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Partners

In Nepal, Mission East works in partnership with a range of Nepali NGOs. Mission East began its partnership in 2007 with KIRDARC  (Karnali Integrated Rural Development and Research Centre) in the remote mountainous Karnali Zone to the west of the country.  Over the years our partner portfolio has expanded to enable a variety of projects implemented through partners who have specialist expertise and / or essential local knowledge.  

Here are the organisations we have partnered with recently or are currently working with:



VOICE: Voicing for Equality and Justice for Women in Karnali.

Project Code: 
NEP-CISU-005
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Project Status: 
Running
Project Background: 

Project Background:

Empowering women and girls is a challenging process, particularly in the case of rural Nepal poverty is rife, and where remote communities live a traditional lifestyle. For change to happen, and women to suffer less discrimination, the support of their family members and  society is essential. In this context, the project has envisioned to capacitate women and civil society organisations for better inclusion and development in the Karnali region. The project partners (Mission East, KIRDARC and WWS) will assist both the government and communities to be responsive towards women and girls needs by providing safe, supportive environment at homes and society. Women and girls (individually and in groups) will be helped to enhance their life-skills and level of confidence. This will help them to participate in development efforts at local level  - which will benefit the whole community.

Project Aims: 

Project Aims:

The project's overall development aim is to empower women and civil society organisations for better inclusion and development in the Karnali Zone, Nepal.

The immediate objectives of the project are as follows.
By the end of the project:

  1. Women & Girls have adequate knowledge, skills and capacity to fight discrimination and violence and  their family and wider  society have positive attitude, perceptions and behaviour towards them. 
  2. Civil Society has  better capacity and stronger  networks to complement government efforts, work as watchdogs, influence local policy decisions (resource allocations, programing, etc.) in favour of right holders, forward accountability
  3. Local Government structures (VDCs and DDCs) are more  inclusive, and accountable

Donor:

Civil Society in Development (CISU)

Project Code:

NEP-CISU-005

Location:

Humla and Mugu, Karnali Region, Nepal

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Nepal 2015 Earthquake Response

Project Code: 
NEP-EQ-001
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Project Status: 
Complete
Project Background: 

Project Background:

Mission East has been working in Nepal since 2007. In response to the earthquake of 25 April 2015 in Nepal, Mission East partnered with Medair in a joint programme providing emergency assistance in 8 VDCs of one of the most affected districts, where 95% of houses had been damaged or destroyed.
For implementation, Mission East worked with Nepal National Dalit Social Welfare Organisation (NNDSWO), the Community Development and Environment Conservation Forum (CDECF), and the Sindhu Improvement Society (SIS), a disability organisation.

Project Aims: 

Project Aims:

- Provide emergency relief to earthquake affected population in Sindhupalchok District
- Prevent outbreak communicable diseases via access to clean water, basic sanitation and hygiene promotion

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