National Consultation on Nepal’s Graduation from the LDC Category, Implementation of IPoA and SDGs Held

National Consultation on Nepal’s Graduation from the LDC Category, Implementation of IPoA and SDGs Held


About LDCs

Istanbul Programme of Action (IPoA)

The Fourth UN Conference on Least Developed Countries (UN LDC-IV) was organised in Istanbul, Turkey in 2011, which adopted the Istanbul Programme of Action for the Least Developed Countries for the decade 2011-2020 (IPoA). IPoA constitutes the most recent global commitment to support the special development needs of the least developed countries (LDCs) for the decade ending in 2020. The goal is to halve the number of LDCs (49) by focusing policy on eight priority areas in both developed and developing countries. The eight priority areas are as follows:

A. Productive capacity 

  • Infrastructure
  • Energy
  • Science, technology and innovation
  • Private sector development

 B. Agriculture, food security and rural development 

 C. Trade 

 D. Commodities 

 E. Human and social development 

  • Education and training
  • Population and primary health
  • Youth development
  • Shelter
  • Water and sanitation
  • Gender equality and empowerment of women
  • Social protection

 F. Multiple crises and other emerging challenges 

  • Economic shocks
  • Climate change and environmental sustainability
  • Disaster risk reduction

 G. Mobilizing financial resources for development and capacity-building 

  • Domestic resource mobilization
  • Official development assistance
  • External debt
  • Foreign direct investment
  • Remittances

 H. Good governance at all levels

Click here to download the IPoA document.

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SAVE-THE-DATES: CSO Forum at LDC5, 22-27 January 2022, Doha, QatarThe Fifth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC5) will take place in Doha, Qatar, from 23 to 27 January 2022, at the level of Heads...
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UNOHRLLS is organising a Voices of a Brighter Future journalists competition to bring local sustainable energy stories from least developed countries to a global audience.The competition is looking for inspiring stories on how sustainable ...
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(13 September 2017): LDC Watch, the umbrella group representing NGOs from Least Developed Countries, is holding a working session on ‘Inclusive Global Trade System In The Face of Changing Trade Landscape’ at the WTO Public Forum. It is ‘Work...
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LDC Watch is implementing the project, 'Strengthening LDC Civil Society Voice in the context of IPoA for 2011 - 2020, funded by Bread for the World. We are seeking services of a competent Evaluator/Evaluation Agency to conduct an evaluation of the...
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On behalf of the Board and the International Secretariat of LDC Watch, I am pleased to welcome Mr. Gauri Pradhan as its International Coordinator. Mr. Pradhan is a human rights defender and development activist, who has served as a member of Nepal...
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Dear friends,Here's the final sign-on statement statement for TOTAL AND UNCONDITIONAL CANCELLATION OF NEPAL'S DEBT which we have initiated through our network m...
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