This report examines Nepal’s key peacebuilding priorities and explores how two main international institutions, the UN and World Bank, have sought to address them. It examines how they plan, prioritise, implement and coordinate their engagement under the unique constraints of the country and suggests ways to work better within these constraints. This report is part of the 'International institutions insights' series, which also includes country case studies from Burundi and Liberia.
International institutions, aid effectiveness and peacebuilding in Nepal
South and Southeast Asia
International institutions insights
Peacebuilding, the World Bank and the United Nations