Mountain Social Welfare Center MSWC

MSWC
Doramba 6
Phone
048540287
Fax
048540287
Contact Person
Ratna prasad Kandel
Estd 1999
Registration Number 220
NFN Code No CR-RAM-18
Renewal Date 06/11/2016
Registered District Ramechhap
Working District Ramechhap
Working Sectors Forestry and biodiversity, Infrastructure, Livelihood, WASH, Other

Profile of Mountain Society welfare Center

Background of the organization

Pahadi Samaj Kalyan Kendra is a local non-governmental organization established in Ramechhap district in 1991 A.D (2055 B.S.) and registered as non-profit making, non political and non-governmental organization in District Administration Office, Ramechhap. It is also affiliated with and registered in Social Welfare Council, NGO Federation Nepal and NGO Coordination Committee. Pahadi Samaj Kalyan Kendra was formed with the objective of promoting sustainable development through wise utilization of local resources with enhanced capacity of local people which could ensure the livelihood improvement opportunities for poor, deprived and destitute community people living in rural areas. Since its establishment, Pahadi Samaj Kalyan Kendra has been working in Food Security, Education, Rural Infrastructure Development, Disaster Risk Reduction and Management, Climate Change, Energy, Environment, Agriculture, Natural Resources Management, Drinking Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Human Rights, Peace and Democracy, Health and Child Rights from funding support from different donor agencies for improving socio-economic and health condition of most deprived and disadvantaged people living in Ramechhap district. It has adopted human right base approach through social mobilization and technical backstopping for strengthening service delivery mechanisms and promoting local technologies to address the poverty issues and also conserve and develop natural resources in order to foster sustainable development. In the process, Pahadi Samaj Kalyan Kendra has carried out many targeted development activities focused on living condition of women, children, poor, deprived and disadvantaged communities by improving their basic services through basic social services (Education, Drinking water, Health, Hygiene and Sanitation) improvement and community infrastructure development in close coordination with local bodies (DDC and VDCs) and district level different government line agencies.

I.  General information 

A)   Name of the organization:  Pahadi Samaj Kalyan Kendra

 

B)   Contact person detail

 

Name:             Ratna Prasad Kandel                                      Position:  Chairperson

 

Phone (mobile) number: 048-540287, mobile   9854040287, 9841755344

 

Email address:  ratnakandel15@gmail.com

 

C)   Address of organization: 

 

District:  Ramechhap                                                            VDC/Municipality:  Manthali Municipality-2

 

Phone #: 048540287

 

Email address: mswcrch@gmail.com                                             Fax #: 048540287

 

 

           

 

II.        Legal Information

 

A

 Registration # of District Administration and date:

2055/056/220  Date 2055/05/16

B

Name of the registering agency

District Administration Office Ramechhap

C

Inland Revenue Department Bhaktapur

 PAN No. 302335606

D

Social welfare council affiliation number and date:

8335-2055/10/24 BS

E

NGO federation registration no and date

CR–RAM–18 date 2057/9/3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

III. Programmatic Information:

 

Programs of last five years

 

Program Name

Program Objectives

Start and ending date (MM/YY)

Source of funding

Total Budget

(NRs.)

Geographic coverage VDC

Target HH and pop.

Among targeted HH

PVSE (Dalit and Janajati HHs)

Key activities

1. Rural development program

To enable and empower poor women, Dalit, Janajati and vulnerable groups to gain access to resource and infrastructure for their productive self-employment, encourage them to undertake income-generation and community infrastructure related activities for poverty alleviation and improved quality of life.

2062 to ongoing

Poverty alleviation Fund Nepal

12228287.00 (Partner Organization Budget from 2005)

 

Namadi, Betali, Duragaun, Pritee, Gupteshwoer, Bhuji and Rasnalu VDCs of Ramechhap District

5742 HHs and

27105 population

4250 HHs

§  Community organization formation and Social mobilization

§  Small scale community level productive infrastructure development

§  Nutrition program including kitchen and home gardening for pregnant women and under 2 years child

§  Conduct building trainings on enterprise development, SMEs, institutional development Account keeping, leadership development, TOPETOSE etc.

