Between the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in 2006, which ended a decade long conflict, and the devastating earthquake in 2015, Nepal has experienced a period of gradual and uneven transition. This culminated in the signing into law of a new Constitution (2015), after years of political deadlock.
As part of the SLRC’s cross-country panel survey exploring livelihood trajectories and legitimacy, this working paper presents the results of a two-wave longitudinal survey in Nepal, comprising of 3,000 individuals. The survey focused on people’s livelihoods, access to services and relationships with government, first in 2012 and then in 2015.
Key Findings Include:
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