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FNB Nepal initiated training to local government representatives on new plans and policies on reconstruction, good governance, rule of law, operation of local administration, functioning of quasi-judicial bodies in local level and other session according to the need and requirement of the local government from 2018.Download Full Report 2019
Making people capable for comprehending and practicing law to their own benefits.
FNB Nepal has successfully conducted 14 local government trainings including 252 participants and enduring this activity in the projected locations.
The participating local governments are trained mainly on their law making powers, rights and duties with special focus to the judicial committee.
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- Diverse topics and the relevancy.
- Live consultations and interaction with experts.
- Qualified resource persons
- Simple schooling
- Enjoy on unique experience on legal education
- Enthusiasm and discipline of participants and facilitator.
Under the project of ENHANCING AND ACCELERATING ACCESS TO JUSTICE OF THE EARTHQUAKE SURVIVORS OF 14 HARDHIT DISTRICTS OF NEPAL THROUGH COMMUNITY MOBILE LEGAL CLINIC AND ADVOCACY in joint support of Caritas Espanola and Caritas France, FNB Nepal originated local government trainings as a distinctive intervention for legal empowerment. In the first eight months of the project commencement, FNB has trained 14 local government authorities of 10 hard-hit districts of the 2015 earthquake. The following are the details of the participating local governments:
|SN||Name of local government||District||No. of Participants||Dated|
|1||Tarkeshwor Municipality||Kathmandu||39||May 9th-11th 2019|
|2||Balefi Rural Municipality||Sindhupalchowk||18||Aug 22th-24th 2019|
|3||Indrawati Rural Municipality||Sindhupalchowk||18||Aug 22th-24th 2019|
|4||Melamchi Municipality||Sindhupalchowk||21||July 26th – 28th 2019|
|5||Panauti Municipality||Kavrepalanchowk||25||Aug 2nd – 3rd 2019|
|6||Mahankal Rural Muncipality||Lalitpur||26||Aug 2nd – 3rd 2019|
|7||Melung Rural Municipality||Dolakha||15||Dec 26th 28th 2019|
|8||Jwalamukhi Rural Muncipality||Dhading||16||Dec 26th 28th 2019|
|9||Dupteshwor Rural Municipality||Nuwakot||32||July 26th – 28th 2019|
|10||Makwanpur Gadhi Rural Municipality||Makwanpur||27||Sept 26th-28th 2019|
|11||Sunkoshi Rural Makwanpur||Sindhuli||17||Nov 3rd – 5th 2019|
|12||Ghyanglekh Rural Municipality||Sindhuli||20||Nov 3rd – 5th 2019|
|13||Gandaki Rural Municipality||Gorkha||13||Sept 15th-17th 2019|
|14||Gorkha Municipality||Gorkha||34||Sept 15th-17th 2019|
|15||Mapya Dudhkoshi Rural Municipality||Solukhumbu||23||Feb 23rd-24th, 2019|
|16||Godawari Municipality||Lalitpur||42||Feb 15th-16th, 2019|
|18||Shankharapur Muninipality||Kathmandu||37||Nov 16th-17th 2018|
|20||Changunarayan Municipality||Bhaktapur||40||Aug 3th-5th 2018|
|22||Barpak Sulikot Rural Municipality||Gorkha||41||30th Nov-1st Dec 2018|
|23||Sahid Lakhan Rural Municipality|
|24||Palungtar Municipality||Gorkha||35||Aug 24th-25th 2018|
|25||Shailung Rural Municipality||Dolakha||31||Sept 19th-20th 2018|
|26||Banepa Municipality||Kavre||31||Aug 17th-18th 2018|