The Nepal "Twin Otter" Program: CD4-113/2001E-PDF

"This document reports on a field evaluation of two Twin Otter (DHC-6) projects, placing the findings within the context of a total of seven Twin Otter projects that have constituted the Twin Otter Program conducted in Nepal over the past 29 years. The first project reviewed deals with the construction of a “hangar” in Nepalgunj, (in the western part of Nepal), and the associated training of aircraft maintenance staff, (from 1987 to 1993). The second was a project, (from 1993 to 1999), to refurbish five Twin Otters to extend their lifetime by about 20-25 years, (the Twin Otter Support Project - TOSP). Fieldwork for the evaluation was carried out in late April of 1999; data for the evaluation were collected through document reviews, key-person interviews, and field-site visits. Overall, some 14 persons in Canada and 34 in Nepal were contacted for this study."--Introduction.

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Department/Agency Canadian International Development Agency.
Title The Nepal "Twin Otter" Program
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Title from cover. Issued also in French under title: Programme d'entretien des avions Twin Otter au Népal.
Date [2001?].
Number of Pages [12] p. :
Catalogue Number
  • CD4-113/2001E-PDF
Subject Terms Air transport, Infrastructures, Community development