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United Mission to Nepal Project 2016 - 2020
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Funding Information  (Dollar US)
Total Actual Commitment:
22,834,653 Dollar US
Total Planned Commitment:
0 Dollar US
Total Actual Disbursements:
17,687,795 Dollar US
Total Planned Disbursements:
0 Dollar US
Total Actual Release of Funds :
17,687,795 Dollar US
Unallocated Disbursements:
5,146,858 Dollar US
TOTAL PLANNED EXPENDITURES:
0 Dollar US
Additional info
Activity Created By:
United Mission to Nepal
Created in workspace:
United Mission to Nepal - Team
Computation:
Yes
Activity Created On:
29/09/2015
Activity updated on:
06/06/2019
Data Team Leader:
United Mission to Nepal umn@amp.org
 
Identification
Project Title: 
United Mission to Nepal Project 2016 - 2020
AMP ID: 
8723823912923

Status:  On-Going
Status Reason: 
Outputs: 

1.1.  The poorest people living in poverty are satisfied with their housing conditions

1.2.  Improved livelihoods by renewed and increased income generation opportunities in the agriculture sector.

1.3.    Improved health and nutritional status of under five children, pregnant and lactating women

1.4.    People feel safer and more confident in dealing with the next disaster hazard

1.5.    Boys and girls, men and women all have access to, and use hygienically, reliable and gender appropriate WASH facilities in schools, health facilities and communities.

1.6.    Communities, especially PPLP, able to access education, reproductive health, protection and enjoy child rights

1.7.    Traumatised adults are able to process their trauma in constructive ways that will benefit both them and their local communities and the psychological needs of children and adolescents are understood and effectively addressed

1.8.    Earthquake affected people enabled to access their entitlements and services from Government

1.9.    Organisational capacity of UMN partners enabled to respond effectively to the earthquake disaster and to address the needs of EQ affected people in an effective and efficient manner.

2.1.Increased knowledge of HIV and access to HIV treatment, care and support services

2.2.Communities with safe drinking water, sanitation and good personal hygiene

2.3.Communities have the knowledge, means and motivation to ensure good nutrition for under five children, adolescents, and women of reproductive age.

2.4.Adolescents are equipped with the knowledge and skills to make healthy sexual and reproductive choices

2.5.Increased awareness, reduce stigma and strengthened mental health services including psychosocial counselling.

2.6.Strengthened health systems focussing on safe motherhood including family planning.

3.1.      School governance and management strengthened

3.2.      Adolescent and youth with greater access to higher and vocational education

3.3.      Child friendly school frame work implemented by schools effectively

3.4.      Civil Society and local government system strengthened to promote child rights

3.5.      Inclusive education practices strengthened in schools.

3.6.      Schools with the capacity to deliver MLE & ICT in education at primary level in areas of high ethnic minority communities.

4.1.Food security, including equitable intra HH usage, improved.

4.2.Communities with increased resilience against climatic and non climatic risks.

4.3.Farmers  networks/alliances/institutions strengthened.

4.4.Improved access to advantageous information, and appropriate skills and technologies.

4.5.Increased income of PPLP from on/off farm entrepreneurial activities with market linkages.

5.1.    Conflict  sensitivity and gender is mainstreamed in UMN, partner organisations and programmes.

5.2.    Men, women, boys and girls have developed positive, supportive and equitable gender attitudes and practices.


5.3.    Children with disablility have rights upheld, received quality medical treatment and have been rehabilitated in their communities.

5.4.    Violence and discrimination in the communities are  reduced.

5.5.    Increased cooperation and interdependence among different faiths and cultural  groups.

5.6.    Community development tool is implemented.

5.7.    Young people equipped with knowledge and skills for effective leadership and addressing the needs of the PPLP.

5.8.    Faith based organizations (FBOs) with leadership and management capacity to serve the poorest  people in their communities.

