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General Introduction of the Organization

Social Service Centre (SOSEC), Dailekh is one of the non-political and non-profitable social organization which has been founded in 2054 B.S. with the goal of serving the backward people in the remote and undeveloped communities of Dailekh district. The organization tries to play the vital role in the social cultural and economic development of the community. SOSEC is the result of the ambition and enthusiasm some adventures Dailekhi youths who are always dedicated in the prosperity of community. By analyzing the fact that only governmental offices can not do all the of developmental work, and some efforts should be done by the civil society for the development of the community the organization has been performing different activities related to human right health, education, sanitation & agriculture with the partnership of different bilateral, Multilateral and other donor agencies that launch the program only for the disadvantage and back warded communities. SOSEC considers that the community should be active and cleaver for their development. The development of a community depends on the activeness of the community.

Legal status of the organization :

SOSEC has been registered in DAO Dailekh with the registration No-59-054/055 on 11th bhadra 2054 with in Organization Registration Act. 2035. Similarly it has been affiliated in Social Welfare Council with the affiliation No-6099-054/055 and registered in NGO Federation with Reg. No Dai-3-MDR- 054/55. SOSEC has also been registered in PAN with No 300965292.

Vision

  • There will have been the construction of equitable society with the establishment of empowered organization to play effective & vital role in the integrated development of the community.

Mission :

  • To improve the educational, health, economic and Right aspect of the women, Dalit, Janajaties, Children and poor with the help of social mobilization and peoples participation.

Goal

  • To improve the educational, health and economic condition of the target groups by centralizing the social inclusion.
  • To make access to the right by enhancing capacity of class of people lacking right.
  • To increase the institutional capacity of the organization by emphasis on human resource development.

Objectives :

  • Increase income through mobilization of local fund.
  • Professionally Development & Promotion of agriculture & forestry, livestock & touristy Places in local level.
  • Development of need based local infrastructures with the co-ordination of different line agencies.
  • Sustainable development of the organization by capacity development of the human resources in the organization.
  • Public awareness in the community level to reduce the gender & caste discrimination prevailing in the community.
  • Work as the means of transformation by organizing the mobile health camp & increasing awareness in the community on reproductive health, community health as well as HIV/AIDS.
  • Increase employment status in the local level by focusing on the development of local skills based on the demand of market.
  • Endeavor for the humanly help to the natural disaster & conflict affected community by increasing the awareness on human right protection.
  • Conduct the non-formal education program to reduce the illiteracy.
  • Publication of leaflets, booklets and conduction of community radio for the awareness of the community.

Value & Norms

  • Social Equality
  • Peoples participation
  • Transparency
  • Neutrality

 

Target Group/Right holders

      SOSEC considers the following communities, the target communities

  • Women, Dalit, Janajati, DAG(Poor) & Children, Youth

Thematic Area of Working

SOSEC Dailekh has the following thematic area of working:

  • Social mobilization for rightv      Human Right Advocacy, Good governance
  • Poverty Reduction through Livelihood Improvement
  • Community Micro-infrastructure construction
  • Income Generation Activities conduction in mobilization local fund
  • Humanly & Rapid Support to Conflict & natural Disaster Affected Community
  • HIV/AIDS Issuev      Health & Sanitation, safer motherhood, Nutrition, ARI, Diarrhea etc.
  • Education & Child Right
  • Clime Change Issue

3.       Guideline Principles

  • The prioritization of the program should match the goals & objectives of the organization.
  • Female focused activities should be conducted who are considered as the means of change.
  • Priority should be given to the gender poor and caste focused program.
  • Development should be according the interest of the people by the leaderships of the community.
  • Each activity of the development should cover the opportunities produced out of geographical and cultural diversities.
  • Awareness raising and institutional development activities should be conducted to develop the independency and common feeling in the community.
  • The working strategy of the organization should be dynamic in accordance to the time.
  • Sharing of participatory working strategy should be done in district or community level.

4.       Working Modality

SOSEC Dailekh Works in the community by focusing on the interest and needs of the community by raising the social economic and cultural status of the community to fulfill its own goals and objective. SOSEC encourages the community to work for themselves to raise their status. SOSEC encourages in participatory planning and prioritization as well as focuses on the prioritized implementation of the activities. The working modality of SOSEC can be show in given Chart.


