Peace Society Centre PESOC Udayapur

Peace Society Centre (PESOC) Nepal
Triyuga Municipality-2, Gaighat Udayapur
Phone
035420547
Fax
035420547
Contact Person
Sirjana Danuwar
Estd 2004
Registration Number 414
NFN Code No 69
Renewal Date 12/15/2015
Renewal Validation Till 2073/03/30
Registered District Udayapur
Working District Udayapur
Working Sectors Human rights

ORGANIZATIONAL PROFILE

 

1.   Name of Organization: Peace Society Centre (PESOC) Udayapur

2.   Address of Organization: Triyuga Municipality-2 Sangam Tole, Udayapur

3.   Tell Phone No. 035-420547

4.    Fax No. 035-420353

5.   Email Address:  pesoc2061@gmail.com

6.   Established Date: B.S.2061 

7.   PAN/VAT No. 301836878 (Inland Revenue Office Lahan, Siraha)

8.   System of book-keeping: Double Entry System

9.   Contract Person :

Sirjana Danuwar         Phone No. 9841719785/9811794033

 

10.              Organization  Registration

S.N

Office

Affiliated Year

Registration No

Date of last renewal

2.1

District Administration Office Udayapur

2061/08/15

414

2072/08/25

2.2

Social Welfare Council Nepal

2061/11/19

17465

 

2.3

NGO Federation

2062/09/07

69

 

2.4

NGOCC

2061/10/26

 

 

2.5

MCHN Alliance

2069

 

 

 

  1. VMGO of Organization

Vision:

§  Peaceful and unrevised society based on social justice.

Mission:

§  Sustainable social-eco development along with full guarantee of human right.

Goal:

§  To build up an equitable, upraised society including full guarantee of human right making an access on service and privilege of the state and meaningful participation through empowerment.

 

Objective:

1.      This organization will be a non-profitable and pro-public social organization.

2.      To assist to do guarantee of a meaningful participation of community in the planning-formulation and implementation and evaluation process by the means of community empowerment and pleading.

3.      To assist in setting up social justice promoting from awareness increment process of people friendly policy state, good-governance and human rights.

4.      To play a role of reformation of lifestyle of community conducting skill oriented program, modern agricultural technology and physical infrastructure development.

5.      To co-ordinate and co-operate with all the concerning stakeholders to make them supporter for the sustainable development mobilization local society and means.

6.      To co-operate in the all forms of steps taken for the minimization of the emerging health and environmental effects caused by climate change.

7.      To help to promote and access of community in sanitation, drinking water, health and quality education.

8.      To assist effectively promoting existing culture and ritual in the operation of community campaign to remove orthodox and evil practices remaining.

9.      To provide support in the institutional capacity building of existing manpower of the organization giving them opportunities for the increment of their skill and capacity inherent in them personal to demand of time.

10.  To be supporter in a new initiation doing and action oriented research and new discovery as of the time to needs necessity of time focusing the concept of sustainable development.

11.  To support economic prosperity of the nation producing conscious, capable and healthy  youths by the means of other youth target program, development of entrepreneurship youth awareness and mobilization.

12.  To plead in the development of backward class or community, senior citizenship and ethnic group, Dalit people having with different capacity, women and children.

13.  To conducting income-generation activities subject to the existing law by this organization for achievement of objectives of the organization for institution development durability of the organization.

 

  1. Value and recognized of organization

Transparency, Reasonability, People participation, Inclusive, Coordination and Economy

  1. Main Target Community

Poor, Dalit, Janajati, Women, Disable, Marginalize, Minority community and Land less

  1. Strategy of Organization

§  Advocating and lobbing about of peace and human rights

§  Upgrading life standard of community by using local resources

§  Committee formation, base line, end line survey, household survey through PRA tools and social mobilization

§  Strengthening the group formed, Economic Empowerment and mobilization, resource sharing, Decision-making process in positive Postings, Local source maximum operating

§  Aware about food right, child rights, health rights, sustainable livelihood to  Poor, Dalit, Janajati, Women, marginalize, minority and backward community

§  Operation of program by coordination and collaboration with government, local government, NGOs, INGOs and other line agency

 

  1. Policy, Manual and procedure

§  Constitution of Organization

§  Staffs Manual 

§  Financial Policy

§  Administrative Policy

§  Program Operation Guideline

§  Training Guideline

§  Organization code of conduct

§  HR Policy

§  GESI Policy

§  Child protection guideline

§  Strategy plan paper

 

