Progress Reports

Trimester Progress Report March - June 2017

This report covers the progress of RAP3 over the third Trimester of FY 2073-74, 16th March to 15th July 2017. It provides data and information relating to progress of RAP3 over the last Trimester. A Summary reviews the physical and financial progress of RAP at the end of the last Trimester. This shows cumulative physical progress in relation to the programme extended period i.e. June 2019. The programme physical progress has reached at 81.5%, time elapsed at 68.31% and financial progress at 71.52%, all nicely grouped. The summary also lists activities carried out last Trimester and those planned for the next Trimester.

Trimester Report: November 2016 - March 2017

This report covers the progress of RAP3 over the second Trimester of FY 2073-74, 16th November 2016 to 15th March 2017. It provides data and information relating to progress of RAP3 over the last Trimester.

A Summary reviews the physical and financial progress of RAP at the end of the last Trimester. This shows cumulative physical progress in relation to the programme extended period i.e. June 2019. The programme physical progress has reached at 73.3%, time elapsed at 62.79% and financial progress at 66.12%, all nicely grouped. The summary also lists activities carried out last Trimester and those planned for the next Trimester.

Independent Verification of RAP: Round 1 March 2017

This report presents findings from the first of two rounds of verification in 2017 of RAP reported results. The verification exercise was undertaken by RAP’s independent MEL component. It was conducted between February and March of 2017. The methodology was developed and tested in a pilot verification in 2016 and updated and revised to include verification of road maintenance activities

Test Drive and Safety Audit in SSDR

RAP3 has worked in Kalikot since October 2013 on two roads, the 18km Sannighat-Syuna-Phipkhana District Road and the 6km Jarkot-Ramnakot District road. Funded by UK aid, RAP uses the construction of such roads as an entry point for improving the lives of the poorest and most marginalized people in the areas in which we work such as the Syuna, Shipkhana, Phukot and Ramnakot VDCs of Kalikot district. 

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