People reached with:
Hygiene materials and promotion: 890,589
Sustained Sanitation: 431,104
Sustained Water: 670,543
WASH Earthquake Recovery and Reconstruction Programme
UNICEF and Government of Finland have signed an agreement for the WASH early recovery and reconstruction plan for the period of 2016 and further in 2017. The agreement aims to reach 60 water supply schemes and 100 school for WASH facilities and support on system strengthening for resilient WASH for 2016 and further to similar scale in 2017. Overall, UNICEF aims in providing sustained water, sanitation and hygiene promotion to 148,800 people. Additionally three hundred schools and five hundred health facilities (Please click here to view in map) will be provided with WASH facilities. As part of system strengthening, various government officials, stakeholders, cluster members and Water Users Committee members will be provided with skills in developing WASH resilient programs through Disaster Risk Management and emergency capacity building programmes.
Where We Work
We are working in the 14 most earthquake affected districts including Bhaktapur, Dhading, Gorkha, Kavre, Kathmandu, Nuwakot, Sindhupalchok, Lalitpur, Dolakha, Makwanupr, Rasuwa, Sindhuli, Okhaldhunga and Ramechhap. (Please click here to view in map).
Our Earthquake Reconstruction and Recovery Partners
The Department of Water Supply and Sewerage, Environment and Public Health Organization, Nepal Red Cross Society, Plan International Nepal, FEDWASUN, Action Against (ACF), Noble Compassionate Volunteer (NCV) and several local NGO partners and civil societies.
Our Earthquake Reconstruction and Recovery Donors
Government of Canada, Government of Denmark, Government of Finland, Government of Japan, Government of Norway, Government of Sweden, World Bank, UNICEF National Committees
WASH Development Programme
UNICEF Nepal Country Office works with Govenrment, I/NGos and civil societies to acheive national targets on water, sanitation and hygiene. For this it measures 10 specific indicators regularly to keep track of progress against the agreed result for Country Program Action Plan (CPAP), 2013-2017.It works with various converging sectors such as Education, Health, Nutrition and Communication for Development to gain collective results. The achievements are regularly monitored and the progress are captured with verification at different level and further reported.
Where We Work
We are working in 30 districts namely Humla, Bajhang, Bajura, Dadeldhura, Achham, Jumla, Mugu, Dolpa, Kalikot, Jajarkot, Rukum, Dang, Kapilvastu, Nawalparasi, Chitwan, Kavre, Parsa, Kaski, Tanahun, Salyan, Panchthar, Saptari, Udayapur, Doti, Baitadi, Dhnausha, Mahottari, Rautahat, Siraha and Khotang.
Our Development Partners
Department of Water Supply and Sewerage, Department of Local Infrastructure Development and Agricultural Roads Department of Education, Nepal Red Cross Society, International Development Enterprises, Federation of Drinking Water and Sanitation Users Nepal and Nepal Fertility Care Center.
Our Development Donors
Government of Finland, Department for International Development (DFID), UNICEF National Committees