Nepal

Hausala: Empowering Adolescent Girls Baseline Report

Care Nepal, an International non‐Government organization, is implementing Hausala; project that is  designed to empower the girls from Dalit and marginalized communities in the two districts (Rupandehi  and Kapilvastu) of western terai of Nepal. The project goal is to ensure that Adolescent Girls in Nepal  have Better Life Opportunities. The project aims to create an environment in which marginalized  adolescent girls can build their capabilities to pursue opportunities & realize their aspirations. The  project aims to achieve its objectives by providing access to accelerated learning programs for  marginalized & socially excluded adolescent girls (especially those from Dalit, Muslim and other  marginalized communities in the project area) who have either dropped‐out or never been to school.  Nepal Evaluation and Assessment Team (NEAT) supported CARE Nepal to conduct the baseline study.  Read More...

Baseline Study Report Stronger Communities and Safer Habitat: Promoting Self-Recovery Project

The goal of the project is to increase the number of newly built or rebuilt houses that incorporate Building Back Safer (BBS) methods in (re)construction as well as to support in broader community Disaster Risk Reduction processes. Expected Results of the project are: Result 1: Men and women artisans have increased knowledge and skills of earthquake resistant construction techniques; Result 2: Men and women responsible for rebuilding or overseeing building of their own homes have increased access to information on BBS and more choices on home design that meet building code; and Result 3: Resilience of affected communities is strengthened, including their capacity to plan and implement development and disaster risk reduction projects at community level with appropriate linkage to District Level Plans.
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Atmanirbhar Project Impact Assessment Report

Implemented between December, 2014 to February 2017 with three months no cost extension, the project targeted newly married adolescent girls and women, women from ethnic and religious minority (Muslim women), groups and poorest strata of women of upper castes in the project VDCs Chhotkiramnagar, Rayapur, Semara, Thu. Pipaharahawa, Maryadpur, Bairghat, Ekala and Tenuhawa. The VDCs are located in mid-western and southern (Murchwar area) part of Rupandehi district. Atamnirbhar project focused to entrepreneurships skills development of women which has economically empowered to women and supported for the institutionalization of the seven cooperatives in project VDCs. These Women Agriculture Cooperatives are directed towards creating the sustainable rural employment, too. The main objective of the project was to make 1500 women members in 8 different women led saving & credit cooperatives and to create enabling-business environment to start up high growth potential women friendly micro business. It had of which 600 will be capable to run their own micro entrepreneurs.
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Civil Society Support to the right to food

This 32 page document highlights the findings from the first round of the Civil Society Support to the Right to Food project, funded by the Danish government. The project partnered with the Nepali organizations: Community Self Reliance Center, National Land Rights Forum, Right to Food Network Nepal, and the National Farmers’ Group Federation. The project reached 23,000 people directly with $2.5 million from 2013-2017. Read More...

Impact assessment atmanirbhar

This 69 page document highlights impacts from the Atamanirbhar project in Rupanedhi that focuses on ... Read More...

Hc nepal-report-final apr2016

This 33 page report looks as results from the entire humanitarian cluster's interventions after the ... Read More...

Caut-ada, sakcham iii final evaluation report, nepal

This 105 page document describes the results of the Sakcham III project Read More...

Unnati endline

This 59 page document highlights findings from the endline evaluation of CARE Nepal's Unnati project... Read More...

Unnati midterm evaluation

This 55 page report covers impacts at the mid-term of CARE Nepals UNNATI project focusing on improve... Read More...

DIPECHO Samadhan Final Evaluation

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