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  • 2012

    20 Apr

    Programme to root out poverty paying off

    Keshab Dagaura, a freed Kamaiya (bonded labourer) from Jhalari VDC-7 in the district, is happy that he has his own house and business. He is working hard to uplift the economic status of his family ever since he was liberated from the Kamaiya system a decade ago.

  • 2012

    22 Mar

    Soap factory set up in a remote village of Baitadi

    Soap factory set up in a remote village of Baitadi Implementation of PAF programs in Gokulehswor has reached 5 years. Even while majority of the CO members in the village remained happy pursuing traditional means of income generation like livestock rearing and animal husbandry, some of the members of Siddhanath CO chose to implement a manufacturing enterprise.

  • 2012

    21 Mar

    Change loving Rijhan, a story of Social Mobilizer from Dhanusha

    Change loving Rijhan, a story of Social Mobilizer from Dhanusha Rijhan Karnataki, a resident of Jhatiyahi VDC, is a social mobilzer at District Development Committee, Dhanusha and has been applying himself day and night to facilitate the poor, excluded and deprived communities in Majhijhitkaiya VDC, a village which has conditions similar to his own VDC, to improve their socio-economic conditions.

  • 2009

    16 Aug

    A Small support changed the life of Dumsikharka

    A Small support changed the life of Dumsikharka With the support of NRs 3.50 million from Poverty Alleviation Fund, the community people constructed 4.5 km ...

  • 2007

    07 Jun

    Water tap brings Harmony among Villagers

    Kalikatar VDC is considered one of the remotest VDC in Makawanpur district. Deurali village is located in Ward No. 9 of the VDC at the elevation of 1300 meter from the sea level, north from Manahari market centre which is located along East-West Mahendra highway.

  • 2006

    27 Aug

    A small but significant help for Birendra Damai

    Birenda Damai till 2 years ago was mulling to go to India for employment to sustain his family. Father of three sons, Damai was struggling to feed his families with his small tailor shop at Ward No 12, Ayeri of Mahandranagar Municipality. But now he wants to stay back.