2.Small irrigation program Supported by Local  Infrastructure for livelihood improvement (LILI)/HELVETAS NEPAL

To provide better access to water for irrigation through small scale farmer managed irrigation system thereby increasing agricultural productivity and improving income and food sufficiency of rural communities in hill areas.

June, 2008 to July 2014

Local  Infrastructure for livelihood improvement (LILI)/HELVETAS NEPAL

10502040.00 (Organization  Cost) and

97000000.00 (irrigation project Cost)  .

Namadi, Pritee, Bhuji, Doramba, Tokarpur, Phulasi, Dimipokhari, Gausara, Khaniyapani, Nagdaha, Phulasi Chanakhu, chisapani VDCs of Ramechhap District

 3725 HHs and 18368 population

2732 HHs

§  Formation and facilitation the users' groups and committees for small scale infrastructures construction formation.

§  Organize community-bases training on agriculture, forestry and micro enterprises.

§  Facilitation to the community for the irrigation project construction, management, operation and maintenance.

§  Assist and motivate the community to coordinate and collaborate with the concerned agriculture service providers and stakeholders.

§  Conduct public hearings and social audits.

3.Local Governance  and CommunityY DevelopmentProgramme

(LGCDP )

To improve local governance for effective service delivery and citizen empowerment. It provides an overall framework for: (i) strengthening decentralization and devolution processes; (ii) improving local governance system to ensure effective delivery of basic services; and (iii) empowering citizens, especially women, children and disadvantaged groups (DAGs) and their institutions

2067 to Ashad 2070 and  Baisakh 2072to ongoing

LGCDP I / District development office Ramechhap

1886000.00.

 Pritee, Gupteshwoer, Bhuji  Those, Kubhukasthali, Chuchure, Duragaun , Bamti and Gumdel  VDCs of ramechhap District

2618 HHs and 15193 population

 

1952 HHs

§  Social mobilization for public awareness and participation in local level planning process.

§   Facilitation for creation of Ward Citizen Forums (WCFs) and Citizens Awareness Centers and conduct REFLECT classes

§  Facilitation for planning process of VDC Resource distribution and engagement of poor and excluded group in planning and oversight of local bodies' activities.

§  Resource mapping, power and poverty analysis, social resource mapping to increase their active participation DAG in local planning process.

§  Prepare VDC profile. 

§  Facilitation for User group for monitoring, public auditing, reporting

§  Facilitation for Community organization (CO) formation & Registration

§  Trainings for community organization on organizational development, Account keeping, leadership development, income generation.

4.Sustainable Soil Management Program (SSMP)

To promote sustainable soil management practices by preparing, managing and applying farmyard manure, the collection of cattle urine for application as a fertilizer and plant tonic and as a base for the preparation of bio pesticides, the combining of the above practice with the inclusion of legumes fodder and forage plants in to the rotation and the incorporation of improved  grain, varieties, vegetables and other cash croup in to the cropping system.

2009 to July 2014

Sustainable Soil Management Program (SSMP) HELVETAS

2854609.00

Pritee, Bhuji, Doramba, Tokarpur,  and Gunsi  VDCs of Ramechhap District

567 HHs and 2577 population

282 HHs

§  Farmers group formation and facilitation for SSM practices.

§  Organize community-base training like vegetable farming, cash crop farming, saving and credit/cooperative management and marketing.

§  Trainings on bio pesticide, manure preparation, agro-forestry, crop rotation, off season vegetable farming, market management etc.

§  Coordination and collaboration with the concerned agriculture service provider, stakeholders.

5.Improve Water mill Support Programme

To improve access of sustainable energy source by improving traditional water mills which based on simple rural technology.

Feb 2002 to Ongoing till this fiscal year

Alternative Energy promotion center (AEPC)/ Center for Rural Technology (CRT)

47,80,000  .00

Rasnalu, Gupteshwor, Preeti,  Betali, Doramba, Dimepokhari, Khadandevi, Khaniyapani, Pakarbash, Pinkhuri, Khimti, Bamti, Kubukasthali, Lakhanpur, Tokerpur, Puranaghaun

3725 HHs

18368 population

2756 HHs

§  Baseline survey on traditional mills

§  Technical support to communities for improving traditional  mills

§  Trainings on

§  Income generation promotion and enterprise development

§  Electrification through improved Water mill

 

6.Community forestry  and leasehold user group  revision

§  Support to forest user group for revision of their operation plan and constitution for sustainable forest management and livelihood improvement of poor.