 
5.       Partnership & Coordination

SOSEC, Dailekh has been working in the community since its establishment with harmonious partnership and coordination with different line agencies. SOSEC has made partnership with different governmental and non governmental agencies. At first SOSEC started working in the partnership with Rawatkot & Bhairkalikathum VDC, and now have conducted different activities in the harmonious partnership of with Asian Development Bank (ADB), Poverty Alleviation Fund (PAF) Nepal, CECI/SAHAKARYA, Action Aid Nepal (AAN), Save the Children US, Social Awareness Centre (SAC) Nepal, Save the Children Norway, Save the children international,  Helvatas (LLINK, SKILL, WARM-P, LILI & LIVE)  Nepal, Oxfam, Rural Village Water Resource Management Project (RVWRMP)/Finish International Development Agency (FINIDA), Nepal Water For Health (NEWA)/CONCERN, Rural Drinking Water & Sanitation Development Board (FUND BOARD)l, UNICEF, RAP/DFID, CSP/Care Nepal. AEI/TDH Germany India Program,

6.       Field of Specialization

SOSEC the organization which has been working in the community for ten years in the sector of community development has thought own self the specialization in following aspect:

  1. Gender Concept & Development.
  2. Health education, formal & non formal education.
  3. Drinking water supply & sanitation, safer motherhood, Nutrition, ARI, Diarrhea etc.
  4. Infrastructure Development & irrigation management.
  5. Income generation program, Food security, Community development.
  6. Enterprises Development & Market Co-relation
  7. HIV/AIDS/STI
  8. Natural Resources Management.
  9. Child development, Clime change issue, Women, Dalit & Child Right.
  10. Survey, Design, Cost estimate & Supervision.
  11. Conflict Management, Support for Disaster management.
  12. Institutional Capacity building.
  13. Good governance, Youth & Right To food

7.       Human Resource

Six sectors has been managed based on the VMGO and the programs of SOSEC Dailekh each section has been handled by section chief and necessary other posts have been managed under these sections. The section chiefs have been mobilized and guided by executive Director. All the staffs are responsible to the ED and ED is responsible to Executive committee. Executive Director prepares proposals, monthly , Quarterly, Semi-Annual and annual report of the organization and submit to the related agency with the support of section chief similarly ED handless the daily administrative work of the organization. Some times consultants are also recruited and mobilized the human resource are not sufficient for the program.

8.       Organizational management

SOSEC Dailekh has clear vision for organizational management. The roles and responsibility of each section has been clearly defined general Assembly is the highest paint of the organization Executive Committee has been elected in each 2 years in the general Assembly. The executive committee leads and guides the organization regular monitoring and evaluation of the programs for the better implementation, guideline provide and decision making are the activities done by the executive committee. to lead the organization towards the good governance different sub-committee like, Management Sub-committee, Monitoring Sub- committee, Procurement Su-committee, physical assets supervision Sub-committee organizational development sub-committee and recruitment sub-committee.

9.       Finance/Account/Audit

SOSEC, Dailekh collects resourced from membership fees late fee, ODF Provide by the staffs, and other service fee, as well as overhead & management expenses provided by the donor agencies. The collected fund is mobilized for the Capacity development of the members and staffs of the organization. All the transaction is made by cheque from bank. The expenses bill voucher and receipt are submitted to the subjective sub-committee and endorsement to the executive committee. The executive committee checks whether the expenses are real or not and approved. Account has been managed in the stander format of accountancy of Nepal government. Different formats have been developed to manage the account properly. Internal audit has been made twice a year and external audit once year by CA or registered auditor recruited by the general assembly of the organization. Audit report and annual progress report is submitted to concerning support/donor agency, social welfare council and other stakeholders. Now spread sheet has been developed and used for the proper management of account report. Annually organization social audit conduct.

10.   Resource collection

The necessary resources for the better implementation of program are collected from following sources:

  • Entrance, Membership and renew fee
  • ODF Support Service fee
  • Support from government, Semi government and INGO/NGOs
  • Support from private and personal sector.

11.   Policies and guidelines in SOSEC

Different policies and guidelines have been developed to lead the organization towards the good governance. The policies and guidelines in the SOSEC are as below:

  • Constitution of the organization.
  • Staff Management policy.
  • Finance Management policy.
  • Strategic policy.
  • J.D of Executive member, staffs and member of sub-committee.
  • Operational management guidelines.
  • Partnership policy.
  • Human resource management guideline.
  • Communication guidelines.
  • Resource Mobilization Policy.
  • Staff orientation policy.
  • BOG of SOSEC      Anti corruption policy.

