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GOVERNMENT OF NEPAL MINISTRY OF LOCAL DEVELOPMENT LOCAL GOVERNANCE & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (LGCDP) Web-Based Reporting System Terms of Reference Background The Local Governance and Community Development Programme (LGCDP) is a national programme, managed and implemented by the Ministry of Local Development (MLD). It is financed by the Government of Nepal and is supported by a wide range of Development Partners (DPs) such as the ADB, CIDA, DFID, DANIDA, GTZ, Norway, SDC, and seven UN Agencies. The overarching goal of LGCDP is to contribute towards poverty reduction through inclusive, responsive and accountable local governance and participatory community-led development. The program aims to contribute towards attaining its goal through achieving three major Program Outcomes: 1) citizens and communities engaged actively with local governments and holding them accountable; 2) increased capacity of local governments to manage resources and deliver basic services in an inclusive and equitable manner; and, 3) strengthened policy and national institutional framework for devolution and local self- governance. The Local Self Governance Act (LSGA) and Local Self Governance Regulation have laid the basis for decentralization and have provided substantial authority and responsibility as well as resources for the local bodies (DDC, VDC & Municipality). Responsibility has been given to local bodies for the planning and implementation of district level projects. The Act has also given responsibility to local bodies for monitoring and supervision of activities carried out by different agencies. The LSGA and LSGR provide the legal basis and guidance for monitoring and evaluation. The LSGA has stated the tasks of local bodies in supervision, monitoring and evaluation. In principle it is left with local bodies to operationalize the task of monitoring & evaluation with appropriate and practical procedures and formats. The Ministry of Local Development (MLD) receives information from districts according to prescribed formatted procedures. In principle VDCs report to DDCs and DDCs report to the MLD on a trimester and annual basis. The Ministry of Local Development is facing problem in receiving trimester and annual progress report in time from districts. In view of the delay in receiving progress reports it is planned to develop and introduce web-based reporting system in District Development Committees and Municipalities. Objective The main objective is to develop web-based online monthly, trimester and annual progress reporting system for local bodies by designing computer software.
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Expected Results Develop user’s friendly computer software for web-base reporting system for local bodies to monitor development activities effectively.
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  • Spring '17
  • william james
  • District, local bodies

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