This Nepali translated version of the Minimum Economic Recovery Standards (MERS) represent the globally acknowledged agreement on the most effective approaches for enhancing economic resilience in communities affected by crises. Its intent is to provide the reader with guidance on what good programming looks like and what to consider when you are planning your activities. Furthermore, it addresses important overarching concerns, including gender, disability, preparedness, resilience, protection, and environmental considerations. These standards encompass a set of core criteria ranging from 1 to 5, which include factors such as ensuring humanitarian programs are attuned to market dynamics, coordinating efforts to enhance effectiveness, equipping staff with the necessary skills, avoiding harm, and clearly defining intervention strategies for target populations.
Translated - English to Nepali, Report, DPNet Publication