A Study of Local Government Opportunity and Challenges for Implementation of Basic Health and Sanitation Right for Improving Policy Environment at the Local-Levels in Nepal (IIPEL) Project with support from USAID’s Sajhedari- Support to Federalism in collaboration with National Association of Rural Municipality in Nepal (NARMIN).
There is an overall objective.
- Comprehensive aspects of basic health and sanitation in local government (policies, laws, programs, budgets,
- To study the state of implementation of the organization structure and recommend aspects of reform.
- Analyzing the opportunities seen in the implementation of basic health and sanitation sector.
- Facilitate all local governments to use at the highest level.
- Policy, law by studying the challenges seen in the implementation of basic health and sanitation sector and to lobby the three levels of government concerned to make necessary reforms and amendments in the program.
- Studying the community’s access to basic health and sanitation, its condition and that of all
- To bring the concept of basic health and sanitation to advocate for the aspects of reform.
The aim is to the assessment of contemporary situations and local level policies and guidelines as well as actions for the Local Government Opportunity and Challenges for Implementation of Basic Health and Sanitation Right. The project is working with the Rural/Urban Municipalities in Nepal. The project was designed to complement ongoing initiatives and programs at the national and local levels. Nepal’s constitution gives the right to make laws on all three levels of health.