6.1.    Participation and influence/ access of PPLP to public decision making processes increased.

6.2.    Governance, accountability, skills and sustainability of CSOs improved

6.3.    Local communities empowered to improve the wellbeing of PPLP.


Input: 
  1. Disaster Response: To support communities in 5 VDCs of Dhading District in their efforts to recover and reconstruct after the earthquake, such that they, especially PPLP, have sustainable, resilient and healthy lives
  2. Health: Overall health status of PPLP enhanced and realisation of their basic health rights enabled.
  3. Education: PPLP’s equipped with improved knowledge, life-skills and attitudes by enhancing access to good quality formal and other appropriate educational opportunities
  4. Sustainable livelihoods: To enhance the ability of PPLP to realise their livelihood rights through the promotion of appropriate, sustainable, and resilient livelihood options.
  5. Community Development: To develop peaceful, harmonious, just, safe and secure communities and equip institutions to more effectively address the needs of PPLP.
  6. Capacity Building: To strengthen the capacity of both right holders and duty bearers to enable good governance at the local level, in order to meet the needs of PPLP.

Impact: 

Individuals and communities, particularly the poorest, are enabled to live fuller more dignified lives


Outcome:

·        3,000 households who have awareness on how to rebuild houses to earthquake resistant standards

·        500 PPLP households with rebuilt houses

·        7,000 households with improved means of income generation 

·        7,000 households with additional knowledge related to their income generation activities

·        200 pregnant women supported by training and supplementary food

·        Kitchen gardens promoted through training and seeds

·        3,000 HHs trained and in landslide preparedness with action taken

·        Early warning systems established

·        Toilets, water supply and hand washing stations are available and are properly used and maintained by 5 school communities

·        Toilets, water supply and hand washing stations, and placenta pits are available and are properly used and maintained in 5 health facilities

·        9,000 people benefit from adequate (quality and quantity), equitable and sustainable community water systems with well functioning users-group

·        5,000 HH benefit from open defecation free  community, working towards post ODF status

·        15 Temporary Learning Centres established;

·        Communities mobilised to ensure that women, children, and adolescent girls  from the most vulnerable groups are safe from  exploitation, trafficking,  early marriages, sexual and gender based violence;

·        Sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) knowledge, skills and attitude of children, adolescent girls and boys, women in earth quake affected areas, are enhanced

·        Successful creation of 30 active Trauma Healing Groups;

·        Schools provide mental well-being and trauma healing activities for their pupils;

·        Enhanced capacity in 2 health facilities to meet the anticipated increase in mental health needs arising within the 5 target VDCs.

·        Earthquake affected people empowered to participate in participatory decision-making process

·        Earthquake affected people empowered to monitor public expenditure relating to post-earthquake activities

·        Self Help Groups empowered and mobilized for good governance in earthquake response (build consensus among local actors to be more participatory, equitable, inclusive,  accountable, transparent, responsive, effective, efficient and follow rule of law)

·        Organisational policies, guidelines and structures are developed, amended and implemented;

·        Transparency and accountability measures established and practiced;

·        Increased competency and technical capacity of partner organisations and PPLP.

·         10,000 people reached by peer education and other awareness activities

·         250 people supported for HIV counseling, testing and treatment and care services

·         30 ODF declared VDCs

·         135 households with new toilets

·         525 children enrolled in PD hearth nutrition centres

·        5,000 people provided nutrition awareness through training, orientations and school health nutrition awareness programme

·         3,760  adolescents reached for SRHR education and/or mobilisation

·         2,250 adolescents utilizing adolescent friendly health services

·         450 mental health cases counseled, diagnosed and treated

·         25 severe mentally ill cases referred for rehabilitation

·         25 Health Facilities provider support for birthing centers

·         35 HFOMC strengthened and supported

·         160 schools practice regular SMC and PTA meetings for school development.

·         125 schools conduct social audits regularly

·         18 local scholarship schemes established and functioned well.

·         275  youth and adolescents have access to higher education/ training by scholarship provisions

·         205 teachers who received child friendly teaching learning skill development training

·         170 schools with prioritised minimum enabling conditions.

·         130 child clubs established and mobilised in school and community development activities.

·         25 Village Education Committees and  VCPCs functioning well

·         550 disabled children enrolled in schools.

·         125 schools have improved disability friendly teaching learning materials

·         36 schools practising MLE provisions

·         1,080 parents engaged in MLE provision.

