SOSEC_ICDP_PAF Report

  1. 1.         Introduction of Organization:                                                                                                  

1.1    General Introduction :

Social service centre (SOSEC), Dailekh is one of the non-political and non-profitable social organization which has been funded 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 Dailekh youth who are always dedicated in the prosperity of community. by analyzing the fact that only governmental offices cannot 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 now there are 1 Dalit female, 4 dalit male,  2 Janajati female 3 other female and 1 other male all 11 together member in the executive committee of the organization. SOSEC has 62 General Member and 47 Life Member.

1.2   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 institutional organization registration Act. 2054. Similarly it has been affiliated in social welfare council with the affiliation no-6099-054/055 and registered in NGO Federation Dailekh write reg. no.-03. SOSEC has also been registered in PAN with no 300965292.

                                                                                               

1.3   Vision:

To constructed the equitable society with the establishment of empowered organization to play effectives & vital role in the integrated development of the community.

1.4    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.

1.5   Goal:

To improve the educational, health and economic condition of the target groups by centralizing the social inclusion.

To access the people in the aspect of right who have no access in their right.

To increase the institutional capacity of the organization by emphasis on human resource development.

1.6   Objectives:

  • Increase income through mobilization of local fund.
  • Development of agriculture & forestry, livestock and small enterprises for the welfare of society.
  • Protection of environment, local resources and local indigenous knowledge.
  • With the co-ordination of different line agencies, development of need based local infrastructures.
  • Sustainable capacity building of human resources.
  • Promote institutional development and raise public awareness among people for collective action & self help.
  • Improvement of community health and reproductive health of rural people through mobile health camp, health campaign, training and public awareness programmes.
  • Increase employment opportunities through enhancement of local skill and technical know-how.
  • Support people that are suffer from conflict.
  • Publication of leaflets, booklets and establishment of community radio.
  • Aware the rural people about the present burning issues of HIV/AIDS, girl trafficking child labor, domestic violence etc.
  • Networking with the CBOs/NGOs/INGOs.

1.7    Value & Norms        

  • Social Equality
  • Peoples participation
  • Transparency
  • Neutrality

1.8    Target Group/Right holders

SOSEC considers the following communities, the target communities

  • Women, Dalit, Janajati, Poor & Children

 

2.   Program Background:

Dailekh is one of the poor and back-warded districts in mid-western development region of Nepal. Major problems of the district are social beliefs, illiteracy, traditional farming system, low industrial and skill development. Social Service Centre (SOSEC), which is working in the community since 2054 got the opportunity to work in the poorest, back warded and remote VDCs, Salleri, Bindhyabasini, Peepalkot, Rakamkarnali and Singhsain of Dailekh district with the co-ordination to FAF, Nepal. Integrated Community Development Project (ICDP) is a project conducted by SOSEC with the financial support of PAF since Baishakh 2063 with following goals and objectives.

 

2.1     Goal:

  • Poverty reduction of the target people of the proposed area through integrated community development project.

 

2.2     Objectives:

  • Motivate target people for group formation which helps in income generation activities operation through saving and credit facilities.
  • Provide access of the target people to the employment activities, service and facilities utilizing local resources through social mobilization for sustainable community development.
  • Develop different networks like agricultural groups, cooperatives, saving and credit groups etc.
  • Run community responsible support program based on community demand and priority for integrated community development.

 

2.3     Working Area:

Five VDCs of Dailekh district

  • Salleri
  • Bindhyabasini
  • Rakamkarnali
  • Singhsain
  • Peepalkot

 

2.4     Project Strategy:

  • Social Mobilization: Social mobilization work will be conducted in the field of group formation of economic and social sector. Saving and credit groups, women and Janajati agricultural groups, skill oriented groups formation will be done as needed.
  • Capacity building in terms of group strengthens: Training on groups’ management, leadership, development, cooperative formation, accounting and record keeping and gender will be given, as per demand training on skill development, agriculture work and others will be given.
  • Technical assistance as when needed (on the basis of demand): Technical assistance will be taken from District Domestic and Small Industry Development Committee, District Technical Office, District Agriculture Development Office, District Health Officer, District Drinking Water and Sanitation Office, Rural Energy Development Office, District Women Development Office. Prior to sub project proposal conducted to identity strength, weakness opportunity and threats of the project areas which will help on demand determination, Prioritization of demand and for feasibility study of the sup projects proposed by community as well as action work later. This PRA and group discussion with farmers will help on sup proposal preparation and there will be active facilitation of the social mobilizer of SOSEC on this work.
  • Linkage & Coordination: Conduction interaction workshop, settlement, ward, village, VDC, DDC, DADO, DHO, DCO & PAF.