12.   Internal Management System

SOSEC has followed different legal process and organizational practice for the management and mobilization of human, physical economic communication and technology of the organization for the internal management of organization following practices has been done:

  • Semi-Annual & Annual Review of organization (PPRP)
  • Annual organization Social Audit
  • Tax clearance certificate.
  • PAN
  • Regular Tax Payment.
  • Regular annual general assembly
  • Regular board meeting.
  • Monthly staffs meeting.
  • Regular Inter Sect oral Staff Meeting of Senior Staffs
  • Procurement by quotation & tender
  • Half annual internal audit
  • Annual external audit
  • Annual physical asset supervision
  • Social Audit Program & Activity
  • Orientation to staffs about the rules and regulation of program as well as origination.

13.   SOSEC Geographical working area

Dailekh, Kalikot, Jajarkot,Surkhet & achham


 

14.    Work Experience of the organization

Details of Program Conducted in FY -064/065

SN

Name of Project

Working Area

Supporting Agency

No. of CO

Beneficiaries HHS & Population by Project

Re.

HHs

Population

Dalit

Janajati

Other

Total

Female

Male

Total

1

Integrated Community Development Project (ICDP)

Salleri, Bindhyabasini, Rakamkarnali, Peepalkot & Singhsain VDC

Poverty Alleviation Fund (PAF), Nepal

56

702

342

884

1928

6132

6164

12296

2

Water Use Master Plan Preparation Program (WUMP)

Lalikand VDC

DDC Dailekh/RVWRMP/FINIDA

52

60

47

689

796

2333

2470

4803

3

Rural Village Water Resources management Project (RVWRMP)

Lalikand VDC

DDC Dailekh/RVWRMP/FINIDA

2

12

0

204

216

674

680

1354

4

Stepping Together fir Education Program (STEP)

Rakamkarnali, Singhsain, Tilepata, Singaudi, Satala & Tolijaisi

Save the Children Norway /SAC Nepal

5

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

5

Sanstagat Digo Parobartan Program (SANDEEP)

Organization

Save the Children USAID/SAC Nepal

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

Equity & Access Program

Rawatkot, Badalamji, Dullu, Paduka, Bhairikalikathum, Chamunda, Nepa & Naulekatuwal

ActionAid Nepal

160

1522

109

2098

3729

3729

0

3729

7

Women & Dalit Empowerment Project

Rawatkot, Badalamji, Bhairikalikathum, Chamunda, Bansi, Lakandra, Tolijaisi & Satala

LLINK/helvatas Nepal

115

835

160

1280

2275

7307

7297

14604

8

Liunde Self Reliance Drinking Water Health Education & Sanitation Program

Bansi

WARM-P/helvatas Nepal

1

79

9

97

185

405

314

719

9

Goat Borrowing Program

Naulekatuwal, Kalika & Lakandra

District Livestock Development Office

20

110

40

0

150

370

382

752

10

Vocational Sill Development Training

All over the district

LLINK/helvatas Nepal, SKILL Helvetas Nepal, DFID/CSP

0

100

44

44

188

80

108

188

11

Community Health Program/SPJP

Dullu, Gamaudi, Chhiudipushakot, Malika & Gauri

CECI/SAHAKARYA Nepal

2

766

425

2120

3311

9240

9255

18495

12

Rural Drinking Water & Sanitation Program Development Phase

Chamunda & Badalamji

Rural Drinking Water & Sanitation Board Development Committee

4

66

0

99

165

568

570

1138

13

WASH Campaign

Badakhola, Bansi, Rawatkot, Badalamji,

chamunda, Bhairikalikathuma, Nepa, Paduka, Naulekatuwal, Layantibindrasaini, Jambukandh, Rakamkarnali, Pipalkot, Tilepata

UNICEF, Save The Children

192

2566

289

3789

6644

5857

5785

11642

14

Rural Access Program(RAP2)

Singsain and Tilepata

Rural Access Program/WSP/Helvetas/DFID

47

198

50

692

940

2410

2409

4819

15.

Child Care Practice Innovation Research Program

Raute are not residential ethnic

Save The Children

2

0

0

0

42

76

59

135

Total

658

7016

1515

11996

20569

39181

35493

74674

658

  

 

 

Whole Experience of the Organization (Past to Now)

SN

Name of Project

Date

Supporting Agency

No of Group

Total Budget of Project

Re.

