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ICDP_SOSEC_Final Report 068-69
ICDP Project Completion Report -068/069
Integrated Community Development Project
Project Completion Report-068/069
Members of Jaganath CO, Salleri-7 had discussing
with Joint Monitoring Team
Submitted to:
Poverty Alleviation Fund,
Gyaneshwar Kathmandu Nepal
Phone No.: 01-4410041
Fax No. :01-4442450
Public Audit program at Salleri-8 Paiti,
Submitted by:
Social Service Centre (SOSEC)
Dailekh Bazaar
Phone No.: 089-420187/420093
Email: [email protected]/[email protected]
www.sosec.org.np
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1.
Introduction of Organization:
1.1 General Introduction :
Social service centre (SOSEC), Dailekh is one of the non-political and non-profitable social organization which has
been funded in 2054 B.S. with the goal of serving the backward people in the remote and undeveloped communities of
Dailekh district. The organization tries to play the vital role in the social cultural and economic development of the
community. SOSEC is the result of the ambition and enthusiasm some adventures Dailekh youth who are always
dedicated in the prosperity of community. by analyzing the fact that only governmental offices cannot do all the of
developmental work, and some efforts should be done by the civil society for the development of the community the
organization has been performing different activities related to human right health, education, sanitation & agriculture
with the partnership of different bilateral, Multilateral and other donor agencies that launch the program only for the
disadvantage and back warded communities. SOSEC considers that the community should be active and cleaver for
their development. The development of a community depends on the activeness of the community now there are 1
Dalit female, 4 dalit male, 2 Janajati female 3 other female and 1 other male all 11 together member in the executive
committee of the organization. SOSEC has 62 General Member and 47 Life Member.
1.2 Legal status of the organization:
SOSEC has been registered in DAO Dailekh with the registration No-59-054/055 on 11th Bhadra 2054 with in
institutional organization registration Act. 2054. Similarly it has been affiliated in social welfare council with the
affiliation no-6099-054/055 and registered in NGO Federation Dailekh write reg. no.-03. SOSEC has also been
registered in PAN with no 300965292.
1.3 Vision:
To constructed the equitable society with the establishment of empowered organization to play effectives & vital role
in the integrated development of the community.
1.4 Mission:
To improve the educational, health, economic and Right aspect of the women, Dalit, Janajaties, Children and poor
with the help of social mobilization and peoples participation.
1.5 Goal:
To improve the educational, health and economic condition of the target groups by centralizing the social inclusion.
To access the people in the aspect of right who have no access in their right.
To increase the institutional capacity of the organization by emphasis on human resource development.
1.6 Objectives:
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Increase income through mobilization of local fund.
Development of agriculture & forestry, livestock and small enterprises for the welfare of society.
Protection of environment, local resources and local indigenous knowledge.
With the co-ordination of different line agencies, development of need based local infrastructures.
Sustainable capacity building of human resources.
Promote institutional development and raise public awareness among people for collective action & self help.
Improvement of community health and reproductive health of rural people through mobile health camp, health
campaign, training and public awareness programmes.
Increase employment opportunities through enhancement of local skill and technical know-how.
Support people that are suffer from conflict.
Publication of leaflets, booklets and establishment of community radio.
Aware the rural people about the present burning issues of HIV/AIDS, girl trafficking child labor, domestic
violence etc.
Networking with the CBOs/NGOs/INGOs.
1.7 Value & Norms
o
o
o
o
Social Equality
Peoples participation
Transparency
Neutrality
1.8 Target Group/Right holders
SOSEC considers the following communities, the target communities
o Women, Dalit, Janajati, Poor & Children
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2. Program Background:
Dailekh is one of the poor and back-warded districts in mid-western development region of Nepal. Major problems of
the district are social beliefs, illiteracy, traditional farming system, low industrial and skill development. Social Service
Centre (SOSEC), which is working in the community since 2054 got the opportunity to work in the poorest, back
warded and remote VDCs, Salleri, Bindhyabasini, Peepalkot, Rakamkarnali and Singhsain of Dailekh district with the
co-ordination to FAF, Nepal. Integrated Community Development Project (ICDP) is a project conducted by SOSEC
with the financial support of PAF since Baishakh 2063 with following goals and objectives.
2.1 Goal:
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Poverty reduction of the target people of the proposed area through integrated community development project.
2.2 Objectives:
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Motivate target people for group formation which helps in income generation activities operation through saving
and credit facilities.
Provide access of the target people to the employment activities, service and facilities utilizing local resources
through social mobilization for sustainable community development.
Develop different networks like agricultural groups, cooperatives, saving and credit groups etc.
Run community responsible support program based on community demand and priority for integrated community
development.
2.3 Working Area:
Five VDCs of Dailekh district
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Salleri
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Bindhyabasini
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Rakamkarnali

Singhsain

Peepalkot
2.4 Project Strategy:
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Social Mobilization: Social mobilization work will be conducted in the field of group formation of economic and
social sector. Saving and credit groups, women and Janajati agricultural groups, skill oriented groups formation will
be done as needed.
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Capacity building in terms of group strengthens: Training on groups' management, leadership, development,
cooperative formation, accounting and record keeping and gender will be given, as per demand training on skill
development, agriculture work and others will be given.
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Technical assistance as when needed (on the basis of demand): Technical assistance will be taken from District
Domestic and Small Industry Development Committee, District Technical Office, District Agriculture
Development Office, District Health Officer, District Drinking Water and Sanitation Office, Rural Energy
Development Office, District Women Development Office. Prior to sub project proposal conducted to identity
strength, weakness opportunity and threats of the project areas which will help on demand determination,
Prioritization of demand and for feasibility study of the sup projects proposed by community as well as action work
later. This PRA and group discussion with farmers will help on sup proposal preparation and there will be active
facilitation of the social mobilizer of SOSEC on this work.
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Linkage & Coordination: Conduction interaction workshop, settlement, ward, village, VDC, DDC, DADO, DHO,
DCO & PAF.
2.5 Social Inclusion:
Social Inclusion is one of the major factors of Community Mobilization in this era, so our program ICDP has specially
focused the excluded community with keeping the social harmony in the community. The communities who have been
led behind since years must be led forward for the construction of equitable society. ICDP program's major social
inclusion strategies are as below:
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The CO members (Target Community) are from poor, Dalits & Janajaties Community.
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At least 80 percent of CO members are Females.
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The Key Positions in the CO are hold by Dalits Janajaties & Females.
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2.6 Operational Modality
ICDP Program's Operational modality is as bellow:
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Community Mobilization
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Social Assessment
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Selection of Cluster
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Community Organization Formation
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Sup- Project Proposal Preparation
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Demand Driven Approach
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Participatory Planning
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Bottom up Approach
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Direct Agreement between CO & PAF
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Capacity Development
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Income Generation
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Community Infrastructure Development
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Regular Monitoring & Evaluation
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Social Mobilization:
Integrated community development project conducted by SOSEC Dailekh with the financial support of poverty
alleviation fund (PAF), Nepal with the goal of reducing poverty that is hidden in the rural areas. Integrated community
development project covers the remote and backward VDCs of Dailekh, Salleri, Bindhyabasini (in the first Phase),
Rakamkarnali, Singhsain and Peepalkot (in the second Phase). The project has aimed to reduce the poverty in the
concerning VDCs by social mobilization, income generation and infrastructure development.
3.1 Human Resources Mobilization:
Human Resources Mobilization is one of the main part of Social and mobilization and accomplishment of targeted
achievements. Qualified and experienced human Resources have been mobilized in the working areas for the better
implementation of the program and to provide qualitative services in the community to the target groups. The detail of
the mobilized human resources is given below:
S
Permanent
Name of the staffs
Position
Qualification
Experience
Duty Station
Re.
N
Address
1. Mr. Dambar Bahadur Project
B. A.
7 Years in Narayan 6, Project Area
Karki
Coordinator
Comm. dev.
Dailekh
2. Mr. Man
Thapa
Bahadur
Supervisor
I.Com.
13 years in
comm. dev.
Rawatkot
Dailekh
1,
Project Area
3. Mr. Rajendra Majhi
Vet. JTA
10+2
with
T.S.L.C (Vet)
3 year in
comm. dev.
Rakamkarnali
-7, Dailekh
Project Area
and
Rakamkarnali
4. Mr. Dilli Khanal
Social
Mobilizer
B.Ed. Running
3 years in
comm. dev.
Singhsain, 8
Dailekh
Singhsain
5. Mr. Santosh B.K.
Social
Mobilizer
B.Ed. Running
4 years in
comm. dev.
Salleri-4,
Dailekh
Salleri
Dalit
6. Mrs. Maya Rana
Social
Mobilizer
B.Ed. Running
8 years in
comm. dev.
Dandaparajul,
6 Dailekh
Bindhyabasin
i
Female.
