Social Awareness concerned Forum SAC Nepal

Social awareness concerned forum (SAC) Nepal Banke
Nepalgunj ,sub-Metropolitian-24 ,Shiva shakti tole
Phone
081-550869
Fax
081-550869
Contact Person
Netrakala Shahi,Shiva Lal pandey
Estd 1994
Registration Number 69
NFN Code No MWR-BAN-10
Renewal Date 11/01/2015
Renewal Validation Till 2016-July-15
Registered District Banke
Working District Banke, Bardiya, Dang, Salyan, Surkhet
Working Sectors Human Trafficking, Children, Democracy and governance, Disaster management, Education, Environment and Climate Change, Health and HIV/AIDS, Human rights, Livelihood, Peace, Women, Youth

Social Awareness Concerned Forum (SAC) Nepal, registered in District Administration Office, Banke on 24 November 1994, is one of the oldest and most pioneering social development organizations in Banke and Midwestern region.  The conception of the organization was executed even before 1994 just after the restoration of democracy and promulgation of constitution of Nepal 1990. The then new constitution provisioned liberty for a civilian to form non-profit social organization with a view to contribute to the society. Initially a small team of like-minded people interested to work for social betterment came together to form an informal organization which later turned into a formal organization in 1995 A.D.  

Having worked for as long as two decades in the sector of child rights, women empowerment, good governance, conflict management, livelihood, capacity building, leadership, youth mobilization, climate change and strengthening NGOs/CBOs, SAC currently holds a wide range of experience and expertise in these thematic sectors. Since 2002, it has consistently been working as a supportive organization for capacity building of NGOs/CBOs in Banke and its neighboring districts. Now organization has been working with and for children, adolescences, youths, women, and poor & marginalized groups in partnership and networking with dozens of NGOs & INGOs including Plan International Nepal, Oxfam Nepal, Find Your Feet UK/India, Shtri Shakti Nepal, COCAP Nepal, Girls not Brides UK etc.

 

Vision:

Support to establish concerned, harmonious and prosperous society based on social justice.

 

MISSION:

To ensure child and adolescent rights, improve the situation of good governance by promoting the value of transparency and accountability, mitigate the hazards of climate change and natural disaster and capacitate youth, women and marginalized people.

 

GOAL:

 

§  To put together to the adolescents for building up their better life and make them aware of the social evils, gender discrimination, reproductive health, early marriage, sexual abuse, killing and kidnapping and so on.

§  Increase the accessibility of women & marginalized people in all sectors of the society and make them self-employed through empowerment and awareness.

§  Construct the society with good governance and to make disadvantaged people of the goods and services of the local government and other civil society organizations.

§  Support to minimize the effect and impact of climate change and natural disaster on people life by preserving the environment

 

OBJECTIVES:

To augment awareness on key social issues such as on education, reproductive health, child rights, child marriage, child abuse, child trafficking, women's rights, adolescents and youth empowerment and income generation to engender healthier and prosperous family and society.

To build up the society with good governance by empowering and mobilizing youth, women, marginalized and disadvantaged people. 

To mitigate the hazards of climate change by making community people aware of the formidable issues on it.

To ensure the equitable mobilization of resources for sustainable development based on social justice.

 

Strategy:

To bring about quality improvement in the life of poor and disadvantaged people by empowering them, and by capacitating the local social institutions and organizations working for them.

 

 

Partnership and Alliances:

1.     Plan International Nepal

2.     Find Your Feet, India and UK

3.     District Development Committee Banke

4.     Women and Children Development Office, Banke

5.     Shtri Shaktii

6.     OXFAM Nepal

7.     SAHAKARYA Nepal

8.     Girls, Not Brides, UK.

9.      

Values:

§  Adopt participatory development process.

§  Gender sensitive

§  Priority to women empowerment & child development

§  Follow right-based approach to development.

§  Mutual understanding among the team of organization.

§  Practice the democratic system.

§  Integrity, transparency and accountability.

 

Key Specialized Themes:

§  Child & Women rights.

§  Income generation, livelihood  & women empowerment                   

§  Democracy and governance         

§  Health Rights Advocacy

§  Capacity building

§  Emergency Response

§  Climate Change

§  Child Marriage

 

Target Groups:

 

§  Children, adolescents, youths, women and marginalized communities. 

§  Child Clubs, Adolescent Clubs, Youth clubs & their networks.

§  Poor, marginalized & disadvantaged groups.

·          Government and non-government local structures, institutions and organizations.

 

Work Historiography:

 

SN

Programs

Partnership with

Area Coverage

Remarks

1

Non formal education for women

Plan Nepal, Banke

28 VDCs Banke

 

2

Out of school program for children for children.

