COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

Community participation in planning, implementation and evaluation of community programs.

HEALTH SERVICES

Build capacity of children of all ages, women and men to use health services

About Us

ECONOMIC STATUS

Improve economic status of men and women by involving them in income generational activities through community mobilization in the program VDCs

Activities

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

Women Empowerment, Income Generation, Educational activities and to promote th health status of community people through community participation.

Project

Well Being Society

To create Healthy, Knowledgeable and Well-Being Society

Working Areas

Activities


Current Project/Program Goal, Outcome, Output and Activities:

 

  1. Name of project: Realising the Rights of Children in Nepal through CSSP (Local Name: PAHUNCH)

Goal:

  • Reduced child poverty in Nepal.

Outcome:

  • Improved well-being of children in the CSSP project area.

Output:

Output 1: Improved access of children, their caregivers and other eligible people to existing social protection schemes in a transparent and accountable way.

Output 2: Improved functioning of service providers in delivering quality services relevant for CSSP.

Output 3: Strengthened child protection system at municipal and district level relevant for social protection.

Output 4: Enhanced child sensitivity of social protection recipients, their households and the community.

Output 5: Improved government policies and provisions for Child Sensitive Social Protection

Project Activities:

  • Support Social Protection Eligible Access the schemes,
  • Support social protection eligible people to access the schemes,
  • Training/capacity building and handholding support to implement the child sensitivity packages,
  • One day child sensitive parenting orientation program for parents,
  • Child Sensitive Parenting Classes,
  • Support schools to improve pychosocial and emotion wellbeing of children at school,
  • Support for underweight children/families to reduce malnutrition,
  • Capacity building of health post staff on growth monitoring and advise parents on nutrition,
  • Supplementary food (Super flour) support to targeted child grant beneficiaries,
  • MEAL approach implementation( training and workshop),
  • Develop IEC materials,
  • Training on VERSP MIS for municipality staff, including how to keep data safe to protect loss of information in the event of a disaster,
  • Support municipalities to organize public hearings (like Sajha Sawal) on social protection,
  • Meeting/Capacity building of health post staff on importance of growth monitoring and advising in the case of malnutrition,
  • Child Advisory Committee Meeting and Visit (Municipal level),
  • Local Disaster Climate Mapping Plan (LDCMP) preparation,
  • Program Implementation Advisory Committee (PIAC) meeting and monitoring visist of province and municipal level,
  • Social Protection Policy preparation,

 

  1. Name of Program: Sponsorship (Sammunati).

 

Goal:

  • All children in the impact area are healthy and educated and become nurturing caregivers and positive contributors to society.

Outcome:

Outcome 1: Increased use of key MNCHN practices and services.

Outcome 2: Improved child development outcomes and caregiving knowledge and practices for children 0-5 years.

Outcome 3: Improved learning outcomes for all children through quality basic education.

Outcome 4: Improved learning and development outcomes for all boys and girls, which includes improved health and nutrition related knowledge, attitudes, practices and behaviours.

Outcome 5: Adolescents are equipped to make a healthy and successful transition through puberty to young adulthood.

Outcome 6: Parents/care-givers have sufficient income at all times to meet the essential needs of their children for survival, learning and protection

Sub Outcome 1.1: Increased access and availability of key Maternal and New-born Health (MNH) services and supplies for mothers/women of reproductive age (15-45) and new-borns

Sub Outcome 1.2: Improved quality of key MNH services for mothers/women of reproductive age (15-45) and neonates

Sub Outcome 1.3: Improved knowledge and acceptance of key MNH practices and services.

Sub Outcome 1.4: Improved the Enabling Social and Policy Environment for Key MNH services

Sub Outcome 2.1: Increased availability of and access to centre and non-centre based early learning opportunities including community and parenting programs that support girls and boys, especially the most deprived

Sub Outcome 2.2: Improve the quality of early learning environments - in centres and in homes.

Sub Outcome 2.3: Leverage existing thematic platforms and integrate ECCD activities into cross-sectoral programming, including in health, nutrition, education and community.

Sub Outcome 2.4: Improve local, regional, and/or national policies, capacities and resources for sustainable large-scale early childhood care and development

Sub Outcome 3.1: All children have access to appropriate education pathways.

Sub Outcome 3.2: Learning environments are physically safe and support children's well-being, they are inclusive and gender sensitive, promote active learning, and meaningfully engage children and their families.

Sub Outcome 3.3: Classrooms and communities are focused on improving learning equity and learning outcomes.

Sub Outcome 3.4: Improve local, regional, and/or national policies, capacities and resources for sustainable large-scale basic education.

Sub Outcome 4.1: Increased availability, access and use of health, hygiene, and nutrition services for all school-age children.

Sub Outcome 4.2: Improved quality of the school environment to promote health, hygiene, well-being and safety.

Sub Outcome 4.3: Improved opportunities for increasing health related knowledge, attitudes, practices and behaviours through classroom, peer-led and community outreach interventions.

Sub Outcome 4.4: Increased

Sub Outcome 5.1: Increased availability and accessibility of adolescent-friendly services and opportunities

Sub Outcome 5.2: Improved quality of services and opportunities for adolescents.

