GROW YOUR FUTURE: EDUCATION AND RUAL DEVELOPMENT FOR A SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT LIFE

Funding Information
(USD)
Total Actual Commitment:
1,380,940 USD
Total Planned Commitment:
0 USD
Total Actual Disbursements:
364,618 USD
Total Planned Disbursements:
0 USD
Unallocated Disbursements:
1,016,322 USD
TOTAL EXPENDITURES:
0 USD USD
Additional Information
Project Created By:
asiaonlus@amp.org
Project Modified By:
asiaonlus@amp.org
Project Created On:
10/26/2021
Created in workspace:
Asian Onlus -Team
 
Identification
Project Title: 
GROW YOUR FUTURE: EDUCATION AND RUAL DEVELOPMENT FOR A SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT LIFE VALIDATED
ID: 
87238117724198

IATI Identifier: 


Gender Marker: 
Indirectly Supportive

Climate Change Relevance: 
Relevant

Status:  On-Going
Budget Head: 
Status Reason: 

Improve the livelihood, education and WaSH conditions of life of the farmer's especially women is of the their families through opportunity of income related a storage environmental is a promotion of the supply chains forestry not woody and vegetable/seed crops  in central region of Nepal


Input: 

# 80% of women are more involved in the social, economic and political life of the district, on the sample directly involved in the project

# the nurseries are active, spread at least 3,000 seedlings each per year and are managed by a cohesive and permanent team each

# Land use maps produced by the project partnership through remote sensing and GIS

# training of 12 families and equipment with complete beekeeping materials

# training and supply of seedlings for the replanting of arboreal plants for the production of branches for animal feed

# Technical evaluations on the performance of mushroom sheds, conducted by the Naukunda Rural Municipality Agriculture section is responsible for monitoring

# Training of 12 families and equipment with complete mushroom construction materials

# Construction of irrigation canal

# Training of 120 families on animal nutrition and plantation of fodder crops.

# Training of 150 families on agriculture on agriculture extension services

# Training of 150 families on agriculture extension services to for the income generation

# Training of 25 families and on cooperatives management

# Training to 150 students on high value agriculture crops to make them interest in farming.

# 6 nurseries for the reproduction of local tree species

# 18 hectares of marginal areas are planted with native tree species,

# 180 families are trained and equipped to start or expand the beekeeping activity

# 12 families are trained in the production of mushroom cultivation

# 120 families of breeders are trained on the pruning techniques of tree

# 1 Irrigation and 1 collection centre establishment  

# 150 Farmers Agriculture extension services provided to the farmers for increasing production and processing efficiency

# 150 Farmers Agricultural extension services provided for income generation through cash crop and livestock farming

# 25 Local small farmers’ cooperatives supported and market chain improved

# At least 150 youth students will be trained on high value crops cultivation

#At least 1 hospital will supported with COVID  materials

# At least more than 100 persons will be supported by food items and more than 400 children will

# At least 6000 people will be aware from the COVID 19 awareness campaign.

#3500 farmers (2100 women) trained in improved agricultural techniques for the production of seeds and vegetables

#At least 50% of the target groups (of which at least 60% are women) will adopt improved agricultural practices for seed production.

#At least 1 seed bank and 5 seed collection units will be established and managed by cooperatives and social enterprises

#Set up 2 Community companies that provide farmers with extension services to guarantee market access and improve the characterization of the local value.

#The members of 10 existing cooperatives and 2 community social enterprises (at least 60% of women participants) trained on the business plan and on financial management.

#Established business relationships with at least 2 private companies for the sale of agricultural products in national markets

#At least 5 local government agencies will be supported in preparing the agricultural development plan to increase the production and marketing of high value vegetables and seeds

#At least 10 representatives of the 5 rural municipalities participate in the project coordination meetings

#Weekly markets regulated in local strategies

#1 seed bank and 2 community social enterprises supported by local governments during the project

#Community Resources Persons trained in the dissemination of extensive government agricultural services

#Weekly markets realized once a week in the 5 municipalities

#2 selected private companies and 2 sales contracts stipulated for marketing at national level

#3500 farmers have access to the use of ICT products for agricultural production and other marketing information

#20 teachers will be trained focused on improving of learning achievements.

# 681 students supported with school fee, stationery, dress, food and extracurricular activities.

# 4 schools supported for minor maintenance.


Outputs: 

1. 80% of women heads of households and in conditions of economic hardship are informed of their rights and trained in the agricultural management, production and sale of agricultural products.

2. 2 nurseries for the reproduction of local tree species, for the functional re-naturalization of the buffer zones, they are set up and equipped and donated to 2 female associations with experience in the commercial management of nurseries, which have been collaborating with ASIA for some time in the field of horticulture.

3. 15 hectares of marginal areas are planted with native tree species, selected based on the technical analyses already carried out in 2018 and characterized by a population in reduction in the park; the plants will be functional to support the non-wood supply chains of the project, in particular honey and branches for animal nutrition.

