This note summarises Process Monitoring Reports conducted by the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) component of DFID-Nepal’s Rural Access Programme 3 (RAP3). The summary looks at the Karnali Employment Programme Technical Assistance (KEPTA) project in Kalikot and Jumla. This exercise was conducted during the implementation of the original SED model implemented by RAP. Since late 2015, the SED model has been revised significantly, hence the learnings from this briefing note only reflects issues arising from the original SED model implemented between 2014 and early 2015.
This report outlines the results of a survey conducted in April and May 2015 of households where at least one member was a participant in a RAP funded Road Maintenance Group (RMG) in the mid and far western regions of Nepal. The survey supplement the results obtained from the 2014 RAP household survey which surveyed eight other domains, split into two groups of district: RAP “build” districts (Bajura, Kalikot, Humla, Mugu) and RAP “maintenance” districts (Doti, Achham, Dailekh and Jumla).
This report presents the main findings of the baseline Reality Check Approach (RCA) study which was conducted in May 2014. The RCA study is the main qualitative element of the independent third party monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) of the Rural Access Programme 3 (RAP3) which is supported by the UK Department for International Development (DFID).
This report presents the findings of a survey of 3,200 households in eight districts in the mid and far west of Nepal that was conducted in mid-2014. The data from this survey presents probably the most comprehensive dataset ever generated about the livelihoods of people living in the region. The survey was designed with four main purposes:
This report covers the progress of RAP3 over the second trimester of FY 2072-73, 16th November 2015 to 15th March 2016. It provides data and information relating to progress of RAP3 over the last trimester. This report is shorter than usual, using graphics rather than words to describe progress, with less enclosures on items such as programme background information.