UK Govt pledges USD 5 million to support Nepal's peace process

The funds, provided under the UK Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative (MDRI), will go to the NPTF to implement the provisions of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, according to a press release issued by the UK Embassy in Kathmandu.

According to the agreement, NPTF will utilise the funds to support grassroots peace building initiatives, conflict-affected communities and future elections.

Last year, the UK government provided USD 5.3 million of MDRI funds as a contribution towards government-run programmes for rural electrification and hydro power.

"Consolidating and building peace in Nepal is a key priority for the Government of Nepal and for the international community, including the UK," UK's Department for International Development head Dominic O

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UK Govt pledges USD 5 million to support Nepal's peace process

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The funds, provided under the UK Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative (MDRI), will go to the NPTF to implement the provisions of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, according to a press release issued by the UK Embassy in Kathmandu.

According to the agreement, NPTF will utilise the funds to support grassroots peace building initiatives, conflict-affected communities and future elections.

Last year, the UK government provided USD 5.3 million of MDRI funds as a contribution towards government-run programmes for rural electrification and hydro power.

"Consolidating and building peace in Nepal is a key priority for the Government of Nepal and for the international community, including the UK," UK's Department for International Development head Dominic O

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UK Govt pledges USD 5 million to support Nepal's peace process

Britain today announced a USD 5.7 million contribution to Nepal Peace Trust Fund (NPTF) to build and strengthen the peace process in the country.

The funds, provided under the UK Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative (MDRI), will go to the NPTF to implement the provisions of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, according to a press release issued by the UK Embassy in Kathmandu.

According to the agreement, NPTF will utilise the funds to support grassroots peace building initiatives, conflict-affected communities and future elections.

Last year, the UK government provided USD 5.3 million of MDRI funds as a contribution towards government-run programmes for rural electrification and hydro power.

"Consolidating and building peace in Nepal is a key priority for the Government of Nepal and for the international community, including the UK," UK's Department for International Development head Dominic O image

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