From

To

1

Integrated Community Development Project (ICDP)

2063 Baishakh

Regular

Poverty Alleviation Fund(PAF) Nepal

56

2563703.00

2

Crop Diversification Project- Social and Economic Development

Mangsir 2060

Kartik 2063

Asian Development Bank/DADO Dailekh

82

10404004.00

3

Private Service Provider PSP-Potato Production Program

Magh 2060

Paush 2063

Asian Development Bank/DADO Dailekh

13

2738290.72

4

Women & Dalit Empowerment Project

2000 January

Regular

LLINK/Helvetas,  Nepal

115

6498673.67

5

Community Health Program(CHP)

2004 October

2007 March

CECI/SAHAKARYA Nepal

2

5233295.70

6

Sansthagat Digo Paribartan- SANDEEP

2005 December

2007 March

Save The Children USAID/SAC Nepal

0

1017248.44

7

Public Health Program for Sustainable Livelihood

2007 August

2007 June

Oxfam GB

0

1001718.86

8

Equity and Access Program(EAP)

2006 August

Regular

ActionAid Nepal

160

3001137.76

9

Humanly Support Program to Disaster Affected Community

2004 January

Regular

Dissastar Network

2

983219.00

10

Micro Hydro Project

2000 January

Regular

LLINK Helvetas

1177941.30

11

Goat Borrowing Project

2006 March

Regular

District Livestock Development Office Dailekh

20

150000.00

12

Marginalized group Support Program

2006 March

2007 August

DADO, Dailekh

25

0.00

13

Vocational Sill Development Training

2007 July

Regular

LLINK/helvatas Nepal, SKILL Helvetas Nepal, DFID/CSP

0

518615.00

14

Water Use Master Plan Preparation Program

2064 Jyestha

2064 Paush

DDC Dailekh/RVWRMP/FINIDA

2

214963.00

15

Rural Village Resource Management program

2064 Paush

Regular

DDC Dailekh/RVWRMP/FINIDA

2

284152.00

16

Liunde Self Reliance Drinking Water Health Education & Sanitation Program

2003 March

Regular

WARM-P Helvetas, Nepal

5

731317.00

17

Stepping Together for Education Program (STEP)

2008 April

Regular

Save the Children Norway /SAC Nepal

0

5502117.37

18

Sustainable Devlopment for Enviormnment Conservation Program

2063 Jestha

2064 Ashadh

Government of Nepal/Ministry of Population & Environment

0

125500.00

19

Rural Drinking Water & Sanitation Program Development Phase

2064 Ahash

2064 Falgun

Rural Drinking Water & Sanitation Board Development Committee

2

548510.00

20

Tipedi & Khamekhola Irrigation Program

2062 Mangshir

2063 Ashadh

LILI/helvetas Nepal

2

1662780.00

21

Drinking Water & Sanitation Program

2063 Magh

2064 Mangshir

Nepal Water For Health (NEWAH)/CONCERN

4

6698053.00

22

Self Reliance Drinking Water Health Education & Sanitation Program (Bijaura, Simada, Dhakane, Salkharka & Simada)

Jan 2004

Dec 2006

WARM-P Helvetas, Nepal

1

399277.00

23

WASH Campaign

jan 2009

December 2010

UNICEF/ SCN

196

24

Rural Access Program(RAP2)

Feb 2009

June 2010

Rural Access Program/WSP/Helvetas/DFID

47

25

Child Care Practice Innovation Research Program

August 2010

December 2010

Save the children

2

310000.00

26

CABA Program

October 2010

December 2010

Save the Children

300000.00

27

Sahakarya Experience in LGCDP Program

September 2010

March 2010

CECI Sahakarya

15.   Board Members & Staffs

List of Board Members

Name of Member

Profession

Nationality

Position

Years on the board

Mr Hira Singh Thapa Sub-engineer, (DDC/DTO) Nepali President 13 years
Mr. Bir Bahadur Nepali Agriculture Nepali Vice-President 9 years
Mr. Manju Kumari Khadka Teacher Nepali General Secretary 7 years
Mrs. Juni Thapa Teacher Nepali Treasure 5 year
Mrs. Gita Sunar Radio – Journalism Nepali Secretary 5 year
Mr. Bhupendra Pariyar Service in NGO Nepali Member 5 year
Ms. Dunesh BK Social Service Nepali Member 4 year
Mr. Harka B K Teacher Nepali Member 4 years
Mrs Krishna khadka Service in NGO Nepali Member 4 years
Mrs Rama Shreshtha Service in NGO Nepali Member 4 Years
Mrs. Tulchi Chapai Social Service Nepali Member 6 years

 

List of Existing Staffs

Contact Office, Dailekh Bazaar

SN Name Address Position Experience
1. Mr. Damber Karki Narayan Municipality-6, Dailekh Acting Executive Director/ Program Coordinator 7 years in Community Development and Organization Management.
2. Mr. Lok Parsad Subedi Jarbuta-1, Bastipur, Surkhet Accountant 3 Years in Finance Management
3. Mr. Tikaram Sapkota Narayan municipality -6 Dailekh Admin Assistant 5 years in Organization Management
4. Mrs. Shashi Shreshtha Narayan municipality -1 Dailekh Messenger 2 year in Organization Management

