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Joint Monitoring Visit in Dhading Gorkha and Lalitpur...

Joint Monitoring Visit in Dhading Gorkha and Lalitpur...

 

DCA, together with, Norwegian Church Aid (DCA),Church of Sweden (CoS) and the other members of the ACTAlliance have been responding to on building a sustainable recovery. The project interventions under ACT Appeal include cash for shelter reconstruction,multuipurpose cash grant, food security (mainly through food baskets for affected households), WASH (including water schemes, household toilet construction, school latrine construction and also psychosocial (PSS) assistance to allow people to recover from the trauma of the disaster. DCA’s response focused on Gorkha, Dhading, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur, which were amongst the worst hit districts. Interventions during the emergency phase of the project began within hours of the initial earthquake. In order to monitor the progress of the project, ACT members held a joint monitoring visit to different project areas. DCA led the visit to the western region in Nalang and Salang VDCs of Dhading and Makaisingh and Tanglichowk of Gorkha district and also saw the water pipeline project in Bungmati. The western team was led by Mr.David Wallace Smith,Regional Representative-DCA SARO. It comprised of the Humanitarian Director of DCA, WASH Advisor of NCA and the Regional Representation of ACT Alliance for South Asia. Here are some glimpses of the visit .

76 year old couple Tek Bahadur and Suba Maya Thapa Magar stand next to their chicken coup built with the support from ACT Alliance. They recieved 7500 rupees with which they bought 10 chicken. They intend to sell the eggs and make some money from it to reconstruct their house tgat was destroyed by the earthquake.

76 year old couple Tek Bahadur and Suba Maya Thapa Magar stand next to their chicken coup built with the support from ACT Alliance. They recieved 7500 rupees with which they bought 10 chicken. They intend to sell the eggs and make some money from it to reconstruct their house tgat was destroyed by the earthquake.

 

Community members from Ranikuwa Gorkha share their experiences with ACT visitors. ACT mber DCA/NCA distributed 15000 rupees per person as cash for shelter,hygeine kit distribution and hygiene promotion activities, constructed household toilets , and buily a water supply scheme in this community.

 

Shiva prasad Acharya and Menuka Acharya are lead farmers from Dhading who are supported by ACT Alliance. The Acharya couple have been trained by ACT Alliance in improved farming techniques which they pass on to other villagers. They will also be preparing a business plan along with other earthquake affected farmers to look for sustainable livelihood opportunities and recover from the damage done by the earthquake. They will also receive some seed money from ACT to start their small enterprises.

 

ACT team visiting the farmer training centre supported by ACT Alliance.

 

Ranikuwa Lekhtol Drinking Water Project,Gorkha. Ranikuwa is inhabited mostly by the Dalits who are one of the most marginalised communities in Nepal. DCA/ACT Alliance lays special emphasis on working for the most marginaled communities hit by disaster.

 

 

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