Local Governance and Community Development Programme (LGCDP-II), Panchkhal Municipality

Local Governance and Community Development Programme (LGCDP-II), Panchkhal Municipality

Objectives:
  • The overall objective of this assignment is to implement social mobilization at the Municipality Wards through social mobilizers effectively and efficiently. The specific objectives of this assignment are as follows:
  • To implement the social mobilization programme at the Ward following the approach and modality referred in LGCDP’s Social Mobilization Manual, 2071.
  • To develop capacity of social mobililzers and other Wards level stakeholders.
  • To provide technical backstopping to social mobilizers for implementing social mobilization effectively.
  • To improve the quality and effective delivery of social mobilization.
  • To improve monitoring and to assess the performance of social mobilizers.
  • To provide feed-back and suggestions to local bodies on social mobilization.
Key Activities:
  • Review the documents.
  • Play the roles and responsibilities.
  • Selection of social mobilizers.
  • Selection of Social Mobilization Coordinator.
  • Selection of Community Volunteer.
  • Social mobilization training.
  • Organize and management of trainings.
  • Technical Backstopping.
  • Act as a resource person.
  • Progress Reporting.
  • Financial Management.
  • Oversight the social mobilization programme.
  • Support Livelihood Improvement Plan (LIP).
  • Support CAC operation.
  • Information Dissemination.
  • Review the programme and assess the performance of social mobilizers.
  • Overall management and change the modality of programme.
  • Coordination and harmonization.
  • Delivery and Performance Evaluation.

Major Achievements:

Date Title
From March 15, 2015 to present date 17 WCF Formation in 17 wards of the whole municipality.
From March 15, 2015 to present date The total number of WCF members is 439 in total where 196 female and 243 male are involved. It also includes 70 dalit, 173 janajati, 196 Brahmin/Chhetri.
From March 15, 2015 to present date 10 CAC established in the municipality.
From March 15, 2015 to present date The total number of CAC members is 277 in total where 253 female and 24 male are involved. It also includes 97 dalit, 155 janajati, 25 Brahmin/Chhetri.
From March 15, 2015 to present date Support for Livelihood improvement to 4 groups of people in 4 wards was done in the Agricultural field of which there are 455 beneficiaries including 245 female and 210 male.
From March 15, 2015 to present date Under CAC's recommendation, small community infrastructures development project (which included goat farming improvement, vegetable collection center and cow shed improvement) was carried out of which the beneficiaries are 2245 in total including 1170 female and 1075 male.

Project information

  • Project duration 28 months (March 15, 2015-July 15, 2017)
  • Project Location 17 wards Panchkhal Municipality, Kavrepalanchok district
  • Funding partner's MoFALD, LGCDP-II, Panchkhal Municipality, Kavrepalanchok
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