Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
Christian Aid is submitting new project agreement with social welfare council of Nepal for the 36 months project. The proposed project, covers three thematic area of the intervention; a) Resilient Livelihood promotion with market system strengthening b) Disaster Risk Reduction and Preparedness and c) Social Empowerment
1.1.1 Deliver 3 days entrepreneurship training.
1.1.2 Orientation and Preparation on Business Plan to trainees.
1.1.3 Technical training (Basic Livestock management training- BLMT, Climate smart vegetables and farming technology, poultry)
1.1.4 Deliver tailored market driven 390 Hrs level 1 vocational training to 350 Youths across target districts with Job placement support.
1.1.5 Farmers' orientation on compost manure production and Effective Microorganisms in Agriculture (EM) support
1.2.1 Agriculture Subsector analysis – 4 districts.
1.2.2 Technological equipment and material support to existing and new enterprises. (milk chilling centre-2, milk cans, milk test equipment, micro irrigation, seeds, plastic tunnels, bee hives, seedlings/sapling)
1.2.3 Support target families on high value crops and commodity promotion
1.2.4 Small scale agri-infrastructure support (irrigation canal, deep boring in 7 locations of Kamaiya Camps, drip irrigation, conservation pond, sprinkle, water canes)
1.2.5 Support Solar Pumps installation for water lifting in Kamaiya Camps- 6 location.
1.3.1 Training and support on processing, branding, labelling and packaging of local products
1.3.2 Byers and seller interactions (producers, suppliers, buyers, financial institutions and government agencies)
1.3.3 Agriculture Festival Fair
1.3.4 Capacity Building and mobilization of agrovets and paravet in line with government curriculum.
1.3.5 Construction and renovation of collection centre and market centres
1.3.6 Financial Literacy Training
1.3.7 Exposure visit for market exploration (for local market actors, producers, representatives from local government)
1.3.8 Capacity building of 10 cooperatives (leadership, management, product development and business plan.) with seed money support.
2.1.1 Capacity building and support local institutions including local government on disaster preparedness planning
2.1.2 Support local government to mock drill of DRR plan and roll out of disaster preparedness plan including VCA process.
2.1.3 Support municipalities to produce and display digital information of hazard, vulnerability and resources.
2.1.4 Support exposure visit for target beneficiaries and rural municipality officials.
2.1.5 Search and rescue/first aid kit support to Municipality level DMCs
2.2.1 Orientation to community on climate change impact, adaptation need and climate smart agriculture
2.2.2 Organize discourse with local governments on climate trend, impact and potential adaptation interventions- (incorporating in municipal plan.)
2.3.1 Renovation, new constriction of water supply schemes- 15 schemes in three target districts,
2.3.2 Activation/formation of 20 WUGs/WUC and capacity building on renovation, governance and leadership.
2.3.3 Support 2 municipalities and 1 district authorities to prepare WASH strategy and post ODF follow up
2.3.4 Multi Use water System (MUS) construction support including promotion of kitchen garden with using waste water from individual HHs taps.
2.3.5 Hygiene and sanitation promotion (trainings, orientations and campaigns)
2.3.6 Contingency stockpiling at Tamakoshi RM, Dolakha for emergency WASH need.
3.1.1 Support local health institutions in collaboration with RM to conduct uterine prolapse screening campaign
3.1.2 Capacity building of rural municipalities (RMs), health facilities, schools, and individuals in addressing uterine prolapse and child marriage
3.1.3 Kits support to local health institutions for Uterine Prolapse Treatments as per need reflected by RM.
3.1.4 Sanitary pad making training and raising awareness on menstrual hygiene
3.1.5 Broadcast community radio programme on uterine prolapse and child marriage
3.1.6 Share lesson learn workshop municipalities to address uterine prolapse issues and child marriage issues
3.2.1 Equipment Support to PWDs with training
3.2.2 Disability inclusion survey in collaboration with RMs and DPOs using Washington group questions.
3.2.3 Training and advocacy on disability and gender inclusion
3.2.4 Support judicial committees to organise awareness campaigns on gender-based violence and establish referral mechanism to affected people.
3.2.5 Flexible seed money support for violence affected women for livelihood, education for children and counselling services.
3.2.6 Workshop with elected bodies on developing understanding of specific gender empowerment approach, Capacity Building and Action against GBV
3.2.7 Social/Public Audit
Output 1.1 Target groups strengthened entrepreneurship, technical and vocational skills required for farm and off farm-based enterprises.
Output 1.2 Target groups received input supplies for farm and off farm-based enterprises and adopt improved practices.
Output 1.3 Entrepreneurs and vocational training graduates are linked to potential market and financial institutions.
Output 2.1 Capacity of target municipality increased to respond future disasters
Output 2.2 Communities and local institutions have increased knowledge and skills on climate change adaptation and DRR.
Output 2.3 Improved functionality of water supply schemes and WASH governance
Output 3.1 Vulnerable women in Rasuwa district are aware on cause and remedial measures for uterine prolapse and local stakeholders have taken steps to address uterine prolapse and gender-based violence
Output 3.2 Strengthened knowledge of target groups, support system and constructive engagement with rural municipalities and stakeholders for PWDs and GBV affected populations.
Outcome 1: Livelihoods of vulnerable communities diversified and strengthened
Outcome 2: Capacity of target groups and local institutions strengthened to respond disasters through preparedness planning and Post- Open Defecation Free interventions.
Outcome 3: Vulnerable groups (women, Person with Disabilities, Caste affected groups, ex-bounded labor) are capacitated to access services and support from stakeholders(N/GO).
Enhanced resilience of most vulnerable groups living in disaster prone areas through livelihood strengthening, disaster preparedness and response and reduced vulnerability.
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