2.5     Social Inclusion:

Social Inclusion is one of the major factors of Community Mobilization in this era, so our program ICDP has specially focused the excluded community with keeping the social harmony in the community. The communities who have been led behind since years must be led forward for the construction of equitable society. ICDP program’s major social inclusion strategies are as below:

  • The CO members (Target Community) are from poor, Dalits & Janajaties Community.
  • At least 80 percent of CO members are Females.
  • The Key Positions in the CO are hold by Dalits Janajaties & Females.

 

2.6     Operational Modality

ICDP Program’s Operational modality is as bellow:

  • Community Mobilization
  • Social Assessment
  • Selection of Cluster
  • Community Organization Formation
  • Sup- Project Proposal Preparation
  • Demand Driven Approach
  • Participatory Planning
  • Bottom up Approach
  • Direct Agreement between CO & PAF
  • Capacity Development
  • Income Generation
  • Community Infrastructure Development
  • Regular Monitoring & Evaluation

 

3         Social Mobilization:

Integrated community development project conducted by SOSEC Dailekh with the financial support of poverty alleviation fund (PAF), Nepal with the goal of reducing poverty that is hidden in the rural areas. Integrated community development project covers the remote and backward VDCs of Dailekh, Salleri, Bindhyabasini (in the first Phase), Rakamkarnali, Singhsain and Peepalkot (in the second Phase). The project has aimed to reduce the poverty in the concerning VDCs by social mobilization, income generation and infrastructure development.

 

3.1  Human Resources Mobilization:

Human Resources Mobilization is one of the main part of Social and mobilization and accomplishment of targeted achievements. Qualified and experienced human Resources have been mobilized in the working areas for the better implementation of the program and to provide qualitative services in the community to the target groups. The detail of the mobilized human resources is given below:

SN

Name of the staffs

Position

Qualification

Experience

Permanent Address

Duty Station

Re.

Mr. Dambar Bahadur Karki Project Coordinator B. A. 7 Years in Comm. dev. Narayan 6, Dailekh Project Area
Mr. Man Bahadur Thapa Supervisor I.Com. 13 years in comm. dev. Rawatkot 1, Dailekh Project Area
Mr. Rajendra Majhi Vet. JTA 10+2 with T.S.L.C (Vet) 3 year in comm. dev. Rakamkarnali-7, Dailekh Project Area and Rakamkarnali
Mr. Dilli Khanal Social Mobilizer B.Ed. Running 3 years in comm. dev. Singhsain, 8 Dailekh Singhsain
Mr. Santosh B.K. Social Mobilizer B.Ed. Running 4 years in comm. dev. Salleri-4, Dailekh Salleri Dalit
Mrs. Maya Rana Social Mobilizer B.Ed. Running 8 years in comm. dev. Dandaparajul, 6  Dailekh Bindhyabasini Female. Janajati
Mr. Lokendra B.K. Social Mobilizer 10+2 with T.S.L.C. (Vet) 5 years in comm. dev. Sattala – 4, Dailekh Pipalkot Dalit
Mr. Ammar Nepali Sub-Overseer 10+2 with T.S.L.C. 6 years in infra work Kalbhairab-2, Dailekh Project area Dalit

 

