Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
The project outputs as per the 4 project components (i. socio economic/livelihood, ii. health, iii. education and social empowerment) are presented below in detail.
135 HH are provided ginger seeds.
45 HH are supported to construct for off-seasonal vegetable farming
1100 HH are supported for making kitchen garden
450 HH are provided maize seeds
105 HH are provided paddy seeds
150 HH are provided wheat seeds
150 HH are provided yam seeds
210 HH are provided black beans seed
1 Farm product collection centre is constructed
15 HH are provided bee hives with bees
15 HH are provided hives without bees
1 person is trained as a JTA (Agriculture)
1 person is trained as a JTA (livestock)
20 persons are trained in tailoring
16 schools’ and 22 ECDs’ students are supported with health and hygiene programme in schools
16 schools’ and 6 ECDs are supported with the first aid boxes and refilling of the boxes at need
16 schools’ and 22 ECDs’ students are provided midday meal at schools
Construction of 1 Health Centre is completed and service is provided through it
1 school (Damrang) is renovated.
22 ECDs in Raksirang are supported regularly with necessary furnishing (carpet, chakati, learning and playing materials) and necessary clothes a are given for the children
1195 students are provided scholarship support.
5 schools are supported to establish school library.
170 sets of furniture are provided to needy schools
6 students are supported for higher studies after school graduation
16 schools and 22 ECDs’s students are provided incentives for best performances in school
16 schools are provided Teaching-learning materials
13 schools are supported with 32 teachers
150 students are supported for daily meal (food) in 2 school hostels
657 students are counseled for their career each year
6 Child clubs are supported for their club activities implementation in their respective communities
60 households are provided emergency support
i. Socio-economic: Living standard of the people in the project areas of Raksirang is improved through increased farm products due to improved agricultural practices
ii. Health: Status of health and sanitation of the people in the household and community level is improved due to establishment and access to the community health centre and raised health literacy
iii. Educational: All school going age children in Raksirang 6,7&8 are enrolled in school
The sustainable improvement in the socio economic status of the Chepang and Tamang people in the Raksirang Rural Municipality of Makwanpur is achieved by improving their socio-economic status, health and education status.
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