2070 to 2071

Multi-stakeholder forestry program (MSFP)

1900000

Kaniyapan, doramba betali namadi Rasnalu Bijulikot sagutar chisapani bhatauli Ramechhap

23665 HHs

65548 population

15365 HHs

§  Forest user groups' operation plan revision

§  Training on Good Governance, sustainable forestry management

§  Climate Change adaptation plan preparation of community level

7.Comprehensive Package for mobile population and their family program

Prevent the incidence of HIV/AIDS through information dissemination; harm reduction (condom promotion and exchange of needles and syringes) counseling and education for safer sex. This program primarily focuses on migrants’ workers, female sex workers (FSWs), men who have sex with men (MSMs) and clients of FSWs that comprised of transport workers, internal migrants and labor workers.

Aug 2008 to 2011 July

Bagmati Welfare Society Nepal

(BWSN)

14,44,980.00

21 VDCs of Ramechhap

28664 HHs

 

879544 population

 

 

14754 HHs

 

POP 879544

 

 

·     Establishment and operation of Information Center on HIV/AIDS I. E Transmission-Transmission behavior and preventive behavior

·     Condom promotion activities

·     HIV/AIDS Harm Reduction activities such as psychosocial counseling, detoxification and HIV/AIDS testing

·     Mainstreaming HIV AIDS in local level planning through DACC

·     Advocacy and Lobby

·     Awareness raising within the project frame of Rural Access Improvement and Decentralization Project (RAIDP)

8.Humanitarian Preparedness and Response (HPP-ND)

 To address disaster risk management and increase community resilience through integrated program incorporating public health, disaster mitigation, drinking water, capacity building, institutional development and education.

1 Sept 2006 to 30 April 2010

Bagmati Welfare Society Nepal

(BWSN)

17,23,760.00

15 VDCs

 21401 HHs

 

70872 Pop

15632 HHs

 

POP 71679

·     Advocacy and Coordination with the stakeholders (UN OCHA, WFP and Food cluster point,  DAO, DDC, , DHO, Distict Office of  Drinking Water Supply, District Soil Conservation Office, NGOs/INGOs, local bodies, line agencies)

·     District Disaster Preparedness and Response Plan

·     Use PCVA, PRA, RRA tools for tracing the underlined causes of poverty

·     Livelihood support ( on the basis of need analysis of the community)

·     Health and Nutrition support, Hygiene promotion, and WASH activities

·     Formation of Disaster Management Committee (DMC) and task force (affected VDCs).

·     Training [Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), Climate change adaption ,Disaster Need Assessment (DNA), Public Health and Watsan, Disaster Preparedness, Gender and HIV/AIDS, Livelihood]

                                                           

 

III.        Vision, Mission, Goals and Objectives of organization

 

Vision: Creation of self reliant society based on balanced development initiatives

 

Mission:  Institutional development for promoting participatory development practices and identification, mobilization and conservation of local resources for economically prosperous society, human right protection and environment conservation

 

Goal:  Empowerment of local communities for leading dignified and peaceful lives and ensure sustainable development through wise and effective utilization of natural, physical, economical and human resources at local.

 

Objectives:

·    To operate various income-generating, skill-oriented and small infrastructure programs for economically poor, women and vulnerable communities to improve their socio-economic conditions.

·    To promote and protect rights of women and children by mainstreaming their issues in development and political process.

·    To implement different activities related to education, health and the protection of environment for sustainable development and poverty reduction

·    To promote modern and scientific agriculture farming practices in rural areas for generating income and employment opportunities for poor farmer groups.

·    To form saving and credit groups and mobilize them for utilizing their funds for making them self reliance through income generating activities.