3.2     Community Organization (CO) Formation

Community Organizations (COs) can be called the backbone of our program. So it is necessary to form the CO in Local level. Community Organization has been considered as the institution in local level. All of the activities done in the working area must be done through CO. For the best implementation of the program CO facilitation is the most COs members are assisted in performing different activities as meeting conduction, revolving fund mobilization, saving collection and mobilization, livestock caring, agricultural promotion etc. by the staffs mobilized in the concerning duty station. After the VDC level and ward level interaction workshops we went to the settlement and interacted with the people from every household. Then we completed the social assessment form and analyzed it. After that we categorized the people in the community in to 4 groups and submitted the people having life standard “A, B, C” in our CO but we didn’t submit the people of D group in our CO. Among these people we prioritized the people of “A” group. Mainly women, dalit and janajaites have been enabled to take the responsible position in the CO. The detail of COs formation has been given below:

 

VDC: Bindhyabasini

SN

Name of CO

Social Categorization

Sex Categorization

Economic Categorization

D

J

O

T

D

J

O

T

A

B

C

D

T

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

1

Rainadevi CO Bindyabasini-1/2

8

15

3

26

6

2

11

4

2

1

19

7

15

6

5

0

26

2

Mandali CO, Bindyabasini-1/2

1

24

0

25

0

1

21

3

0

0

21

4

16

5

4

0

25

3

Pipal Chautari CO, Bindyabasini-3

13

0

17

30

7

6

0

0

14

3

21

9

13

8

9

0

30

4

Mastathan CO, Bindyabasini-3

32

0

0

32

25

7

0

0

0

0

25

7

32

0

0

0

32

5

Ghodadauni CO, Bindyabasini-6

6

0

16

22

6

0

0

0

16

0

22

0

10

0

12

0

22

6

Chetashil CO, Bindyabasini-8/9

12

0

12

24

10

2

0

0

9

3

19

5

11

7

6

0

24

7

Barpipal CO, Bindyabasini-9

2

2

21

25

2

0

2

0

21

0

25

0

7

6

12

0

25

8

Maibhagawati CO , Bindyabasini-8/9

6

0

21

27

15

5

0

0

6

1

21

6

10

7

10

0

27

9

Jagnatha CO, Bindyabasini-7/8

13

0

13

26

12

1

0

0

9

4

21

5

18

5

3

0

26

10

Radeu CO, Bindyabasini-5

26

0

8

34

19

7

0

0

5

3

24

10

25

5

4

0

34

11

Paltapani CO, Bindyabasini-4

7

0

25

32

7

0

0

0

23

2

30

2

7

8

17

0

32

12

Phoolbari CO, Bindyabasini-9

1

7

12

20

0

1

7

0

12

0

19

1

9

4

7

0

20

13

Janasewa CO, Bindyabasini-4

3

0

25

28

3

0

0

0

23

2

26

2

6

9

13

0

28

14

Samajsudhar CO, Bindyabasini- 6

4

0

15

20

3

1

0

0

25

6

28

7

1

12

6

0

20

15

Pariwartanshil CO, Bindyabasini-7

5

0

31

35

4

1

0

0

10

5

14

6

6

15

14

0

35

16

Shrijanshil CO Bindhyabasini 3

14

0

4

18

10

3

0

0

5

0

15

3

16

2

0

0

18

17

Janachetana CO Bindhyabasin 6

2

0

21

23

2

0

0

0

21

0

23

0

6

11

6

0

23

Total’A’

