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EBook - Humanitarian Agenda 2015:Nepal Case Study

EBook - Humanitarian Agenda 2015:Nepal Case Study

Postby admin » Sat Apr 25, 2009 11:06 pm


This study is the twelfth and final country case study of the “Humanitarian Agenda 2015: Principles, Power and perceptions” (HA2015) research project. As with the other case studies it attempts to capture the “view from below”: it analyzes local perceptions of the four issues of universality, terrorism and counterterrorism, coherence and security of staff in relation to the activities of the humanitarian enterprise in Nepal. At the same time, because of the idiosyncratic nature of the international response to the Nepali crisis, some additional issues are explored. These relate to the role of development agencies in the response to the crisis and more generally to the relationship between development policies and conflict. Another is the impact of conflict on social transformation, particularly in matters relating to discrimination. These two issues are introduced here but will be treated more fully in follow-up research by the Feinstein International Center. In Nepal, the study’s four themes, and the perceptions of local communities related to them, come together in different ways than the other case studies. This is due mainly to two unique features of the Nepal crisis and the role of the international community in addressing it. The crisis and its solution were fundamentally endogenous processes with limited outside influence or intervention and the aid community was, and is, dominated by development actors and narratives. In Nepal, the humanitarian dimension, which was at the forefront of our eleven other cases studies, is secondary to an already well-established development enterprise. That said, the findings of the Nepal study help illuminate, and are in turn illuminated by, the other contexts examined earlier. is owned and maintained by Sanjaal Corps, Nepal. The company offers Webhosting and Domain Registration Services, IT Solutions and Business Analysis. website features H1B Visa Information, Entertainment Portal, Link Directory Service, Free Articles, Free Open Source Tutorials on Java and J2EE Platform, Digital Photography, High Resolution Picture Gallery and Free Reliable Image Hosting Services. Future plan includes Open Source Software Development Portal, Technical Solutions and Customizable Movie and Music Arena. We would be introducing data backup, data recovery, data hosting and voip solutions. Stay free from phishing - our website does not ask for your credit card and banking information. Happy Surfing!
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