Policies & guidelines
1. Organisational Communication Policies and Procedures 2062
This organisational communications policies and procedure guideline shortly presents rationale, key strategic aims and enlists policies that support internal communications.
Then it outlines in bullets about the following meetings at CENTRAL LEVEL and REGIONAL LEVEL
- Regular senior management meetings
- Regular full staff meetings
- Department meetings
- Quarterly review meetings However, for DISTRICT LEVEL it deals with
- Regular full staff meetings
- Monthly status reports (by every staff) It also presents communication system (table) for central and regional/district chapters.
It also outlines about external communication which mianly deals with (1) printed information (2) DNF Website (3) Events (4) Press (5) Onganisation information. Lastly, it attaches one paged summary of communication channels This is 9 paged document in English.
2. Developing Sustainability Plan 2062
- This guideline presents a short introduction, rationale and objectives. Then it presents a framework for sustainability plan which deals with organisational sustainability, programme sustainability, and financial sustainability.
- It also deals with about developing an implementation plan, implications and conclusion.
- It has attached Planning Guideline, Writing a Project Proposal Guideline and Organisation Structures as annexes.
- This plan seems to be very helpful for DNF's sustainability. This plan is in both English and Nepali attached in one. This is 27 paged document.
3. Developing Human Resource Plan 2062
This guideline analyses the situation and need of DNF and presents the information precisely. It presents introduction, rationale, and objectives at first and then presents a framework for human resource (HR) plan. Under the HR plan framework, it deals with the following topic in particular.
- Policy and strategies
- Human resource inventory
- Human resource planning
- Recruitment, selection and placement
- Training and development
- Performance management
- Succession planning
Lastly it presents framework for developing and implementation plan, implication and conclusions. It also attaches a number of guidelines and sample documents as annexes.
- DNF as network organization has presence at 69 districts of Nepal through its member organizations. It has well established offices at central, five development regions, and 10 districts of Nepal. Currently, 344 Dalit NGOs from Hill, Mountain and Terai are affiliated with DNF.
- DNF has significantly contributed to establish Rights against untouchability caste based and discrimination as fundamental rights of Dalits for the first time in the Interim Constitution of Nepal.
- DNF along with its national level member organizations were able to introduce separate Dalit chapter in Tenth National Plan of Nepal government (widely known as Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper) for the first time in the country. Thereafter, the government has continuously prioritized Dalit chapter in its following national periodic plans.