4. 120 families are trained and equipped to start or expand the beekeeping activity in the buffer zones, near the new re-settlement represented by the 15 re-naturalized hectares capable of providing nourishment and protection to bee colonies. Each family will receive 5 improved beehives for 600 production beehives.

5. 12 families are trained in the production of saprophytic mushrooms destined for sale that are enjoying great market demand in Nepal. 6 families in the first year and the remaining 6 in the second year will then be supported, financially and technically for the construction of 12 sheds equipped with irrigation systems.

6. 60 families of breeders are trained on the pruning techniques of tree-like plants for animal nutrition (planted in consociation on the 15 hectares of marginal areas) and are assigned to them 250 seedlings of suitable arboreal plants for planting near the houses and stables.

7.1 Irrigation and 1 collection centre establishment   

8. 150 Farmers Agriculture extension services provided to the farmers for increasing production and processing efficiency

9. 150 Farmers Agricultural extension services provided for income generation through cash crop and livestock farming

10.25 Local small farmers’ cooperatives supported and market chain improved

11 Interest of youth on high value crops cultivation is generate at least 150 students

12. Support for COVID 19

13. COVID 10 awareness campaign in the villages of  Rasuwa

14. Production for the sale of seeds and spices of high commercial value has increased by 30% using appropriate production techniques and the involvement of local farmers groups

15. Successfully implemented a business plan for the self-sustainability of community social enterprises

16. Governance of local authorities strengthened through participatory planning on the marketing of local products, guaranteeing ownership of the development process

17. Created a system of sustainable marketing of seeds and spices through the improvement of the value chain and a correct use of the information system of the agricultural market

18. Improvement of learning achievement, hygiene and learning environment through the material and training to teachers, school and students


Outcome:

1. Empowerment of social and economic condition of rural women in Rasuwa district.

2. Disseminate models of use of natural resources with high adaptability and resistance to climate change, recovering marginal lands, and production capacity increment and the eco-system services provided.

3. Reduce the forms of illegal and indefensible exploitation of woody and non-woody forest resources within the park by fostering management models with low environmental impact.

4. To promote the re-naturalization of the Langtang Park, through the reintroduction of native species in the buffer zones, control of the expansion of alien species.

5. Increase the livelihood of the beneficiaries of the Naukunda RM through the commercial vegetable farming and cash crops cultivation

6. Promote the strengthening of the skills of women and young people in the districts of Kavrepalanchowk and Sindhupalchowk through the introduction of improved technologies for the increase in the production of quality seeds and spices

7. Strengthen the system of collection, selection, packaging and marketing of seeds, vegetables and spices by means of community social enterprises (made up of 60% women) created by improving the governance process of local authorities in the 2 selected districts


Impact: 

Improve the livelihood, education and WaSH conditions of life of the farmer's especially women is of the their families through opportunity of income related a storage environmental is a promotion of the supply chains forestry not woody and vegetable/seed crops  in central region of Nepal



Budget Type:
Off Budget

Treasury Type:


Humanitarian Aid: No

Planning

Date of Agreement:  11-05-2020
Date of effectiveness:  11-05-2020
Proposed Start Date: 
Actual Start Date:  11-01-2020
Planned Completion Date:  11-04-2025
Location
[Bagmati Pradesh] 100.0%

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National Plan
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Social Development Policy]   [Drinking Water and Sanitation] 15.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Social Development Policy]   [Education] 20.0%
[National Development Plan (NDP)]   [Macroeconomic Policy and Economic Development Policy]   [Agriculture and Food Security] 65.0%
Sectors

PRIMARY SECTORS
Nepal Sector Classification - EDUCATION (20.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - DRINKING WATER (15.0)%

Nepal Sector Classification - LIVELIHOOD (65.0)%


Implementing/Executing Agencies

Donor Organization: 
  • ASIA ONLUS

Counterpart Ministry : 
  • Ministry of Education, Science and Technology 25.0 %
  • Ministry of Water Supply 5.0 %
  • Ministry of Forests and Environment 20.0 %
  • Ministry of Agriculture, Land Management and Cooperatives 50.0 %

Executing Agency: 
  • ASIA ONLUS 100.0 %

Implementing Agency: 
  • ASIA ONLUS 0.0 %
Funding
ASIA ONLUS
Transaction Type Transaction Date Type Of Assistance Mode Of Payment Post Earthquake Assistance Aid Type Financing Instrument Amount
Actual Commitment 11-05-2020 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Program Based Support 1,380,940 USD
Sub Total Actual Commitment: 1,380,940 USD
Sub Total Planned Commitment: 0 USD
Actual Disbursement 06-26-2021 Grant Aid Direct Payment No NORMAL CASE Program Based Support 364,618 USD
Sub Total Actual Disbursement: 364,618 USD
Sub Total Planned Disbursement: 0 USD
UNDISBURSED BALANCE: 1,016,322 USD
Progress Achieved

Progress Achieved: 

 


Key Problems: 

 


Steps Taken to solve the problem: 

 


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