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Speaking as the Chief Guest Mr Bishwendra Paswan, Minister for Science, Technology and Environment said that, developed countries have the upper hand in the climate change negotiations and as poor countries we have not been treated fairly by developed countries.

Climate justice dialogue held in Nepal

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More than 8,500 people have died in Nepal after strong earthquakes struck the country within three weeks – the first on April 25 and another on May 12.

“Already a Least Developed Country, Nepal is pushed back at least by a decade in its development efforts by this devastating earthquake,” according to Dr. Sarba Khadka of Rural Reconstruction Nepal, one of our member organizations in the country currently doing relief work.

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International training course on 'Addressing Household Food Security in the Context of Changing Climate and Environment', jointly organised by RRN, IIRR and WHH has been successfully completed on 18th September 2013.

International Training Course on Food Security, Climate Change and Environment

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National Forum for Women Rights Concern has organized sharing program on finding of the study conducted to find the present status of Effectiveness of Existing Laws on Domestic Violence Control and Institutional Mechanism in Nepal.

Sharing Program Organized in Twelve Districts

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An interaction programme was organised and participated by diverse groups of Nepalese CS and government representatives including the Minister of Environment, human rights activists, journalists and trade union leaders.

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