The consultant along with the International Expert Interviewed ILO constituents and key stakeholders, took note and wrote brief reports. The consultant also participated and jointly facilitated the stakeholders’ workshop.