Janajati
7. Mr. Lokendra B.K.
Social
Mobilizer
10+2
with
T.S.L.C. (Vet)
5 years in
comm. dev.
Sattala – 4,
Dailekh
Pipalkot
Dalit
8. Mr. Ammar Nepali
Sub-Overseer
10+2
with
T.S.L.C.
6 years in infra
work
Kalbhairab-2,
Dailekh
Project area
Dalit
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3.2 Community Organization (CO) Formation
Community Organizations (COs) can be called the backbone of our program. So it is necessary to form the CO in Local
level. Community Organization has been considered as the institution in local level. All of the activities done in the
working area must be done through CO. For the best implementation of the program CO facilitation is the most COs
members are assisted in performing different activities as meeting conduction, revolving fund mobilization, saving
collection and mobilization, livestock caring, agricultural promotion etc. by the staffs mobilized in the concerning duty
station. After the VDC level and ward level interaction workshops we went to the settlement and interacted with the
people from every household. Then we completed the social assessment form and analyzed it. After that we categorized
the people in the community in to 4 groups and submitted the people having life standard "A, B, C" in our CO but we
didn’t submit the people of D group in our CO. Among these people we prioritized the people of "A" group. Mainly
women, dalit and janajaites have been enabled to take the responsible position in the CO. The detail of COs formation
has been given below:
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VDC: Bindhyabasini
Social Categorization
D
8
J
15
O
3
T
26
F
6
M
2
Sex Categorization
J
O
F M
F
M
11 4
2
1
D
SN
Name of CO
Rainadevi
CO
Bindyabasini-1/2
1
Economic Categorization
T
F
19
M
7
A
15
B
6
C
5
D
0
T
26
2
Mandali CO, Bindyabasini-1/2
1
24
0
25
0
1
21
3
0
0
21
4
16
5
4
0
25
3
Pipal Chautari CO, Bindyabasini-3
13
0
17
30
7
6
0
0
14
3
21
9
13
8
9
0
30
32
0
0
32
25
7
0
0
0
0
25
7
32
0
0
0
32
6
0
16
22
6
0
0
0
16
0
22
0
10
0
12
0
22
12
0
12
24
10
2
0
0
9
3
19
5
11
7
6
0
24
4
5
6
Mastathan CO, Bindyabasini-3
Ghodadauni CO, Bindyabasini-6
Chetashil CO, Bindyabasini-8/9
7
Barpipal CO, Bindyabasini-9
2
2
21
25
2
0
2
0
21
0
25
0
7
6
12
0
25
8
Maibhagawati CO , Bindyabasini-8/9
6
0
21
27
15
5
0
0
6
1
21
6
10
7
10
0
27
9
Jagnatha CO, Bindyabasini-7/8
13
0
13
26
12
1
0
0
9
4
21
5
18
5
3
0
26
10
Radeu CO, Bindyabasini-5
26
0
8
34
19
7
0
0
5
3
24
10
25
5
4
0
34
11
Paltapani CO, Bindyabasini-4
7
0
25
32
7
0
0
0
23
2
30
2
7
8
17
0
32
12
Phoolbari CO, Bindyabasini-9
1
7
12
20
0
1
7
0
12
0
19
1
9
4
7
0
20
13
Janasewa CO, Bindyabasini-4
3
0
25
28
3
0
0
0
23
2
26
2
6
9
13
0
28
14
Samajsudhar CO, Bindyabasini- 6
4
0
15
20
3
1
0
0
25
6
28
7
1
12
6
0
20
15
Pariwartanshil CO, Bindyabasini-7
5
0
31
35
4
1
0
0
10
5
14
6
6
15
14
0
35
16
Shrijanshil CO Bindhyabasini 3
14
0
4
18
10
3
0
0
5
0
15
3
16
2
0
0
18
17
Janachetana CO Bindhyabasin 6
2
155
0
48
21
244
23
447
2
131
0
37
0
41
0
7
21
201
0
30
23
373
0
74
6
208
0
0
23
447
F
M
A
B
C
D
T
Total'A'
11
6
110 128
VDC: Salleri
Social Categorization
D
J
O
T
F
M
Sex Categorization
J
O
F M
F
M
D
SN
Name of CO
Economic Categorization
T
1
Pragatishil CO Salleri-2
9
9
5
23
6
3
8
1
3
2
17
6
14
4
5
0
23
2
Bhairabsthan CO Salleri 1
6
18
0
24
2
4
14
4
0
0
16
8
9
8
7
0
24
3
Laligurasha CO Salleri-3
2
28
0
30
2
0
27
1
0
0
29
1
10
15
5
0
30
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Saraswati CO Salleri -2
0
1
26
27
0
0
1
0
23
3
24
3
8
11
8
0
27
5
Nava Sirjansil CO, salleri 4
2
28
15
45
2
0
27
1
9
6
38
7
16
17
12
0
45
6
Sirjansil CO Salleri- 4
20
5
27
52
18
2
5
0
27
0
50
2
10
18
24
0
52
7
Malika CO Salleri-5
10
2
22
34
9
1
2
1
21
0
32
2
13
11
10
0
34
8
Shivashakti CO Salleri 5
3
0
20
23
2
1
0
0
19
1
21
2
11
5
7
0
23
9
Lalkamal CO Salleri-6
0
0
27
27
0
0
0
0
23
4
23
4
6
19
2
0
27
10
Janasewa CO Salleri-7
6
0
16
22
6
0
0
0
15
1
21
1
10
7
5
0
22
11
Jagannath CO Salleri-7
4
0
25
29
2
2
0
0
17
8
19
10
10
19
0
0
29
12
Himalaya CO Salleri-8
18
14
7
39
13
5
3
11
7
0
23
16
24
14
1
0
39
13
Santoshi CO Salleri-9
6
24
1
31
3
3
18
6
1
0
22
9
19
8
4
0
31
14
Samajsudhar CO, Salleri-3
2
17
0
19
2
0
15
2
0
0
17
2
5
12
2
0
19
15
Panidhara CO, Salleri- 4
4
13
2
19
2
0
2
0
8
7
12
7
17
6
0
0
19
16
Pipaldanda CO, Salleri-8
28
0
7
35
23
5
0
0
3
4
28
7
13
20
2
0
35
17
Hariyali CO, Salleri-9
9
8
1
18
9
0
5
3
1
0
15
3
9
8
1
0
18
18
Dandagaun CO, Salleri-7
13
2
5
20
11
2
2
0
5
0
18
2
12
5
3
0
20
19
Samanta CO, Salleri-8
21
163
0
169
1
207
22
539
19
131
2
30
1
183
0
36
20
445
2
94
21
237
0
207
1
99
0
0
22
539
Total'B'
VDC: Rakamkarnali
Social Categorization
0
0
129 30
D
J
O
T
Sex Categorization Population
D
J
O
T
F
M
F M
F
M
F
M
1
Ramnikatiya CO Rakamkarnali 4
31
0
1
32
28
3
0
0
1
0
29
3
18
12
2
0
32
2
Navasera CO Rakamkarnali 6
23
0
29
52
22
1
0
0
28
1
50
2
39
12
1
0
52
3
Kalika CO Rakamkarnali 1
0
0
22
22
0
0
0
0
18
4
18
4
9
10
3
0
22
4
Basundhara CO Rakamkarnali 2
25
0
16
41
25
0
0
0
14
2
39
2
27
10
4
0
41
5
Shivajee CO Rakamkarnali 3
10
0
20
30
9
1
0
0
17
3
26
4
15
13
2
0
30
6
Chetana CO Rakamkarnali 7
0
0
39
39
0
0
0
0
31
8
31
8
3
17
19
0
39
7
Pragatishil CO Rakamkarnali 5
7
0
22
29
3
1
0
0
23
2
26
3
8
18
3
0
29
SN
Name of CO
Economic Categorization
A
B
C
D
T
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Laliguransh CO Rakamkarnali 8
1
0
48
49
1
0
0
0
39
9
40
9
30
18
1
0
49
9
Sagaramatha CO Rakamkarnali 9
0
0
22
22
0
0
0
0
20
2
20
2
7
13
2
0
22
10
Dandakhal CO Rakamkarnali 1 & 2
9
0
21
30
9
0
0
0
20
1
29
1
18
9
3
0
30
11
Babaipani CO, Rakamkarnali-2
5
0
26
31
4
1
0
0
25
1
29
2
18
11
2
0
31
12
Barpeepal CO, Rakamkarnali-8
0
111
0
0
21
287
21
398
0
101
0
7
0
0
0
0
15
251
6
39
15
352
6
46
12
204
3
146
6
48
0
0
21
398
Total'C'
VDC: Singhsain
Social Categorization
D
J
O
T
Sex Categorization Population
D
J
O
T
F
M
F M
F
M
F
M
1
Mehelgaun CO Singhsain 4
47
0
4
51
45
2
0
0
4
0
49
2
48
3
0
0
51
2
Himalaya CO Singhsain 7
9
29
13
51
5
4
23
6
10
3
38
13
41
10
0
0
51
3
Raniba CO Singhsain 3 & 7
29
0
22
51
28
1
0
0
20
2
48
3
45
6
0
0
51
4
Ganesh CO Singsain 5
39
0
11
50
30
9
0
0
9
2
39
11
47
3
0
0
50
5
Bhairab CO Singhsain 8
37
0
13
50
30
7
0
0
10
3
40
10
43
7
0
0
50
6
Chautara CO Singhsain 9
33
8
8
49
24
9
7
1
5
3
36
13
39
10
0
0
49
7
Kalika CO Singhsain 6
17
0
26
43
12
5
0
0
22
4
34
9
25
14
4
0
43
8
Chandra Surya CO Singhsain 3
6
0
40
46
5
1
0
0
30
10
35
11
32
11
3
0
46
9
Sirjansil CO Singhsain 3
3
0
25
28
3
0
0
0
23
2
26
2
14
10
4
0
28
10
Bayaldhunga CO Singhsain 1
15
0
35
50
10
5
0
0
30
5
40
10
39
11
0
0
50
11
Bajthala CO Singasain 2
2
0
48
50
2
0
0
0
40
8
42
8
40
9
1
0
50
12
Samajyakata CO, Singasain-3
3
0
32
35
3
0
0
0
29
3
32
3
27
8
0
0
35
13
Hariyali CO, Singasain-3
0
0
27
27
0
0
0
0
24
3
24
3
18
9
0
0
27
14
Janakalyan CO, Singasain-9
18
0
19
37
15
4
0
0
16
3
30
7
22
11
4
0
37
15
Laganshil CO, Singasain-8
18
0
18
36
14
4
0
0
12
6
26
10
20
11
5
0
36
16
Sarswoti CO, Singasain-5
14
0
21
35
11
2
0
0
14
7
26
9
15
15
5
0
35
17
Malika CO, Singasain-1
4
0
31
35
0
4
0
0
25
6
25
10
15
12
8
0
35
18
Sagarmatha CO, Singasain- 7
3
0
27
30
0
3
0
0
19
8
19
11
10
13
7
0
30
19
Phoolbari CO, Singasain- 3
0
0
35
35
0
0
0
0
27
8
27
8
15
14
6
0
35
SN
Name of CO
Economic Categorization
A
B
C
D
T
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Shanti CO, Singasain-6
2
0
34
36
1
1
0
0
31
3
32
4
10
19
7
0
36
21
Ganesh CO Singasain- 2
0
0
35
35
0
0
0
0