  50 schools supported with computer labs

·         Food security, both inter and intra HH, increased for poorest HHs from 3 to 12 months;

·         100% average increase in HHs disposable income

·         100%  people able to anticipate intensity of recurrent hazards and their potential to weather it;

·         20 measures for mitigation and adaption under taken

·         20 issues identified and addressed;

·         60%  PPLP access the services/benefits they are entitled to

·         100% project beneficiaries adaptive to improved production practices

·         50% beneficiaries involved in making informed choices, active involvement in local planning, decision making and implementation

·         1,000 new start-ups

·         15 local products are competitive and widely appreciated

·        25 partner organisations have and  implement   Conflict sensitive and gender policies in their organisation and programme level.

·         25  UMN and Partner programmes reviewed and redesigned through DNH lens

·       534 men and boys willing to change their traditional roles as fathers and husbands.

·        775  women and girls confidently express their opinions and participated in social events.

·        305  children with disability have increased capacity to organise and participate in disability advocacy campaigns

·        100 children with disability have been treated and rehabilitated in their respective communities

·        35 community level initiatives against violence organised at local level

·        95 disputes/ differences resolved at local level

·         12 joint activities and events organized

·         13 common  issues/ needs addressed joinlty

·         60 community groups are implementing the community development tool in their communities

·         150 households are involved in community focused programmes implemented as a result of understanding the community development process

·         50 youth complete UMN Internship

·         100 unemployed youth will have been supported to generate employment opportunities through career counselling, like skills and vocational training

·      20 FBOs   in the remote clusters increase their community involvement with specific focus to the PPLPs

·      40 FBOs in remote clusters have improved their management and leadership skills.

·         675 community proposals included in the government plan.

·         16 public institutions accept/ implement financial monitoring system with Government representatives and local communities.

·         40 partner CSOs have established transparency and accountability measures (Social audit, financial - internal and external audit, legal compliances, etc.);

·       40 partner CSOs prepare and implement "Sustainability Plan"

·         At least 300 groups have increased influence and access to public services and entitlements;

·          At least 300 groups have increased socio-economic collective actions in communities



Climate Change Relevance: 
Relevant
Physical Progress %: 

Gender Marker: 
Directly Supportive
budget
Activity is Off Budget


Donor Codes: 
  • [United Mission to Nepal ]

Humanitarian Aid: 
Yes
Planning

Date of Agreement:  26/11/2015
Date of effectiveness:  17/07/2015
Proposed Start Date:  17/07/2015
Actual Start Date:  17/07/2015
Extension Date 1 Comments: 

Extension Date 2: 
Extension Date 2 Comments: 

Planned Completion Date:  16/07/2020
Extension Date 1: 
Location
[NEPAL] [Central (Madhyamanchal)] [Bagmati] [Dhading (Dhading Besi)] 31%

[NEPAL] [Central (Madhyamanchal)] [Bagmati] [Kathmandu (Kathmandu)] 2%

[NEPAL] [Eastern (Purwanchal)] [Koshi ] [Sunsari (Inaruwa)] 10%

[NEPAL] [Far-Western (Sudur Pashchimanchal)] [Seti ] [Bajhang (Chainpur)] 12%

[NEPAL] [Far-Western (Sudur Pashchimanchal)] [Seti ] [Doti (Dipayal)] 9%

[NEPAL] [Mid-Western (Madhya Pashchimanchal)] [ Karnali ] [Mugu (Gamgadhi)] 7%

[NEPAL] [Mid-Western (Madhya Pashchimanchal)] [Rapti ] [Rukum (Musikot)] 10%

[NEPAL] [Western (Pashchimanchal)] [Lumbini ] [Rupandehi (Bhairahawa)] 19%

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Implementation Level: Development Region

Implementation Location: District

National Plan
[National Development Plan (NDP)] [Peace, rehabilitation and Inclusive Development] [Peace, Re-construction & Rehabilitation] 19.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)] [Social Development Policy] [Education] 13.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)] [Macroeconomic Policy and Economic Development Policy] [Agriculture and Food Security] 16.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)] [Good Governance and Human Rights] [Good Governance (GG)] 9.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)] [Social Development Policy] [Health and Nutrition] 15.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)] [Social Development Policy] [Social Protection] 28.0%
Sectors
Primary Sector
Nepal Sector Classification - EDUCATION (13)%

