Impact Assessment Study of South Asia Poverty Alleviation Program: Nepal

2000

The South Asia Poverty Alleviation Programme (SAPAP) is a UNDP initiated regional intervention in SAARC countries with the objective of integrating social mobilization into the mainstream of development to achieve the economic and human development of the rural poor. This study assesses the impact of the SAPAP at the household and community level and also on local government and local service delivery agents in terms of translating the lessons of social mobilization into policy and action. The study gathered information from in-depth qualitative case studies to record changes in human deprivation with particular reference to gender discrimination.

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