28
7
28
7
14
14
7
0
35
22
Kalika CO, Singasain- 1&2
0
0
35
35
0
0
0
0
30
5
30
5
20
11
4
0
35
23
Barpeepal CO, Singasain 7
4
0
21
25
3
1
0
0
19
2
22
3
8
14
3
0
25
24
Yakikaran CO, Singasain 1
3
0
32
35
2
1
0
0
31
1
34
1
18
15
2
0
306
37
612
955
243
63
30
7
508
104
782
173
625
260
70
0
35
955
Total'D'
VDC: Peepalkot
Social Categorization
SN
Name of CO
Sex Categorization Population
J
O
T
M
F M
F
M
F
Economic Categorization
M
A
B
C
D
T
D
J
O
T
D
F
1
Laliguransh CO Peepalkot 1
14
13
13
40
13
1
10
3
10
3
33
7
15
17
8
0
40
2
Muldhara CO Peepalkot 2
39
4
1
44
32
7
4
0
1
0
37
7
22
22
0
0
44
3
Koldanda CO Peepalkot 3
9
19
9
37
8
1
13
6
6
3
27
10
8
14
15
0
37
4
Barpeepal CO Peepalokt 4
1
17
22
40
0
1
14
3
16
6
30
10
5
7
28
0
40
5
Batashedanda CO Peepalkot 5
4
33
2
39
1
3
29
4
1
1
31
8
15
17
7
0
39
6
Kharkhet CO Peepalkot 6
32
1
6
39
24
8
0
1
5
1
29
10
20
15
4
0
39
7
Pashupati CO Peepalkot 8
39
0
7
46
28
11
0
0
6
1
34
12
16
18
12
0
46
8
Himalaya CO Peepalkot 9
2
47
0
49
1
1
34
13
0
0
35
14
28
18
3
0
49
9
Malika CO Peepalkot 2
5
2
16
23
3
2
1
1
13
3
17
6
5
2
16
0
23
10
Panchadewal CO Peepalkot 7
2
0
37
39
2
0
0
0
28
9
30
9
4
12
23
0
39
11
Dharapani CO, Peepalkot-3
1
2
12
15
1
0
2
0
8
4
11
4
2
2
11
0
15
12
Naineldev CO, Peepalkot-8
4
152
887
0
138
392
28
153
1503
8
19
152 146
875 491
0
0
0
32
443
2782
Total'E'
Grand Total (A+B+C+D+E)
32
0
4
0
0
26
2
26
6
443 113 39 107 31 120 33 340 103
2782 719 176 307 75 1263 242 2292 490
5
145
1419
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In each COs each member of the CO saves the fixed amount of money as per the decision made by CO. The saving fund
has been mobilized in any productive activities like agriculture promotion, livestock rising, trade ect. The details of the
saving collection up to now have been mentioned below:
VDC : Salleri
SN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Name Of CO
Pragatishil CO Salleri-2
Total
Members
23
Total Saving
12750
Investment
12750
Remaining in
CO
0
Bhairabsthan CO Salleri 1
24
6830
6830
0
Laligurasha CO Salleri-3
30
11300
11300
0
Saraswati CO Salleri -2
27
16040
16040
0
Nava Sirjansil CO, salleri 4
45
24960
24950
10
Sirjansil CO Salleri- 4
52
13020
13020
0
Malika CO Salleri-5
34
15460
15460
0
Shivashakti CO Salleri 5
23
15780
15780
0
Lalkamal CO Salleri-6
27
9195
9150
45
Janasewa CO Salleri-7
22
10445
10400
45
Jagannath CO Salleri-7
29
10720
10720
0
Himalaya CO Salleri-8
39
9123
9120
3
Santoshi CO Salleri-9
31
14100
14100
0
Samajsudhara CO Salleri- 3
19
3840
3840
0
Panidhara CO Salleri- 6
19
6320
6320
0
Peepaldanda CO, Salleri-8
35
3137
3130
7
Hariyali CO Salleri-9
18
6280
6280
0
Dandagaun CO Salleri-7
19
690
690
0
Samanta CO Salleri-8
21
780
780
0
537
190770
190660
110
Name Of CO
Rainadevi CO Bindyabasini-1/2
Total
Members
26
Total Saving
21095
Investment
21095
Remaining in
CO
0
Mandali CO, Bindyabasini-1/2
25
15160
15160
0
Pipal Chautari CO, Bindyabasini-3
30
18710
18710
0
Mastathan CO, Bindyabasini-3
32
18545
18545
0
Ghodadauni CO, Bindyabasini-6
22
16660
16660
0
Chetashil CO, Bindyabasini-8/9
24
17970
17970
0
Barpipal CO, Bindyabasini-9
25
20440
20440
0
MaibhagawatiCO, Bindyabasini-8/9
27
18090
18090
0
Jagnatha CO, Bindyabasini-7/8
26
18750
18750
0
Radeu CO, Bindyabasini-5
34
22680
22680
0
Paltapani CO, Bindyabasini-4
32
23415
23415
0
Phoolbari CO, Bindyabasini-9
20
15343
15343
0
Janasewa CO, Bindyabasini-4
28
22580
22580
0
Total'A'
VDC : Bindhyabasini
SN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
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Samajsudhar CO, Bindyabasini-6
35
5770
5770
0
Pariwartanshil CO, Bindyabasini-3&7
20
4860
4860
0
Shrijanshil CO, Bindhyabsini-3
18
4790
4790
0
Janchetana CO, Bindyabasini-6
23
3810
3810
0
447
268668
268668
0
Total
Members
32
Total Saving
12435
Investment
12430
Remaining in
CO
5
Navasera CO Rakamkarnali 6
52
15573
15500
73
Kalika CO Rakamkarnali 1
22
9524
9520
4
Basundhara CO Rakamkarnali 2
41
6488
6475
13
Shivajee CO Rakamkarnali 3
30
10845
10845
0
Chetana CO Rakamkarnali 7
39
11984
11975
9
Pragatishil CO Rakamkarnali 5
29
9125
9125
0
Laliguransh CO Rakamkarnali 8
49
11124
11100
24
Sagaramatha CO Rakamkarnali 9
22
8118
8100
18
Dandakhal CO Rakamkarnali 1 & 2
30
13611
13600
11
Babaipani CO, Rakamkarnali 2
31
7297
7280
17
Barpeepal CO, Rakamkarnali 8
21
4576
4575
1
Total'C'
398
120700
116525
175
Total
Members
51
Total Saving
7020
Investment
7020
Remaining in
CO
0
Himalaya CO Singhsain 7
51
6825
6800
25
Raniba CO Singhsain 3 & 7
51
7625
7625
0
Ganesh CO Singsain 5
50
7950
7950
0
5
Bhairab CO Singhsain 8
50
8345
8300
45
6
Chautara CO Singhsain 9
49
9370
9350
20
7
Kalika CO Singhsain 6
43
6945
6900
45
8
Chandra Surya CO Singhsain 3
46
9680
9650
30
9
Sirjansil CO Singhsain 3
28
5430
5400
30
Bayaldhunga CO Singhsain 1
50
6670
6600
70
Bajthala CO Singhsain-2
50
5780
13
Samajyakata CO Singhsain -1
35
6120
6100
20
14
Janakalyan CO, Singhsain-9
37
3885
3860
0
15
Laganshil CO, Singhsain-8
36
4985
4975
10
16
Sagarmatha CO, Singhsain-7
30
4260
4260
0
17
Shanti CO, Singhsain-6
36
3190
3140
50
18
Malika CO, Singhsain-1
35
2875
2875
0
19
Ganesh CO Singhsain-2
35
3355
3300
55
20
Kalika CO Singhsain 1&2
35
3305
3300
5
14
15
16
17
Total'B'
VDC : Rakamkarnali
SN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Name Of CO
Ramnikatiya CO Rakamkarnali 4
VDC : Singhsain
SN
1
2
3
4
10
11
Name Of CO
Mehelgaun CO Singhsain 4
5750
30
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55
21
Phoolbari CO, Singhsain-3
35
22
Sarswoti CO, Singhsain-5
35
23
Barpipal CO, Singhsain-7
26
1750
1750
0
24
Yakikarna CO, Singhsain-1&2
35
1650
1650
0
956
130840
130010
805
Total
Members
40
Total Saving
8893
Investment
8893
Remaining in
CO
0
Total 'D'
7500
5190
175
5015
VDC : Peepalkot
SN
1
Name Of CO
Laliguransh CO Peepalkot 1
2
Muldhara CO Peepalkot 2
44
11570
11570
0
3
Koldanda CO Peepalkot 3
37
8805
8805
0
Barpeepal CO Peepalokt 4
40
8367
8367
0
Batashedanda CO Peepalkot 5
39
7415
7415
0
6
Kharkhet CO Peepalkot 6
39
7871
7871
0
7
Pashupati CO Peepalkot 8
46
9150
9150
0
Himalaya CO Peepalkot 9
49
8100
8100
0
Malika CO Peepalkot 2
23
9610
9610
0
10
Panchadewal CO Peepalkot 7
39
8185
8185
0
11
Naineldev CO Peepalkot 8
32
8100
8100
0
Dharapani CO Peepalkot 3
15
3995
3995
0
Total 'E"
443
100061
100061
0
Total A+B+C+D+E
2781
811039
805924
5090
4
5
8
9
12
3.4 Status of Dalits, Females and Janajaties in the key Position of Community Organization:
According to the goal and objectives of PAF Nepal, SOSEC and our program ICDP we have encouraged females, Dalits
and Janajaties to be involved in the CO. According to the program norms dalits, janajaties and females must be
encouraged to hold the key position in the CO, so females, Dalits and Janajaties have been encouraged to hold the key
position of the COs as much as possible. The detail status of females, Dalits and Janajaties in the key position of each
COs has been mentioned below:
VDC : Salleri
SN
Posts
Secretary
F
D
J
President
F
D
J
F
Treasure
D
J
1
Name Of CO
Bhairabsthan CO Salleri-1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
2
Pragatishil CO Salleri-2
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
3
Laligurasha CO Salleri-3
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
4
Saraswati CO Salleri -2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
5
Sirjansil CO Salleri- 4
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