  1. Specialization Area of Organization

§  Peace, Governance, Social Justice and Human rights

§  Food security, Climate Change and sustainable livelihood, Construction of Health post, Birthing Centre, ORC clinic 

§  Agriculture, Forest and environment, Health, Nutrition and Micro hydro water supply and sanitation

§  Social mobilization, capacity building, skill development

 

  1. Executive Committee  of Organization

S.N

Name of Person

Position

Qualification

Years of Experience

Specialization

1

Ms. Sirjana Danuwar

Chairman

Bachelor Degree

12 Year

Human rights, Leadership, Program Planning, Monitoring and evaluation

2

Mr. Kamal Karki

Vice-chairman

B.L

15 Years

Gender equity, Human rights, Human rights and law

3

Mr. Santosh Basnet

General Secretary

MBS

5 Years

Human right, Social, Account  and Teaching

4

Mrs. Balkumari Khatiwada

Treasure

B.ed

15 Years

Women health, Women rights, Sanitation and Social mobilization

5

Mr. Chet Raj Shrestha

Member

B.com

9 Years

Social Protection

6

Mr. Sambhu Prasad Sharma

Member

B.ed

5 Years

Human right, Social mobilization, Program Planning, Monitoring and evaluation

7

Mrs.Deb Kumari Magar

Member

B.ed

12 Years

Women rights and empowerment, Human right, Social mobilization

8

Ms. Babita Pariyar

Member

B.ed

10 Years

Journalism, Anchoring. Women rights and Human rights

9.

Ms. Kabita Kumari Chaudhary

Member

Master's in English

9 Years

Human Right, Woman Right, Gender, Child Right, Social Mobilization, Anchoring

 

18.        Human Resources in the Organization

S.N

Name of Person

Position

Qualification

Specialization

1

Naresh Mohan Tamang

Team Leader

M.ed ongoing

Social mobilization, Program Planning, Monitoring and evaluation

2

Runa Chaudhary

PC

M.ed.

Social mobilization, Women right and Gender , Child Protection

3

Saraswati Danuwar

Wash Officer (ODF)

M.A. ongoing

Women right and Gender , Sanitation and Hygiene

4

Devi Bhakta Rai

Wash Officer(WS)

B.A.

Education and Child Right

5

Bisnu Hri Bhattarai

Engineer

Master's in engineering

Water Supply, Renewable Energy and climate change 

6

Uttim Chandra Chaudhary

Account

I.com

Account

7

Keshab Kumar Magar

Social Mobilizer

Bachelor in I.C.T.

Social Mobilization and Computer Technology

8

Ramsewak Chudhary

Acc./Supervisor

I.com

Account/Social Mobilization

9

Garahu Chaudhary

Wash Technician

T-SLC

Water Supply, Building and Social Mobilization

10

Himal Danuwar

Wash Technician

SLC/Junior Plumber

Water Supply, Building and Social Mobilization

11

Raju Danuwar

Wash Technician

SLC/Junior Plumber

Water Supply, Building and Social Mobilization

12

Raksha Budathoki

Social Mobilizer

B.ed ongoing

Social Mobilization

13

Sarala Danuwar

Wash-Trigger

B.ed ongoing

Sanitation and Hygiene

14

Susma Karki

Wash-Trigger

B.B.S ongoing

Sanitation and Hygiene

15

Dibash Rai

Wash-Motivator

SLC

Water Supply and Social Mobili

16

Himkumari Kattel

Wash-Motivator

I.ed

Water Supply

17

Binita Shahi

Wash-Motivator

I.ed

Water Supply and Social Mobilization

18

Padam Ramtel

Social Mobilizer

B.ed

Social Mobilization

19

Nabina Raut

Social Mobilizer

B.ed

Social Mobilization

20

Diksha Ojha

Social Mobilizer

B.ed

Social Mobilization

21

Samita Pokhrel

Social Mobilizer

B.ed

Social Mobilization

22

Man Bdr.B.k

Social Mobilizer

B.ed

Social Mobilization

23

Shayam Rai

Social Mobilizer

B.ed

Social Mobilization

24

Rochan Rai

Social Mobilizer

B.ed

Social Mobilization

25

Kalpana Rai

Social Mobilizer

B.ed

Social Mobilization

26

Surya Ojha

Social Mobilizer

B.ed

Social Mobilization

27

Kabita Rai

Social Mobilizer

B.ed

Social Mobilization

 

19.        Expertise in the Organization

S.N

Name of Person

Position

Qualification

Specialization

1

Min Kumar Basnet

Expertise

M.A. in sociology and federalism from U.K.

