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The objective of National Urban Development Strategy (NUDS) is to develop medium and long term strategic vision of a desirable national/sub-national urban system based on existing trends and regional resource potentialities. It assesses existing conditions of infrastructure, environment, economy and governance, establishes benchmarks and desirable standards. And it identifies prioritized strategic initiatives for investment in infrastructure and environment to realize the comparative advantages of urban areas. It also reviews the institutional framework to

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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-builtcivil engineering structures particularly water management structures, bio-engineering techniques, and propose opportunities for missing structures, assess the maintenance approachand provide plan of action including intervention measures to improve climate resilience of the road infrastructure as far as possible.

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Nepal has transitioned to a new system of Federal governance encompassing three levels of authority: Central (Federal), Provincial, and Local Government. Under this new organisation Nepal comprises 7 Provinces encompassing a total of 77 Districts. Within these districts are a total of 753 local units, consisting of 6 metropolitan cities (more than 300,000 people), 11 sub-metropolitan cities (more than 150,000 people), 276 municipalities (nagarpalikas) and 460 rural municipalities (gaunpalikas). Each local unit is further divided into wards (5-33 wards per local unit) with a total of 6,743 wards in Nepal.

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According to GoN regulations environmental assessments were required for RAP3 implementation.  Each new construction and improvement sub-project was screened as per Schedule - 1 and -2 of the Environmental Protection Rules (EPR, 1997, as amended from time to time). The results of environmental screening were categorized for i) IEE study, ii) EIA study, and iii) none of i) and ii) requirements. All RAP3 LRN new construction sub-projects were subjected to IEE study. DFID policy also refers to screening and compliance with recipient country legislation.

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These  guidelines  describe  the  process  of creating  and  contracting  Road  Maintenance Groups  (RMGs) for  the  maintenance  of  the  District  Road  Core  Network  (DRCN) in  Nepal.  The  DRCN is  the  set  of main  rural  roads  providing  access to  all  Village Development  Committees  (VDCs), and  its maintenance  is the  responsibility  of the  District Development  Committee  (DDC). There  are  currently  approximately  22,000 km  of DRCN roads, with a further 5,159krn planned to link VDCs that currently lack road access.The RMGs form  an  efficient and  effective means  of carrying  out  routine,  recurrent  and  minor  specific maintenance  of the  DRCN, ensuring  that  the DRCN  roads  stay  open  year  round  and  that road  deterioration  is halted  or slowed  down.  This document  serves  as a practical guide  to the nationwide  implementation  of the RMG approach  in the DRCN, both  under government funding and within rural road projects and programmes.

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Started in November 2018, the Rural Access Programme 3 Mugu Humla Link Road (RAP3 MHLR) is expected to complete its construction work in October 2020. This project is being implemented with UK government funding given to the Nepal Government. The total budget allocated for this road is £15.5 million and the length of road is 67 km. The Maintenance and Resilience Pilot Component (MRPC) is to be implemented utilising part of the fund of RAP3 MHLR in the fiscal year 2019-20. RAP3 MHLR project is implemented by IMC Worldwide Ltd, a UK based Management Consulting firm on behalf of the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID).

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RAP3 MHLR is the short name for the Mugu Humla Link Road Project implemented under the 3rd phase of the Rural Access Programme.  It is funded by UKaid through the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID). The project is implemented by IMC Worldwide Ltd, a UK based Management Consulting firm. This leaflet provides a short overview of the project, with further details and latest news and updates available on our website www.rapnepal.com.  Contact details can also be found on the website. The project started in November 2018.  It is expected that the road will be complete and ready for handover in October 2020.  The total project budget is £15.5 million.

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