Foreign Aid in Nepal

Welcome to the Foreign Aid in Nepal website from the Ministry of Finance. This site provides public access to the Aid Management Platform (AMP), the online system that the Government and development partners use to manage aid in Nepal. Find out what development partners are working on and what's being achieved, read profiles of donors and sectors, use the interactive map to see exactly where projects and programmes are located and how aid matches up with various development indicators, and view in-depth reports. Providing public access to details of the nearly 700 foreign aid programmes and projects active in Nepal is part of the Government's commitment to transparency, accountability and aid effectiveness. The Government itself uses AMP as an integral part of its public financial management system, with the data informing the national budget and the planning of the Medium Term Expenditure Framework.

Foreign Aid in Nepal

Welcome to the Foreign Aid in Nepal website from the Ministry of Finance. This site provides public access to the Aid Management Platform (AMP), the online system that the Government and development partners use to manage aid in Nepal. Find out what development partners are working on and what's being achieved, read profiles of donors and sectors, use the interactive map to see exactly where projects and programmes are located and how aid matches up with various development indicators, and view in-depth reports. Providing public access to details of the nearly 700 foreign aid programmes and projects active in Nepal is part of the Government's commitment to transparency, accountability and aid effectiveness. The Government itself uses AMP as an integral part of its public financial management system, with the data informing the national budget and the planning of the Medium Term Expenditure Framework.

Foreign Aid in Nepal

Welcome to the Foreign Aid in Nepal website from the Ministry of Finance. This site provides public access to the Aid Management Platform (AMP), the online system that the Government and development partners use to manage aid in Nepal. Find out what development partners are working on and what's being achieved, read profiles of donors and sectors, use the interactive map to see exactly where projects and programmes are located and how aid matches up with various development indicators, and view in-depth reports. Providing public access to details of the nearly 700 foreign aid programmes and projects active in Nepal is part of the Government's commitment to transparency, accountability and aid effectiveness. The Government itself uses AMP as an integral part of its public financial management system, with the data informing the national budget and the planning of the Medium Term Expenditure Framework.

Donor Commitments in Past 6 Months

Donor Group Total Costs
International Development Association (4) 150,000,000.00
World Food Programme (1) 102,606,850.00
Department for International Development (2) 59,459,961.48
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (2) 22,369,505.18
World Wildlife Fund, Inc., Nepal Program (11) 11,529,900.00
Norway (8) 11,446,187.60
United Nations Population Fund (16) 5,396,264.00
Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development (1) 5,236,185.38
Population Services International Nepal (1) 4,442,025.00
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (2) 2,347,742.02
AusAid (1) 1,674,730.18
United Nations Development Programme (2) 1,470,554.00
AWO International (1) 1,325,531.91
U.S. Agency for International Development (4) 1,288,460.00
Japan (1) 882,471.47
Denmark (1) 688,929.98
United Nations Peace Fund (1) 625,000.00
ChildFund Japan (2) 347,002.30
Finland (1) 277,739.20
World Health Organization (1) 243,520.00
United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (1) 233,000.00
Jhpiego Corporation (1) 102,848.91
Save the Children (1) 54,712.61
Foundation Nepal in Nepal (1) 20,531.67
TOTAL (67) 384,069,652.92

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