The inauguration and handover program of the Project for Improving Water Access (PIWA) which was being implemented in Sunkoshi RM-6, happened on the 28th of February, 2020. This event took place with the presence of a representative from the Embassy of Japan, Municipal Representatives from Sunkoshi RM, Representatives from WUC, Beneficiaries of the project and all the working hands from Peace Winds Japan along with their Country Representative and Institution for Suitable Actions for Prosperity (ISAP). The project was being operated by the financial support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) Japan, and jointly implemented by Peace Winds Japan and ISAP.
In the upcoming phase, Project for Improving Water Access and Agriculture Income (PIWAAI) will be implemented from Mid-March in Balefi Rural Municipality of Sindhupalchowk which has the addition of an agricultural component to it.
Today's Signing Ceremony of Project for Improving Water Access and Agriculture Income (PIWAAI) at the Embassy of Japan in Nepal.
ISAP wants to Thank all the stakeholders of our project till now along with MOFA of Japan and Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) for their continuous support and encouragement.
As a continuation of Nepal Earthquake Relief and Rehabilitation Project (NERRP) Phase-I, which was jointly implemented by Institution for Suitable Action for Prosperity (ISAP) and Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) with the financial support from Ministry of Foreign Affairs-Japan (MOFA) and JICA, a facilitation meeting was conducted on 12th of February, 2020 at Ministry of Women, Children and Senior Citizens (MoWCSC) for a proposed Project for Improving Water Access and Agriculture Income (PIWAII) (2nd phase of NERRP) which is to be funded by MOFA Japan in Sindhupalchowk district.
With this meeting, we have come one step closer to the project approval agreement and we are hopeful that we could continue creating an impact in the lives of the people of Sindhupalchowk as a catalyst.