Nepal Sector Classification - HEALTH (15)%

Nepal Sector Classification - LIVELIHOOD (16)%

Nepal Sector Classification - MISCELLANEOUS (9)%

Nepal Sector Classification - OTHERS - SOCIAL (28)%

Nepal Sector Classification - PEACE AND RECONSTRUCTION (19)%

Secondary Sector
Nepal Functional Coding - ECONOMIC AFFAIRS - Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting (16)%

Nepal Functional Coding - EDUCATION (7)%

Nepal Functional Coding - GENERAL PUBLIC SERVICE - General services (5)%

Nepal Functional Coding - HEALTH (11)%

Nepal Functional Coding - HOUSING AND COMMUNITY AMENITIES - Community development (22)%

Nepal Functional Coding - SOCIAL PROTECTION (39)%

Funding
Organization Name : United Mission to Nepal
Organization Role : donor
Type Of Assistance : Grant Aid
Modality of Assistance : Project Support
Earthquake Disaster Response : Yes
Mode of Payment : Direct Payment Mode
Conditions :
Actual Commitments
Actual 17/07/2015 22,834,653   US Dollar
Subtotal Actual Commitments: 22,834,653 Dollar US    
ACTUAL DISBURSEMENT:
Actual 16/10/2015 793,108   US Dollar
Actual 14/01/2016 755,052   US Dollar
Actual 15/07/2016 3,287,463   US Dollar
Actual 13/01/2017 2,649,479   US Dollar
Actual 15/07/2017 2,272,097   US Dollar
Actual 14/01/2018 2,531,777   US Dollar
Actual 15/07/2018 3,273,872   US Dollar
Actual 14/01/2019 2,124,947   US Dollar
SUBTOTAL ACTUAL DISBURSEMENT: 17,687,795 Dollar US    
Actual Expenditures:
Actual 16/10/2015 793,108   US Dollar
Actual 14/01/2016 755,052   US Dollar
Actual 15/07/2016 3,287,463   US Dollar
Actual 13/01/2017 2,649,479   US Dollar
Actual 15/07/2017 2,272,097   US Dollar
Actual 14/01/2018 2,531,777   US Dollar
Actual 15/07/2018 3,273,872   US Dollar
Actual 14/01/2019 2,124,947   US Dollar
SUBTOTAL ACTUAL EXPENDITURES: 17,687,795 Dollar US    
Undisbursed Balance: 5,146,858 Dollar US    