155

48

244

447

131

37

41

7

201

30

373

74

208

110

128

0

447

VDC: Salleri

SN

Name of CO

Social Categorization

Sex Categorization

Economic Categorization

D

J

O

T

D

J

O

T

A

B

C

D

T

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

1

Pragatishil CO Salleri-2

9

9

5

23

6

3

8

1

3

2

17

6

14

4

5

0

23

2

Bhairabsthan CO Salleri 1

6

18

0

24

2

4

14

4

0

0

16

8

9

8

7

0

24

3

Laligurasha  CO Salleri-3

2

28

0

30

2

0

27

1

0

0

29

1

10

15

5

0

30

4

Saraswati CO Salleri -2

0

1

26

27

0

0

1

0

23

3

24

3

8

11

8

0

27

5

Nava Sirjansil CO, salleri 4

2

28

15

45

2

0

27

1

9

6

38

7

16

17

12

0

45

6

Sirjansil CO Salleri- 4

20

5

27

52

18

2

5

0

27

0

50

2

10

18

24

0

52

7

Malika CO Salleri-5

10

2

22

34

9

1

2

1

21

0

32

2

13

11

10

0

34

8

Shivashakti CO Salleri 5

3

0

20

23

2

1

0

0

19

1

21

2

11

5

7

0

23

9

Lalkamal CO Salleri-6

0

0

27

27

0

0

0

0

23

4

23

4

6

19

2

0

27

10

Janasewa CO Salleri-7

6

0

16

22

6

0

0

0

15

1

21

1

10

7

5

0

22

11

Jagannath CO Salleri-7

4

0

25

29

2

2

0

0

17

8

19

10

10

19

0

0

29

12

Himalaya CO Salleri-8

18

14

7

39

13

5

3

11

7

0

23

16

24

14

1

0

39

13

Santoshi CO Salleri-9

6

24

1

31

3

3

18

6

1

0

22

9

19

8

4

0

31

14

Samajsudhar CO, Salleri-3

2

17

0

19

2

0

15

2

0

0

17

2

5

12

2

0

19

15

Panidhara CO, Salleri- 4

4

13

2

19

2

0

2

0

8

7

12

7

17

6

0

0

19

16

Pipaldanda CO, Salleri-8

28

0

7

35

23

5

0

0

3

4

28

7

13

20

2

0

35

17

Hariyali CO, Salleri-9

9

8

1

18

9

0

5

3

1

0

15

3

9

8

1

0

18

18

Dandagaun CO, Salleri-7

13

2

5

20

11

2

2

0

5

0

18

2

12

5

3

0

20

19

Samanta CO, Salleri-8

21

0

1

22

19

2

0

0

1

0

20

2

21

0

1

0

22

Total’B’

163

169

207

539

131

30

129

30

183

36

445

94

237

207

99

0

539

VDC: Rakamkarnali

SN

Name of CO

Social Categorization

Sex Categorization Population

Economic Categorization

D

J

O

T

D

J

O

T

A

B

C

D

T

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

1

Ramnikatiya CO  Rakamkarnali 4

31

0

1

32

28

3

0

0

1

0

29

3

18

12

2

0

32

2

Navasera CO Rakamkarnali 6

23

0

29

52

22

1

0

0

28

1

50

2

39

12

1

0

52

3

Kalika CO Rakamkarnali 1

0

0

22

22

0

0

0

0

18

4

18

4

9

10

3

0

22

4

Basundhara CO Rakamkarnali 2

25

0

16

41

25

0

0

0

14

2

39

2

27

10

4

0

41

5

Shivajee CO Rakamkarnali 3

10

0

20

30

9

1

0

0

17

3

26

4

15

13

2

0

30

6

Chetana CO Rakamkarnali 7

0

0

39

39

0

0

0

0

31

8

31

8

3

17

19

0

39

7

Pragatishil CO Rakamkarnali 5

7

0

22

29

3

1

0

0

23

2

26

3

8

18

3

0

29

8

Laliguransh CO Rakamkarnali 8

1

0

48

49

1

0

0

0

39

9

40

9

30

18

1

0

49

9

Sagaramatha CO Rakamkarnali 9

0

0

22

22

0

0

0

0

20

2

20

2

7

13

2

0

22

10

Dandakhal CO Rakamkarnali 1 & 2

9

0

21

30

9

0

0

0

20

1

29

1

18

9

3

0

30

11

Babaipani CO, Rakamkarnali-2

5

0

26

31

4

1

0

0

25

1

29

2

18

11

2

0

31

12

Barpeepal CO, Rakamkarnali-8

0

0

21

21

0

0

0

0

15

6

15

6

12

3

6

0

21

Total’C’

111

0

287

398

101

7

0

0

251

39

352

46

204

146

48

0

398

VDC: Singhsain

SN

Name of CO

Social Categorization

Sex Categorization Population

Economic Categorization

D

J

O

T

D

J

O

T

A

B

C

D

T

 

 

