Independent External Review of United Nations Peace Fund for Nepal(UNPFN)

19 September 2011

An independent review of the United Nations Peace Fund for Nepal (UNPFN) was conducted from May to June 2011 by a Review Team of international and national consultants from the Organisation Development Centre, a Nepali consulting firm. The main objective of the review was to assess and examine the UNPFN’s role and contribution to the peace-building process in Nepal. In doing this, the review specifically examined the UNPFN’s:

i.   Governance, technical and financial systems and performance;

II.  Role as a complement to national mechanisms;

III. Contribution to more coherent international and UN peace-building support;

IV.  Cumulative achievements in support of peace-building in Nepal; and

V.   Lessons learned with regards to peace-building in Nepal.

 

The review team engaged over 60 key stakeholders and conducted an extensive literature review. The final report not only examines the cumulative peace-building accomplishments of UNPFN projects but highlights the evolution of the UNPFN and its ‘value-added’ impact as an instrument, with constructive advice for measures to strengthen the approaches and operations of the UNPFN in the future.


Geographical coverage: Nepal

Source/Methodolgy: N/A

Sector: Peace Support and Transition
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