• On Feb 23, 2021

    Project for Improving Water Access and Agriculture Income (PIWAAI) has successfully completed a three-day Village Maintenance Worker(VMW)Training for the elected Village Maintenance Workersfrom Gagate, Unewchaur and Dadakateri Water Supply Schemes. The training was conducted with the objective to equip the beneficiaries with the skills required to carry out periodic maintenance and basic repair activities to ensure the longevity of the Water Supply Schemes.

    Three selected members (2 Male and 1 Female) from each Water Supply had taken part in the training at Balefi, Sindhupalchowk. The training comprised of theoretical explanation on the elements of Water Supply Systems, importance and roles of Village Maintenance Workers as well as practical sessions through which the participants gained a firsthand experience in using repair and maintenance tools, pipe fittings which would be useful for repairing and maintaining the constructed schemes.

    #ISAP #PWJ #VMW #WASH #Balefi #WUC #drinkingwatersupply #wateraccess #SDG 6 #GESI #watersafetyplan #DRR #sustainability #Sindhupalchowk

  • On Feb 3, 2021

    Small Agro Farmers Income Improvement Project (SAFII), a three-year project which started on January 9, 2018 was officially concluded by organizing a Closing Workshop on January 31, 2021 with presence of all the project stakeholders. SAFII, a JICA funded project which was jointly implemented by Peace Winds Japan (PWJ) and Institution for Suitable Actions for Prosperity (ISAP), was implemented in seven wards of Chautara Sangachowk Gadi Municipality, Sindhupalchowk with an aim to increase the agricultural income of farmers.
    The project supported 477 small farmers and was able to increase their agriculture income by 52% during the project period. During the closing workshop, the local level representatives applauded JICA, PWJ and ISAP for implementing such an impactful project and showed their commitment to take ownership of SAFII. In addition, they ensured to support the farmers in every possible way to make project-initiated activities sustainable.
    We would like to acknowledge JICA and PWJ for providing us an opportunity to implement SAFII project and reach to the beneficiaries. We are thankful to the central and local level officials for supporting the project during the implementation period. We would like to appreciate all the support we received from all the project stakeholders during the project implementation period.

    #ISAP #PWJ #sustainability #SDG 2 #FoodSecurityForAll #Agriculture #Livelihoodprogram #Minifarm #IGAs #vegetables #farmerincome #Innovation

  • On Dec 31, 2020

    The ability to adapt to the changing times is what has made us the oldest living species in the world. 2020 has brought the whole world together in a good way and in a bad way too. For the first time in human history, there were events relatable to everyone in the world. The scale of damage may have been different, how we perceived the negatives may have been different, but we were in this together and we have made it through together, all while fighting our own battles. The positive takeaway from 2020 for us is ‘COMPASSION’ in its truest form, a much-needed skill recently learned and not soon to be forgotten. We believe 2021 will be a better year for us and if it is not, we will be together in it too.

    Institution for Suitable Actions for Prosperity (ISAP) would like to wish you a very Happy, Prosperous, Peaceful and a Safe New Year 2021
    #NewYearsEve2021 #nepal #byebye2020

  • On Oct 22, 2020

    We would like to wish you a very happy and safe Bijaya Dashami 2077

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