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Our Vision

Building a self reliant society.


A self-reliant society refers to that society where every household, being socially united and enjoying the fundamental rights, can maintain own household expenses (food, clothes resident, medicines, education etc.) from own income source and orient towards the equitable society.

 


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Major Achievements of JWAS

Please find the project wise brief achievements under phase out programs


For detail achievements, reports, case stories and other documents, please contact at info@jwas.org.np, jwas@ntc.net.np. We are sorry for your inconviniences.


Major Achievements (highlight only)

Formation and mobilization of 325 women’s savings and credit group which has 3900 (appox) members and Nrs-44, 52,500/- savings till now

Formation and mobilization of Eight (8) Woman agricultural cooperative and Elevan (11) Women saving & credit cooperative which has 1115 members and NRs 32,14,000/ savings till now

Formation and mobilization of 432 water user groups and installation of 330 shallow tube wells for irrigation and poverty alleviation

Formation/registration and mobilization of 44 Water User Association

Facilitation for involvement of 16078 dalit, Janajatis and marginalized women in income generation activities related to on farm as well as off farm

Provision and Mobilization of NRs 22,90,328 (non-refundable) revolving funds/seed money for groups and cooperatives for income generation

1618 women have taken benefit form the seed money and revolving funds and are engaged in small industries, small shops, trade in vegetables and fruits, Rickshaw, vegetable farming, fisheries, trade and  cattle rearing

Increased skill for income generation to 449 women through various trainings on Mithila Handicraft, vegetable farming, small cottage industries, bamboo craft, house wiring etc.

35 hac green bank plot developed & 156 PVSE Family are direct benefiting  as a option for livelihood

11463 community peoples are organized in three different type of peoples organization where 176 VDCs level committee in 16 VDCs of Dhanusha

4771 HHs are directly benefited in water supply and sanitation facility through installation of  174 Tap stand, 322 tube well, six (6) dugwells & 3829 toilets

Total 27798 people were consulted & voice collected for new constitution from 228 VDCs, 3 Municipalities, 15 Constituencies of Sindhuli, Sarlahi and Mahottari districts

129 biogas plant installed and are in operation

43 local biogas plant promoter trained and are mobilizing for promotion of biogas plant

68 women trained in installation & promotion of  improved cook stove & all are mobilize well

Trained 240 stove masters on iCS installation in connection with inner air polution and CDM. Till now they have installed 2230 improved cook stove installed in Dhanusha, Mahottari, Bara and Parsa districts by

50 Hac(approx) jatropha plantation plot established

Five (5) agriculture cooperative are involved as business through 11 jatropha nursery

25 person trained in brequet and 10 are involved in business

  Around 500,000.00 LLIN distributed to HHs of 63 VDCs of six districts

Conducted interpersonal activities to 10,00,000.00 people

Oriented and mobilized 190 Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHV) and reached 392950 women

Deployed 50 NGO facilitators  who 202258 through 781 events

Established help Desk at Boarder (reaching 128184 people), supported for claim and objection on voter registration (4485), Mini survey on (500 muslim women),

Supported  15357 women through help desk during November 19 CA election and totally 156112 were outreached through other events

7672 people were supported for obtaining Citizenship Certificates and approx 25643 were supported for voter registration

6 Citizen Juries formed where 27 people are actively involved to promote accountability and transparency in VDCs

Public Expenditure Tracking Surevey Conducted in Dhanusha districts

10 - 70 % increased on service delivery through practicing community score card in community schools and VDC offices in Dhanusha district

45 Hector of degraded land (river sandy bank) were cultivated, where 390 farmers and women found the source for their livelihood through off season vegetable farming

Conducted HVR assessment of  Jangaha Khola watershed and some part of Ratu Khola watershed and Report Prepared

29030 plants of different species including agro-forestry, timber, grasses and fruit trees planted in Hathilet  and Aurahi VDCs

11365 toilets constructed in 20 VDCs of Dhanusha district. JWAS is committeed to declare 10 VDC as ODF free VDC by April 2016 (till date achievements 1)

 

 

·       Conducted HVR assessment of  Jangaha Khola watershed and some part of Ratu Khola watershed and Report Prepared

·       29030 plants of different species including agro-forestry, timber, grasses and fruit trees planted in Hathilet  and Aurahi VDCs.


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