ARAMP Guidelines

These are related to the 5 year DTMPs but cover the period of one year only. These are derived from both the DTMP and the annual road condition surveys conducted by the districts to determine the LRN works programme for a given year using various sources of funding including that of programmes such as RAP.

Internal Audit Guidelines

The RAP3 internal audit process was reviewed in September 2014 towards the end of Implementation Year 1 (IY1) and a new Risk Based Audit (RBA) approach developed for Implementation Year 2 (IY2) onwards[1]. In January 2015, the Performance Verification and Management (PMV) component was reviewed in relation to lessons learned during IY2, new requirements for IY3 implementation and performance management in general. These guidelines give detailed guidance on the overall management of the internal audit programme including planning, preparing for, conducting, reporting and following up on internal audits.


Human Resources Manual

The purpose of this Human Resource Manual and accompanying forms is to offer guidelines, standard procedures and templates to facilitate the effective Human Resource Management (HRM) of the Rural Access Programme Phase 3 (RAP3). This manual has been prepared by the Programme Manager (PM) specifically for the RAP 3 and it is important that all personnel understand the content of the manual. This employee handbook is a summary of policies, procedures and practices related to HRM at RAP 3.

Orientation Brochure for District Stakeholders

The purpose of this brochure is to provide an overview of the Rural Access Programme Phase 3 (RAP3). It describes the objective, core principles, programme areas, programme components and implementation arrangements. The target audience of the brochure are the stakeholders who are related with RAP3 implementation in general and the DDC and DTO officials in particular.

First Aid Kit Guidelines

First aid is the assistance given to any person suffering a sudden injuries with care provided to preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, and/or promote recovery. It includes initial intervention in a serious condition prior to professional medical help being available as awaiting stretcher as well as the complete treatment of minor conditions, such as applying a plaster to a cut or wound.

LRN Manual: 4th update 1st February 2017

The aim of the LRN Implementation Manual is to provide all members of the LRN team with the details of where the documents and procedures required to deliver the LRN component of phase 3 of the Rural Access Programme can be found and to ensure that all District teams are working from the current version of all documents and procedures. As a result, the LRN Implementation Manual is presented in a lever arch folder so that updated procedures and documents can easily be removed and replaced with the new version as required. 

Earthquake Preparedness Information Pack

The large 7.8 Richter scale earthquake on 25 April 2015, which had the epicenter in Gorkha district in Western Nepal, and related aftershocks in the weeks after, underline the high risk of earthquake in Nepal. As Nepal lies in a seismic zone, the probability of large scale earthquake in Nepal is still very high. With this effect, each individual and their family must remain constantly prepared and vigilant. The Earthquake Preparedness Information Pack is intended to highlight the existing earthquake risks in Nepal and advise preparedness for such disastrous event.