Integrated Community Development Project (ICDP)

SN Name Address Position Experience
1. Mrs. Durga Giri Badakl;amji-8 Dailekh Project Supervisor 5 Years in Community Development
2. Mr. Hikmat Majhi Majhi Rakamkarnali 8 Dailekh Social Mobilizer 3 Years in Community Development
3. Mr. Ganesh Bahadur Thapa Rawatkot 4 Vet. JTA 2 Years in Community Development
4. Mr. Gajendra Bahadur Shahi Bishalla Ass. Sub engineer 3 years in Community Infrastructure Dev program
5. Mr. Upendra Khanal Pipalkot Social Mobilizer 2 Years in Community Development
6. Mrs. Maya Ranamagar Dandaparajul 6 Dailekh Social Mobilizer 3 Years in Community Development
7. Mr. Purna Bahadur Shahi Singsain Social Mobilizer 3 Years in Community Development

 

Community Women and Dalit Empowerment Project

SN Name Address Position Experience
1. Mr. Man Bahadur Thapa Rawatkot 1 Dailekh Field Coordinator 8 years in Community Development and Dalit, Female Empowerment.
2. Mr. Mahendra Bahadur Thapa Rawatkot 6 Dailekh Motivator 3 Years in Community Development
3. Mr. Sher Bahadur BK Tolijaisi 4, Dailekh Motivator
4. Ms. Tulsi Nepali Chamunda 3 Dailekh Social Mobilizer 2 years in Community Development and Safer motherhood
5. Mr. Nim Bahadur Bhandari Malika 1 Ag/JTA 4 Years in Community Development and Agricultural Promotion.

 

CABA Program

 

SN Name Address Position Experience
1. Mr Man Bahadur Thapa Rawatkot 1 Dailekh Program Supervisor 10 Years Experience in Social Mobilization
2. Mrs. Laxmi Ban Sanyasi Badalamji 1 Dailekh ANM 3 Years Experience in HIV AIDS
3. Mrs Laxmi Shreshtha Narayan Municipality 1 Dailekh AHW 3 Years Experience in HIV AIDS

 

Rural Village Water Resources management Project (RVWRMP), lalikanda Dailekh

SN Name Address Position Experience
1. Mr. Navaraj Thapa Nauulekatuwal Dailekh Field Coordinator 5 years in Community Development
2. Mr. Resham Panta Kalbhairab 7 Dailekh Technical Promoter 3 years Drinking Water & Sanitation
3. Mr. Gaja Bahadur Shahi Bishalla Dailekh Technical Promoter 3 years Drinking Water & Sanitation

 

Social and Economic Development Program(SEDP) under RAP 2

SN Name Address Position Experience
1. Mr Jhakka Bahadur Bista Rawatkot 1 Dailekh Project coordinator 7 Year Experience in Social and Economic Development Sector
2. Ms. Yamuna Rana Kalbhairab 9 Dailekh Social Mobilizer 4 years in Community Development
3. Jitendra BK Rakmkarnali 1 Dailekh Social Mobilizer 4 years in Community Development

     

Action Research in Child care Practice in Raute Children

SN Name Address Position Experience
1. Khagendra Bahadur Shahi Singsain Dailekh Fascilititator 4 years in Community Development and 1 years in Research Program

      Stepping Together Education Program

SN Name Address Position Experience
1. Mr. Chakra Bahadur GC Kalbhairab-7, Dailekh Program Coordinator (support) 3  years in Finance Management, 2 years in organizational Development and 5 years in Community Development
2. Mr. Indra Bahadur Thapa Chhiudipusakot-4, Dailekh Social Mobilizer 5 years  in  community Mobilization
3. Mr. Birendra Majhi Rakamkarnali Dailekh Social Mobilizer 3 Years in  community Mobilization

WASH Program

SN Name Address Position Experience
1. Mr. Chakra Bahadur GC Kalbhairab-7, Dailekh Program Coordinator 3  years in Finance Management, 2 years in organizational Development and 5 years in Community Development
2. Mrs. Sita Rijal Rawatkot Social Mobilizer 5 years in community Health Program
3. Mrs Jibkumari Khadka Naulekatuwal Social Mobilizer 3 Years in  community Mobilization
4. Mrs. Ranjana Thapa Kalbhairab 8 Social Mobilizer 2 Years Experience in WASH related program
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