6
Malika CO Salleri-5
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
7
Lalkamal CO Salleri-6
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
8
Santoshi CO Salleri-9
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
9
Himalaya CO Salleri-8
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
10
Janasewa CO Salleri-7
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
11
Jagannath CO Salleri-7
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
12
Shivashakti CO Salleri 5
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
13
Nava Sirjansil CO Salleri 4
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
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Samajsudhar CO Salleri 3
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
15
Panidhara CO Salleri 4
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
16
Hariyali CO Salleri 9
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
17
Pipaldanda CO Salleri 8
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
18
Dandagaun CO Salleri 7
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
19
Samanta CO Salleri 8
1
19
0
0
0
0
1
5
0
4
0
6
1
15
0
0
0
2
Total'A'
VDC : Bindhyabasini
SN
1
Name Of CO
Rainadevi CO Bindyabasini-1/2
President
F
D
J
1
0
0
Posts
Secretary
F
D
J
0
0
1
Treasure
F
D
J
1
0
0
2
Mandali CO, Bindyabasini-1/2
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
3
Pipal Chautari CO, Bindyabasini-3
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
4
Mastathan CO, Bindyabasini-3
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
5
Ghodadauni CO, Bindyabasini-6
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
6
Chetashil CO, Bindyabasini-8/9
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
7
Barpipal CO, Bindyabasini-9
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
8
MaibhagawatiCO,Bindyabasini-8/9
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
9
Jagnatha CO, Bindyabasini-7/8
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
10
Radeu CO, Bindyabasini-5
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
11
12
Paltapani CO, Bindyabasini-4
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
13
Phoolbari CO, Bindyabasini-9
Janasewa CO, Bindyabasini-4
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
14
Samajsudhara CO, Bindyabasini 6
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
15
Pariwartanshil CO, Bindyabasini 3
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
16
Janachetana CO, Bindhyabasini 6
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
17
Shrijanshil CO, Bindhyabasini 3
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
17
0
0
9
5
2
14
3
0
Total'B'
VDC : Rakamkarnali
SN
1
2
3
Name Of CO
Ramnikatiya Co Rakamkarnali 4
Navasera CO Rakamkarnali 6
Posts
Secretary
F
D
J
President
F
D
J
F
Treasure
D
J
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
4
Shivaji CO Rakamkarnali 3
Basundhara CO Rakamkarnali 2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
5
Laliguransh CO Rakamkarnali 8
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
6
Kalika Co Rakamkarnali 1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
7
Pragatishil CO Rakamkarnali 5
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
8
Chetansil CO Rakamkarnali 7
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
9
Sagaramatha CO Rakamkarnali 9
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
10
Dandakhal CO Rakamkarnali 1 & 2
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
11
Babaipani CO Rakamkarnali 2
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
12
Barpeepal CO Rakamkarnail 8
1
12
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
1
12
0
0
0
0
Total'C'
VDC : Singhsain
SN
Name Of CO
Posts
Remarks
Remarks
Remarks
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President
D
J
F
Secretary
D
J
F
Treasure
D
J
1
Himalaya CO Singhsain 7
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
2
Mehelgaun CO Singhsain 4
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
3
Bhairab CO Singhsain 8
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
4
Ganesh CO Singhsain 5
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
5
Chautara CO Singhsain 9
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
6
Raniban CO Singhsain 3 & 7
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
7
Kalika CO Singhsain 6
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
8
Chandra Surya CO Singhsain 3
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
9
Sirjansil CO Singhsain 3
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
10
Bayaldhunga CO Singhsain 1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
11
Bajthala CO Singhsain 2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
12
Hariyali CO Singhsain -3
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
13
Samajyakata CO Singhsain-1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
14
Janakalyana CO, Singhsain-9
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
15
Laganshil CO, Singhsain-8
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
16
Saraswati CO Singhsain-5
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
17
Sagarmatha CO, Singhsain-7
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
18
Phoolbari CO, Singhsain-3
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
19
Shanti CO, Singhsain-6
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
20
Malika CO, Singhsain-1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
21
Ganesh CO Singhsain-2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
22
Kalika CO, Singhsain-1&2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
23
Barpeepal CO Singhasain 7
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
24
Yakikaran CO Singhasain 1
1
24
0
0
0
0
1
5
0
5
0
1
0
23
1
1
0
0
Total'D'
0
VDC : Peepalkot
SN
Posts
Secretary
F
D
J
President
F
D
J
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
2
Himalaya CO Peepalkot 9
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
3
Laligurasha CO Peepalkot 1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
4
Koldanda CO Peepalkot 3
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
5
Kharkhet CO Peepalkot 6
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
6
Pashupati CO Peepalkot 8
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
7
Barpeepal CO Peepalokt 4
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
8
Batashedanda CO Peepalkot 5
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
9
Malika Co Peepalkot 2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
10
Panchadewal CO Peepalkot 7
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
11
Naineldev CO Peepalkot 8
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
12
Dharapani CO Peepalkot 3
1
12
84
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
24
0
3
17
0
4
13
0
11
75
0
0
4
0
0
2
Total'E'
Total (A+B+C+D+E)
F
Treasure
D
J
Name Of CO
Muldhara CO Peepalkot 2
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3.5 a) AC Opening & CO registration in PAF (IG Sub-projects)
After the formation of CO, the COs should be registered in PAF when they get full maturity. In this Year 2 COs from Salleri VDC has been registered. The details of AC
Opening & CO Registration in PAF have been given below:
Registration
SN
Name & Address of CO
Date
Reg. No.