·    To advocate and lobby for human rights, good governance and sustainable peace

·    To foster mutual cooperation, coordination and linkage with local bodies (DDC, VDCs, Municipalities) government line agencies and all other development partners for synergetic development efforts

 

 

V. Budget and accounting system

 

Total Income / expenses in last five years

 

Year

Total Income

Total expenditure

Source of funding

070/071

6754892

6596712

LILI, PAF, MSFP,AEPC

069/070

6472208

6285771

LILI, PAF, SSMP,LGCDP, AEPC

068/069

4759962

4748300

LILI, PAF, SSMP LGCDP, AEPC

067/068

5896711

5680779

LILI, PAF, SSMP,LGCDP, AEPC

066/067

4627215

3863403

LILI, PAF,BWSN, SSMP AEPC

Total

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VI. Governance and Management

A)   Profile of governing board

Full name

Position

Sex

Cast / Ethnicity

Ratna Prasad Kandel

Chairperson

Male

B/C

Birbal Pathak

Vice- Chairperson

Male

B/C

Sharila Pathak

Vice- Chairperson

Female

B/C

Urmila Barmashakha

Secretary

Female

Dalit

Santalal Tamang

Vic- secretary

Male

Janajati

Lila Tamang

Treasurer

Female

Jatajati

Bim Bahadur BK

Member

Male

Dalit

Indira Kandel

Member

Female

B/C

Tulasa Bal

Member

Female

Janajati

 

 

 

B)   Profile of general member

Total number & %

Male

Female

Dalit

Janjati

Newar

Muslim

B/C

Other

(N)

42

28

6

25

-

-

39

 

(%)

60

40

8.5

35.5

 

 

56

 

 

C)   Profile of key current staff

Full name

Position

Academic Qualification

Sex

Cast & Ethnicity 

Expertise

Years of Experience

Bhola Pathak

Director

BA, MA Running

M

B/C

Community Development, Livelihood, Health and Nutrition  

13

Sanjaya Bhandari

Program coordinator

BED

Male

B/C

DRR, Climate change, Health and  Hygiene

6

Sushil Upreti

Finance Officer

MBA Running

Male

B/C

Overall expertise of  Financial management software and manual 

10

Shankar Upreti

Accountant

10+2 Management

Male

B/C

Financial management software and manual 

8

Devi Karki

Program Officer

BA

Female

B/C

Livelihood, Social mobilization

3

Dipa Nepali

Field Officer

BA

Female

Dalit

Social mobilization and Livelihood,

6

Anjana Karki

Social Mobilizer

 10+2

Female

B/C

Social mobilization

3

Hema Kumari Hamal

Social Mobilizer

 10+2

Female

Janajati

DRR, Climate change, Social mobilization, Livelihood,  

1

Sabitri Sunuwar

Social Mobilizer

 10+2

Female

Janajati

Social mobilization

1

Sajja Sunuwar

Social Mobilizer

 10+2

Female

Janajati

Social mobilization

4

Gita Karki

Social Mobilizer

 10+2

Female

B/C

Health and Nutrition ,Social mobilization

1

Menuka sunuwar

Social Mobilizer

 10+2

Female

Janajati

Social mobilization, Livelihood,  

1

Anita karki

Social Mobilizer

 10+2

Female

B/C

Health and Nutrition , Social mobilization

1

Laxmi Basnet

Social Mobilizer

 10+2

Female

B/C

Social mobilization

1

Kagi Mugrati

Social Mobilizer

 10+2

Male

Dalit

Climate change, Social mobilization

4

Purusotam Basnet

Social Mobilizer

 10+2

Male

B/C

Health and Nutrition , Social mobilization

4

Devraj Sunuwar

Sub overseer

 10+2

Male

Janajati

Technician, Livelihood, Health and Nutrition , Social mobilization

6

Man Kumari Aale Mager

JTA

 10+2

Female

Janajati

Vegetable farming and Natural disaster/Climate change

3

Suchana Karki

Sub overseer

 10+2

Female

B/C

Technician and Livelihood

3

Bina kumari Thapa

JTA

 10+2

Female

Janajati

Vegetable farming and Livelihood

3

Mahesh Sunuwar

Sub overseer

 10+2

Male

Janajati

Technician, Health and Nutrition , Social mobilization

1

 

 

 

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