NRRC Review

The NRRC Review was commissioned by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) within the Government of Nepal (GoN) and had the backing of key stakeholders to the consortium.

The Review’s primary purpose, as stated in the TOR, is:

to take stock of the current progress and achievements, review current capacity and investments in order to ensure that NRRC priorities and structure match Government of Nepal current priorities and can support new Government structures. The Review will also inform current and future workplans and advance the planning phase for the post-2015 DRM context in Nepal and a potential second phase of the NRRC

 

 

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