Operating
AC Opening
AC holders
Name
Position
Remarks
VDC : Salleri
1
Dandagaun CO Salleri 7
07/03/2069
67.067.068.453
4324
2
Samanta CO Salleri 8
07/03/2069
67.067.068.454
4325
Durga Chand
Jwala B.K.
Chandra Chand
Batu B.K.
Ratanakala B.K.
Sita Singh
President
Treasure
Secretary
President
Treasure
Secretary
b) AC Opening & CO Federation registration in PAF (Infra Sub-projects)
After the formation of CO federations the CO federations should be registered in PAF when they get full maturity. In this Year 4 CO federation from project areas has been
registered. The details of AC Opening & CO Registration in PAF have been given below:
Registration
SN
Name & Address of CO Federation
Date
Reg. No.
Operating
1
Shivashakti CO Federation Salleri-2
2068/11/30
67.068.069.012F
4168
2
Shiva CO Federation Singasain-9
2068/11/29
67.068.069.011F
4167
Kalyankhola CO Federation Rakam-2
2069/3/8
3
4310
67.068.069.017F
4
Aagregaira CO Federation Pipalkot-8
2069/3/8
67.068.069.0 F
4330
AC Opening
AC holders
Name
Prema Basnet
Debu Gurung
Padam Nepali
Dipa B.K.
Dalli Puri
Bipana Yogi
Chandra Shahi
Paru B.K.
Ganga Baduwal
Jaikala Bhandara
Aausi B.K.
Jaikala Jaisi
Position
President
Treasure
Secretary
President
Treasure
Secretary
President
Treasure
Secretary
President
Treasure
Secretary
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3.6 Agri/Vet LRP Conference in District Level
On the Falgun 3 & 4, 2068 Agriculture/Vet LRP conference had been organized in Dailekh Bazaar at DDC Hall.
4 Social Assessment
Total HHs & Population in ICDP Area
Social Assessment is one of the important factors for ICDP program Implementation. After the Program Orientation
Workshops our social team has moved in the community and made social assessment by filling the Social Assessment
Form Provided by PAF Nepal & using other different PRA tools. The Detail of Social Assessment is given below:
VDC: Bindhyabasini
SN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Ward
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Total'A'
VDC: Salleri
Ward
SN
No.
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
Total'B'
HHs
Population
Economic Categorization
D
J
O
T
D
J
O
T
A
B
C
D
T
0
20
3
23
0
168
14
182
14
5
4
0
23
11
27
3
41
61
233
13
307
24
10
6
1
41
70
0
43
113
375
0
344
719
69
19
20
5
113
13
2
67
82
80
10
355
445
14
22
40
6
82
28
0
17
45
192
0
99
291
27
6
10
2
45
20
0
53
73
98
0
376
474
22
9
37
5
73
20
0
34
54
128
0
196
324
25
15
9
5
54
33
0
34
67
220
0
204
424
23
19
24
1
67
6
9
62
77
31
65
425
521
25
14
34
4
77
201
58
316
575
1185
476
2026
3687
243
119
184
29
575
D
J
HHs
O
T
D
T
A
5
32
3
40
34
308
18
360
12
17
7
4
40
11
14
55
80
78
103
387
568
29
18
23
10
80
3
41
0
44
15
378
0
393
16
18
8
2
44
29
44
80
153
229
348
507
1084
66
58
23
6
153
14
1
57
72
89
0
283
372
27
21
19
5
72
1
0
28
29
7
0
150
157
6
21
2
0
29
18
1
51
70
124
12
281
417
33
29
7
1
70
53
20
11
84
309
181
102
592
56
22
6
0
84
14
47
2
63
97
386
21
504
35
16
12
0
63
148
200
287
635
982
1716
1749
4447
280
220
107
28
635
T
A
VDC: Rakamkarnali
Ward
SN
No.
D
1
1
2
2
2
42
3
3
12
Population
J
O
Economic Categorization
B
C
D
T
J
HHs
O
T
D
Population
J
O
Economic Categorization
B
C
D
T
0
34
36
10
0
237
247
10
15
9
2
36
0
41
83
218
0
277
495
52
24
5
2
83
0
25
37
71
0
153
224
15
19
2
1
37
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5
6
7
8
9
4
5
6
7
8
9
Total'C'
31
0
1
32
171
0
12
183
18
12
2
0
32
4
0
25
29
36
0
155
191
7
10
5
7
29
27
0
36
63
171
0
233
404
34
19
8
2
63
0
0
33
33
0
0
111
111
3
16
14
0
33
1
0
74
75
9
0
395
404
34
26
12
3
75
0
0
19
19
0
0
139
139
4
13
2
0
19
119
0
288
407
686
0
1712
2398
177
154
59
17
407
T
A
VDC: Peepalkot
Ward
SN
No.
D
1
1
15
2
2
48
3
3
9
4
4
1
5
5
2
6
6
32
7
7
4
8
8
39
9
9
2
Total'D'
152
VDC: Singhsain
Ward
SN
No.
D
1
1
22
2
2
4
3
3
19
4
4
50
5
5
67
6
6
21
7
7
33
8
8
65
9
9
53
Total'E'
Grand
Total
J
HHs
O
T
D
Population
J
O
13
14
42
97
87
103
287
16
17
9
0
42
6
16
70
214
30
95
339
30
29
8
3
70
19
29
57
51
144
181
376
6
14
29
8
57
16
24
41
4
111
170
285
1
4
30
6
41
34
6
42
6
206
36
248
3
8
23
8
42
1
22
55
129
11
113
253
20
21
14
0
55
0
40
44
29
0
247
276
6
16
22
0
44
0
41
80
197
0
251
448
15
21
31
13
80
48
1
51
18
286
4
308
29
19
3
0
51
137
193
482
745
875
1200
2820
126
149
169
38
482
T
D
T
A
J
HHs
O
Population
J
O
Economic Categorization
B
C
D
T
Economic Categorization
B
C
D
T
0
136
158
107
0
762
869
98
51
7
2
158
0
101
105
26
0
568
594
61
33
9
2
105
0
161
180
109
0
978
1087
99
64
13
4
180
0
31
81
263
0
176
439
72
7
2
0
81
0
48
115
374
0
276
650
81
25
9
0
115
0
71
92
104
0
433
537
43
29
12
8
92
39
83
155
185
237
532
954
89
46
15
5
155
0
63
128
351
0
334
685
68
32
27
1
128
34
29
116
341
219
207
767
69
34
9
4
116
334
73
723
1130
1860
456
4266
6582
680
321
103
26
1130
954
468
1807
3229
5458
3523
10953
19934
1506
963
622
138
3229
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IC D P A r e a
C
D , 4%
19%
A , 47%
B , 30%
H H s in IC D P A r e a
D a lit 3 0 %
O th e r 5 6 %
J a n a ja tie s
14%
P o p in IC D P A r e a
D a lit , 2 7 %
O t h e rs 5 6 %
J a n a ja t ie s
17%
5 Income Generation Activities Conduction
ICDP program mainly focused on Social Mobilization, Capacity Building, Income Generation & Community
Infrastructure Development. In the process of program Implementation Income Generation Activities are prioritized in
the poor community as well as Infrastructure.
