“When Caritas Nepal came to the area with the cash-for-work programme, people formed a committee to collectively request the new bridge. Caritas helped us to get the building permit from the ward,” says Chitra Bahadur Yonjan (29), leader of the grassroots committee responsible for the construction works.
Right after the flood, at the very beginning of Caritas’ response in the area, the ward leaders formed a group whose aim was to identify the most vulnerable beneficiaries in urgent need of support. Puja and her family, who had lost shelter and all sources of livelihood, were among beneficiaries put at the forefront of the intervention.
CN provided him with a 3-month cooking training, which advanced his knowledge to run the restaurant smoothly. “From the support, I am able to add basic items for the restaurant. Once I advance my knowledge on cooking, I will extend my business as soon as possible”, says Sangeet.
34 farmers of Damak are being trained on IPM practices, promoting young farmers to get the best out from agriculture.Aiming to strengthen the livelihood of potential migrants and returnees family members, this 19-week training will make farmer realize an increase in productivity through the organic way.With the support from Caritas Germany, our project “Ensuring safe Migration…