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1-Nepal Poverty Report

1-Nepal Poverty Report

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Who are real poor? Why they are poor?? How can we bring them into the main national stream??? : Page 1 of 30
WHO ARE REAL POOR?
WHY THEY ARE POOR??
HOW CAN WE BRING THEM INTO THE MAIN NATIONAL STREAM???
(What is the root cause of poverty and the terrorism? Why terrorists areready for-do or die? How can we overcome them and make the world abetter place for the young generations? And, many more about world  poverty, system fault and potential energies among the marginalized classes of people in the backward societies)
An Independent Essay - Composed by:
Raj K Pandey (MBS, MA Rural Development)
GPO Box: 19862Jawalakhel, LalitpurKathmandu, NepalMobile: 9841 210094 AND 98510-86884rajkpandey2000@yahoo.com rajkpandey2000@hotmail.comrajkpandey2000@gmail.com
 By: Raj K Pandey (MBA, MA), e-mail: rajkpandey2000@hotmail.com
 
 , GPO Box: 19862, Jawalakhel, Lalitpur, Kathmandu, Nepal, Mobile 9841 210094/98510-86884
 
Who are real poor? Why they are poor?? How can we bring them into the main national stream??? : Page 2 of 30
Dear Reader:This is my great pleasure to inform you that I searched and found our common problems.Again, I sought and understood the concealed root-causes of our negligence, which isdirecting us towards the destructions. It only reinforced the belief that I always held,among all the worst things to be found,
we
are easily the first one because today’s our  problems are the outcomes of yesterday’s solutions. When the weakest groups of the people asked us to listen, we started giving them advice. When they initiated for achange, we stopped and warned them that they should not act on that way. We trampledon their feelings, when they wished to work with us. We enforced our vested interests tosolve their problems and we failed them. All we were asked were: we should, at least,respect them; value them; accept them as human and let them survive with us. But, weignored their feelings; killed their emotions; suppressed their voices and excluded their survival rights, too. Nothing, however, remains the same forever and it eventually bringsups and downs. Consequently, the suppressed talk loudly; the slept wake-up; the seatedstand-up and run and the weakest become the strongest, when they know that they can doanything for themselves; they are not helpless; may be discouraged and faltered. Finally,they break the chains and choose their lives in different way-do or die! And, they convertthemselves into the terrorists and the separatists. These groups of 
 strongly determined 
worriers can hardly do good for others, who even do not care for themselves. Now,imagine, how unsecured we are to live in such a risky world. So, either we must find away or make it one to overcome them. Let’s, therefore, wage another effective war,together, which may be last but the best one. To change others, we first alter ourselvesand use our creative approaches to the problems and the opportunities. For this, weshould learn from our previous mistakes and thoroughly understand-self; as well as, first,succeed at ourselves. If your goal is superior, be target oriented and never compromisewith your missions and the visions. And, always consider excluded. Listen their voices, before judging; guide those, who are misdirected; maintain a liberal attitude and givethem values as human. Just accept and respect them; facilitate to their positive actions.Do not fear with failures, fear only with the possible absence of your willpower to work with them even in future. Do your constant
karma
; the consequences are beyond your direct control. Teach them; love them; laugh with them and live with them. Think fromthem; learn from them and get approval from them. Exchange with each-others, what youhave and appreciate theirs, which they made. Slowly, they will also acknowledge you astheir leader. Now, you are actual conqueror, mobilize them for a desired change, at locallevel because your missions are to act locally and the visions are to think globally. The poverty, in this way, may be reduced and the anti-human forces: the global terrorisms can be alleviated. Congratulations! All the global human beings will get not only relief butalso the release from the uncertainties. We all will, in a real sense, be the true winner butnone the looser! Finally, I am desperately looking forward to hear from you very goodnews about the reincarnation of the 2
nd
Buddha, who will spread the light of peace, notonly in Asia but also all around the world. That sleeping Buddha, may be you or myself or even someone else to make the world a better place for the young generations.Yours sincerely,Raj K Pandey
 By: Raj K Pandey (MBA, MA), e-mail: rajkpandey2000@hotmail.com
 
 , GPO Box: 19862, Jawalakhel, Lalitpur, Kathmandu, Nepal, Mobile 9841 210094/98510-86884
 
Who are real poor? Why they are poor?? How can we bring them into the main national stream??? : Page 3 of 30
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover Letter 
Executive Summary: Letter to the Global People………….……...02-02Acknowledgment………………………………………………….04-04Chapter-1WHO ARE REAL POOR?Introduction………………………………………………………..05-06Chapter-2WHY THEY ARE POOR??Background………………………………………………………..06-07Problem Identification………………………………………….….08-08Problem Analysis ...……………………………………………….08-09General Short term Impacts……………………………………….09-11Specific Impacts…………………………………………………...11-11General Long term Impacts……………………………………….11-12Chapter-3
HOW CAN WE BRING POOR INTO MAIN NATIONAL STREAM???
Possible Solutions ………………………………………………...13-14Pre-requisites for Reforms (what)………………………………14-14System Reforms (how)………………………………………….…15-15Political Reforms…………………………………………………..Educational Reforms………………………………………………Economic Reforms ………………………………………………..Agricultural Reforms……………………………………………...Social Reforms…………………………………………………….Technological Reforms …………………………………………...Cultural Reforms ………………………………………………….Industrial Reforms………………………………………………Financial Reforms…………………………………………………Roles and Responsibilities of the Stakeholders (who)…………….15-1616-1717-1717-1818-1818-1919-1919-2020-2o21-21SWOT AnalysisExpected OutcomesTarget BeneficiariesSumming-upRecommendationsChapter-4
CAN FOREIGN AID REDUCE THE POVERTY IN TOTALITY?22-24
Chapter-5
OPENED
‘SECRECY’
ABOUT THE POLITICS IN FOREIGN AID25-27
Chapter-6
HOW MODERNED NEPAL EXCLUDED ALL ITS MINORITYCOMMUNITIES FROM THE MAIN STREAM OF SYSTEMS?28-30
Chapter-7
WHY NEPAL BECAME POORER IN EACH PRECEEDING DECADE?
Chapter-8
WHO, HOW AND WHEN MADE NEPAL THE POOREST COUNTRY?
Chapter-9
 
POVERTY&TERRORIST ACTIVITIY IN THE CONTEXT OF NEPAL
Chapter-10
CAN WE REDUCE THE POVERTY IN NEPAL WITHIN 30 YEARS?
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I am heartily grateful with all the poor people of the various disadvantaged minoritycommunities as well as towards my own poverty, which made me justice lover. I am also
 By: Raj K Pandey (MBA, MA), e-mail: rajkpandey2000@hotmail.com
 
 , GPO Box: 19862, Jawalakhel, Lalitpur, Kathmandu, Nepal, Mobile 9841 210094/98510-86884

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