 
Total Actual Commitments: 22,834,653 Dollar US  
Total Actual Disbursements: 17,687,795 Dollar US  
TOTAL ACTUAL EXPENDITURES: 17,687,795 Dollar US  
Undisbursed Balance: 5,146,858 Dollar US  
Consumption Rate: 100% Dollar US  
Delivery rate: 77%
Key Achievements
  • • 3149 adolescents and youth population reached through Peer Education (PE) programme. Total 119 trained PEs were trained and mobilized to raise awareness on HIV and AIDS including adolescent reproductive and sexual health in Sunsari, Nawalparasi, Rupandehi, Rukum, Mugu, Doti and Bajhang districts. • 175 people received supports for HIV counseling, testing and referral services for the treatment in Sunsari, Morang, Doti and Rupandehi districts. Out of them 60 PLHIVs has been receiving community and home base care services and 47 PLHIVs received various vocational skill development trainings and support for income generation.• Triggering activities for the hygiene and sanitation promotion at working communities and at in the schools has been doing continuously as a part of universal toilet coverage and ODF zone declaration inline to National Sanitation and Hygiene Master Plan 2010. 2 VDCs in Mugu and 1 VDC in Bajhang declared ODF and provided significant contribution for it. • 7 toilets have been made with the support to UMN and the support was provided only for the ultra-poor households in Kapilvastu and Doti district. • Total 100 under nourished children of aged 6-59 months were enrolled in eight Positive Deviance (PD) Hearth centers and taken benefits of nutritional promotional intervention in Doti, Rukum and Rupandehi districts.• 1523 women’s group members were received kitchen gardening and basic nutrition orientation sessions in Dhading, Mugu, Rupandehi, Rukum and Doti districts. 47 women of the various women’s groups provided livestock support to promote livelihood status as well as to improve household level nutritional status.• 3500 adolescents reached with SRHR information along with basic life skills by mobilizing 339 trained peer educators (PEs) and 23 CFLE facilitators in Rukum, Mugu, Bajhang and Doti. • 60 Health Workers (Doti-40, Mugu-20) from various health facilities provided two days orientation training on National ASRH programme and AFHS. Necessary supplies to establish AFHS corner like display information board, table, chair, filter for drinking water, IEC display hanging with pocket folder were supported to these health facilities.• Total 599 new mentally ill cases counselled and treated from various rural health facilities in last one year after providing basic mental health training to health workers from the 15 local health facilities of five working districts (Dhading, Rupandehi, Rukum and Bajhang and Doti). • 6 people requiring specialist services for treatment for the severe mental health conditions have been referred from the local health facilities to higher centers. • ANMs from 10 different local health facilities of Dhading, Rukum, Bajhang and Doti provided SBA Training in Tansen Mission Hospital in coordination with NHTC for strengthening birthing centers.• 17 health workers from Dhading, Rukum and Bajhang trained on long acting reversible contraception (LARC) and provided necessary equipment for LARC service (Implant and IUCD) expansion at rural health facilities in coordination with National Health Training Center (NHTC).• 18 different local Health Facility Operation and Management Committees provided HFOMC strengthening training in Dhading, Rukum, Mugu, Sunsari, Nawalparasi, and Doti districts. After HFOMC strengthening training they realized their role clearly and have been involving to improve the health care services delivery actively at locally.• 27 school conducted social audit as per the DEO guidelines with the support from UMN in the year 2015-16. These schools are in Rukum, Mugu, Dhading, Doti and Bajhang• 43 school management committee/PTA received good governance (including school management) training where 456 people participated the training• 7 scholarship fund is established in Rukum, Rupandehi, Doti and Mugu district where more than 5,00,000 has been mobilized for endowment fund• 32 boys and 37 girls have access to higher secondary education through scholarship provisions in Mugu, Rukum, Dhading and Rupandehi• 134 Teachers from 25 schools received child friendly teaching training in Dhading, Sunsari, Rukum and Mugu. This is a refresher and follow up training to them• Out of 180 UMN assisted schools, 70 schools have fulfilled \PMEC• 89 Child clubs established (in total) and involved in development activities in schools and communities• 8 VCPC is well functioning and 6 VEC is working but not very active• 167 disabled children enrolled in this year in UMN supported schools in Mugu, Rukum, Dhading, Sunsari Morang, Doti and Bajhang• 75 schools have improved disability friendly teaching learning materials• 14 Schools are practicing MLE provisions in Rukum and Kapilbastu• 185 parents were engaged• 30 schools are supported with computer labs with 20 computers each school in Doti, Bajhang and Rukum districts• An average of 2.5 months food secure months was added (inter and intra HHs) across the project areas.• 12% average increase in HHs disposable income from the project support to involve in different on and off farm enterprises.• 22% people able to anticipate intensity of recurrent hazards and their potential to weather it through the involvement and functioning of DMT, emergency fund, search and rescue activities , various disaster preparedness trainings.• 5 measures (ICS, plantations, embankment, fire line construction, natural water resource conservation) for mitigation and adaptation were taken up in the communities• 8 issues (4 domestic violence, 2 marketing options, 2 DRR) were identified and addressed.• On an average 18% PPLPs accessed to the services from the networks and institutions initiated and supported by the different programs.• 18% beneficiaries adopted and remained adaptive to the improved production practices gaining proper knowledge and skills in the related aspects.