Monitoring & Evaluation, Good Governance, Accountability, Proposal & Report Writing and Research

2

Himal Khadka

Expertise

Masters in R.D. and B.L.

Women right, Gender, Rural Development and Facilitation

 

 

20.  Physical Assets of Organization

S.N

Particular

Total No.

S.N

Particular

Total No.

1

Laptop

8

12

Vacuum Machine

1

2

Computer

1

13

Hard disk

2

3

Printer

3

14

Internet

1

4

Fax/Photo copy

2

15

Telephone set

3

5

Camera

5

16

Watch

5

6

Table

15

17

Flannel /White Board

3

7

Tea Table

4

18

Ceiling Fan 

6

8

Chair

11

19

Cupboards

6

9

Plastic Chair

16

20

Inviter

1

10

Drawers

9

21

Solar

1

11

Scooter

1

22

Abney Level

1

 

 

 

21.  Annual budget of Organization

 

S.N.

Fiscal Years

Budget

Remarks

1

061/062

37006.00

 

2

062/063-063/064

916078.00

 

3

064/065

343034.00

 

4

065/066

127283.33

 

5

066/067

1313787.32

 

6

067/068

7249425.56

 

7

068/069

3337258.81

 

8

069/070

7265642.54

 

9

070/071

11788403.51

 

10

071/072

10393227.20

 

11

072/073

3690189.00

 

Total Budget

46461335.27

 

 

 

 

  1. Work Experience of Organization

Past Work

S.N

Type of Works

Working Area

Working Period

Fund Mobilization

Source of fund

1

Empowerment Program of Marginalized

Rampur, Tapesori, Beltar, Sundarpur, Jogidaha, Hadiya, Tribeni, Katari, Risku and Trijuga Municipality

September, 2005 to Jun 2006

666,435

ECO/WOREC Nepal

2

Community Mediated Program

Jogidhaha, Beltar, Hadiya, Sundarpur, Tapesori, Rampur, Katari, Risku, Tribeni and Trijuga Municipality

September, 2005 to Jun 2006

363,500

UNDP/WORCE Nepal

3

Parents Meeting Program

Katari

December to March, 2005

29,939

UNICEF/NGOCC

4

Self Employment program based on agriculture

Bhuttar and Nametar

January to July 2006

310,500

District Agriculture Development Office Udayapur

5

Goat Forming (Livestock)

Siddipur

November 2007 to July 2008

225,000

District Agriculture Development Office Udayapur

6

Education Program for Street Child

Trijuga Municipality

May to November 2008

100000

District Education Office Udayapur

7

Seeds of Peace and Democracy: Civic Activity & Youth Mela

Rampur, Tapesowari, Beltar, Hadiya, Gojidaha, Rauta, Bhalayadada, Risku Panchawati, Bhuttar, Tribeni, and Katari

March to July 2010

3,035,100

USAID/ Chemonics International

8

Interaction in Women Rights on new constitution

Trijuga Municipality

1,July to 15 July, 2010

25000

Women Development Office Udyapur

9

Creating Space for Dialogue: Educating Future Leader on Federalism

Rampur, Tapesowari, Beltar, Hadiya, Gojidaha, Rauta, Bhalayadada, Risku Panchawati, Bhuttar, Tribeni, and Katari

August, 2010 to January 2011

3,035,920

USAID/ Chemonics

International

10

Promoting Dialogue: Campaign on Democracy and Federalism

Tamlichha, Basaha, Sundarpur, Aaptar, Barre, Bansbote, Balamta, Dumre, Iname, Jante, Lekh gaun, Lapha gaun, Nametar, Okhle, Pokhari, Rupatar, Saune, Sidhhipur and Baraha

March to April, 2011

1,080,003

USAID/ Chemonics

International

11

Building Livehood and Improving Nutrition of Women and Children

Aaptar, Bhuttar, Baraha, Jante, Laphagaun, Nametar & Pokhari

September, 2010 to May, 2012

2,290,168

World Food Program/Embassy of Denmark/World Bank/Helen & Kelar and MDI Nepal

12

Poverty alleviation through Stevia promotion

Trijuga Municipality, Hadiya & Jogidaha

September, 2012 to September, 2012

1998355

National Agriculture Reserch and Development Fund (NARDF)

