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Project ID:00074645Description:PBF/NPL/E-1 Reparations
Peacebuilding Fund
Start Date *: 26 Mar 2010
Public Administration-W2
End Date*: 31 Dec 2012
Country: Nepal Project Status: Financially Closed
  Participating Organization:   Multiple

IOM Nepal Reparations Newsletter, Issue 1, September 2010

Project Information Summary Sheet - Updated September 2010


Project description:

This project will provide support to the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction (MoPR) for development and implementation of reparation mechanisms in accordance with international human rights standards and best practices. The Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction and three selected district administration offices are the primary beneficiaries of the project.

The outcomes of the project are: Reparation Policy in line with International Human Rights Principles; Outreach strategy and strategy for data collection and data management;  Comprehensive  SOP’s, procedures and guidelines for reparation processing; Training and capacity building of staffs from MoPR and other relevant institutions; Providing necessary material and equipment support for MoPR and District Administration Offices.  


Peace-building Impact: 

Peace process strengthened by establishing effective and transparent mechanisms to provide reparations to the victims of the armed conflict


Project Outcome(s):

1. Government has effective and transparent structures and procedures in place to implement reparations program

2. Improved capacity of the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction and three selected District Administration Offices for the implementation of the Reparation Programs


Outputs and key activities:

1. Comprehensive Policy on Reparation prepared

2. Capacity of the Relief and Rehabilitation Unit and three selected District Administration Offices enhanced to support reparation programs

3. Processes, guidelines SOPs, forms, procedures for various reparations benefits prepared and tested


Indicator and benchmarks:

  1. Reparation Policy Document
  2. Detailed SOPs, Forms, Procedures
  3. Training Reports
  4. Implementation Assessment Reports
  5. Financial and Narrative Reports


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