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    Centre for Rural Technology, Nepal

    Centre for Rural Technology, Nepal (CRT/N) is a professional non-governmental organization involved in developing and promoting appropriate / rural and renewable energy technologies effective in improving

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    Rural Energy Development Programme

    The Renewable Energy for Rural Livelihood (RERL) is implemented from 1 April 2011 upon the successful completion of the Rural Energy Development Programme (REDP) with main focus on enhancing rural livelihood.

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    Water and Energy Commission Secretariat

    Nepal is endowed with a precious natural resource in the form of water. The overall development of Nepal hinges on the exploitation of this resource in a rational and sustainable manner.The available amount

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    Glacial Lake Outburst Flood

    Glacial Lake Outburst Flood

    Glacial lake outburst flood

    The acronym GLOF is used for glacier floods caused by the drainage of naturally dammed lakes in the glacier, on or at the margin of glaciers. Glacial lakes form when a glacier retreats, leaving the debris mass at the end of the glacier – the end moraine – exposed.

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    Bagmati River

    Bagmati River

    Bagmati River

    The Bagmati Action Plan is the latest attempt to heal the river system, from its origins in the Shivapuri hills to Chouva where it leaves the valley. It was launched in 2008 for the period 2009-14, and proposes a budget of close to 15 billion Nepalese rupees spread over five years (in comparison, in 2008 – 2009, the total allocated for the Bagmati and its tributaries was Rs. 1,394.24 million).

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    Renewable Energy

    Renewable Energy

    Renewable Energy

    The major energy resource base in Nepal consists of biomass, hydroelectricity, petroleum products, natural gas, and coal reserves. Among the entire energy resource base, it is evident that biomass is the dominant resource base of the country with respect to its utilization. Biomass provided 86% of the total energy consumption, petroleum 9%, which is mainly consumed by urban areas, electricity only 2% and renewable 1% of the total energy consumption.

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    Community Forestry

    Community Forestry

    Community Forestry - Nepal

    The most significant regulatory development in support of community forestry was the enactment of the Forest Act in 1993 by the first elected parliament after the 1990 movement for democracy. The 1993 Forest Act guaranteed the rights of local people in forest management. Nepal became the world’s first country to enact such radical forest legislation, allowing local communities to take full control of government forest patches under a community forestry program.

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    Privatization of Water

    Privatization of Water

    Privatization of Water

    The World Bank initiated water sector reforms aim primarily at privatizing water utilities and commercializing water resources. The water privatization policy of the World Bank articulated in a 1992 paper entitled “Improving Water Resources Management” proceeds from the belief that water availability at low or no cost is uneconomical and inefficient.

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    Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives (MOAC)

    Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives (MOAC)

    Agriculture is the major sector of Nepalese economy. The Ministry is the central apex body of Government of Nepal to look after the agriculture and allied fields. The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives

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    Food Safety

    Food Safety

    Food Safety in Nepal

    food safety

    Since 2006 Food Safety has become a concern that is increasingly referred to in the media. Government has undertaken to promote and strengthen food safety aspects through putting regulatory norms and guidelines into effective enforcement.

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