Sub-Project Proposal Preparation and Agreement with PAF
For the IGA & Infra participatory Planning has been done in the community Level. Bottom Up Approach As well as
Demand Driven Approach has been applied during the planning process. Community has been facilitated in the planning
and prioritization of the demand collection by mobilized human resources. Similarly community has been assisted in
preparing the community proposal. The detail of Sub-Project proposal Preparation, Agreement with PAF & Total Fund
Mobilization is Given Below:
SN
Name & Address of CO
Date
Agreed Amount
PAF
CO
Total
Remarks
VDC: Salleri
1
Dandagaun CO Salleri 7
2069.3.8
516560
51500
568060
2
Samanta CO Salleri 8
2069.3.8
539125
1055685
54000
105500
593125
Total
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10%
PAF Contribution
CO Contribution
90%
SN
1
2
3
4
Infra Sub-project Name
Shivashakit School Building
Shiva Primary School Building
Mandali DWSS
Date
2068.11.30
2068.11.30
2068.11.30
Kalyankhola DWSS
2069.3.8
Agreed Amount
PAF
VDC
CO
Total
2054117
0
519040
2573158
2064635
15000
514250
2593886
1017508
25000
259648
1302156
1588753
15000
388532
1977285
480027
2420441
382237
2543734
1920515
5
Aagregaira DWSS
2069.3.9
1940414
0
6
Raghurahe DWSS
2069.3.9
1538279
10203706
0
Total
55000
Re
12787441
Revolving Fund Mobilization by categorization
In community Level Revolving fund is mobilized in 3 different aspects. Most priority has been given in Income
Generation Activities; similarly revolving fund has also been mobilized in Capacity Building & Administration
(Monitoring Management) of Community Organization. The detail of fund Mobilization has been given below:
Fund Allocation
SN
Name & Address of CO
IGA
Capacity
Building
Monitoring
Management
Total
Dandagaun CO Salleri 7
463500
36910
16150
516560
Samanta CO Salleri 8
486000
29525
23600
539125
949500
66435
39750
1055685
Remarks
VDC: Salleri
1
2
Total (A)
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Status of Community Contribution
According to the norms of PAF Nepal, community should bare some amount of the fund that has been mobilized in the
community, which shows the readiness of the community for the program. In IGA program community should bare the
10% amount of total cost. The detail of community contribution in the program launched COs has been given below:
Contribution
Community
SN
Name & Address of CO
PAF
Total
Total
Contribution
made upto
now
Remaining
Contribution
Total
VDC: Salleri
1
Dandagaun CO Salleri 7
516560
51500
30900
0
568060
2
Samanta CO Salleri 8
539125
1055685
54000
105500
32400
63300
0
0
593125
Total (A)
1161185
5.4 Beneficiaries Population with IGA within ICDP
IGA activities have been conducting in agreement made 49 COs. The Details of the population covered by the COs are
given below:
VDC: Bindhyabasini
Dalits
SN
1
Janajaties
Other
Total
Handicapped
Name of CO
Rainadevi CO Bindyabasini-1/2
Re
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
T
30
31
64
67
10
14
104
112
0
0
0
2
3
Mandali CO, Bindyabasini-1/2
Pipal Chautari CO, Bindyabasini-3
3
36
1
36
82
0
93
0
0
57
0
57
85
93
94
93
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
Mastathan CO, Bindyabasini-3
Ghodadauni CO, Bindyabasini-6
102
90
0
0
0
0
102
90
0
0
0
20
22
0
0
49
49
69
71
0
0
0
48
59
0
0
51
41
99
100
0
0
0
8
6
10
11
82
73
100
90
1
0
1
61
64
0
0
22
32
83
96
0
0
0
38
47
0
0
42
41
80
88
0
0
0
76
86
0
0
24
18
100
104
3
5
8
18
21
0
0
73
68
91
89
0
0
0
2
3
23
21
41
31
66
55
0
0
0
11
9
0
0
79
71
90
80
0
0
0
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Chetashil CO, Bindyabasini-8/9
Barpipal CO, Bindyabasini-9
Maibhagawati CO , Bindyabasini8/9
Jagnatha CO, Bindyabasini-7/8
Radeu CO, Bindyabasini-5
Paltapani CO, Bindyabasini-4
Phoolbari CO, Bindyabasini-9
Janasewa CO, Bindyabasini-4
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15
16
17
Samajsudhar CO, Bindhyabasini-6
Pariwartanshil CO, Bindhyabasini-3
Janachetana CO, Bindhyabasini-6
Shrijanshil CO, Bindhyabasini-3
Total'A'
5
8
59
64
0
0
64
72
0
0
0
16
14
5
4
45
38
66
56
0
0
0
6
7
0
0
67
67
73
74
0
0
0
35
34
0
0
10
13
45
47
0
0
0
515
538
243
260
652
613
1410
1411
4
5
9
VDC: Salleri
Dalits
SN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
Janajaties
Other
Total
Handicapped
Name of CO
Pragatishil CO Salleri-2
Bhairabsthan CO Salleri 1
Laligurasha CO Salleri-3
Saraswati CO Salleri -2
Nava Sirjansil CO, salleri 4
Sirjansil CO Salleri- 4
Malika CO Salleri-5
Shivashakti CO Salleri 5
Lalkamal CO Salleri-6
Janasewa CO Salleri-7
Jagannath CO Salleri-7
Himalaya CO Salleri-8
Santoshi CO Salleri-9
Samajsudhar CO, Salleri-3
Panidhara CO, Salleri-4
Pipaldanda CO, Salleri-8
Hariyali CO, Salleri-9
Dandagaun CO, Salleri-7
Samanta CO, Salleri-8
Total'B'
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
T
19
26
29
31
3
2
51
59
0
0
0
16
17
99
109
0
0
115
126
0
0
0
5
5
123
107
0
0
128
112
0
0
0
0
0
6
6
99
93
105
99
0
0
0
11
12
103
109
43
49
157
170
0
0
0
86
79
26
19
83
105
195
203
0
0
0
32
36
3
3
73
64
108
103
0
0
0
7
9
0
0
68
57
75
66
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
77
72
77
72
0
0
0
15
25
0
0
63
62
78
87
0
0
0
9
10
3
1
83
83
95
94
0
0
0
82
81
49
53
29
33
160
167
0
0
0
22
26
101
95
10
11
133
132
0
0
0
5
8
59
64
0
0
64
72
0
0
0
16
14
5
4
45
38
66
56
0
0
0
106
106
0
0
21
22
127
128
0
0
0
26
28
23
23
1
4
50
55
0
0
0
47
40
6
6
15
17
68
63
0
0
0
71
69
0
0
3
2
74
71
0
0
0
575
591
635
630
716
714
1926
1935
0
0
0
Rem
arks
VDC: Rakamkarnali
Dalits
SN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Janajaties
Other
Total
Handicapped
Name of CO
Ramnikatiya CO Rakamkarnali 4
Navasera CO Rakamkarnali 6
Kalika CO Rakamkarnali 1
Shivajee CO Rakamkarnali 3
Laliguransh CO Rakamkarnali 8
Sagarmatha CO, Rakamkarnali-9
Basundhara CO, Rakamkarnali-2
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
T
92
79
0
0
6
6
98
85
0
0
0
78
80
0
0
85
80
163
160
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
68
65
68
65
0
0
0
34
37
0
0
49
67
83
104
0
0
0
5
4
0
0
134
140
139
144
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
64
75
64
75
0
0
0
69
68
0
0
37
41
106
109
0
0
0
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9
10
11
12
Dandakhal CO Rakamkarnali-1&2
Babaipani CO, Rakamkarnali-2
Pargatishil CO, Rakamkarnali-5
Chetana CO, Rakamkarnali-7
Barpeepal CO, Rakamkarnali-8
Total'C'
23
24
0
0
72
80
95
104
0
0
0
15
15
0
0
66
82
81
97
0
0
0
19
14
0
0
55
54
74
68
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
119
123
119
123
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
37
45
37
45
0
0
0
335
321
0
0
792
858
1127
1179
0
0
0
VDC: Singhsain
Dalits
SN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Janajaties
Other
Total
Handicapped
Name of CO
Mehelgaun CO Singhsain 4
Himalaya CO Singhsain 7
Raniban CO Singhsain 3 & 7
Ganesh CO Singsain 5
Bhairab CO Singhsain 8
Chautara CO Singhsain 9
Chandrasury CO, Singhsain-3
Bayaldunga CO Singhsain-2
Bajthala CO, Singhsain-2
Shrijanshil CO, Singhsain-3
Ganesh CO Singhsain-2
Hariyali CO, Singhsain-3
Kalika CO, Singhsain-1
Phoolbari CO, Singhsain-3
Sagarmatha CO, Singhsain-7
Shanti CO, Singhsain-6
Samajyakata CO, Singhsain-3
Malika CO, Sighsain-1
Janakalyan CO, Singhsain-9
Laganshil CO, Sighsain-8
Sarswoti CO, Sighsain-5
Kalika CO, Singhsain-6
Barpeepal CO, Sighsain-7
Yakikaran CO, Sighsain-1
Total'D'
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
T
119
135
0
0
9
14
128
149
0
3
3
30
23
96
80
37
49
163
152
2
2
4
77
87
0
0
54
64
131
151
0
1
1
119
124
0
0
20
32
139
156
5
1
6
92
117
0
0
37
34
129
151
2
2
4
107
93
24
19
26
26
157
138
0
3
3
18
18
0
0
124
135
142
153
0
0
0
36
53
0
0
96
103
132
156
0
0
0
5
7
0
0
145
141
150
148
0
0
0
8
13
0
0
94
86
102
99
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
100
113
100
113
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
87
89
87
89
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
111
101
111
101
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
109
117
109
117
0
0
0
14
11
0
0
90
80
104
91
0
0
0
4
5
0
0
87
100
91
105
0
0
0
6
7
0
0
104
99
110
106
0
0
0
7
10
0
0
85
124
92
134
0
0
0
60
62
0
0
63
75
123
137
0
0
0
53
61
0
0
54
45
107
106
0
0
0
34
41
0
0
62
63
96
104
0
0
0
44
54
0
0
90
78
134
132
0
0
0
7
9
