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Saturday August 19, 2017

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  • Announcement- Basic Course
    September 09, 2016
    Announcement- Basic Course on Community Development Management

  • Life Skills Training
    August 12, 2016
    Successfully completed three days Life Skills Training at Transformation Center, Badegaon from August 9-11, 2016

  • 20th Aniversary celebration
    December 27, 2013
    Share and Care Nepal "20th Aniversary" & "The Journey of Hope" celebration on 15 January 2014 (1st Magh 2070) @ Transformation Development Center, Badegaon

  • CBHDP Project Impact Evaluation
    August 29, 2013
    Successfully completed six years CBHDP Project Impact Evaluation at Haibung, Sindukot, Bhotechour, Baluwapati & Suntole VDCs of Sindupalchowk, Kavrepalanchowk and Kathmandu Districts on July 2013

Transformation Stories

Prakash develops himself as a model farmer
Prakash Thapa is 27 years old resident of Kukhure village-8 Mahakali Village Development Committee. He has four family members including his parents, wife and son. The main occupation of his family is agriculture and livestock. Prakash stayed in city Kathmandu and works in marketing for few years. Later he is not satisfied with his job so decided to go back home and support family in agriculture.

Projects

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HLP Project-Human Liberty Project

Location : Makwanpur District
Duration : 3 Years & 1 year followup
Status :

HLP Project-Human Liberty Project

Human Liberty Project (HLP) was intervened on the year 2011 with support of Geneva Global at 3 VDCs (Handikhola, Rakshirang and Sarikhet) of Makwanpur District to minimize the evils of Trafficking, Exploitation and Slavery (TES) of community people especially girls and young boys. The project was focused on making people aware on TES, organize women in groups and mobilize them to prevent human trafficking and empower women, support vulnerable girls for their education and training to reduce risk of being trafficked, improve income of vulnerable and survivors and rehabilitate survivors into family and society. The program was implemented through groups like women, girls and youths focused three aspects of human trafficking that are: prevention, prosecution and reintegration.

 

Throughout 3 years of program execution: 27 women groups, 6 adolescent girls group and 3 youth groups have been formed. 10,070 community members were sensitized, 540 women have become active members of the group, 45 vulnerable girls have been continuing their study, 135 girls were facilitate to rejoin school and trained on income generation activities, more than 80 vulnerable families have received and mobilized seed fund for additional income and 30 survivors were involve in groups and community activities. Numbers of stakeholders were involved in the program and appreciated the HLP initiations.

 

To institutionalize the groups, 3 Network of 27 women groups have been developed, which is taking care of access to resources and parenting women groups in various locations. 3 Empowered for Society for Development (ESD/Federation) was formed with representation from all the groups to strengthen the network of community groups to sustain the anti human trafficking campaign of HLP.

 

These groups, network and ESD have gone through formation, mobilization and strengthening process. Due to limited years of implementation, Capacity Strengthening and Follow Up program need to be developed and implemented for a year to enhance the capacity of community based groups/organization to reinforce their operation and network for reducing TES of community members.