• An average of 10% project beneficiaries became involved in making informed choices and in local-level planning and implementation. • 110 different enterprises (on and off-farm) were fresh started by the PPLPs across the project sites. • 5 local products (Milk, potato, ginger, oranges, goat) are competitive and widely appreciated• 6 partner organisations have conflict sensitive policy, 7 partner organisations have gender policy and implementing those in their organisations and programme level. • 6 UMN and partner programmes reviewed and redesigned through DNH lens. (counted only to peacebuilding partners)• 365 men and boys and 362 women and girls are sensitized, realized and understood about the gender roles, gender attitude and behavior change through different group management, information management, gender analysis tools and code methods for the community mobilization. 38 men teachers and 19 women teachers participated in the gender behaviour change workshop understanding about training, teaching and counseling to children on gender roles. • 72 (41 Male, 31 Female) children with disabilities have built their capacity through various training and workshops and participate in disability advocacy campaigns.• Where 40 Children with disabilities are directly benefited through medical rehabilitation such as Physical assessment, surgical operation, Assistive devices and Primary Rehabilitation Therapy (PRT) services• 5 community level initiatives- community level discussions and meetings with local police- against cross border crime were organized in Sunsari district. A total of 170 community people were attended the programme. • 26 local disputes resolved at local level by community mediators. 17 personal and relational conflicts were resolved by F&R approach. 3 Institutional conflicts were reconciled• Joint activities and events were organised and 3 common issues/ need address jointly by the interfaith Peace network in Morang. • 28 community groups in UMN clusters are implementing • 9 community groups have started community focused programmes benefiting 400 households• 10 youth have completed UMN Internship• 30 youth are supported for IG activities• 12 FBOs in UMN remote clusters are engaged in learning the role of faith in the transformational development• 7 FBOs are practicing the lesions learned on the organizational development• 43 out of 177 community proposals submitted to VDC council were approved. • Planned from 2016/17• All 40 partner CSOs (Dhading – 8, Rupandehi – 9, Sunsari -7, Rukum – 4, Doti – 5, Bajhang – 4, Mugu – 3) have been practicing transparency and accountability system in the presence of government representatives, stakeholders and targeted beneficiaries. • Planned from 2017/18• 62 community groups have organised initiatives to influence service providers and were able to bring positive changes. • 105 groups (of different UMN projects) have done collective actions to increase socio-economic status in the communities.• UMN provided 513 (In Mahadevsthan 100 mason trained, in Pida 100, in Jharlang 102, in Ree 106 and in Lapa 105 Masons were trained). mason training to community people and five demo houses are on under construction. More than 3000 household covers the awareness on rebuild houses to earthquake resistant standard through mason training, awareness message and demo house observation.• UMN’s plan has been revised and some of fund has been diverted to build more schools due to align with district priority on school and WASH• 8045 HH directly benefitted improved means of income generation through the different kind of support e.g. 4113 meter agriculture road maintenances, 3 trail bridges maintenances, 2 collection center, storage house construction, 16 mini tiller, 40 black smith support, vegetable and cereal seed, fast growing fruit saplings, improved buck, goat and poultry, 14 irrigation scheme reconstruction, 73 seed storage and preservation bins support, livestock sheds support, revolving fund, 18 grinding machine support, 46 Corn Sheller, 15,250 kg organic fertilizer support, 4 cooperative and 3 women group supported form seed money/revolving fund etc.• 10214 households with additional knowledge related to their income generation activities through different kind of training, workshop, exposure and orientation e.g. 3 TOT training on financial literacy, 15 trainings on financial literacy, 162 people on off-farm skill training, 3503 farmers on FYM/Compost management and Bio pesticides training, 632 farmers trained on post-harvest management, 147 farmers trained on market led production, 130 farmers trained on SRI/SWI/IPM, 1336 farmers trained on shed management, 4 interactive workshop between producers and buyers, etc. • As we have just started to form the mother group, progress of groups will be measured after regular orientation sessions and check-up• 316 kitchen gardens are promoted through training and seeds support.• 1773 HHs trained disaster risk reduction and landslide preparedness with locally action taken.• NA• Ongoing• 12 toilet construction completed. (2 toilets in Health Care Centre of Ree and Jharlang, 1 toilet constructing in school at Lapa, 4 constructing in school in Jharlang, 4 constructing in Mahadevsthan and 1 in Pida VDCs).213 community people participated in orientation on personal and community sanitation and hygiene orientation.• Around 700 people are benefited through 5 Community water system repaired and accessing safe drinking water. (3 No of Community Water Supply schemes were repaired in Ree VDC and 2 in Jharlang and others are in Progress, due to the water source dry up and source depletion we could not start drinking water construction work in many places.)• 6 Water Supply Users Committee formed in Jharlang VDC and 1 in Lapa and for other Water Supply scheme in process to form WSUC.• On plan• 15 TLCs are established in Madevshtna and Pida VDCs among them 13 TLCs are upgraded in permanent structure and 2 TLCs have been forwarded process for upgrading process.• 1500 women, children, and adolescent girls from the most vulnerable groups are safe from exploitation, trafficking, early marriages, sexual and gender based violence through the orientation, displaying awareness message. 27/09/2016
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