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

1

Mehelgaun CO Singhsain 4

47

0

4

51

45

2

0

0

4

0

49

2

48

3

0

0

51

2

Himalaya CO Singhsain 7

9

29

13

51

5

4

23

6

10

3

38

13

41

10

0

0

51

3

Raniba CO Singhsain 3 & 7

29

0

22

51

28

1

0

0

20

2

48

3

45

6

0

0

51

4

Ganesh CO Singsain 5

39

0

11

50

30

9

0

0

9

2

39

11

47

3

0

0

50

5

Bhairab CO Singhsain 8

37

0

13

50

30

7

0

0

10

3

40

10

43

7

0

0

50

6

Chautara CO Singhsain 9

33

8

8

49

24

9

7

1

5

3

36

13

39

10

0

0

49

7

Kalika CO Singhsain 6

17

0

26

43

12

5

0

0

22

4

34

9

25

14

4

0

43

8

Chandra Surya CO Singhsain 3

6

0

40

46

5

1

0

0

30

10

35

11

32

11

3

0

46

9

Sirjansil CO Singhsain 3

3

0

25

28

3

0

0

0

23

2

26

2

14

10

4

0

28

10

Bayaldhunga CO Singhsain 1

15

0

35

50

10

5

0

0

30

5

40

10

39

11

0

0

50

11

Bajthala CO Singasain 2

2

0

48

50

2

0

0

0

40

8

42

8

40

9

1

0

50

12

Samajyakata CO, Singasain-3

3

0

32

35

3

0

0

0

29

3

32

3

27

8

0

0

35

13

Hariyali CO, Singasain-3

0

0

27

27

0

0

0

0

24

3

24

3

18

9

0

0

27

14

Janakalyan CO, Singasain-9

18

0

19

37

15

4

0

0

16

3

30

7

22

11

4

0

37

15

Laganshil CO, Singasain-8

18

0

18

36

14

4

0

0

12

6

26

10

20

11

5

0

36

16

Sarswoti CO, Singasain-5

14

0

21

35

11

2

0

0

14

7

26

9

15

15

5

0

35

17

Malika CO, Singasain-1

4

0

31

35

0

4

0

0

25

6

25

10

15

12

8

0

35

18

Sagarmatha CO, Singasain- 7

3

0

27

30

0

3

0

0

19

8

19

11

10

13

7

0

30

19

Phoolbari CO, Singasain- 3

0

0

35

35

0

0

0

0

27

8

27

8

15

14

6

0

35

20

Shanti CO, Singasain-6

2

0

34

36

1

1

0

0

31

3

32

4

10

19

7

0

36

21

Ganesh CO Singasain- 2

0

0

35

35

0

0

0

0

28

7

28

7

14

14

7

0

35

22

Kalika CO, Singasain- 1&2

0

0

35

35

0

0

0

0

30

5

30

5

20

11

4

0

35

23

Barpeepal CO, Singasain 7

4

0

21

25

3

1

0

0

19

2

22

3

8

14

3

0

25

24

Yakikaran CO, Singasain 1

3

0

32

35

2

1

0

0

31

1

34

1

18

15

2

0

35

Total’D’

306

37

612

955

243

63

30

7

508

104

782

173

625

260

70

0

955

VDC: Peepalkot                                  

SN

Name of CO

Social Categorization

Sex Categorization Population

Economic Categorization

D

J

O

T

D

 

J

 

O

 

T

 

A

B

C

D

T

 

 

