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ANNUAL REPORT
Annual Report 2009

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DWO Jumla District Branch

DWO Jumla district branch is one the most remote and under developed districts in Nepal. It has several years of project implementation experience. The Poverty and Caste based discrimination is widespread in this district. It has proven experience in the areas of empowerment, child development and education, livelihood and poverty eradication.


Projects

S.N.

Project title

Project Status

Theme Area

Purpose

1

Stepping together for Education Program (STEP)

Completed Education Increase quality education, organizational capacity, and protection of children and youth in Jumla, in particular for girl children, Dalits, and children with disabilities.
2

Community Empowerment for Poverty Alleviation

Completed Economic Empowerment To end the poverty among Dalit and other marginalized group in Nepal. To strengthen and support vulnerable groups regarding income, capacity, knowledge about improved and new technologies and forming community organization and social mobilization.
3

Upliftment of Community Livelihood in Jumla

Ongoing Economic Empowerment To enable poor women, Dalit, Janajatis and Vulnerable groups to gain access to resources for their productive self-employment, to encourage them to undertake income-generation activities for poverty alleviation and improved quality of life.
4

Karnali Quality Education in Jumla

Completed Education To ensure children's right to education, empowerment and create safe and protective environment by collaboration with governmental structure
5

Jumla Education Program

Ongoing Education With a focus on Dalit, poor women, the indigenous, and other marginalized communities, the projectís aim is to improve school management, make schools more student-focused and child-friendly, increase attendance of girl children in primary education, and improve education for children under 5 years.

 
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