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Towards commercial farming through collaboration

SAFBIN provided Rs. 25,000/- to the group as seed money to start mushroom cultivation. The project also provided them one-day technical training on mushroom production. The group purchased the mushroom seeds, nylon ropes, bamboo, straw, and plastic to prepare a tunnel. At the moment the group has 170 mushroom balls and produces 4 to 5 kg of mushroom from each ball. Currently, the local market price of mushrooms is Rs. 150 to 175 per kg. The group also has a plan to sell those mushrooms in a nearby market.

February 1, 2021
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Caritas initiatives to fight COVID-19 crisis in 2020 : Reflecting back

CN is heartfelt towards CIMOS and other international partners who despite the global challenges provided continued support to regular development projects and more specifically, COVID-19 relief and response projects.

January 27, 2021
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Creating an inclusive society for all persons, irrespective of their abilities and disabilities

I am Nirmala Thapa, 40, a resident of Kaski. I have a normal house on 2.5 acres of land. My two legs can’t move below the knee.We have a family of six with a 6-year-old daughter. Even though I am disabled, I run the house myself.On the initiative of Caritas Nepal, the Disability Self-Reliance Coordinating…

December 23, 2020
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Farmers joyfully working in their field with modern agro-tools

“My dryland will yield gold in few months’ time” “Agriculture is the primary living source for farmers like me”, says Krishna Dhoj Sanghamfe (61), a small scale farmer from Miklajung-6, Morang. Krishna has dry land, which compared to normal land yield less, however since 15 years he has been managing family needs from the same…

November 30, 2020
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Farmers reached with modern agro-tools 

Volunteer Mr. Kiran Chapagain checking the temperature of the beneficiary at distribution point in Chulachuli-2, Illam On 24 March 2020, the Nepal Government imposed a complete ‘lock-down’ of the country including business closures and restrictions on all movements within the country to maintain COVID-19 health safety measures. Thousands of people have been affected economically, socially,…

November 25, 2020
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Reviving the hope of migrants: shattered by COVID-19

Like, Sovit Sharma (Name changed), each day almost 5000 youth are returning to Nepal from abroad due to the worldwide spread of COVID-19. Mr. Sharma was one of them. He was deported from UAE after he was tested positive.”I stayed quarantined and recovered after 14 days before coming back to Nepal in June 2020. I…

October 30, 2020
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#CaritasOnCovid19

Caritas Nepal (CN) with International Caritas consortium member organizations join hands to fight against
the common enemy by improving capacity of real heroes “the community health workers” and quarantine
centers through safety gear supports.

October 19, 2020
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Caritas Nepal stands in solidarity against this global pandemic, COVID-19

In early 2020 coronavirus pandemic affected the world, resulting humanitarian crisis. The scenario in Nepal was also becoming critical so the government forced lock down to minimize the widespread of virus. People depending on daily wages for survival were severely affected. CN took initiation to respond this emergency taking preventive measures working jointly with our…

September 26, 2020
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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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Accomplished our targeted households on COVID-19 response : Still a lot to do  

The world is being gripped by this COVID-19 virus more and more. Nepal is struggling now as the scenario now looks critical here. Health care system is facing challenges due to limited resource for coping this pandemic.With total positive cases of 36,456, currently there are 16,019 COVID-19 active cases in Nepal, where 20,242 have already recovered and…

August 30, 2020
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