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Farmer shares his joy of getting irrigation facility

Farmers of Nuwakot were worrying as they only had to rely on rainwater for irrigating their land. For improving their crop production the alternative way for irrigation, construction of Thulo chhange Ghattekhola to Baspani irrigation scheme (Tadi RM-04) played a crucial role. Farmers are joyfully realizing better yields. Only about one-third of the agricultural land…

September 24, 2020
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Farmers contributing each other showing solidarity

The production of good quality vegetable seedlings is essential for improving yields and getting quality product. High tunnels can be used to grow a wide variety of fruit and vegetable seedlings crops, in a more controlled and shielded environment than regular field conditions. High-tunnel production can improve crop/seedlings quality and increase yields by decreasing pest…

July 16, 2020
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A Volunteer by Heart: We need more volunteers like Rita to cope this crisis

Ms. Rita Chauhan (wearing red) coordinating with local government for relief distribution. Rita Chauhan (25), mother of two lives in Masina of Rupandehi district. Due to the global pandemic, her daily wage work is at halt. However, she is involved in community service coordinating with local government. Rita is affiliated with Caritas Nepal from 2017…

May 26, 2020
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A broken leg and a lost business

Forty-year-old Gauri Sankar Gaund’s life changed dramatically when a tornado swept over Bara district. Not only his business but also his physical health was taken away from him by it, which left him exposed to dark days for a long time. Almost a year later, the aftermath of the storm is still noticeable, but with…

April 6, 2020
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A single mother, a tornado and a cosmetic business

Being a single mother is difficult in all circumstances, but especially for women who are in the lower income range and who also have to bear the burden of natural disasters. 45-year-old Danmati Devi Yadav from Telgai village, mother of three daughters, is exposed to both: Several times in her life she had to push…

March 30, 2020
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Community partners share their experience about Nepal’s first recorded tornado

“The sound,” Dukhiram Mahara Chamaar begins to tell. “I’ll never forget that sound. A humming sound that was followed by a lot of suffering.” “At first it sounded like a firestorm. It was already evening and we came outside to see where the terrible noise was coming from. It was a storm and it also…

March 23, 2020
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Thinking outside the box – working hard for the next generation

Goma Chepang and her aunt Santkumari Chepang both live in the village of Rakshirang, in Chitwan district. They always followed the traditions and practices of their ancestors only and therefore remained silent for most of their lives, blindly following their husband’s wishes and demands and taking no action to enable a better life for their…

March 16, 2020
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A strong community needs resilient houses

As he looks up at the walls of the newly built house, he smiles. He gently runs his fingers over the cemented belt, which makes it resistant to earthquakes, a gesture of gratitude and satisfaction. Sanu Chepang has worked all his life on construction sites, but for the first time he can now be sure…

March 9, 2020
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The importance of role models

Dinesh Chepang lives with his family of 8 on the steep slopes of the Mahabharat Mountains in the village of Kaling in Chitwan district. Despite his own struggles, he especially focuses on empowering his female villagers to improve their quality of life and their livelihood. Dinesh draws a clear picture of their past situation: “Before…

March 2, 2020
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On the long road to equal opportunities

Anju Chepang, a member of Jhilimili Female Group, lives with her family in the village of Tarseling in Chitwan district. Like most members of her ethnic group, her home is on the steep slopes of the Mahabharat Mountains in central Nepal. This severe topography and the associated water shortage in the winter season make permanent…

February 18, 2020
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Expression of Interest (EoI) for Concept Note Development of "BPP's Calls"
Date of Publication:  20 October 2020

Caritas Nepal is seeking for individuals & organizations to develop concept note on BPP’s calls (attached guideline) called by DFAT. The details about calls, assignments, and methodology are mentioned in TOR/guiding questions can be downloaded from Caritas Nepal’s website www.caritasnepal.org or from the link provided below.

Interested consulting firms and individuals having previous experiences and meeting other knowledge and expertise are requested to send emails with their documents including their proposal, budgeting and CV at Caritas Nepal, Dhobighat, Lalitpur by 22nd  October 2020 during office hours.

Interested evaluators (firm/consultants/individuals) are requested to apply with their expression of interest showing past experiences in similar work and proposed approach to deliver this assignment within 22nd October 2020.

Please refer to Terms of Reference (ToR)/guiding question in this link: http://bit.ly/EOI_Guidlines_ Proposals should be mailed to info@caritas.org.np within 22nd October 2020 before 17:00 hrs. The EOI received after the deadline will not be considered.

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