As part of the RAP district communication strategy, the weekly RAP 3 sponsored Radio Show is an important component. Titled as Road to Development, this program is driven entirely by local people and development issues that receive importance at the local level. Using a toll free number provided, local people are encouraged to express their thoughts and experiences on what's working and what's not working with the RAP program as well as other broader development issues.
On the 4th December 2015, the Nepal Engineering Council, with support from the Rural Access Programme (RAP3) and the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID), hosted a workshop on the “Introduction of Professional Engineer Title in Nepal”. This document summarises the proceedings, outcomes, and conclusions of the workshop.
As per DFID”s guidelines, RAP3 Asset Inventory are reported to DFID biannually. These are mainly IT related items, vehicles and other office equipment.
RAP CTA, DTO and RAP3 field offices have been analysed and safety items put in place. The review of the Health and Safety is done every year.
IMC Worldwide Ltd has a policy that outlines its approach to business integrity in two parts: a Code of Ethics and a Code of Conduct.
Our Code of Ethics outlines the ethical principles of IMC and its staff, representing the aspirations of the firm at the business level. Our Code of Conduct translates these principles into practical guidance that empowers IMC, its staff, its business partners and their employees to realise these aspirations.
This briefing paper summarises the mechanism for managing the continual improvement (CI) process on RAP3. The overall process for CI Management is summarised in the diagram below, which is explained further in the remainder of this paper.
This strategy document sets out our approach to improving both internal and external communications at district level. Effective district level communications activities will work to build awareness of RAP 3’s identity, values, activities and progress. This will boost public and government support for and trust in RAP 3’s operations and enhance its impact.
RAP3 is a large and complex programme that requires an efficient management system. The performance management component includes general programme management; quality management; financial management; risk management; and monitoring and evaluation (M&E).
RAP3 is managed according to the principles and requirements of the International Standards Organisation (ISO). Internal Audits are a key aspect of the management system and apply to all aspects of RAP3, including implementation through other partners or Government.