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

1

Laliguransh CO Peepalkot 1

14

13

13

40

13

1

10

3

10

3

33

7

15

17

8

0

40

2

Muldhara CO Peepalkot 2

39

4

1

44

32

7

4

0

1

0

37

7

22

22

0

0

44

3

Koldanda CO Peepalkot 3

9

19

9

37

8

1

13

6

6

3

27

10

8

14

15

0

37

4

Barpeepal CO  Peepalokt 4

1

17

22

40

0

1

14

3

16

6

30

10

5

7

28

0

40

5

Batashedanda CO Peepalkot  5

4

33

2

39

1

3

29

4

1

1

31

8

15

17

7

0

39

6

Kharkhet CO Peepalkot 6

32

1

6

39

24

8

0

1

5

1

29

10

20

15

4

0

39

7

Pashupati CO Peepalkot 8

39

0

7

46

28

11

0

0

6

1

34

12

16

18

12

0

46

8

Himalaya CO Peepalkot 9

2

47

0

49

1

1

34

13

0

0

35

14

28

18

3

0

49

9

Malika CO Peepalkot 2

5

2

16

23

3

2

1

1

13

3

17

6

5

2

16

0

23

10

Panchadewal CO Peepalkot 7

2

0

37

39

2

0

0

0

28

9

30

9

4

12

23

0

39

11

Dharapani CO, Peepalkot-3

1

2

12

15

1

0

2

0

8

4

11

4

2

2

11

0

15

12

Naineldev CO, Peepalkot-8

4

0

28

32

0

4

0

0

26

2

26

6

5

8

19

0

32

Total’E’

152

138

153

443

113

39

107

31

120

33

340

103

145

152

146

0

443

Grand Total (A+B+C+D+E)

887

392

1503

2782

719

176

307

75

1263

242

2292

490

1419

875

491

0

2782

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3.3     Saving collection and Mobilization         

In each COs each member of the CO saves the fixed amount of money as per the decision made by CO. The saving fund has been mobilized in any productive activities like agriculture promotion, livestock rising, trade ect. The details of the saving collection up to now have been mentioned below:

VDC : Salleri  
SN

Name Of CO

Total Members

Total Saving

Investment

Remaining in CO

1

Pragatishil CO Salleri-2

23

12750

12750

0

2

Bhairabsthan CO Salleri 1

24

6830

6830

0

3

Laligurasha  CO Salleri-3

30

11300

11300

0

4

Saraswati CO Salleri -2

27

16040

16040

0

5

Nava Sirjansil CO, salleri 4

45

24960

24950

10

6

Sirjansil CO Salleri- 4

52

13020

13020

0

7

Malika CO Salleri-5

34

15460

15460

0

8

Shivashakti CO Salleri 5

23

15780

15780

0

9

Lalkamal CO Salleri-6

27

9195

9150

45

10

Janasewa CO Salleri-7

22

10445

10400

45

11

Jagannath CO Salleri-7

29

10720

10720

0

12

Himalaya CO Salleri-8

39

9123

9120

3

13

Santoshi CO Salleri-9

31

14100

14100

0

14

Samajsudhara CO Salleri- 3

19

3840

3840

0

15

Panidhara CO Salleri- 6

19

6320

6320

0

16

Peepaldanda CO, Salleri-8

35

3137

3130

7

17

Hariyali CO Salleri-9

18

6280

6280

0

18

Dandagaun CO Salleri-7

19

690

690

0

19

Samanta CO Salleri-8

21

780

780

0

Total’A’

537

190770

190660

110

VDC : Bindhyabasini
SN

Name Of CO

Total Members

Total Saving

Investment

Remaining in CO

1

Rainadevi CO Bindyabasini-1/2

26

21095

21095

0

2

Mandali CO, Bindyabasini-1/2

25

15160

15160

0

3

Pipal Chautari CO, Bindyabasini-3

30

18710

18710

0

4

Mastathan CO, Bindyabasini-3

32

18545

18545

0

5

Ghodadauni CO, Bindyabasini-6

22

16660

16660

0

6

Chetashil CO, Bindyabasini-8/9

24

17970

17970

0

7

Barpipal CO, Bindyabasini-9

25

20440

20440

0

8

MaibhagawatiCO, Bindyabasini-8/9

27

18090

18090

0

9

Jagnatha CO, Bindyabasini-7/8

26

18750

18750

0

10

Radeu CO, Bindyabasini-5

34

22680

22680

0

11

Paltapani CO, Bindyabasini-4

32

23415

23415

0

12

Phoolbari CO, Bindyabasini-9

20

15343

15343

0

13

Janasewa CO, Bindyabasini-4

28

22580

22580

0

14

Samajsudhar CO, Bindyabasini-6

35

5770

5770

0

15

Pariwartanshil CO, Bindyabasini-3&7

20

4860

4860

0

16

Shrijanshil CO, Bindhyabsini-3

18

4790

4790

0

17

Janchetana CO, Bindyabasini-6

23

3810

3810

0

Total’B’

