This learning note is a summary note of DFID-Nepal’s Rural Access Programme 3 (RAP3). It re-examines the original theory of change of the project. It asks if RAP is doing what it does well and re-contextualises the project within the wider development policy landscape in Nepal. This asks further questions that underpin broader Value for Money (VfM) considerations of the design of the programme with important policy implications.
- Local Road Network Asset Management Results
- Economic Infrastructure Management Results
- Income Generation Support Results
- Capacity and Institutional Development Results
- Local Road Network Policy and Harmonisation Results
- Performance Management and Verification Results
- Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Results