Sub Outcome 5.3: Improve knowledge, attitudes, skills, and self-efficiency of adolescents

Sub Outcome 5.4: Improve social and policy environment

Sub Outcome 6.1: Increased availability and accessibility of poor family friendly livelihood services and opportunities.

Sub Outcome 6.2: Improved quality of livelihood services and opportunities for parents and care givers

Sub Outcome 6.3: Enhanced capacities, skills and knowledge of parents and caregivers

Sub Outcome 6.4: Strengthened social and policy environment for the most deprived parents and caregivers

 

Project Activities:

MNH:

  • Renovation of health facilities/BCs (water supply, toilet, placenta pit construction),
  • Essential equipment support to BC/BEONC,

SHN:

  • Renovation/construction and material support to schools (Toilet, water supply and hand washing facilities),
  • MHM training to adolescents girls/female teachers,

Early Childhood Care & Development:

  • ECCD construction leveraging with municipality,
  • Conduct transitional ECCD center in community,
  • Sitting arrangement support to ECCD centers,
  • ELM related materials support to ECCD centers,
  • ECCD  teachers training on ELM,

Basic Education:

  • Classroom renovation support-grade one,
  • Classroom management support for LB/NB-Grade One,

Adolescent Development:

  • Formation/reformation of child club and networks,
  • Support to conduct Child-led Promotional Activities,
  • CRC training on role, responsibilities, CR, CP, CHP, ACM, Referral/Case Management etc,
  • Leadership Management Training to child clubs,

Child Sensitive Livelihood:

  • Vegetable farming support,
  • Goat Keeping support,

 

  1. Name of Project: Better Health, Better Future.

 

Goal:

  • Improve nutritional status of children under 5 years of age and reproductive health status of adolescents and young women.

Outcome:

Outcome 1: Prevent malnutrition among children under 5 years of age through nutritional education to mothers and family members.

Outcome 2: Decrease case of early marriage and early pregnancy,

Outcome 3: Dignified motherhood to prevent maternal morbidity specifically uterine prolapse among young mothers through SRH education,

Outcome 4: Increase local community participation for claiming social security provisions available through local government and other agencies,

Outcome 5: Improve Kitchen garden of marginalized household.

Project Activities:

  • Support Social Protection eligible to access the schemes,
  • Orientation to pregnant women and parents whose children is under 5 year age about PoP and nutrition,
  • Support for underweight children/families to reduce malnutrition (Demonstration of nutrition food in local Hatiya, Nutrition package support to the needy and poor family, Nutrition Fair awareness rising/demonstration program),
  • Training/orientation to the FCHV of rural municipality/Capacity building of health post staff on PoP including the purpose of Ring Pessary,
  • Training on Kitchen Garden for pregnant women and Household with Malnourished Children (Revolving fund for Kitchen Garden),
  • Interaction with Mother group on POP,
  • Formation of Married/unmarried Adolescent Girls group for My First Baby (MFB) awareness (ward level),
  • Orientation on uterine prolapse and the gender based violence to school and community adolescent girls,
  • Awareness raising/support to conduct promotional activities on Anti Child Marriage Campaign with rural/municipality level,
  • Awareness rising activities on nutrition (wall painting, street drama, Hoarding board set up),

Community Family Welfare Association

Janakpur, Dhanusha

Past  activities Projects / Programs (Phase Out)

