The objective of this inclusiveness study was to provide an initial snapshot of RAP personnel views about inclusiveness in the workplace, with a specific focus on the RAP Kathmandu office. This study has been conducted as an initial step in gaining a deeper understanding of how RAP employees feel about RAP as a workplace and how inclusive they feel it is. The findings and recommended action points from this initial study will be reviewed by the Strategic Management Team (SMT) who will decide if a more thorough study should be conducted by inclusion specialists with the inclusion of district team members.
This document provides the brief information about District Team Leader, District Coordinator and assigned vehicles in the district.
For the 2016/17 construction season RAP3 launched piloting of a new approach for the performance of Specific Road Maintenance which covers spot improvements to deal with critical access bottlenecks on the DRCN. Piloting was performed in Achham, Dailekh, Doti and Jumla with an annual budget per District of NRs 6 million under RAP3 direct funding. This report presents feedback on this first year of piloting in order to inform the intended further pilotingthrough a 2nd year (2017/18 i.e. RAP3 IY4) and is based largely on post-work questionnaires combining the views of RAP3 DTA, DCCs and the SMGs.
The Sanighat-Phukot-Syuna-Sipkhana District Road (SPSSDR, 17.650 Km), Kalikot lies in the higher Himalayan Zone of Province 6 of Nepal. The road has been constructed adopting labour based environmentally friendly and participatory (LEP) approach. The road is earthen surface and is designed and constructed following Nepal Rural Road Standard 1998 (1st revision in 2012). All constructed structures are flexible, and no permanent bridges and culverts are built. The main objectives of the resilience audit are to examine the adequacy of the current new-built civil engineering structures particularly water management structures, bio-engineering techniques, and propose opportunities for missing structures, assess the maintenance approach and provide plan of action including intervention measures to improve climate resilience of the road infrastructure as far as possible.
CONNECT’s primary focus is to deliver economic growth resulting in improved livelihoods over the long term. Our partnerships, with clearly defined goals and exit strategies developed and agreed with MSME partners prior to investment, are the catalysts for change.
IMC Worldwide Ltd (IMC) is committed to the Modern Slavery Act of 2015. We have always had a zero tolerance for corruption, bribery, forced work, and other unethical actions. We will continue to improve our processes and procedures to continuously combat such acts.