Plan Nepal, Banke

28 VDCs Banke

 

3

ECCD

Plan Nepal, Banke

Nepalgunj Municipality

 

4

Drinking water

Plan Nepal, Banke

Nepalgunj Municipality

 

5

Pit latrine support & awareness

Plan Nepal, Banke

Nepalgunj Municipality

 

6

Community health awareness

Plan Nepal, Banke

28 VDCs Banke

 

7

CBO mobilization

Plan Nepal, Banke

28 VDCs Banke

 

8

Community awareness

Plan Nepal, Banke

28 VDCs Banke

 

9

Child rights awareness & group mobilization

Plan Nepal, Banke

28 VDCs Banke

 

10

Awareness program against HIV AIDS/STI ,save mother hood ,reproductive health ,Family planning, Capacity building of FCHV & mother groups

Plan Nepal, Banke

46 VDCs Banke

 

11

Gender awareness

Plan Nepal, Banke

28 VDCs Banke

 

12

NGO's capacity building

NPLAP

Banke

 

13

Community empowerment through Income generation

NPLAP

Bankatawa Banke

 

14

Sustainable agriculture development

Dist. Ag. Office, Banke

Banke

 

15

Income generation program for Freed Kamaiya group

(Bakhra Paicho )

DLSO ,Banke

Banke

 

16

Alternative education support

Plan Nepal Banke

28 VDCs Banke

 

17

Resource center management

NPLAP

Banke

 

18

Health awareness & nutrition support program

Plan Nepal

28 VDCs

 

19

NGOs/CBOs capacity building program

Plan Nepal

Banke Bardiya & Dang district of Nepal

 

20

Youth mobilization for peace

Shtrii Shakti

4 VDCs of Banke

 

21

NGOs capacity building program

MISERIOR Germany

23 Districts of Nepal

 

22

Better Life option program

(2001 to 2012)

Plan Nepal Banke

28 VDCs of Banke

 

23

Better Life & Educational Support Scheme

Plan Nepal Banke

28V DCs of Banke

 

24

School support program for Adolescents  girls

Plan Nepal Banke

28V DCs of Banke

 

25

Youth Mobilization  for Good Governance Project

ESP /RDIF

28 VDCs of Banke

 

26

Situation study of climate change  , mitigation and adaptation

ELD/SAHAKARYA

Tikapur ,Kailali

 

27

Emergency Response Program (ERP)

OXFAM Nepal

5 VDCs of Banke

 

     

 

 

Male
21
Female
22
Janajati
16
Dalit
4
Other
23

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Human Resources of SAC

Managerial Human Resources in SAC

 

S.N

Name

Qualification

Areas of expertise

1

Netrakala Shahi

B.  Ed., C.M.A.

TBA, FCHV, Child to Child approach on health awareness, Gender & Social Inclusion,  ,Counseling, POCAP,  BLOP, BCC, GESI, Social Mobilization, Child Protection, Organization Dev. ,Leadership Dev, Governance, AEP.

2

Shiva Lal Pandey

M.A.(Sociology) B.Com, B.L.

Gender Master Trainer, Community Analysis & Proposal Writing, NGOs Assessment ,POCAP,  Child & Women Rights,  Account Management, Local Governance & Planning , Public Auditing, Report Writing, BLOP, Social Mobilization, Leadership Dev.,Public Finance Mgmt.

3

Rabin Malla

M.A.

(Political Science)

POCAP, Humanitarian Law, Community Facilitation, MIS, Leadership Development, RBAD, Social Mobilization, AEP.

4

Bashudev Gyawali

M.A. (Political Science)

B.L.

Legal Literacy, Human Rights, Girls Trafficking, Child & Women Rights, Advocacy

5

Lok Bahadur Thapa

B.A.

Child rights, Better Life Option Program, Library Management, Behavior Changed Communication Training, Alternative Education Program/Multi-grade Teaching, GESI

6

Parbati Parajuli

B.A.

Gender Master Trainer, Proposal Writing, TOF, POCAP, Account Mgmt, PRA.

7

Gopal Subedi

B. Com, M.Ed.

Non formal Education, POCAP.

8

Sumitra Bhandari

B. Ed.

Non formal Education, POCAP, Human Rights

9

Armila Rokaya

B.B.S.

Account Management

 

Sunaina Khadal

MBS

Finance Management System.

10

Nischal Dangi

MBS

Account Management

11

Sheshkant Sharma

B.A.

Child Rights, Group Mobilization, Proposal Writing, Report Writing, BLOP, HIV AIDS & Counselling, Gender, Child Protection, Org. Development.

12

Krishna Bdr. Giri

I.A.

Child Rights, Group Mobilization, Proposal Writing, BLOP, Gender, Child Protection, Sponsorship Communication, Community Security (ToT)

13

Bishnu Adhikari

M.A. (Sociology)

Child Rights, Proposal writing, report Writing, BLOP, HIV AIDS, Gender, Child Protection, Org. Development.

 

Budget of Different Programme conduct by SAC

1

Child marriage reduction programme(CMRP)

PLAN INTERNATIONAL

2014/2015

3,430,363.80

2

Fighting Against Child Trafficking(FACT)

PLAN INTERNATIONAL

2014/2015

3,268,856.57

3

Early Child Care Development/Parental Education (ECCD/PE)

PLAN INTERNATIONAL

2014/2015

40,53100.00

4

Missing Child Alert (MCA)

PLAN INTERNATIONAL

2014/2015

795,907.40

5

Child Club Promotion Programme(CCP)

PLAN INTERNATIONAL

2014/2015

1,301,574.40

6

My Right My Voice (MRMV)

OXFAM

2014/2015

6,920,717.36

7

Emergency Response (ER)

CARE,OXFAM,HANDICAPPED

2012/2013

1,45,74,278

8

Youth Empowerment Programme (YEP)

Find Your Feet

2014/2015

46,52,378