Bio-engineering training

District:

As a part of Continuing Professional Development, RAP3 Bajura has organized 2 days LRN training on Bio-engineering to the DCC/DTO and RAP3 DTA staff on 14th -15th June 2017. First day was a theoretical training followed by a practical training session on next day. Theoretical training was taken in Bamka Bazar and practical training was organized at Maure-Kailashmandu road corridor. Locally available planting materials were used for bio-engineering.Total of 15 staff from DCC/DTO and DTA were participated in the training. DTL Ramesh Neupane elaborated the objective of training and its importance. GEs Pratik Paudel and Binita Poudel presented power-point modules on Environmental Design and Environmental Management respectively.  During the training period, participants were familiarized with different aspects of environmental design and environment management.

RBGs level Public Audit

District:

RBGs level Public Audit was organized in all RBGs of Maure-Toili-Chhatara district road in June 2017. Wage earning of fifth running bill was made to RBGs, SBGs and Drill operators. Three LRUCs namely Maure-Toli, Dhawalapuri and Chhatara handed over RBGs earned amount to the respective facilitator of RBGs.  RBGs members received their wages from the facilitator in the presence of LRUC representative and social mobiliser. The meeting verified each member’s earning with respect to an attendance sheet.

Pre interaction on RMG mobilization

District:

The bike test drive has already completed on both RAP road corridors namely Maure-Kailashmandu district road and Maure-Toli-Chhatara district Road in Bajura district. The construction work on both roads will be substantially completed by this monsoon. As the roads will be vulnerable during monsoon period, the planning has been made to mobilize the RMGs on both road corridors. An interaction was done with LRUC about RMGs role, responsibility and selection process.  The meeting has recommended to call the mass meeting among the RBGs and interested candidates will be shortlised based on RMG selection criteria.

Organized cooperative meeting to affiliate RBG

District:

RBGs working at new road constriction in Bajura are collecting fund from their ten percent of the wage earning and regular monthly saving. Cooperative executive committee meeting was organized at Kailashmandu and Toli VDCs to affiliate RBGs member to mobilise the RBGs saving.  Meeting was decided to increase the number of shareholders, share and saving amount. Action plan was prepared for RBG affiliation.

Motor bike test drive in Maure-Toli-Chhatara (MTC) district road

District:

RAP 3 Bajura successfully plied (test drive) four motor bikes throughout the Maure-Toli-Chhatara (MTC) district road corridor of 16.00km on 30th April 2017. With this RAP 3 Bajura has plied two-wheeler in both the new construction district road corridors i.e. Maure-Kailashmandu (MK) and Maure-Toli-Chhatara (MTC). The main objectives of test drive were to encourage RBGs/SBGs members to speed up construction works, to give the message to the stakeholders on road progress and assure that the road will be completed on time. All RBGs/SBGs, local political parties, and local community members heartily welcomed the test drive team.

Test drive on MKDR

District:

RAP3 DTA Bajura successfully plied two motorbikes to the end of Maure-Kailashmandu (MK) District Road (13.00 Km) on 20th April 2017. The main objectives of test drive were to encourage RBGs/SBGs members to speed up construction works, to give the message to the stakeholders on road progress and to assure that the road will be completed on time. All RBGs/SBGs, local political parties, and local community members heartily welcomed RAP DTA team.  Local Bajura FM based on Martadi broadcast the news of test drive.

RMG member on poultry farming

District:

Twenty Seven years old Ganga Devi Saud is a member of Pragatisil RBG formed at Toli 6. She has been operating a Unique Kirana and Murga Farm at Toli 6 with the loan of Rs. 35,000 from RBG saving.  Initially she had purchased 300 chicks from Sanfe Achham at the rate of Rs. 70 per chick.  Among them 280 chicks survived and are weighing around 2.5 kg per chicken. She is selling live chicken at the rate of Rs. 250-300 per kg in the local community. The shed construction cost her Rs. 80,000 to accommodate 500 chicks. The technical assistance was taken from RAP promoted Saud Agro vet located at Bamka Bazar. Poultry feed is being taken from Sanfe Achham at 8-10 days interval. She is assuming that the first lot earning of Rs. 150,000 will cover the all costs including shed, feed, chicks and treatment. She is planning to raise the second lot of 300 chicks and also constructing another shed to accommodate 1000 chicks. She is an inspiration to other RBG members to operate business.

Breakthrough the obstacle of RAP road entry section

District:

Obstacle of penstock pipe of local Micro-hydro at RAP road entry section in Kailshmandu, Bajura has been cleared as well as track has opened on critical section (rocky portion of entry section) of that section. Road access opened through that section to the RAP road zero point which are the great achievement. People are very happy and assured that vehicle can ride on RAP road soon.

Head of DFID Nepal visits Bajura office

District:

Dr. Gail Marzetti, the head of DFID Nepal visited RAP3 office at Maure, Bajura on 4th April 2017. Kamal Raj Bhandari, EO and Pratik Paudel, GE shared the information regarding the physical and financial progress of the construction work taking place in the district. The head of DFID Nepal explained that she was happy to hear that the living standard of the local people has raised because of the programme.

Head of DFID Nepal visits Bajura office

District:

Dr. Gail Marzetti, the head of DFID Nepal visited RAP3 office at Maure, Bajura on 4th April 2017. Kamal Raj Bhandari, EO and Pratik Paudel, GE shared the information regarding the physical and financial progress of the construction work taking place in the district. The head of DFID Nepal explained that she was happy to hear that the living standard of the local people has raised because of the programme.

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