Cooperative education campaign

District:

RBGs are collecting more fund from their ten percent of the wage earning. One thousand four hundred forty RBG members affiliated with 72 RBGs collected NRs 10,971,568 saving fund from their regular monthly and wage saving. The fund is increasing and the RBG has lower capacity to manage the fund. Cooperative education camping was organized from February 26 to March 3, 2017. Campaign facilitation was done by resource person from District Cooperative (DCOOP) union, Bajura. Participants realized importance of cooperative and received knowledge to analyze status of existing cooperative for affiliation.

LRUC meeting

District:

LRUC meeting was organised with Chhatara and Dhawalapuri LRUC on 7 and 8 March 2017.  Sharing was made on present status, issues and further activities on road construction, safeguard and environment management. Decision was made on completion of road construction using safety gear. Finishing will be made by the same group who is working for road construction at their assigned section.

Human Resources Information System (HRIS) training

District:

HRIS management training was organized from March 9-12, 2017 at Maure. DTL, SDO, DEO, OM, 2 Graduate engineers, Intern Engineer and 4 IOWs were the participants. Facilitation was done by Sandip Khanal. Practical exercise was made for planning, request and time sheet preparation.  

RBG/SBG payment and public audit

District:

RAP3 Bajura paid NRs 5,23,883 to Pattharighar RBG working at chainage 11+050 in MTC road by organizing a RBG level public audit. The wages were earned through its FY 2073/2074 third IPC. The daily wage rate was 573.80. The group has 20 members including six female.  The total collected saving up to January 2017 was NRs 240,496 and among this NRs 228,500 was as a credit.

 

RMGs mobilized for road maintenance

District:

RAP3 Bajura formed 4 RMGs with 19 members to mobilize for routine & recurrent road maintenance in five DRCN (67DR002, 67DR004, 67DR005 and 67DR012). Five RMG members with 2 female were maintaining 67DR002 (BDDL).  The local jeep driver was feeling easy during vehicle driving after mobilization of RAP3 RMG since 1 month.  

Monitoring visit by TMO

District:

Chiranjibi Sharma, Environment specialist and Hom Nath Lamsal, District coordinator for Bajura visited two road corridor (MTC and MK) from 11 to 14 February 2017. They reported that significant progress has been made since theier last visit in May 2016. Large progress has been made in the bottleneck sections and quality has improved significantly which has made them to believe that the roads will be substantially completed by June 2017. For the entry sections, DTA has completed the field survey and has proposed two options whose designs will be completed soon. DDC has allocated NRs. 4.5 million for the entry section. There are problems of land acquisition and realignment of penstock pipe for which necessary steps are being taken.  Mission focused to made climate resent road by water management, use of safety gear and reinstate quarry site that made at community and GoN forest site.

Approval of ARAMP

District:

On 9th February 2017, DDC Bajura organized DTICC meeting for the approval of ARAMP for the fiscal year 2073/74 with the assistance of RAP 3. The meeting was chaired by Local Development Officer Prakash Raj Poudel with the attendance of representatives from district level political parties, DTO chief, KEP, RCIW and other DDC/DTO officials. RAP 3 DTL Ramesh Neupane facilitated about the need and importance of ARAMP for the smooth implementation of available road sector budget

E-Procurement training

District:

In line with capacity building of DTO/DDC staff  under ASP, RAP 3 DTA Bajura conducted two days E-Procurement training on 19th – 20th  December 2016. The training was attended by 14 participants from DDC/DTO and RAP 3 DTA including LDO Prakash Raj Paudel, DTO chief Janga Bahadur Thapa and DDC account officer Krishna Bahadur Shahi.  RAP 3 DTL Ramesh Neupane delivered the the theoretical and practical session. LDO and DTO chief thanked RAP 3 for conducting the training.

LRUC Public Audit

District:

On 17th - 21st September 2016, LRUC level public audit was organized on two LRUCs: Selifal and Badimalika of Maure-Kailashmandu-Badimalika district road and three LRUCs: Maure-Toli, Dhawalpuri and Chhatara of Maure -Toli-Chhatara district road of Bajura disrtrict. Interim Payment Certificate (IPC) from 4 - 6 ( FY 2072/073) for RBGs/SBGs wages payment made between May to July 2016 were audited.  Representatives from DDC/VDC, DTA, LNGO, local political parties, LRCC, LRUC, journalists from local radio station and about 75% of RGs/SBGs members were participated. The queries raised by the participants were answered by RAP3 DTA. LRUC level public audits in Maure-Toli and Dhalwalpuri were monitored by internal auditors Dasarath Moktan and Tika Chandra Maden from RAP3, TMO.

Training on Rapid Condition Survey

District:

RAP3, DTA Bajura conducted a training on Rapid Condition Survey in Mardtadi, Bajura on 13th September 2016 to DDC/DTO and DTA staff. The programme was chaired by LDO, Arjun Prasad Subedi. DDC/DTO staff were well oriented for RCS, which has been scheduled from 15th September 2016 onwards. All formats attached in ARAMP guideline for Rapid Condition Survey were thoroughly described.

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