0
0
64
85
71
94
0
0
0
5
8
0
0
76
97
81
105
0
0
0
845
938
120
99
1824
1950
2789
2987
9
12
21
Rem
arks
VDC: Peepalkot
Dalits
SN
1
Janajaties
Other
Total
Handicapped
Name of CO
Laliguransh CO Peepalkot 1
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
T
47
38
36
41
52
42
135
121
0
0
0
23
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arks
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
6
Himalaya COPeepalkot 9
11
7
125
151
0
0
136
158
0
1
1
109
86
9
12
3
2
121
100
0
4
4
28
23
55
63
30
27
113
113
0
0
0
76
65
8
3
17
14
101
82
0
0
0
94
105
0
0
21
16
115
121
0
0
0
7
11
109
98
4
3
120
112
0
0
0
1
3
74
56
66
78
141
137
0
0
0
23
17
8
4
44
49
75
70
0
0
0
3
3
5
5
47
46
55
54
0
0
0
10
5
0
0
109
125
119
130
0
0
0
15
13
0
0
93
90
108
103
0
0
0
Total'E'
424
376
429
433
486
492
1339
1301
0
5
5
Grand Total (A+B+C+D+E)
2694
2764
1427
1422
4470
4627
7464
8813
13
22
35
Muldhara CO Peepalkot 2
Koldanda CO, Peepalkot-3
Kharkhet CO, Peepalkot-6
Pashupati CO, Peepalkot-8
Bantansedanda CO, Peepalkot-5
Barpeepal CO, Peepalkot-4
Malika CO, Peepalkot-2
Dharapani CO, Peepalkot-3
Panchadewol CO, Peepalkot-7
Naineldev CO, Peepalkot-8
Technical Assistance
Design of School Buildings
In the sector of technical assistance to the community, on the basis of community demand two School Buildings & 4
Drinking water Supply sub-projects were registered and made agreement with Cos federation by PAF, Nepal for the
construction of the school buildings & DWSS. The total budget made agreement between PAF, Nepal and Cos
federation is as below:
SN
1
2
3
4
Infra Sub-project Name
Shivashakit School Building
Shiva Primary School Building
Mandali DWSS
Date
2068.11.30
2068.11.30
2068.11.30
Kalyankhola DWSS
2069.3.8
Agreed Amount
PAF
VDC
CO
Total
2054117
0
519040
2573158
2064635
15000
514250
2593886
1017508
25000
259648
1302156
1588753
15000
388532
1977285
480027
2420441
382237
2543734
1920515
5
Aagregaira DWSS
2069.3.9
1940414
0
6
Raghurahe DWSS
2069.3.9
1538279
10203706
0
Total
55000
Remarks
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In the sector of technical assistance to the community on the basis of community demands following Infra sub-projects
details engineering design & estimates are submission at PAF, for approval.
Sno
Name of CO
Name of Sub-project
Address
1
Navashera CO
Navashera Irrigation Project
Rakam-6
2
Ramnikatiya CO
Ramnikatiya Irrigation Project
Rakam-4
3
Paltapani CO
Paltapani Pipe Irrigation Project
Bindhyabasini-4
4
Jansewa & Janchetana CO
Tripani School Building
Bindhyabasini-4
5
Maibhagawati & Chetanshil CO
Badabhairav School Building
Bindhyabasini-8
6
Bhairavsthan CO
Goganpani Primary School
Salleri-1
7
Navashrijanshil CO
Janta Primary School
Salleri-4
8
Laliguransh CO
Malika Primary School
Pipalkot-1
9
Phoolbari CO
Lamatada Irrigation Project
Bindhyabasini-9
10
Pragatishil CO
Baldanda DWSS
Salleri-2
11
Jaganath CO
Deuli DWSS
Salleri-7
12
Barpipal CO
Bheltadi DWSS
Rakam-8
7
Capacity Building:
Capacity Development is one of the major pillars of ICDP Program. Capacity Development of the community is
necessary for providing qualitative services in the Community & capacity Development of the Community is needed for
the better implementation of the program as well as achieving the goal of the program. In this program different training,
workshops, seminars, sharing meetings etc are conducted for the capacity development of the community as well as
ICDP Staffs
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Training Conducted in CO Level
In this year different trainings in CO level have been conducted for the improvement of the occupation of the community. Different Vocational Trainings have been conducted as
per the agreement made between the CO & PAF Nepal. The detail of the training is given below:
Duration
SN
Name of the Training
Paritcipation
Venue
Dalit
Since
Livestock Raising Training
Singasain
Other
Total
Facilitation
Coordination
With
JTA
ASC
To
3 Days in 2 COs in
different Times
1
Janajaties
Total
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
5
21
0
0
7
25
12
46
5
21
0
0
7
25
12
46
Remark
Training Conduction in Community Level by the organization
In this year different trainings in community Level by the organization have been conducted for the capacity development of the community & better implementation of the
program. Different Capacity building Trainings have been conducted as per the agreement made between the PO & PAF Nepal. The detail of the training is given below:
Duration
SN
Name of the
Training
Participation
Venue
Dalit
Since
Janajaties
Other
Total
Facilitation
To
M
F
M
F
M
F
M
F
Coordination
With
Remark
Salleri
Leadership & Group
mgmt. training
1
2
3
4
Book Keeping,
Saving/Credit &
Revolving Fund
Management
Training
7 days river beach
cultivation training
Exposure Visit to
Marginalize comm.
2069/2/22
2069/2/24
1
4
0
0
0
5
5
5
ICDP Staffs
2069/2/25
2069/2/27
1
4
0
0
0
5
5
5
ICDP Staffs
2068/10/14
2068/10/20
1
11
0
0
2
11
3
22
2068/9/22
2068/9/26
1
3
0
0
1
0
1
4
4
22
0
0
3
21
14
36
Salleri
Rakam
Bardiya
Total
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Training Conduction in District Level
In this year different trainings in District Level have been conducted for the capacity development of ICDP Staffs. Different Capacity building Trainings have been conducted as
per the agreement made between the PO & PAF Nepal. The detail of the training is given below:
Duration
SN
1
2
3
4
Name of the Training
Paritcipation
Venue
7 days PRA training
7 days Social Mobilization
ToT
DDC Hall
KTC
Kathmandu
1 days LRP conference
DDC Hall
5 days Revolving fund mgmt.
residential training
Kishor Hotel
Total
Dalit
Janajaties
Other
Total
Since
To
2068/10/4
2068/10/10
M
1
F
0
M
1
F
1
M
0
F
2
M
4
F
1
2068/12/1
2068/12/7
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
2068/11/3
2068/11/4
0
0
3
0
0
8
0
11
2069/2/14
2069/2/18
2
0
4
0
13
6
19
6
3
0
8
1
14
16
24
18
Facilitation
Coordinatio
n With
Consultant
5 POs
Re.
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8
Coordination
Coordination with different stakeholders and line agencies is the most important factor for the better
implementation of the program. Necessary coordination has been made with PAF Nepal, VDC, DDC, Community
and other line agencies. Regular coordination has been made with other POs in Dailekh. In the community Level
every activities within ICDP has been conducted with the coordination of Local Level political Parties, local
leaders Scholars etc. Coordination with District Agriculture Development Office and District Livestock Service
Office has beenn made for the registration of COs as potential groups for pocket area development. CO under
ICDP, which are registered at DADO and DLSO included in main achievements in this quarter. Regular
coordination has been made with other POs in Dailekh. In the community Level every activities within ICDP has
been conducted with the coordination of Local Level political Parties, local leaders Scholars etc. Other hands,
coordination with Care Nepal Community Support Program COs of Rakamkarnali ward no. 2 Basundhara,
Dandakhal & Babaipani demanded to construction of School building. As per the demand of COs we coordinate
with Care CSP and made agreement for construction Shree Himalaya Primary School Building with Nrs. 6,00,000/. With good coordination to Kathamdu Training Centre (KTC), we had conducted 7 days Participatory Rural
Appraisal Training for ICDP staffs with other PAF POs of Dailekh district as well as 7 days Social Mobilization
ToT also for Program Coordinator. We had made regular coordination with VDCs of ICDP, so that, Village
Council allocated certain amount for the 6 Infra sub-project and release Nrs. 208000/. In other hand, we had made
regular coordination with WARM-P, Helvetas, Nepal at Pipalkot VDC, and WARM-P ready to coordination with
PAF, Nepal, PO (SOSEC) for the ongoing both Infra sub-projects structures as well as sanitation. We had made
coordination with Pro-public for public hearing of obstructed work of Shree N.R.L.S.S. Dandagaun paiti, Dailekh.
With the some effort of working staffs 17 COs of Salleri VDC had been constructed thresh roofing meeting house.
