Projects

A. BASIC INFORMATION PROGECT ON PACE NEPAL:

  1. Disaster Risk Reduction Initiatives in Jumla and Mugu districts

Local capacities improved to identify and implement preventive and mitigation measures to reduce risk of Earthquake and climate induced hazards. Improved and diversified food production and livelihood options for target communities.

 PERIOD:  1st Jun 2016 to 31 st Dec 2019

Location: Jumla and Mugu  Ghode Mahadev, Tamti, Raralihi, Mahabe Pathar Khola, Kalikakhetu,

Tatopani,  Bumramandichaur and Malikthota

Funding / Partner Agency : Caritas Germany/Caritas Nepal

  1. Integrated Project for Food Security, Disaster Prevention and Peace Building.

PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION LOCATION:

SN Region District Village Development Committees
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Mid-Western Hills of Nepal (Karnali Region) Jumla Ghodemahadev, Tamti, Raralihi, MahabePatharKhola, Kalikakhetu, Tatopani, BuvramandiChaur and Malikthota
Mugu Rowa, Ruga,Khamale and Seri

 

PERIOD:  1st July 2012  to 31st March 2016

 

Project Summary:

 

Objectives Overall Objective (OO):

Ensure food security to the poor and marginalized communities of Mugu and Jumla districts of Nepal.

Specific Objective (SO):           

Improved socio-economic conditions of the targeted communities of 12 VDCS of Mugu and Jumla

 

Expected Results

ER 1: Local institutions in the form of community groups, networks and/or cooperatives are developed and actively involved in identifying and mobilizing local and other available resources

ER 2:  Improved livelihood and increased food security.

ER 3: Communities are aware of environment degradation and the related hazards and have assessed their risks and implemented coping and innovative mitigation and preparedness practices that protect their lives, livelihoods and resources.

Major Achievement

 

  • 49 leader farmers trained as rural extension agents.
  • 1291 families received Seeds of carrot, radish, cabbage, board leaf mustard, and cauliflower and onion and engaged in vegetable production.
  • 24 farmers and 8 project staffs benefited from the animation training.
  • Cooperative members from 12 cooperatives (3 person from each cooperative) have been benefited from cooperative
  • In addition to the farmer groups, 138 individual HH (Mugu 50HH and Jumla 88HH) received plastic for establishment of private greenhouse.
  • One irrigation was rehabilitated and has been improved the quantity and the reliability of irrigation water access. One hector land has been irrigated.
  • 174 farmers were acquainted about training vs pruning systems and reason for training and pruning fruit tree, required pruning tools, when to prune, general rules of training and pruning.

 3. Women Health Project (WHP)

There has been not expected improvement in the health sector because of prevailing poverty, illiteracy and lack of awareness in the public. Government of Nepal has not been able to establish hospitals and send required number of doctors to all part of district. Somewhere there are hospitals but no doctors, somewhere there are hospital and doctors but no equipment or medicines. Moreover doctors do not want to work in remote areas where there are no modern amenities. In the same way, the salaries and benefits by the government are too little to meet their expectations. They have to look for private clinics where they can work additional hours so that they can earn more money. This is also yields them good amount. Doctors can’t find this kind of environment in remote areas; poor villagers can’t afford to visit private clinics. Because of ignorance and inability to get treatment, villagers trust and depend on traditional healing methods like Dhami jhakri (Faith healers).

Nations having longer life span are considered to have healthy citizens. Enough nutrition, high rate of immunity, availability of treatment, regular exercise ensure healthy citizen with longer life expectancy. In comparison to other district in Nepal, life expectancy of Jumla is very low; population is increasing alarming in the urban VDCs of Jumla. Poor health condition is responsible for the high child and infant mortality rate. Thus, in order to prevent such women health problems and promote their health status, women health program is very essential to conduct by different governmental and nongovernmental organization. In this situation Partnership Aid Center (PACE) Nepal, Jumla has been implementing the program namely “Women Health Project” with the financial support of Population Services International (PSI) in 8VDCs of Jumla district. The program has mainly focused on IUCD. IUCD is a temporary contraceptive device, which prevents pregnancy for a long time till 12 years and helps to maintain the small family size of the people. It is a non-hormonal contraception, which has fewer side effects rather than others. Hence IUCD promotion program has been conducted in Jumla district joint partnership between PSI Nepal and PACE Nepal Jumla.

Objectives of the project

  • To increase contraceptive prevalence rate (CPR)
  • To reduce Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR)
  • To increase awareness on safe abortion.
  • To develop positive environment to assure women’s access to FP/IUCD/Implant service without constraints.
  • To develop positive perception towards FP and IUD among women of reproductive age women (WRA).

Funding by: Population Services International Nepal/PSI NEPAL

PERIOD:  2011 to 2015

Location:  Chandannath,Mathat Kudari, Tatopani, Rara,Hanku,Larma, Taluam ,Kartakeswmi,Gargakot ,Dillechour,patmara and  2 2  VDC of Jumla

  1. National Peace Building Project.

Improve the living standard of youth and widow women through capacity building and alternative livelihood options.

