The national Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) programme in Nepal was launched in October 2010 in Kathmandu. Since then, things have progressed quickly in the country, where the Executing Agency, UN-Habitat, has already issued its call for sub-grantees.
In April the GSF Executing Agency in the country, UN-Habitat, arranged a first orientation workshop for potential sub-grantees.
The GSF programme in Nepal will reach five districts, one from each "development region" of Nepal, and will also cover the three ecological regions of "mountains", "hills" and Plains. The GSF has targeted 225 village development committees (VDCs) and four Municipalities from these five districts, including an additional municipality from Kailali District. Read More