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Project Management Experience

The organization works alongside partner organizations in the implementation of projects. We bring substantial experience working in community development and project management. This includes experience of integrating communities in project implementation, participatory approaches, monitoring and evaluation as well as grant administration and management. Among many others we are currently working internationally in South Asia, South […]

Multiplier Effects

The project will have multiplier effects in the following manner: (1) The proposed action will develop technical resources on livelihood sectors, including better production and marketing techniques. These resources can be used by I/NGOs in their livelihood projects. The market information will be extremely useful to farmers in and around the project and can be […]

Project Sustainability

The project has a focus on building the capacities of NGOs and local governmental development institutions. The skills developed during this process will enable them to improve their management skills and resources and to provide effective community-based services over a long period of time. The service-based relationship will continue between these actors and the communities […]

Main Project Activities and Implementing Partners

The main project activities are: (1) Project Set-up, Recruitment and Orientation Training of Project Staff (2) Baseline Research and Documentation (3) Identification of Potential Livelihood Sectors (4) Training of Trainers (5) Community-based Trainings and Exposure Visits (a) on Livelihood Development & Enterprise Management (b) on CBO Formation and Management (c) on ICT Skill Development (6) […]

Target Group: Women and Girls, Youths and Partner NGOs. Women and girls most affected by the conflict are the main target group of the action. The proposed action will directly benefit 9000 women and 5000 girls in the six districts of Nepal. A further, 3,000 youths will be targeted to take advantage of economic skills […]

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