beneficiaries receiving water for domestic and agricultural use through 5 Hydrams.
households benefiting from clean energy from 4 community biogas systems.
community members received training including governance and financial literacy, agriculture and micro irrigation, technical and maintenance and supply chain development.
solar water pumping systems to be installed as part of a new programme launched with the support from Big Lottery Fund SolarMUS II. When completed in 2018, it will benefit 5,500 individuals.
master trainers trained in adolescent enterprise and life skills training packages.
adolescents across 6 districts to reached out by these trained masters as part of the UNICEF ADAP project.
litres of water, on an average, pumped per day by each Hydram pump.
new project partnerships established as renewable energy and poverty alleviation partner on DFID funded climate resilience programme (BRACED) and ADRA energy and livelihoods programme.
field office established in Western Nepal.