Tackling Challenges to Achieve SDGs in South Asia 2019
On behalf of Asia-Pacific Regional CSOs Engagement Mechanism (AP-RCEM) South and South-West Asia Working Group, National Campaign For Sustainable Development-Nepal (NAACASUD-Nepal), Public Advocacy Initiatives For Rights And Values In India (PAIRVI) and Society for Roots for Equity, Pakistan led a process of review of SDGs implementation in the South Asia in 2019. Main aim of the review was to discuss the situation and progress made towards achieving SDGs in the sub-region through civil society perspectives. The published book is a compilation of country level review papers and articles on SDGs and related themes. The country level review papers have tried to assess progress, issues, problems and challenges related to the implementation process and development targets. Moreover, they have offered some ‘way forward’ to address the issues and challenges which could be helpful to accelerate the process in achieving the goals in respective countries. Download here.
SDG16+ Review Report of Kavre District 2021
NACASUD Nepal produced a report on SDG 16+ of Kavre district by analyzing the situation on the indicators identified by the civil society advocacy plan. This report was able to monitor the situation of the SDG16+ in the district. Further it has also identified key issues, challenges and threats and provided recommendations for improvement to achieve SDG16+ in the district. Download Report in Nepali Language.
Situation of Human Rights and Access to Justice in Kavre 2021
NACASUD Nepal has analyzed the situation of human rights and access to justice in the district through rapid assessment and a report is produced. Basically, this assessment covered following key areas of human rights: Human Rights, Access to Justice and COVID 19 Pandemic; Civil and Political Rights; Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; Child Rights; Women Rights; Caste-Based Discrimination; Rights of People with Disability; and Torture and Abuses. The report is able to guide the concerned government agencies and organizations to identify actions to overcome the problems and challenges. Local experts were hired to undertake this activity. The report is helpful to know the actual situation of access to human rights and justice. It is also helpful to create pressure to duty bearers to become responsive and responsible in delivering justice. Download Report in Nepali language