To sensitize the IDPs, non-IDPs and communities on Peace and harmony, human rights and  disaster preparedness through awareness raising program at local and school level.

To empower the communities affected by conflict to promote sustainable peace at Local level.

Strengthening the capacity of the partners’ organization to become effective in report writing, monitoring, evaluation and peace building in a changing environment of conflict.

 

PERIOD:  July 2012 to 31 Dec 2015

Funding by Caritas Australia and Nepal

Location:  Mabhypatherkhola, Taluam,haku VDC Jumla and Roba,ruga and sari VDC in Mugu Districts

 

  1. WOMEN EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM & Social and Economic Empowerment for Cooperative Member (SEE-COM) Project

Group Formation, Micro Saving and Credit, income generation, Vegetable farming, Nursery Plantation, Poultry farming, Small Business, Found mobilization, Human Right leadership, Gender Trainings

 

Funding by Social work Institute (SWI – Nepal)

PERIOD:   2008 to 2016

Location:  Mabipatherkhola and HakuVDC  of Jumla District

6 Western Uplands Poverty Alleviation Project (WUPAP) Social  Mobilization Program

The core objective of the project is to focus on poverty alleviation through a rights-based approach, by promoting the formation of grassroots level organizations to empower the participants to mobilize their natural,

Physical and financial resources to harness external resources and obtain social justice.

PERIOD:   March 1st 2010 to July 2014

Funding by: WUPAP/ DDC  JUMLA

Location:   Raralai, Kartikswami  and Bumramadichaur

  1. Promotion of Peace Building on Communities and Educational Institutions

Information Sharing Workshop, Group Formation and Orientation, Child Journalism, Human Rights and Conflict Management Training, Peace zone campaign at schools (peace debate, contest, peace poem contest, peace march, peace workshop in school, peace drama show peace songs competition, peace rally, Institutional token support Child Rights, Human rights and Women rights classes, Activities,

PERIOD:   From Dec 08  to  Jun 2009

Funding by : Caritas Nepal

Location:   Kudari, Tatopani, Hanku,Larma, Taluam ,Kartakeswmi,Mahat, Gargakot and Depalgouan VDC of Jumla

 

8.Strengthening the Process of Democratization through participation towards inclusion of indigenous nationality, marginalized, disadvantage and Dalit women in constitution making process

 

Orientation, Training and capacity building of the committee, Formation of Constituent Feedback Committee, Organize democratic dialogues workshop at VDC level on the Constitution Assembly for agenda collection, Focal group discussion with women, dalit, indigenous and marginalized community, Community dialogue on “Good constitution people’s initiation and what should be included in the new constitution. Advocacy, Agenda collection workshop and submission at the Kathmandu to CA members and UNDP.

 

PERIOD:   From March 2009 to Sep2009

Funding by : UNDP

Location: Narakot,,Haku,Larma,Mahat,Gargakot,Depalgouan,Patmara Dilechour and Kunakasundari VDC of Jumla District and Mugu

 

9.Community School  and Children Support Program

School building and Maintenance support, Material Production, (peace debate, contest, peace poem contest, peace workshop in Community School.

 

PERIOD:   From  March 2008 to Nov 2009

Funding by : CARITAS NEPAL

Location: Tatopani, Taluam, Hanku & Birat VDC of Jumla District

 

  1. Local Governance and Community Development Programme (LGCDP)

Review the documents, Selection of social mobilizers, Basic social mobilization training, Technical Backstopping, Progress Reporting, Financial Management, Oversight the social mobilization programme, Review the programme and assess the performance of social mobilizers, Overall management and change the modality of programme

 

PERIOD:    From Sep 2010 to 2012

Funding by : LGCDP/DDC JUMLA

Location: Ghodemahadev,Mahabepatharkhala,Kalikakhatu and badki VDCs of Jumla

  1. Rehabilitation and Support Program for Internally Displaced People (IDPs)

Coordination and need assessment Internal Displaced People will be identified and certified with the help of District Administration office, CPN/Maoist, political parties and Local NGOs, The Identity Card will be distributed to the identified IDPs, The support will be distributed to the IDPs and will be returned to their home along with the staff of PACE Nepal, PIN Nepal and Local Human Rights Organization, The commitment will be taken from the local Maoist leader to return their seized property, The physical, health, economic and education status of the returned displaced people will be assessed for 3 month food support and advocacy of the further support.

PERIOD:    March 2007 to November 2009

Funding by : International Rescue Committee (IRC) Nepal and

Caritas Nepal

Location: Jumla,Surkhet Kalikot  and Bake District Dhapa, Badki, Birad, Mabipatherkhola, kanakasundari, MalikebotaRarali, Thapani Hanku, Larma, Taluam, Gargakot, and Depal VDCs

  1. Human Security Program

Consultation on Human Security in Jumla Leadership Development, Agenda collection workshop Training, District level Level Child Network Formation, planning and program define

PERIOD:    Feb 2009 to  2016

Funding by : Human Security Alliance (HSA) Nepal

Location:  Jumla

 

13 : Health Camp  : Jumla  

Funding by : SKM Hospital  Karhamandu

PERIOD:    March 2017

Location:  Jumla