447

268668

268668

0

VDC : Rakamkarnali
SN

Name Of CO

Total Members

Total Saving

Investment

Remaining in CO

1

Ramnikatiya CO  Rakamkarnali 4

32

12435

12430

5

2

Navasera CO Rakamkarnali 6

52

15573

15500

73

3

Kalika CO Rakamkarnali 1

22

9524

9520

4

4

Basundhara CO Rakamkarnali 2

41

6488

6475

13

5

Shivajee CO Rakamkarnali 3

30

10845

10845

0

6

Chetana CO Rakamkarnali 7

39

11984

11975

9

7

Pragatishil CO Rakamkarnali 5

29

9125

9125

0

8

Laliguransh CO Rakamkarnali 8

49

11124

11100

24

9

Sagaramatha CO Rakamkarnali 9

22

8118

8100

18

10

Dandakhal CO Rakamkarnali 1 & 2

30

13611

13600

11

11

Babaipani CO, Rakamkarnali 2

31

7297

7280

17

12

Barpeepal CO, Rakamkarnali 8

21

4576

4575

1

Total’C’

398

120700

116525

175

VDC : Singhsain         
SN

Name Of CO

Total Members

Total Saving

Investment

Remaining in CO

1

Mehelgaun CO Singhsain 4

51

7020

7020

0

2

Himalaya CO Singhsain 7

51

6825

6800

25

3

Raniba CO Singhsain 3 & 7

51

7625

7625

0

4

Ganesh CO Singsain 5

50

7950

7950

0

5

Bhairab CO Singhsain 8

50

8345

8300

45

6

Chautara CO Singhsain 9

49

9370

9350

20

7

Kalika CO Singhsain 6

43

6945

6900

45

8

Chandra Surya CO Singhsain 3

46

9680

9650

30

9

Sirjansil CO Singhsain 3

28

5430

5400

30

10

Bayaldhunga CO Singhsain 1

50

6670

6600

70

11

Bajthala CO Singhsain-2

50

5780

5750

30

13

Samajyakata CO Singhsain -1

35

6120

6100

20

14

Janakalyan CO, Singhsain-9

37

3885

3860

0

15

Laganshil CO, Singhsain-8

36

4985

4975

10

16

Sagarmatha CO, Singhsain-7

30

4260

4260

0

17

Shanti CO, Singhsain-6

36

3190

3140

50

18

Malika CO, Singhsain-1

35

2875

2875

0

19

Ganesh CO Singhsain-2

35

3355

3300

55

20

Kalika CO Singhsain 1&2

35

3305

3300

5

21

Phoolbari CO, Singhsain-3

35

7555

7500

55

22

Sarswoti CO, Singhsain-5

35

5190

5015

175

23

Barpipal CO, Singhsain-7

26

1750

1750

0

24

Yakikarna CO, Singhsain-1&2

35

1650

1650

0

Total ‘D’

956

130840

130010

805

VDC : Peepalkot 
SN

Name Of CO

Total Members

Total Saving

Investment

Remaining in CO

1

Laliguransh CO Peepalkot 1

40

8893

8893

0

2

Muldhara CO Peepalkot 2

44

11570

11570

0

3

Koldanda CO Peepalkot 3

37

8805

8805

0

4

Barpeepal CO  Peepalokt 4

40

8367

8367

0

5

Batashedanda CO Peepalkot  5

39

7415

7415

0

6

Kharkhet CO Peepalkot 6

39

7871

7871

0

7

Pashupati CO Peepalkot 8

46

9150

9150

0

8

Himalaya CO Peepalkot 9

49

8100

8100

0

9

Malika CO Peepalkot 2

23

9610

9610

0

10

Panchadewal CO Peepalkot 7

39

8185

8185

0

11

Naineldev CO Peepalkot 8

32

8100

8100

0

12

Dharapani CO Peepalkot 3

15

3995

3995

0

Total ‘E”

