||Recommendation 1: Ensure conflict affected survivors are integrated as one of the target groups throughout UN Women Nepal’s thematic area. This will further support their recovery efforts.
Recommendation 2: Invest in translating all relevant tools on addressing sexual and gender-based violence and its prevention and response into local languages to ensure local engagement and sustainability. Translations and long-term capacity building should be prioritized over the repetitive production of new tools, strategies, guidelines and advocacy campaigns.
Recommendation 4: Further refining selection protocols for projects which ensures identification of appropriate beneficiaries who are representative of their communities.
Recommendation 5: Commit to gender parity among project staff (that is 50 per cent women) and to the training of all staff in gender equality programming and the protection of women’s human rights, identifying and responding to the early warning specially with regards to emerging conflict and tension.
Recommendation 7: Ensure that UN Women is a member of all relevant inter-agency forums on peace, security and humanitarian response, including the relevant Advisory Group on peace and security, to ensure a gender perspective is mainstreamed throughout the UN’s response in conflict, disaster, early warning and emergencies.
Recommendation 8: Consider either applying only for funding with longer than 2-year duration or lobbying donors to extend the duration and funding of projects which address WPS.
Recommendation 9: Strengthen existing management committees for gender equality in project locations to address lack of intermenstrual, coordination, Federal, Provincial, Local Government coordination, timely budget release, effective documentation, reporting and institutional memory, ownership among local authorities.
Recommendation 10: Consider expanding reference to all eight WPS resolutions along with other international instrument in UN Women work related to participation, protection, prevention and peacebuilding.
Recommendation 11: Engage beneficiaries in all stages of project cycle.
Recommendation 12: Where projects are jointly implemented, ensure clarity of roles, and encourage joint planning and monitoring of projects to enhance ownership and increase efficiency.
Recommendation 13: Ensure systems and procedures are commonly understood by all stakeholders.
Recommendation 14: Ensure consolidated Theories of Change are developed for each project accompanied by risk management and contingency strategies.
Recommendation 15: To enhance the sustainability of efforts, UN Women should ensure its projects focus on enhancing the capacity of existing mechanisms and networks, both across government and Civil Society, rather than initiating new ones.
Recommendation 16: Consider greater attention to engaging men as advocates of gender equality.
Recommendation 17: Continue to build on comprehensive packages which address economic recovery and psycho social support.