13

Maternal Child Health and Nutrition Project (MCHN)

Rauta, Bhauttar, Jate, Laphagaun, Pokhari, Khabu and Aptaer

May 2012 to December 2015

141,91,089

World Vision

14

Support to Inclusive and Accountable Peace (SIAP)

Katari Municipality, Risku, Jogidaha, Sundarpur and Tapesowari

February, 2014 to August 2015

1,348,009

Support Nepal

15

Assessment of Food sufficiency in Udayapur District (Right to Food Project) 

Nametar, Baraha, Tapesowari, Rampur, Kanunjebabala, Mainamai, Hardeni, Lekhani, Tawashree, Lekhgaun

February, 2014 to 2015

1,498,250

Care Nepal

16

School Environment Friendly Governance Program 

Triyuga Municipality

May-July 2015

244000

Office of Triyuga Municipality

 

 

 

Present Work

S.N

Type of Works

Working Area

Working Period

Fund Mobilization

Source of fund

1

Community Empowerment Project

Bhuttar, Nametar & Baraha

January 2010 to ongoing 

5,748,174

Poverty Alleviation Fund Kathmandu  

2

Local Governance and Community Development Program

Jogidaha, Hadiya, Sundarpur, Tapesowari, Rampur, Mainamaini, Katunje Babala, Chudandi, Siddipur & Saune

From 2015 to ongoing

34,00000

DDC Udaypur

3

Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Improvement Project

Bhuttar & Rampur

From 2016 to On going

17,34000

Fund Board Kathmandu

 

š The End ›

 

Male
11
Female
12
Janajati
14
Dalit
4
Other
5
Sep 23, 2017
Sep 23, 2017
Sep 23, 2017
Sep 02, 2017

उदयपुर, १७ भदौ ।  लामो समयदेखि उदयपुरमा काम गर्दै आएको शान्ति समाज केन्द्र (पेसोक) नेपालले सामाजिक न्याय र गरिवी निवारणको क्षेत्रमा आर्थिक बर्ष ०७३÷०७४ मा १० वटा परियोजनामार्फत ७८ लाखा ११ लाख १ सय ६४ रुपिँया खर्च गरेको छ ।

May 23, 2017
खुला दिशामुक्त क्षेत्र घोषणा पश्चात त्रियुगा नगरपालिकामा सुस्ताएको सरसफाई अभियानले फेरी नयाँ तथा बिकसित पुर्ण सरसफाई अभियानको रुप लिएको छ । खुला दिशामुक्त क्षेत्र पश्चातको पुर्ण सरसफाई युक्त क्षेत्र घोषणा अभियान संचालनका लागि जिल्ला समन्वय समिती उदयपुरको सहयोगमा शान्ति समाज केन्द्र (पेसोक) नेपालले त्रियुगा नगरपालिकाको वडा नं.
Dec 20, 2016

यहि मिति २०७३ साल पुष ४ गतेका दिन यस संस्थाको बिधान, नाम र लोगो परिबर्तनका लागि जिल्ला प्रशासन कार्यालय उदयपुर मार्फत स्वीकृत भएको हुदा सबै सहयोगी, सेवाग्राही र सरोकारवाला हरुमा शान्ति समाज (पेसोक) उदयपुरको साबिक नाम परिबर्तन भै शान्ति समाज केन्द्र (पेसोक) नेपाल मा परिणत

Sep 21, 2016

Pages

All project detail on Organization (2061 to till now)

S.N

Type of Works

Working Area

Working Period

Fund Mobilization

Source of fund

1

Empowerment Program of Marginalized

Rampur, Tapesori, Beltar, Sundarpur, Jogidaha, Hadiya, Tribeni, Katari, Risku and Trijuga Municipality

September, 2005 to Jun 2006

666,435

ECO/WOREC Nepal

2

Community Mediated Program

Jogidhaha, Beltar, Hadiya, Sundarpur, Tapesori, Rampur, Katari, Risku, Tribeni and Trijuga Municipality

September, 2005 to Jun 2006

363,500

UNDP/WORCE Nepal

3

Parents Meeting Program

Katari

December to March, 2005

29,939

UNICEF/NGOCC

4

Self Employment program based on agriculture

Bhuttar and Nametar

January to July 2006

310,500

District Agriculture Development Office Udayapur

5

Goat Forming (Livestock)

