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Achievements

ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • SAPPROS Nepal is well recognized organization in working with vulnerable population at community level.
  • Organization has a partnership with 32 national and international funding agency.
  • Formation of 3924 self- help groups including 1851 women group and 379 community organization in the community level.
  • Reached working in 52 districts out of 77 district in all seven provinces.
  • Organization has worked to respond to the most at-risk population of the different disasters i.e. Flood, Earthquake and COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Took leadership on project implementation of water, enterprise development and micro finance component at Surkhet, Bardiya, Kailali, Kanchanpur, Dadeldhura and Doti
  • 300 social mobilizers were trained on community mobilization.
  • 300 person were able to work on cooperative after receiving training on cooperative management.
  • 1384 persons were oriented on Health & Sanitation.
  • 246 person were trained on Polyhouse construction and management.
  • 28 numbers of inclusive water user groups were formed for the water infrastructure development and its sustainability. 54% female and 25% dalit and 2% janajati are included in the group.
  • 10 sub engineers of district implementing partners (BNA-Surkhet, SAEWCC-Dailekh, WAC Nepal- Achham, HURENDEC-Kalikot, RCDC-Mugu and Kirdrac Nepal- Jumla) were trained on survey, design, costing, use of software, implementation and monitoring of productive water project.
  • Supported to prepare Integrated Community Assessment and Action Plan (ICAAP) for project planning and implementation and for endorsement in government planning process, 252 numbers of ICAAP are prepared.

INFRASTRUCTURE AND WASH

  • 172 Gravity Multiple Used Water System were successfully constructed at 4 hilly districts of Nepal.
  • 32 solar multiple use water system were installed in 12 district of Nepal.
  • 60 recharge ponds and 148 plastic ponds are constructed at 14 districts of Nepal.
  • Adoption of 22,000 HH micro irrigation technologies including drip, sprinklers, electric pump sets, and more with a special programme on Solar PV for water lifting through Anukulan program.
  • 115 Health Post/Sub Health Post were constructed.
  • Accomplishment of 606 School Building construction.
  • About 1900 household including 291 persons with disabilities has access to these market collection centers. (Sindhupalchowk and Nuwakot districts)
  • 1457 households including 144 households of persons with disabilities has access to irrigation through construction and rehabilitation of total 31 micro irrigation systems (water harvesting tanks, irrigation canal, drip irrigation and sprinkle irrigation).
  • 1,404 participants were able to improve coordination at the local government level as well as advocate for the importance of GESI and risk-sensitive water management options and technologies.
  • Organization had supported the construction of 473kmsof rural roads of Nepal.
  • Total of 88 wooden bridges were constructed.
  • The community of Gorkha district constructed and renovated 229.307 KM of foot trails and 26.267 KM of rural roads; 32 water taps; and 10 schools.
  • 1917 household were benefitted through facilitation and technical support.
  • 400 Livestock sheds were constructed in Lamjung and Tanahu Nuwakot and Sindhupalchowk Districts.
  • 131 community assets were constructed and restored during the Emergency Operation (EMOP III) project period.
  • 79 numbers of feasibility study were conducted for the productive water infrastructure.
  • 2 numbers of MUS, 14 numbers of irrigation canal, 12 numbers of plastic pond and 7 numbers of soil cement tank design estimation completed and in the process of implementation.
  • 7403 people of 1096 households will access through 35 numbers of productive water.

HEALTH AND NUTRITION

  • 223 person were sensitized on environment protection.
  • 1205 persons were oriented on Good governance, awareness and socialization.
  • 1940 pregnant women and 1580 lactating women were orientated on consumption of diverse diets for improvement of knowledge on Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) and Maternal, Infant and Young Child Nutrition (MIYCN) through MCHN program
  • 19,394 children got consistent growth screening in Humla and Mugu district.
  • A comprehensive package on disability inclusive livelihood guideline was developed to create the common understanding on disability inclusion on livelihood work.

FOOD SECURITY AND LIVELIHOOD

  • Three horticulture nurseries were established where three persons including two person with disabilities are producing vegetable saplings.
  • 225 participants including 40 persons with disability were trained on nursery and post-harvest.
  • 31 persons with disabilities were gaining financial access through agreement made with local cooperatives as per revolving fund guideline to run agro-based livelihood activities such as vegetable farming, poultry farming and goat keeping.
  • 9,666 direct beneficiaries were engaged in different income generation activities such as commercial vegetable farming, poultry farming, dairy production and livestock farming, carpentering, plumbing, mobile repairing, tailoring etc.
  • 120 poly houses, 8 Water harvesting tanks, 5 irrigation canals and 8 green houses were constructed from Enabling Resilience through Rehabilitation of Livelihood of Earthquake Affected Communities in Nuwakot District (SP).
  • 411 person got knowledge on Organic Manure/Farm Yard Manure (FYM) Preparation and management.
  • 78 person were trained on fish farming.
  • 1484 persons were trained on Livestock Management.
  • 1096 household are getting short term employment (approximately 10 days employment per household) from water infrastructure.

DDR, RESILIENCE AND CLIMATE JUSTICE

  • Organization has conducted NEPAL GREEN FOLLOW UP SEMINAR as well as other number of workshops/seminars on subjects of contemporary importance, which contribute to national policy making.
  • Organization had encouraged the communities to construct 60 Improved Cooking Stoves (ICS) in order to reduce fuel wood consumption and improve environmental sanitation.
  • Construct 25 biogas plants. The initiation of ICS and biogas helped to reduce the drudgery for women.
  •  22,970 individuals have access on drinking water.
  •  223 person were sensitized on environment protection.
  • 28 numbers of environmental mitigation and monitoring plan (EMMP) were prepared and oriented WUG on EMMP for environment safety.
  • Water quality test of two source using ENPHO kit for MUS project was conducted and found drinkable.
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