Place where student gets enlighten have been turned into debris after earthquake

Posted: February 14, 2017
Reshma Shrestha (MEAL officer, CIUD)

Tulasha Devi Primary School located at Kot Danda of Godwari Municipality was established in 2049 B.S. There are 27 students studying from class one to three.  The school was affected by the Earthquake of 2015. As the school was completely destructed by the Earthquake, school was not being able to conducted classes. Students have been displaced in the Temporary Learning Center nearby the school. All the students from class nursery to class 3 studies in combined so the students are not being able to get proper and quality education. 

Happiness! Impression of having toilet

Posted: February 14, 2017
Reshma Shrestha (MEAL officer, CIUD)

In front of my eyes I saw my house collapsing. It was built by my father and grandfather. Legacy that has been left to me remains no more,” recalled by Janak Lal Shrestha.

Psychosocial Training

Posted: August 4, 2016

A global experience shows that psychosocial support is crucial for the long-term recovery of earthquake survivors and their communities. Nepal is one of the highly earthquake vulnerable countries. After the earthquakes, Nepal started to see psychosocial support as one of the post-disaster priorities but felt the lack of proper training and counseling. 

Temporary Learning Centers (TLC)

Posted: August 4, 2016

“At least 950,000 children in Nepal will not be able to return to school, unless urgent action is taken to provide temporary learning spaces” – UNICEF, 2015

Steps towards Reconstruction

Posted: August 4, 2016

Sanu Bajracharya, 48, of Shankharapur Municipality Kathmandu District is one of the several victims of April 25th earthquake. Just as to many others, the natural calamity took many things from him. He was a son of a farmer and holding that profession till now. After the devastating earthquakes, Bajracharya’s family sheltered inside the tarpaulin sheet for three weeks, later he found a room to rent. He shifted there with his wife, son and daughter-in-law. But after a month of living in a rented room, the house owner asked him to move to another house as they needed that for themselves.

Case Stories : WASH Project

Posted: July 17, 2016

Revived Sanitation Journey - “Me and my family felt uncomfortable and ashamed to defecate in open place”

Sabita Parajuli, Age 31, Batal, Ugrachandi Nala VDC, Kavre District, Nepal 

Village Maintenance Worker Training at Nala

Posted: July 10, 2016

Under financial support of Water Aid Nepal and EAWAG, Nala WASH improvement project is being implemented in Nala. The situation of sanitation in the VDC has changed drastically along with change in behavioural aspect of Nala communities after the intervention of CIUD implemented WASH project. Ugrachandi Nala was declared ODF in 22 March, 2013 and Decentralized Waste Water Treatment System (DEWATS) came into operation in the same year.

National Sanitation Week at Nala

Posted: July 10, 2016

The National Sanitation Week was celebrated for 2 days under Nala Integrated WASH Project. It was celebrated in four schools of Nala, the schools were Prabhat Lower Secondary School, Arunodaya Primary School, Shree Nanda Devi Primary School and ChandeswariHigher Secondary School. The program was conducted by Mr. BiswanathShrestha, Ms. SandhyaRanjeet and Ms. Reecha Piya.

Menstrual Hygiene Day Celebrated at Kuntabesi

Posted: July 10, 2016

On the occasion of Menstrual Hygiene Day, two days program was conducted in Kuntabesi by CIUD with financial support of WaterAid. Essay Writing Competition was organized on the first day on the topic ‘Role of men in menstruation’ in which 23 students (both male and female) participated from the schools where CIUD is intervening WASH Project. One and half hour time was given to complete their essay and the word limit was 400. After Essay Writing Competition an orientation session was conducted by Ms. Reecha Piya on Menstrual Hygiene Management.

WaterAid UK Visits CIUD’s Project Sites at Kavre

Posted: April 28, 2016

Charlotte Flew from WaterAid UK, accompanied by WaterAid Nepal and CIUD team members, visited CIUD’s project sites at Kavre district. Ms Flew and the team observed a water supply scheme at Bulle in Nala. She also interacted with the members of the Bulle Water Users’ Committee and took the necessary information.


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