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Since the date of establishement, IDS-Nepal has completed 102 Projects in different sectors.

These Project Includes:  

Development Phase Batch X i. Sagardina Water Supply Project ii. Materiya Water Supply and Sanitation Project iii. Matiariya Water Supply and Sanitation Project iv. Rambasti Water Supply and Sanitation Project Detail Activities: Reservoir size: 30 cum per schemes Pipes length (Transmission + Distribution): 20 + 2300 m and Tap stands 28 in Sagardina WSSP Pipes length (Transmission + Distribution): 20 + 1900 m and Tap stands 24 in Materiya WSSP Pipes length (Transmission + Distribution): 20 + 1800 m and Tap stands 22 in Matiariya WSSP Pipes length (Transmission + Distribution): 20 + 2000 m and Tap stands 19 in Rambasti WSSP Program implemented in VDC Bhodaha 2, 3 & 7; Inarwasira 2  and Prastoka 4 of Bara District Total Number of training: 43 One toilet per household in project area Beneficiaries are Sagardina Water Supply Project: Total HHs 159; Total Pop. 921 (M 473, F 456); Poor HHs 18…
Methods Toolbox for Assessing Loss and Damage at Local Level Detailed Activities: The main objectives of this project are to design a methods toolbox that should become a prototype for future assessments of loss and damage by researchers and organization across the world and particularly in the Asia- Pacific Region. Following are the major activities: Implement the loss and damage tool kit, capturing data trough household survey data, participatory research tool etc In selected site under the project Dissemination of the project learning and case studies within Nepal and beyond through using organizational networks
Improving Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) under the School Meals Programme (SMP) Phase I Detail Activities: Compliment SMP with WASH activities in 968 schools of Rukum, Jajarkot, Dailekh, Bajura, Bajhang and Darchula benefitting 182,408 direct beneficiaries (95,288 students, 14,520 S-WASH-CC members, 72,600 teachers/parents/community members) and 912,040 indirect beneficiaries through following activities. 6 Kick up workshops S-WASH-CC establishment/formation/reformation-968 968 Child Club establishment/formation/reformation 120 Training for HMs/SMCs/PTAs etc Daily handwashing in 968 School 1 Social Mobilizer Training IEC Material Distribution in 968 Schools Sanitation Events Celebration in 968 Schools, Flex Printing/Hoarding Board in 968 Schools 6 Model School Establishment and  Water Quality Testing of 968 samples/schools
Service Organization (SO) for Implementation of WSS scheme in Khungri VDC Ward No. 2,3, and 5 , Rolpa District Detail Activities: Program implemented in Khungri Scheme Khungri VDC Beneficiaries are: Khungri VDC # 3 (Dhanachaur): Total 48 HH/ Popn. 322   (Male: 157; Female:165; Dalit: 9/51; Indigenous:2/16 and others: 37/255) WSS schemes constructing as per design estimates Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Fund regular collection Sanitation Revolving Loan Fund (SRLF) Mobilization Women Technical Support Services (WTSS) Strengthening School Health Promotion conduction Facilitate for the implementation of income generation activities Monitoring and supervision of infrastructure construction works.
Service Organization (SO) for Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Fund Development Board for Dhanachaur, Upper Gumchal, Khadkatole, Kunjari and Jedwang/ BakareKhola Schemes for Implementation phase (Batch-IX) in Rolpa District Detail Activities: Program implemented in 4 Schemes in 3 VDCs i.e. Jedwang, Sirpa, and Gumchal Beneficiaries are: Jedwang VDC # 3 (Jedwang): Total HH 52/ Popn. 327 (Male:166; Female:216; Dalit: 15 /102; Indigenous:0 and others: 37/280) 2.     Gumchal VDC #1 & 2 (Gumchal): Total 81 HH (Male: 231; Female:294; Dalit: 4/32; Indigenous:0 and others: 77/493) 3.     Sirpa VDC # 9 (Kunjeri) : Total 99 HH/ Popn. 603  (Male: 308; Female:295; Dalit: 11/73; Indigenous:0 and others: 88/530) 4.     Sirpa VDC # 6 (Khadgatol): Total 126 HH/ Popn. 744   (Male: 379; Female:365; Dalit: 15/846; Indigenous:0 and others: 111/660) WSS schemes constructing as per design estimates Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Fund regular collection Sanitation Revolving Loan Fund (SRLF) Mobilization Women Technical Support Services…
Open Defection Free campaign in Bara District (ODF - Bara) SGL- 33 Detail Activities: The Project aims to support the Bara district towards ODF campaign targeting 15 VDCs in this phase. Following are the major Specific Results expected. Sector Coordination and Planning. School Level Capacity Development for Triggering Behavioural Change, Communication and Monitoring ODF Campaign targeting  in 15 VDCs in this phase
Implementation of Multi Stakeholder Forestry Programme (MSFP) MSFP is currently working in 5 districts and aims to increase economic growth to improve livelihoods while improving forest management and addressing climate change.
Support for address vulnerable communities from flood & smoke pollution in Accham District Main activities of this project are to support for address vulnerable communities from flood & smoke pollution in Accham District.
Greenery Promotion and Established Ecosystem based Adaptation in Kalikot District The main objective of this project is to (1) increase greenery in Kalikot headquarter and surrounding areas and (2) pilot ecosystem based adaptation to reduce climate vulnerability of people.
Relief Efforts in Nepal The project aims to support for victimized people of the massive earthquake in Nepal.
Open Defecation Free (ODF) Campaign and Sanitation and Hygiene Behavioural Promotion in Bardiya District SGL-19
Open Defecation Free (ODF) Campaign and Sanitation and Hygiene Behavioural Promotion in Bardiya District SGL-19 Bardiya district is involved in this project with the aim to improve sanitation facilities and practice through community education and mobilization.
Support to the 2015 Earthquake Victims of Gorkha, Bhaktapur, Sindhupalchok and Gorkha Districts of Nepal IDS Nepal's relief work is supported by All India Disaster Mitigation Institute (AIDMI) through a new agreement "Support to the 2015 Earthquake Victims of Bhaktapur and Gorkha Districts of Nepal". The objectives of the program is to access and provide instant relief support for earthquake victims of gorkha and bhaktapur districts for approx. 1000  households; and to develop concepts for exploring the possibilities of long term support for the rehabilitation of the affected area. The first phase of providing instant relief package (shelter, dry foods, and basic medical kit) will form a ground for rapid assessment of the area, socio-economic conditions, loss and damage status and specific needs of the targeted area. This will help in designing contextual temporary shelter…
Economic Analysis of Flood-Related Possible Ecosystem-Based Adaptations (EbAs) and Engineering Options (EOs) for Climate Change Adaptation An economic analysis will be performed on all ecosystem-based and engineering adaptation options in Udayapur and the most appropriate options will be recommended
Enhancing Climate Resilient School WATSAN through Child Centered Interventions This project facilitates the participation of schoolchildren in improving sanitation and climate change resilience in their school in Bhaktapur district.
Study on Indigenous Practices on Climate Change Adaptation:
Study on Indigenous Practices on Climate Change Adaptation: This study aims to analyze traditional adaptation practices and recommend their integration into development policy.
Tracking Adaptation and Measuring Development (TAMD) Framework:
Tracking Adaptation and Measuring Development (TAMD) Framework: The TAMD framework examines how well countries manage climate risks and tests the feasibility of climate change adaptation interventions.