443

100061

100061

0

Total A+B+C+D+E

2781

811039

805924

5090

 

3.4     Status of Dalits, Females and Janajaties in the key Position of Community Organization:

According to the goal and objectives of PAF Nepal, SOSEC and our program ICDP we have encouraged females, Dalits and Janajaties to be involved in the CO. According to the program norms dalits, janajaties and females must be encouraged to hold the key position in the CO, so females, Dalits and Janajaties have been encouraged to hold the key position of the COs as much as possible.  The detail status of females, Dalits and Janajaties in the key position of each COs has been mentioned below:

 

VDC : Salleri

SN

Name Of CO

Posts

Remarks

President

Secretary

Treasure

F

D

J

F

D

J

F

D

J

1

Bhairabsthan CO Salleri-1

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

2

Pragatishil CO Salleri-2

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

3

Laligurasha  CO Salleri-3

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

4

Saraswati CO Salleri -2

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

5

Sirjansil CO Salleri- 4

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

6

Malika CO Salleri-5

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

7

Lalkamal CO Salleri-6

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

8

Santoshi CO Salleri-9

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

9

Himalaya CO Salleri-8

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

1

10

Janasewa CO Salleri-7

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

11

Jagannath CO Salleri-7

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

12

Shivashakti CO Salleri 5

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

13

Nava Sirjansil CO Salleri 4

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

14

Samajsudhar CO Salleri 3

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

15

Panidhara CO Salleri 4

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

16

Hariyali CO Salleri 9

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

1

17

Pipaldanda CO Salleri 8

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

18

Dandagaun CO Salleri 7

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

19

Samanta CO Salleri 8

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

Total’A’

19

0

0

5

4

6

15

0

2

 
VDC : Bindhyabasini

SN

Name Of CO

Posts

Remarks

President

Secretary

Treasure

F

D

J

F

D

J

F

D

J

1

Rainadevi CO Bindyabasini-1/2

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

2

Mandali CO, Bindyabasini-1/2

1

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

3

Pipal Chautari CO, Bindyabasini-3

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

1

0

4

Mastathan CO, Bindyabasini-3

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

5

Ghodadauni CO, Bindyabasini-6

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

6

Chetashil CO, Bindyabasini-8/9

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

7

Barpipal CO, Bindyabasini-9

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

8

MaibhagawatiCO,Bindyabasini-8/9

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

9

Jagnatha CO, Bindyabasini-7/8

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

10

Radeu CO, Bindyabasini-5

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

11

Paltapani CO, Bindyabasini-4

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

12

Phoolbari CO, Bindyabasini-9

1

0

0

1

0

0

0

1

0

13

Janasewa CO, Bindyabasini-4

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

14

Samajsudhara CO, Bindyabasini 6

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

15

Pariwartanshil CO, Bindyabasini 3

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

16

Janachetana CO, Bindhyabasini 6

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

17

Shrijanshil CO, Bindhyabasini 3

1

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

Total’B’

17

0

0

9

5

2

14

3

0

 

VDC : Rakamkarnali

SN

Name Of CO

Posts

Remarks

President

Secretary

Treasure

F

D

J

F

D

J

F

D

J

1

Ramnikatiya Co Rakamkarnali 4

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

2

Navasera CO Rakamkarnali 6

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

3

Shivaji CO Rakamkarnali 3

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

4

Basundhara CO Rakamkarnali 2

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

5

Laliguransh CO Rakamkarnali 8

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

6

Kalika Co Rakamkarnali 1

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

7

Pragatishil CO Rakamkarnali 5

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

8

Chetansil CO Rakamkarnali 7

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

9

Sagaramatha CO Rakamkarnali 9

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

10

Dandakhal CO Rakamkarnali 1 & 2

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

11

Babaipani CO Rakamkarnali 2

1

0

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

12

Barpeepal CO Rakamkarnail 8

1

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

0

Total’C’

12

0

0

4

0

0

12

0

0

 

 

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