6 April 2016

World Bank Engagement in Nepal

In a Bretton Woods Project blog post out this week, Powerless: a call for World Bank community engagement in Nepal, Accountability Counsel’s South Asia Director, Komala Ramachandra, and our Nepali partner at LAHURNIP, Shankar Limbu, argue that the “World Bank has a unique opportunity to remedy its part in numerous safeguard breaches, to prevent future and potentially grave human rights violations in its projects, and to take a leadership role in building positive and inclusive development outcomes in Nepal.”

Read more about our work with LAHURNIP to support Nepali communities here.