Orientation for newly formed RBGs on MHLR

By RAP 3 on January 10, 2019

Since June 2018 there have been 24 RBGs from Rugha and Luma villages working on MHLR.  The excavators have now opened a track through to Bama and so a further 26 RBGs covering all settlements from Falata to Chankheli (Nafa, Bama, Darkelbada), have been formed.  These RBGs will begin working on the construction of retaining walls, breast walls and other structural works as the excavators widen the track to full width.  Before they can start work, RBGs are provided with their safety gear (safety boots, helmets, gloves, goggles, face masks).  The leaders of each group are given a detailed Orientation the explains the group management process, technical instruction relating to the work they will perform, the measurement and payment mechanism, responsibilities for works quality, worker safety, environmental protection, record keeping and transparency.  The orientation was given by MHLR’s site team leader Mr Sunil Tandukar and social mobiliser Ms Tara Baniya.