Siddipur

November 2007 to July 2008

225,000

District Agriculture Development Office Udayapur

6

Education Program for Street Child

Trijuga Municipality

May to November 2008

100000

District Education Office Udayapur

7

Seeds of Peace and Democracy: Civic Activity & Youth Mela

Rampur, Tapesowari, Beltar, Hadiya, Gojidaha, Rauta, Bhalayadada, Risku Panchawati, Bhuttar, Tribeni, and Katari

March to July 2010

3,035,100

USAID/ Chemonics International

8

Interaction in Women Rights on new constitution

Trijuga Municipality

1,July to 15 July, 2010

25000

Women Development Office Udyapur

9

Creating Space for Dialogue: Educating Future Leader on Federalism

Rampur, Tapesowari, Beltar, Hadiya, Gojidaha, Rauta, Bhalayadada, Risku Panchawati, Bhuttar, Tribeni, and Katari

August, 2010 to January 2011

3,035,920

USAID/ Chemonics

International

10

Promoting Dialogue: Campaign on Democracy and Federalism

Tamlichha, Basaha, Sundarpur, Aaptar, Barre, Bansbote, Balamta, Dumre, Iname, Jante, Lekh gaun, Lapha gaun, Nametar, Okhle, Pokhari, Rupatar, Saune, Sidhhipur and Baraha

March to April, 2011

1,080,003

USAID/ Chemonics

International

11

Building Livehood and Improving Nutrition of Women and Children

Aaptar, Bhuttar, Baraha, Jante, Laphagaun, Nametar & Pokhari

September, 2010 to May, 2012

2,290,168

World Food Program/Embassy of Denmark/World Bank/Helen & Kelar and MDI Nepal

12

Poverty alleviation through Stevia promotion

Trijuga Municipality, Hadiya & Jogidaha

September, 2012 to September, 2012

1998355

National Agriculture Reserch and Development Fund (NARDF)

13

Maternal Child Health and Nutrition Project (MCHN)

Rauta, Bhauttar, Jate, Laphagaun, Pokhari, Khabu and Aptaer

May 2012 to December 2015

141,91,089

World Vision

14

Support to Inclusive and Accountable Peace (SIAP)

Katari Municipality, Risku, Jogidaha, Sundarpur and Tapesowari

February, 2014 to August 2015

1,348,009

Support Nepal

15

Assessment of Food sufficiency in Udayapur District (Right to Food Project) 

Nametar, Baraha, Tapesowari, Rampur, Kanunjebabala, Mainamai, Hardeni, Lekhani, Tawashree, Lekhgaun

February, 2014 to 2015

1,498,250

Care Nepal

16

School Environment Friendly Governance Program 

Triyuga Municipality

May-July 2015

244000

Office of Triyuga Municipality

1

Community Empowerment Project

Bhuttar, Nametar & Baraha

January 2010 to ongoing 

5,748,174

Poverty Alleviation Fund Kathmandu  

2

Local Governance and Community Development Program

Jogidaha, Hadiya, Sundarpur, Tapesowari, Rampur, Mainamaini, Katunje Babala,Chudandi, Siddipur and Saune

From 2015 to ongoing

340000

DDC Udaypur

3

Rural Water Supply Program

Bhuttar and Rampur

From 2016 to ongoing

3462115

Fund Board

 

Resources agency of organization

ECO/WOREC Nepal

UNDP/WORCE Nepal

UNICEF/NGOCC

District Agriculture Development Office Udayapur

District Agriculture Development Office Udayapur

District Education Office Udayapur

USAID/ Chemonics International

Women Development Office Udyapur

USAID/ Chemonics

International

USAID/ Chemonics

International

World Food Program/Embassy of Denmark/World Bank/Helen & Kelar and MDI Nepal

National Agriculture Reserch and Development Fund (NARDF)

World Vision

Support Nepal

Care Nepal

Office of Triyuga Municipality

DDC Udaypur

Fund Board

 

Annual budget of Organization

S.N.

Fiscal Years

Budget

Remars

1

061/062

37006.00

 

2

062/063-063/064

916078.00

 

3

064/065

343034.00

 

4

065/066

127283.33

 

5

066/067

1313787.32

 

6

067/068

7249425.56

 

7

068/069

3337258.81

 

8

069/070

7265642.54

 

9

070/071

11788403.51

 

10

071/072

711919.58

 

 

Total Budget

33089838.7