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NIDS (Nepal Institute of Development Studies), a non governmental research organization established in 1998, has been focusing on prioritized issues which are associated to development of the country. NIDS contributes to the development process by conducting research, implementing effective programs to create environment through initiation, facilitation and coordination of activities and networking/lobbying and advocating on equitable development strategies.
Mission
Develop an integrated and sustainable development model suitable for Nepal.
Objectives
  • Contribute to socio-economic development by undertaking innovative research and supporting alternative development models.
  • Implement programs to raise awareness and alleviate poverty in Nepalese society.
  • Empower local institutions in order to implement sustainable development programs in Nepal.
  • Conduct research on migration patterns to find aspects of its related vulnerability and recommend alternatives to bring to the attention of the policy-making officials in the country.
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 ''Dr. Ganesh Gurung appointed as member of National Population Council''
Dr. Ganesh Gurng has been appointed as a member of National Population Council (NPC) for two years term strating from 04/02/2017. NPC is headed by Prime Minster of Nepal.
    4th Feb, 2017  
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 'Dr. Ganesh Gurnung appointed as Expert member in High level task'
Dr. Ganesh Gurung has been appointed as an expert member in High level task to formulate new foreign policy of Nepal which is headed by foreign Minister of Nepal.
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 ''The workshop on Gender Relation and Female Migration for Construction Work within Nepal''
This workshop is jointly hosted by the Sussex University,UK and Nepal Institute for Development Studies (NIDS) that aims to present the findings of the study on gender relations within the family and workpace from rural to urban areas for construction work. The study investigates who migrates and why, how the migration decision is taken and the negotiations involved at the household level, whether the migration has elements of coercion, who is left behind and why, the process of migration, working conditions and gender relations at the workplace, and the overall impact on migrants and families. This program was held on 19th April, 2017 at SAP Falcha House, Babarmahal, Kathmandu.
    19th April,2017  
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 'Rapid assessment in Kerung'
The Nepal institute of Development Studies (NIDS) conducted a rapid Assessment of the girls, boys and children working in different hotels and resturants in the Rasuwagadi border region with particular focus on Timure and Ghatte Khola. Due to earthquake, the major route to Nepal from China, Tatopani had been blocked. After disastrous earthquake and landslide human settlement in Tatopani collapsed.This resulted an altenative route to import chinese goods and materials from Rasuwagadhi of Rasuwa district. Then, Rasuwagadhi flourished its economy.But it also had negative consequences by becoming hub for women trafficking.In this project, NIDS identified the situation of girls, boys and women working in hotels and resturant in Rasuwagadhi Boarder. It understood the situation of women and girls exploitation and trafficking in the Rasuwagadhi boarder area and it also idetified the process of migration of girls and women from Nepal to China.
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 ''Code of conduct of NAFEA consultation workshop''
In collaboration with UN Women and of Nepal Association of Foreign Employment Agency (NAFEA), NIDS organized consultation on Implementation of Code of Conduct of strategy of NAFEA it has been eight years since the Code of Conduct of NAFEA is implemented. However, a more strategic and effective implementation would improve the image of the FEAs. Such an implementation would be beneficial for migrant workers too. Thus, consultation was organized to prepare the action plan based on CoC strategies and make agencies responsible and accountable towards migrant workers and their families, making foreign employment a respectable, professional and organized business, increase coordination and cooperation among the agencies, safeguard the rights of women workers in foreign employment.
    28th Mar, 2013  
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 'Land Rights through the Lens of an Artist'
Women land right, in law and in practice, is an essential step towards the empowerment of women. It is also critical in determining economic wellbeing and social status of women. In an effort to exchange ideas and raise awareness on this issue in a creative way, Lasanaa, in collaboration with NIDS, organized an art exhibition 'Kalalar ko aankhana bhumi (Land through the eyes of artist) in the NAFA Hall, Naxal, Kathmandu. A total of 26 artists and 2 poets were involved....
 Read More   26th Oct, 2009  
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 'NIDS presents a case in United Nations General Assembly on Trafficking and Migration...'
NIDS has presented a case in United Nations General Assembly on Trafficking and Migration on 22 October, 2009. The event can be accessed in the archive of UN web site at www.un.org/webcast.
    26th Oct, 2009  
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