Nepal, like many other countries, has a long-term development plan that aims to guide the country’s socio-economic progress. The development plan in Nepal is typically a multi-year strategic plan that outlines the government’s priorities and objectives for economic growth, poverty reduction, social development, and environmental sustainability.
The development plan in Nepal is updated periodically to ensure that it remains relevant and responsive to changing economic, social, and environmental conditions. The current periodic plan in Nepal covers the period from 2016-2021 and is referred to as the 14th periodic plan.
In this blog, we will explore the development plan and the current periodic plan in Nepal in greater detail. We will discuss the key priorities and objectives of the plans, the progress made towards achieving these goals, and the challenges that the country faces in implementing these plans. We will also discuss the role of various stakeholders, including the government, private sector, civil society, and development partners, in supporting the implementation of these plans.