Livelihood and Wash Integrated Recovery Project (LWIRP)

Narrative description of the Project

SAPPROS Nepal in partnership with CAFOD and Trócaire Nepal is implementing the Livelihood Support Program. The aim of the program is to support people and communities to recover from the earthquake and become more resilient to future shocks. SAPPROS’ strategy is to enable synergies through linkages with other line agencies and stakeholders for the accomplishment of the Livelihood Support Initiative in 5 VDCs of Sindhupalchowk district.

Objective of the Project

The overall objective of the project is to improve the livelihood status of 780 households using immediate and sustainable Income Generation Activities (IGAs) in the 5 VDCs heavily affected by the earthquake, namely – Nawalpur, Bandegaun, Sipapokhare, Bhotsipa and Bhimtar of Sindhupalchok district.

Specific Objective:

  • Improve the livelihood status of 780 households using immediate and sustainable IGAs
  • Establish sustainable financial mechanisms
  • Linkages established and operational between producers and market to enable market accessibility of end products

Beneficiaries:

Total SHG SHG member Cast Wise
Male Female Total Dalit Aadibasi Janjati Others(B/C/T)
51 450 849 1299 95 569 277 358


 

Overall Achievement and Impacts:

Activity No. Activity Target Achievement Total Beneficiary Cost (Rs.)
1.1 Rehabilitation of irrigation canals 6 6(26 hectare command area) 198 HH 20,00,000
1.2 Installation of multiple use of water systems, plastic tunnels, water pumps, cost effective, users friendly and labour saving Micro irrigation technologies (MIT) 5 MUS, 45 Poly house, 30 MIT 5 WHT, 25 Polyhouses, (9 hectare land irrigated) 123 HH  

49,82,500

1.3 Construction of fruits and vegetable storage house, Collection centres 1 On going Producer  and consumer of  5 project VDCs including Kuchok and Ichok) VDCs 3,60,000
1.4 Pocket area development for organic vegetable production 1 605 HH 12,15,000
2.1 Develop linkages with District line agencies 2 meetings/year 6 units 80,000
2.2 Skill training to farmers on Seed Production, High Value Cash Crop, Livestock Management and Staple Food Crop 5 units 9 150 beneficiary for Nursery management & 169 for Improved livestock shed construction including WASH 3,00,000
2.3 Poly house Construction and Management Training 5 1 24 total member representing 24 HH 1,25,000
2.4 Organic manure/ FYM Preparation and Management Training 10 3 46 participants representing 46 HH  

2,00,000

2.5 Soil test with Kit management 5 2 1,00,000
2.6 Drinking Water Test 5 2 60,000
2.7 Appropriate technology and entrepreneurship training 3 1 (charcoal production completed) 15 HH 21,00,000
2.8 Improved livestock shed construction 50 16 27 26,00,000
3.1 Formation and Strengthening of self-help groups 45 51 Total- 1299

Women- 849

and Men- 450

 

13,00,000
3.2 Capacity building on S&C Training 153 hh 2,25,000
3.3 Business plan training 50 participants 7,37,500
3.4 Exposure visit to lead farmers 2 1 39 beneficiary 3,75,000
4.1 Development of Integrated Nursery 1 ongoing Total 470 beneficiary  Direct: 30

Indirect: 440

1,70,000
4.2 Market Planning Committee (MPC Development) 2 1 3,50,000
4.3 Promotional material (Crop Calendar Developed and Printed) 2 1 1,44,000

 

Project Duration  :
May 2016 to April, 2018

Funding Agency    :
CAFOD & Trocair

Funding Amount  :
Rs. 29,992,956 (USD 274,492)

Beneficiary HH     :
780

Project Area           :
Bhotshipa, Bhimtar, Shipapokhare, Badegaun & Nawalpur VDCs of Sindhupalchowk District