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RAP3 MHLR

Monthly PMR – February 2021

  • Drill holes for soil investigation complete at Luma, Darke, Lebra and Melchham bridge sites.  Topographic map and general arrangement drawing of Luma Khola and Darke Khola being prepared.
  • Completed 63km length of full width 4.5m wide track opening. Substantial completion of 1km this month taking the total to 41.13 km length.
  • Healthy workforce team conducted 4 outreach clinics in MUG and HUM examining 59 workers including 32 females.
  • Orientation in first aid kit management, risk reduction and Covid 19 prevention organised for SRBGs in MHLR

Monthly PMR – January 2021

  • Detailed engineering survey of 4 small span bridges complete. Bridge design of Luma Khola started. Borehole construction at Luma Khola complete, ongoing at Darke Khola. Identification of quarry site and location for mini aggregate crushing plant initiated by the contractor.
  • Completed 63km length with 4.5m width and substantial completion of 40.20 km length employing 8 excavators.
  • Healthy Workforce Team conducted 4 outreach clinics in MUG and HUM examining 79 workers including 43 females.
  • First Aid Kit orientation organised for 126 participants including 65 females, 4 events. Replenished FAKs in 83 groups.

Monthly PMR – December 2020

  • All field staff remobilised to resume work along the MHLR alignment and in the Covid 19 response component.
  • 8 excavators engaged in log management, spot improvement and backfilling work. Tippers and backhoe mobilised for loading and transporting gravel for spot improvement.
  • 26 km road section from Gamgadhi to Darke Khola completed and handed over to the Provincial government (Dec 25, 2020).
  • UK Aid contracted Resilience MEL Independent Verification Team has verified the substantial completion of the 26km road section and due actions taken by MHLR on their recommendations before the handover.

Trimester Report July – October 2020

This is the sixth trimester report of the FCDO-UK Aid funded Rural Access Programme Phase 3 - Mugu Humla Link Road Project (RAP3-MHLR) since project implementation starting 29th October 2018.  The report covers the period of 1st July to 31st October 2020.  This report summarises information presented in the project’s monthly reports from the trimester, in particular key achievements, results and issues experienced.  It also provides additional information and data on the project that was not relevant for inclusion in the monthly reports, or which it is too onerous to collect on a monthly basis.

Trimester Report March – June 2020

This is the fifth trimester report of the DFID-UK Aid funded Rural Access Programme Phase 3 - Mugu Humla Link Road Project (RAP3-MHLR) since the start of the project implementation (29th October 2018).  The report covers the period of 1st March to 30th June 2020.  This report summarises the information presented in the project’s monthly reports from the trimester, in particular the key achievements, results and issues experienced.  It also provides additional information and data on the project that was not relevant for inclusion in the monthly reports, or which it is too onerous to collect on a monthly basis.

Monthly PMR – November 2020

  • 14 members of staff remobilised after Dashain and 9 after Tihar, to resume work along the MHLR alignment. PST leads and field staff remobilised after Tihar and Chhath to carry out work in the Covid 19 response component.
  • 6 Excavators mobilised in this reporting period, mostly for log-management.
  • During the festivals, the assigned local staff cared for the field offices and stores along MHLR to ensure safety.
  • The Independent Verification Team have completed their visit of the MHLR alignment.

Monthly PMR – October 2020

  • We have secured permission from the CDO, Municipalities and Wards to resume work immediately after Dashain.
  • Excavators, tippers and backhoe stopped work on October 11 for Dashain.
  • During the festival, assigned local staff cared for the field offices and stores along MHLR to ensure safety.
  • 4.00Km surface improvement work is complete.
  • The Healthy Workforce Team continued Outreach Clinic at Bama, Mugu, providing health check-ups to 4 machine operators and helpers. They visited 4 RBG households and conducted orientation on Covid 19 prevention and symptoms.  

Monthly PMR – September 2020

  • With the lifting of most travel bans, and securing permissions from the district and local governments, field staff have started mobilising to Mugu and Humla on 26th September, taking necessary precautions. We have secured permission from the CDO, Municipalities and wards to resume work.
  • Local staff continue to care for the field offices and stores along MHLR. Seven excavators are working on road widening and surface improvement works along with one backhoe and two tippers.
  • 3.43KM surface improvement work is complete.

Monthly PMR – August 2020

  • Following the lifting of a 4 months long nationwide lockdown in late July, the Federal Government has delegated management authority to the local Governments and the District Administration Offices (DAO). Further, the Ministry of Home Affairs has issued an order to DAO to not issue travel permits resulting in strict inter district travel restrictions, affecting field team mobilisation.
  • Local staff continue to care for the field offices and stores along MHLR. Seven excavators are working on road widening and surface improvement works along with one backhoe and two tippers.

Monthly PMR – July 2020

  • The nationwide lockdown imposed since 24th March was lifted from 22nd July with precautionary safety measures in place including GON request to work from home where possible.  Inter district travel restrictions also remain in place affecting field team mobilisation.
  • Local staff continue to care for the field offices and stores along MHLR. Some work activities (by excavator and S/RBGs) have continued under strict social distancing. Staff work and progress is supervised by the management through virtual meetings and electronic means.
  • The Remobilisation Plan is being revised to reflect the latest Government instructions, DFID’s SEAH policy and Covid 19 SOP requirements.

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