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Women in Environment (WE) is a national, non-governmental and non-profit making, grassroots oriented organization of women in Nepal, with over 5000 active members in 75 districts of five development regions. The organization was established in 1990 and is headquartered in Kathmandu, with field offices located in the districts of Dhanusa, Mahottari, Pokhara, Morang, Sunsari and Jhapa.

WE's executive committee, its members, and its local partners reflect a balanced composition of ethnicity, caste, and social background... More

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Women in Environment (WE) is a national, non-governmental and non-profit making, grassroots oriented organization of women in Nepal, with over 5000 active members in 75 districts of five development regions. The organization was established in 1990 and is headquartered in Kathmandu, with field offices located in the districts of Dhanusa, Mahottari, Pokhara, Morang, Sunsari and Jhapa.
WE's executive committee, its members, and its local partners reflect a balanced composition of ethnicity, caste, and social background ...

Reconstruction and rehabilitation of rural infrastructure

Through this project, WE has been rehabilitating 9 culverts, 2 dams, 3 hand pumps and 12 artesian wells damaged during the period of conflict in six VDCs of Mahottari district. Simultaneously, several peace building awareness trainings and training of trainers (TOT) are being held in the same community to bridge the gap of inequality, discrimination and violence by encouraging social cohesion, peace building and harmony. The project is supported by USAID/OTI (from 2008 – 2009)


Achievements

  • 500 (300 women and 200 men) community people directly trained on various aspects of peace building and reconciliation
  • 50 local trainers trained as 'local peace leaders'
  • More than 9000 community people indirectly benefitted from this project
  • Rehabilitation and reconstruction of 9 culverts, 2 dams, 3 hand pumps and 12 artesian wells

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