• On Feb 7, 2019

    JOIN OUR TEAM: We are looking for a Sub Engineer to implement Project for Improving Water Access (PIWA). The Sub-Engineer would be stationed in Thumpakhar, Sindhupalchowk (Between Khadichaur and Mude). S/he would The Sub Engineer will work as a team member under the direct supervision of the District Technical Coordinator (DTC) and would assist the DTC in the overall implementation of the project activities such as construction supervision, procurement of material, mobilize the community, training of Water User's Committee and Village Maintenance Workers. S/he should have either a Diploma in Civil Engineering or Bachelors in Civil Engineering as well as valid motor-cycle driving licence.

    To know more and apply: http://bit.ly/IsAp19002

  • On Feb 5, 2019

    JTA (OJT)/ कृषी प्रविधिक कर्मचारीको आवश्यकता: भूकम्पबाट प्रभावित स्थानियहरुलाई आयमूलक कार्यमा संलग्न गराउदै व्यवसायीक कृषि मार्फत उनीहरुको आयमा सुधार ल्याउने उद्देश्य लिई समृद्धिका लागि यथायोग्य कार्य संस्था (ISAP) द्धारा सिन्धुपाल्चोक जिल्ला, चौतारा साँगाचोकगढि नगरपालिकाको विभिन्न वडाहरुमा “साना किसान आय सुधार आयोजना” सञ्चालन गर्दै आएको छ l यस आयोजनाको लागि एक कृषी प्रविधिकको आवश्यकता छ । कृषी प्रविधिकको भूमिका निम्नानुसार छ । व्यावसायीक तरकारी उत्पादन तथा बजारीकरण सम्बन्धी कृषकहरुलाई दिइने विभिन्न तालिमहरुमा सहभागी भई आयोजनाका सदस्यहरुलाई सहयोग गर्ने l l आवश्यकता अनुसार विभिन्न कृषक समूहरुको निरिक्षण गरी जिल्ला संयोजकलाई रीपोर्टीङ् गर्ने l आयोजनाका विभिन्न कृषक समूहहरुमा मासिक बैठकहरु संचालन गरी माइनुट तयार पार्ने l दैनिक कृयाकलापको सारांश कम्प्युटरमा इन्ट्री गर्ने l इच्छुक व्यक्तिहरुले मान्यता प्राप्त शिक्षण संस्थाबाट Isc. Ag/ JTA ( वाली विज्ञान) उतिर्ण गरेको वा अध्यन गर्दै गरेको हुनु पर्दछ l व्यवसायिक तरकारी खेती प्रविधि, तरकारीको नर्सरी व्यवस्थापन, रोग / किरा, माटो परिक्षण, बजारीकरण, प्लाष्टिक घर भित्र गोलभेडा खेति प्रविधि तथा अन्य बेमौसमी तरकारी खेति प्रविधिका बारेमा जानकारी भएको हुनु पर्दछ l

    कार्य आवधि : ३-६ महिना (फागुन, २०७५ देखि वैशाख/भाद्र , २०७६ सम्म )
    क्षेत्र: चौतारा साँगाचोक गढी नगरपालिका, सिन्धुपाल्चोक

    To Apply: http://bit.ly/ISAP-JTA-jr17002

  • On Jan 8, 2019

    JOIN OUR TEAM: We're currently looking for an Agriculture Officer to join our team. S/he will work with 450 small landholding farmers along the Dolalghat-Chautara Road Corridor to help them transition from subsistence cereal crop farming to commercial vegetable production. Our vision is to transform this area's economy and make it known for commercial vegetable farming just as Kavre’s Panchkhal or Palpa’s Madan Pokhara.

    To learn more and to apply: http://bit.ly/iSaP19AO

    Application Deadline: January 17, 2019

  • On Dec 25, 2018

    "Another flaw in human character is that everybody wants to build and nobody wants to do maintenance"-Kurt Vonnegut
    To build is a beginning, to make it sustain is a continuous process which is exactly why ISAP conducted Village Maintenance Workers (VMW) training for the beneficiaries of Project for Improving Water Access (PIWA) Phase-I. A 3 day VMW training was provided to 16 Water Users Committee (WUC) members from 8 Water Supply Schemes (2 members from each scheme) in September 2018 to ensure the Water Supply Schemes continue to serve the beneficiaries in the absence of the organization.
    Reflecting on the activities carried out in the field, it was not just us working for the communities that we had selected, it was a two way affair between ISAP and every member from the communities. The communities worked with us in every little way they could which led to the successful completion of Phase-I of the project and we are hopeful that the communities continue to work with us by preserving the water supply schemes that we have built together.
    The first day of the training was mostly filled with introductory sessions where the participants gained an in-depth knowledge about Village Maintenance Workers and the important role they play in the sustainability of the water supply schemes which was followed by theoretical sessions on the construction process of water supply schemes, introduction to the materials used in the construction process, identification of the standard and quality of the materials used in the water supply schemes and their maintenance. In the second and third day the participants were taught how to use the tools through practical demonstration. The participants of the workshop were later taken to the nearby construction site where a Reservoir Tank was being constructed to give them a firsthand experience in on-site activities. The participants later attended a post-training evaluation test upon completion of which the participants were certified as Village Maintenance Workers. At present ISAP has 16 dedicated Village Maintenance Workers from 8 water supply schemes who have taken up the responsibility to maintain the water supply schemes in their communities.

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