Assessed the impact of the Karnali Employment Program (KEP) in terms of infrastructure and employment creation. Identified problems with its reliability, effectiveness, and sustainability and suggested changes to its implementation modality. (Multi-sectoral project funded by the UNDP and the National Planning Commission. June 2011 to February 2012.)

Assessed the effectiveness of the investment made through the Social Security Allowance Program by examining the use and sufficiency of the money distributed to elder groups and the reliability of the distribution (actual recipient, distribution time, amount and location of delivery and actual spender). The study identified problems in its reliability and effectiveness and possible solutions, as well as recommendations for simplifying the allowance distribution process. (Multi-sectoral project funded by UNDP/NPC. June 2011 to February 2012)

Identified, in conjunction with the World Bank’s Nepal Investment Climate Assessment (ICA), the barriers to private sector growth so as to provide a basis for designing future assistance programs in the country. (Conducted for IFC/World Bank. IFC/SEDF World Bank. November 2008 to March 2009.)

Determined the potential and scope for advisory services based on the current coverage and quality of services to enable SNV Nepal to develop its country strategy of providing the poor with better access to basic services. (December 2006 to June 2007.)

Evaluated the implementation of District Agriculture Development Fund (DADF) in 20 districts to identify deviant results and possible gaps in the systems and guidelines and their implementation, as well as their ability to address APPSP objectives of reducing poverty and exclusion. (APPSP/MOAC/DFID. January 2006 to September 2006.)

Analysed the status of drinking water, sanitation and health and hygiene in schools and nearby communities. (For Nepal Red Cross Society. June to July 2001.)

Recommended measures to improve the birth registration process in Nepal after a detailed study of its legal and policy aspects and the extent of registered, delayed registered and unregistered children in PLAN International’s program areas. (For PLAN International, Lalitpur, Nepal. January to May 2000.)

Assessed the effect of government and non-government development interventions on the socio-cultural and economic conditions of dalits, with a focus on gender sensitivity. The study culminated in policy recommendations to increase the impact of interventions. In total, 5,198 respondents from 18 districts (all five development regions) were interviewed. (For UNDP. October 1997 to June 1998).

In conjunction with the Dalit Welfare Organisation, proposed recommendations to mainstream the elimination of caste-based discrimination in the government and ILO activities. Analysed the situation of discrimination and forced labour (including child labour) of occupational castes in Nepal. This study fed into the National Strategy by the National Planning Commission and contributed the inclusion of Dalit issues in the 2003 ILO Global Report on Discrimination. (For ILO, Pulchowk, Nepal. August to November 2002.)


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Ministry of Health

Provided advisory support to implement Financial Management Improvement Plan (FMIP) and financial framework development for health institutions. Piloted financial management reporting (FMR) reporting in Ministry of Health; conducted fiduciary risk assessments; revised FMIP; conducted analytical studies on financial management system of health institutions and impact and efficiency of virements on MoH programmes as well as budget allocation criteria.

Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development

Provided advisory service to handle various issues of Public Financial Management. Supported reform of the financial sectors of local bodies; human resources development of District Development Committee in Accounting Software (DDCFAMP) and Audit Observation Record and Tracking System (AORTS). Rolled out software and trained end users to implement Accounting Software of MoFALD Central Financial Management Information System (CFMIS).

Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability

Provided advisory and technical support for finalization of second PEFA Assessment Report, 2015; second PFM reform action plans; reform strategy and programme for phase two; development of internal control system and integrated SPFM-III project document. Developed appropriate PFM tool for local government use to collect revenue, prepare and execute budgets and keep accounts for expenditure.

Ministry of Finance

From 1997 to 2003, TEAM Consult worked closely with the Ministry of Finance to develop the customized Financial Management Information System (FMIS) for the Budget Division and Financial Comptroller General’s Office (FCGO). This system comprises of four integrated modules where information is transferred electronically from one module to another through user-defined system utility tools: the Budget Management Information System (BMIS), Line Ministry Budget System (LMBS), Financial Management Information System (FMIS), and District Treasury Control System (DECS). Sub-modules are integrated with all four core modules to work as a single system.

We later provided follow-up support to upgrade the Integrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS). Upgrading involved implementing a new budget classification system; introducing a new project management system for line ministries (where both expenditure and revenue are reported); implementing a new coding system; improving the electronic transfer of data at the sub-district level; and upgrading the present system of RAS, DECS, FMIS, BMIS, and LMBIS.

TEAM Consult has worked with the Ministry of Finance on a number of other projects since.