Project Partner: Group of Helping Hands (SAHAS) Nepal
With the support of the German Embassy Kathmandu the Group of Helping Hands (SAHAS) Nepal has enabled 180 families in Nallu, South Lalitpur to access multiple sources of income to secure their food supply.
Project Partner: Community Improvement Forum (CIF) Nepal
The German Embassy Kathmandu supported the Community Improvement Forum (CIF) Nepal with the amount of 19,159.29 Euro (25 lakh NPR) in order to set up rain water harvesting facilities and small-scale biogas plants in the district of Kavrepalanchowk.
Project Partner: Siddhi Memorial Foundation
The German Embassy Kathmandu supported the Siddhi Memorial Hospital (SMH) in Bhaktapur with the amount of 19,511.32 Euro to pay for hospital equipments for the Intensive Care Unit for Neonate and Pediatrics (NICU/PICU). The SMH provides community level health services specially for women and children – general child birth to operation. Hence, to make the hospital facilities more effective, the German Embassy supported SMH to buy life saving equipments. This support has not only facilitated community health but also generated extra resources to the hospital.
Hospital Equipment for NICU/PICU
Sewing & Cutting Training for Poor Women
Project partner: Laxmi Sewing and Training Center
With the objective to facilitate as well as train helpless and poor women the German Embassy Kathmandu supported a sewing and cutting training in Kirtipur. The project was implemented by Laxmi Sewing and Training Center. Over 40 women received basic sewing and cutting training with the help of the sewing machines and equipment funded by Germany. After the completion of their training most women were willing to open tailoring shops to introduce their own employment opportunity and some of them planned to take advanced training for better income opportunities.
Livelihood Improvement of Subsistent Farmers
Project partner : Group of Helping Hands (SAHAS)-Nepal
The German Embassy Kathmandu supported a project of SAHAS-Nepal to carry out income oriented activities in Aanboogaun, Tanahun District, in the amount of almost Euro 16.000. The project activities for the improvement of livelihood of subsistent farmers included goat and pig rearing, off/on season vegetable farming, composting and soil fertility management, rain water harvesting, and innovative irrigation technology. After the project implementation local farmers are very happy to be familiar with such new approaches for their income generating activities. They felt inspired to follow such activities in the days to come.
Medical Center in Remote Location
Project partner: Peshala Medical Center Foundation (PMCF)
In Okhaldhunga District, Peshala Medical Center Foundation built up a medical center that is located at least 6 hours strenuous walk to another hospital. The remote medical center looks after about 3,500 patients annually. To make PMCF's services effective and to better serve local patients the German Embassy funded the purchase of medical equipments and medicine as well as a solar warm water system.