SUPPER identifies the In addition to basic need and livelihood options of disaster affected communities and focuses on recovery enhancing resiliency of households through improving human capability in improved cultivation practices and input support.
Name of Project PRAYAAS-II: Building resilience of the most at risk household and communities through transformative, innovative, inclusion of diversity and process of equity across the earthquake affected area in Nepal Working Area Indrawati Rural Municipality 1,2,3,4,11 and 12(6 Wards of RM) Contact Person Gopal Krishna Basnet, District Project Coordinator […]
WASH envisions to ensure access to safe drinking water and sanitation facilities in the post disaster context. In line with national response strategy, the proposed project strengthened access to WASH services by supporting the repair / construction of water system; provision of sanitation and hygiene facilities; and capacity buildings activities […]
People Led Solutions for Better Accountability Practices (PELSAP) is a project started with joint collaboration between Community Self-Reliance Centre (CSRC) and Action Aid Nepal (AAN) to establish better accountability and transparency in both governmental and nongovernmental activities being conducted in the working area with effective support and cooperation from the […]
REAP II HELVETAS facilitation and CSRC concerning the to the earthquake affected people for the acquisition of the land and the implementation of the Joint Land ownership for the beneficiaries of the Rehabilitation of facilities of Earthquake Affected People (REAP-ii) in Sindhupatchowk implemented jointly by the HELVETAS Nepal and Solider […]
Mandated by the Asia members of ILC in the 2016 Asia Regional Assembly (September 2015; Tagaytay, Philippines), ANGOC has been designated as the convener of the Asia Working Group for Criminalization and Human Rights. This working group has combined commitments #9 and 10, and hence now known for that commitment […]
Legally, bonded labour system has already been abolished in Nepal. However in reality, ‘Haruwa’ (ploughmen) ‘Charuwa’ (cattle herders) is a pure form of bondage that is still prevailing in many districts in the country. Against this backdrop CSRC in partnership with the freedom fund is implementing ATAP project. Here, CSRC […]
National Engagement Strategy (NES) for Nepal is the outcome of a series of discussions among International Land Coalition’s (ILC) National Members (Abhiyan, CDS, COLRAP, CSRC, MODE, and NLRF) and key stakeholders of Nepal. NES is a collective initiative to promote and strengthen People Centred Land Governance (PCLG) at local, provincial […]