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January 10, 2013

Photo of the week – 10 January

Filed under: Equity and inclusion,Rural,Water Supply — nepalwash @ 3:00 pm

Ghyatchock Drinking Water, Health and Sanitation Project implemented at Ward Number 4, 5 and 6, Ghyatchock Village, Gorkha District served around 570 people living in the village. Ms Bhul Maya BK – 43 from Bansbot community, Ward Number 5 is one of them.

January 8, 2013

Link of the week – 8 January

Filed under: Advocacy,Link of the week,Media,Source Conflict — nepalwash @ 9:00 am

The link is the news published in Karobar National Economic Daily on 6 January. The news highlights problem created from water source conflict in Ilam district, Nepal and reflects the causes of the water source conflict in the community. It also briefs how water and sanitation users’ network – FEDWASUN together with other sector stakeholders resolved the water source conflict at Chamaita Village, Ward 9 in Ilam District.

More – Click here for our link of the week – 8 January

January 3, 2013

Photo of the week – 3 January

Filed under: Advocacy,Citizen Action,Open defecation free,Sanitation — nepalwash @ 9:00 am

Ilam district map with VDCs at FEDWASUN Office in Ilam. Red lines to separate three political regions. Three regions in the district belong to renowned politicians - 1) ex prime minister UML Party 2) Ex minister Nepali Congress Party and 3) Ex Constituent Assembly Chair and leader of UML party. Only one village declared as ODF VDC (Sakhejung VDC) out of 49 VDCs in the district.

January 1, 2013

Happy New Year – 2013

Filed under: Advocacy,Events — nepalwash @ 9:00 am


WaterAid in Nepal wishes all of you a very happy new year — 2013.

This coming year is of importance to us for two reasons. First, in March 2013, there will be a one-day event called NECOSAN, which stands for Nepal Conference on Sanitation. And in the middle of November, there will be the Fifth South Asia Conference on Sanitation in Kathmandu. (more…)

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