With the coordination to DADO, Barpeepal CO of Bindhyabasini 9, had got 200 plants of mango and plantation for
develop Mango Pocket Area.
Review
Agreement made between PAF, Nepal and PO yearly progress, weakness, opportunities and threat are sharing on
District level review program organized by entire PAF's PO in Dailekh. Similarly at the half yearly review of PO
(SOSEC), progress, weakness, opportunities and threat of ICDP has been shared.
9
Monitoring
Regular monitoring is one of the major factors of the better implementation of the program. In this year Monitoring
has been made by PO, Program Coordinator and Supervisor as well as other stakeholders in the related field. The
details of the monitoring have been given below:
Monitoring by PAF Nepal
Regular Monitoring has been conducted by PAF Nepal, time to time for the improvements of the program, release
of I Installment, II Installment of CO as well as Appraisal of COs in both (IG and Infrastructure) Proposal for
agreement between PAF & CO. Frequently, PM has been visited filed.
Jointly Monitoring by Major Stakeholders
Jointly monitoring by the District Level Major Stakeholders (Political Parties, Journalists, DDC Members &PO
Members), in Salleri & Bindhyabasini VDC of ICDP Area has been done since 4 - 6 Ashad 2069 by Following
Persons:
 Mr. Samsher Bahadur Shahi
DDC Program Officer
 Mr. Suresh Thapa
DADO, Officer
 Mr. Bishnu Sharma
Journalist, Nepal Television reporter
 Mr. Om Bahadur Rawal
RJM, Political party representative
 Mr. Hira Singh Thapa
President of SOSEC
 Mr. Rajesh Shoni
Executive Director, SOSEC
 Mr. Man Bahadur Thapa
Program Supervisor, SOSEC
 Mrs. Maya Rana
SM, SOSEC
 Mr. Santosh B.K.
SM, SOSEC
Following matters have been monitored in the community:
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 Participation of target groups in CO.
 Conduction of COs monthly Meeting.
 Saving collection.
 Investment of saving.
 Mobilization of Revolving Fund provided by PAF, Nepal.
 Status of Activities conducted by COs (Goat Farming, Vegetable Cultivation, Pig Keeping, Poultry Farming,
Business conduction, Buffalo Keeping etc.)
 Status of Revolving of the loan mobilization in the community.
 Institutional Development in the Community.
 Ownership towards the program.
Major findings after Monitoring:
 Maximum target groups have been involved in the COs.
 Key Positions in the COs have been held by women, Dalits and Janajaties.
 Regular conduction of monthly meeting and effective decision making process.
 Regular saving collection and mobilization.
 The saving has not been invested in productive field. It has been mobilized only in households' affairs.
 The fund provided by PAF has been mobilized in proper field.
 The status of activities conducted by COs is satisfactory. Community seems to have done income with the
conducted activities and improved their well being status.
 A more institutional development in the CO Level is necessary.
 Community has the feeling of ownership towards the program.
10 Main Achievements During this Year:
Major Achievements of ICDP in this Year are as below:
 Qualified & Experienced Human Resources Mobilization:
Qualified & experienced 8 human resources have been mobilized in the ICDP working area for the better
implementation of the program including old Staffs, a VET/JTA and Sub-overseer for Infrastructure.
 Institutional Development in Community Level:
Community Organizations (COs) have been formed in the grass root level of the community including the
target groups. In this year as per the plan we have formed 2 COs in Salleri VDC & 4 COs federation. At ICDP
working areas 5 VDC level CO networks have been made functioning as per umbrella union of COs under
VDC. These networks have been made coordination with VDC for registration for their institutional
development.
 Formation of Local Fund:
The COs formed in the ICDP Area saves some amount of their earnings as local Fund. Community has
collected NRs 811039/- & mobilized NRs 805924/- in different types of productive activities. (Including 5
VDCs)
 Capacity Development of Community & ICDP Staffs:
Different Trainings in Community Level as well as in District level has been conducted within ICDP in this
year for the capacity Development of the community as well as the ICDP Staffs.
 CO Registration & Agreement with PAF:
2 COs & 4 COs federations have been formed. Among them, 2 COs & 4 COs federations have been registered
in PAF and made agreement.
 Revolving Fund Mobilization:
The fund provided by PAF has been mobilized in the community through COs in different IG Activities,
Infrastructure construction, as well as Capacity Development of the community. NRs. 5101853 has been
contributed by PAF, Nepal for the construction of 6 Infra sub-projects.
 Income Level Increment of the poor in the Community
After the implementation of ICDP program by SOSEC Dailekh in the financial support of the PAF Nepal, in
the project working VDCs, the Income level of the community has been increased. The poor HHs involved in
the IGA program within ICDP started different IG Activities, as per the result of the activities they started to
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earn money then the people who did not have food for 3 months now they get food for 6/9/12 months & send
their children in the schools.
 Social Inclusion:
Social Inclusion Strategy has been mostly applied in this program. In the program there is the participation of
32% Dalits, 14% Janajaties, 54% Ultra Poor (A) & 82% Females in the COs. The key positions of the COs
have been held by Dalits, Janajaties & Female.
 Technical Assistance:
In the sector of technical assistance to the community, on the basis of community demand to 2 School
Buildings & 4 Infra Sub-projects were made agreement between CO & CO federations and PAF Nepal for
construction of both School buildings & 4 DWSS. Among them, both School buildings & 1 DWSS-P
construction work has been ongoing.
 Increase in Social Unity:
Reduction in unproductive expenditure, unbeliefness, domestic violence & high interest rate in community
level of ICDP working areas and increase in social unity on the basis of cast, gender, religion and race.
11 Major Problems
 Community Cash contribution in IGA program is one of the major problem that hampered in the sound
implementation of the program. We have to go to the poorest community so the community can't collect the
10% contribution that may cause the risk of taking loan from the richer in the community.
 Due to the difficult geographical structure & remoteness of the working area the rapid communication is
impossible so the sent message reaches late in the community which has hampered in the implementation of
the program in time.
 The goats of the farmers provided by our program are dying, community is disappointed in this matter and the
community is still in the confuse state of Livestock Insurance.
 During the formation of the CO, Dalits, Janajaties, Females & DAGs were encouraged to hold the key
positions, so now it has become more difficult to manage the financial transaction of the CO.
 Community is expecting for the infrastructure works, but the process is lengthy.
12 Learning

Community Demand based program is necessary to get the result in time.

To implement the program the leadership of the program should be provided to the community.
 In every programs and activities we let the people to decide everything, we only played the role of facilitator so
we could get clear and true information. So we learnt that to please the people and get the true information we
should let the people to participate in decision making.
 Regular staffs meeting & program orientation can bring input.
 Public hearing & Social audit program can bring transparency on projects.
13 Threat
Due to the lack of clear rules and regulation to future manage of provided fund by PAF, Nepal to CO as a
Revolving fund.
14 Unsuccessful
With the financial support of PAF, Nepal, at Rakamkarnali VDC lunched river beach cultivation pilot project. Due
to the sand torrent (storm) river beach cultivation had been fully covered and damaged.
15 Conclusion & Recommendation:
Integrated Community Development Program (ICDP) implemented by SOSEC Dailekh with the financial support
of PAF Nepal, since 1st Baishakh 2063 in the remote & back warded DVCs of Dailekh, is one of the model
programs in the sector of poverty reduction. The strategies applied by the program are unique, that are fully
dedicated in the prosperity of the community. The program now covers the 5 VDCs of Dailekh; Salleri,
Bindhyabasini, Rakamkarnali, Peepalkot & Sinhasain. Different IGA & Capacity Development programs have
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been conducting in the community. The community seems enthusiast & optimist to the program for the reduction of
the poverty rooted in the community & upliftment of the community. It seems to be better to launch the
Infrastructure program as soon as possible along with the IGA; similarly it would be better to manage the
installment to release the CO as well as PO fund in time so that the tasks could be performed in time as per the
action Plan. For the better implementation of the program following matters seems to be followed:
 It would be better to endeavor for the Livestock Insurance as soon as possible for the welfare of the farmers.
 It would be better to add the human resource for the PO to handle the all financial transaction of the COs as
focal person or a more Supervisor.
 It would be better to start the Infrastructure works as soon as possible.
 If it is possible it would be better to provide the authority of AC holders changing of CO to the PO.
 It would be better to manage the fund quick & short release system & fund released as soon as possible.
Members of Jaganath CO, Salleri-7 had
discussing with Joint Monitoring Team
Joint Monitoring Team at Salleri VDC
Public Audit program at Salleri-8
Paiti,
School Building of Salleri-8 Paiti, Dailekh
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Meeting of New CO at Salleri-8, for Demand
collection
District level LRP conference at DDC Hall,
Dailekh
Program Orientation at Kishor Hotel,
Dailekh
Public hearing conducted at Salleri-8 Paiti,
Dailekh
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