Project Title Donors Key Activities Project Place Period Total Project Cost Target Group
Health Education & Adult Literacy (HEAL) World Education • Basic Adult literacy class.
• Post literacy class
VDCSinurjoda,Thadijhijha,Kaurtha,Lohana,Deodiha & JNP -12 2059 Chaitra to 2062 Mansir (6 month) 4,84,391.33 15 to 45 years illiterate women.
Girls Access to Education( GATE) World Education • Adolescent classes
• School enrolment to dropout girls
VDC Kanakpatti, Sinurjoda, Mansingpatti, Paudeshwar ,Thadi Jhijha, Ghodghas , JNP 2060 Jesth to 2060 Phalgur ( 9 month) 5,59,930.07 10 to 14 years out of School Girls.
Brighter Future (Girls Access to Education ) World Education • Non Formal Education Class Conducted. Thadijhijha, Janakpur Municipality 2060 Jestha to 2060 Magh 82,913.60 10 to 14 years worst form of child labor girls.
Radio Listener Group CARE Nepal • Formation of radio listeners groups
• Group meeting conduction
VD C Kanarpatti, Prako Mahuwa, Laxmipur Bagewa, Mansingpatti, Deodiha, Thadhijhijha , Sinoorjoda ,Phulgama & JNP -12. 2060 Mansir to 2061 Mansir (1 year ) 550,740.00 15 to 45 years illiterate women.
Post Literacy World Education • Life skills classes conduction
• Behavior change through participants of classes
VDCSinurjoda,Thadijhijha,Kaurtha,Lohana,Deodiha & JNP -12 2061 Baisakh to 2061Aasar 73,888.00 15 to 45 years new lliterate women.
Sad Baybhar Swastha Pariwar ( SSP) Indreni Service Society / Save the Children/ US • Participatory Learning & Action Class conducted.
• Radio Listener Group Conducted
• Partner Define Quality (PDQ) process.
• Promotional Activities for VSC
VDC Lagama,Phulgama , Ghodghas, Sapahi, Mahendranagar ,Tarapatti , Bengasihapur , Varathpur ,Umaprempur , Khajuru & Pra khe Mahuwa 2061 Jestha to 2063 Asoj .(2.4 years ) 36,96,653.00 15 to 45 years illiterate marginalized & Muslim women
Radio Listener Group (RHP) World Education • Radio Listen in group.
• Group discussion.
VD C Kanarpatti, Prako Mahuwa, Laxmipur Bagewa, Mansingpatti, Deodiha, Thadhijhijha , Phulgama & JNP -12. 2062 Baisakh to 2063 Baisakh(1 year ) 610,762.00 15 to 45 years illiterate women.
Health Education & Adult Literacy (HEAL) World Education • Basic class conduction
• Post literacy class - Non Formal Education Class Conducted.
VDC Basahiya , Depura Rupaitha 2062 Baisakh to 2062 Asoj . 149,347.00 15 to 45 years illiterate women
Brighter Future ( Girls Access to Education ) World Education • Non Formal Education Class Conducted. VDC Basahiya,Bahuarwa, Deodiha, Dhalkewar,Hariharpur,Bengadabur,Naktajhijh 2062 Jestha to 2062 Phalgun 5,59,930.07 10 to 14 years out of School Girls
Health Forum ( Learning Circle ) World Education • Health Module discussion among mothers group . VDC Kanarpatti, Prako Mahuwa, Laxmipur Bagewa, Basahiya, Deodiha, Bahuarwa & Phulgama . 2062 Jestha to 2063 Jestha 384,930.00 Mothers Groups.
Vocational & Apparent ship Training World Education • Skill training conducted like as Laha Bangle designing Motorbike repairing , Swing & Cutting ,Radio ,T.V. Repairing . VDC Godar, Naktajhijh, & Dhalkewar . 2062 Asoj to 2062 Chaitra ( 6month) 160,000.00 New literate child labour.
Health Education & Adult Literacy (HEAL) World Education • Non Formal Education Class Conducted . VDC Ghodghas , Prako Mahuwa & Bahuarwa 2062 Falgun to 2062 Bhadra 151,747.00 15 to 45 years illiterate women
Health Forum (Learning Circle ) World Education • Health Module discussion among mothers group . VDC Dhanauji , Jhojhi kataiya , Pra ko mahuwa , Lohana , Ghodghas , Depura rupaitha , Lagama ,Nagrain , Tulsiyahi Nikas , Tulsiyahi Jabadi , Bahedabela , Mukiypatti Musharniya 2062 Falgun to 2063 Falgun 6,77,260.00 Mothers Groups.
Sansthagat Digo Pariwartan(SANDEEP ) Srijana Community Development Center / Save the Children /US • Good Governance & Leadership Development.
• Financial Management.
• Resource Mobilization.
• Operational Management
• Human Resource Development
In Organization (Community Family Welfare Association) December 2004 to September 2008 910,430.00 Executive Members & Staffs
Brighter Future Girls Access to Education (GATE) World Education • Non Formal Education Class Conducted. Godar , Newtoli , Barmajhiya , Bharatpur , Umaprempur , Puspwalpur , Mahendranagar . 2063 Asoj to 2064 Asadha 265,714.00 10 to 14 years Worst Form of Child Labour .
Health Forum (Learning Circle ) World Education • Health Module discussion among mothers group. VDC Parbaha , Lakhauri , Aurhi , Itharwa ,Duhabi , Thadijhijha , Khajuri ,Prakhe Mahuwa . 2063 Asadha to 2064 Asar 3,66,564.00 Mothers Groups .
Post Literacy World Education • Non Formal Education Class Conducted. VDC Bahuarwa , Prako Mahuwa ,Godhghas 2063 Kartik to 2063 Magh 97,548.67 15 to 45 years new lliterate women
Health Education & Adult Literacy (HEAL ) World Education • Non Formal Education Class Conducted. VDC Dhalkewar , Bengadawar , 2063 Asadha to 2063 Push 2,02,329.33 15 to 45 years illiterate women
Street Theater CARE Nepal • Street Theater Presentation. 36 Places in Dhanusha District. 2063 214,265.00 General Public
VPD Surveillance CARE Nepal • House Hold Survey. 16 VDC in Dhanusha District which lies in India Boarder. 2063 Asadha to Srawan 115,540.00 Border Areas VDC
Parents Teachers Association World Education • 2 days Orientation.
• Financial Support for Income Generating.
Primary School Kemlipur , Primary School Dhalkewar , Primary School Sripur , Madan Yasrit Primary School Bengadawar , Janta Primary School Jomnibas , Akhilishwar nath Primary School Akaura , Lower Secondary Kuwa Rampur , Sri Janta Lower Secondary School Hariharpur , BMB Secondary School Bahuarwa , Sarbajanik Secondary School Dhalkewar 2063 Bhadar to 2063 Srawan 380,200.00 PTA members