Local Governance and Community Development Programme (LGCDP-II)

Local Governance and Community Development Programme (LGCDP-II)

Objectives: The overall objective of this assignment is to implement social mobilization at the Village 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 implement the social mobilization programme at the Ward following the approach and modality referred in LGCDP’s Social Mobilization Manual, 2071.
  • 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.
  • Support CAC operation.
  • 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: From March 23, 2015 to present date

Date Title
From March 23, 2015 to present date 81 WCF Formation in 9 wards of 9 VDCs.
From March 23, 2015 to present date The total number of WCF members is 1971 in total where 991 female and 980 male are involved. It also includes 292 dalit, 745 janajati, 934 Brahmin/Chhetri.
From March 23, 2015 to present date 19 CAC established in 9 VDCs.
From March 23, 2015 to present date The total number of CAC members is 563 in total where 535 female and 28 male are involved. It also includes 54 dalit, 425 janajati, 84 Brahmin/Chhetri.
From March 23, 2015 to present date Disadvantaged group (DAG) mapping was done in 9 VDCs and then the 4265 households were identified as impoverished.
From March 23, 2015 to present date Support for Livelihood improvement to 81 people of 9 VDCs was done in the Agricultural field of which there are 610 beneficiaries including 313 female and 296 male.
From March 23, 2015 to present date Under CAC's recommendation, small community infrastructures development project (which included goat farming improvement, Drinking water and irrigation, Fruit farming and poultry farming) was carried out of which the beneficiaries are 771 in total including 392 female and 379 male.

Project information

  • Project duration 40 months (March 23, 2015-July 15, 2018)
  • Project Location 6 Wards, Bethanchok Rural Municipality and 5 Wards, Panauti Municipality at Kavrepalanchok district
  • Funding partner's MoFALD, LGCDP II, Office of District Coordination Committee (DCC), Kavrepalanchok
  • Implementation Partner Rural Municipality, Municipality, WCFs and CACs
Volunteer and Internships

Civic Forum welcomes both national and international volunteers to take part in internships in order to develop their practical skills whilst producing work that is valuable to the organization.

Clean Water and Sanitation

Clean Water and Sanitation is the main thematic area of Civic Forum's current strategic plan. We are determined to making clean water and sanitation accessible to all.

Local Needs

We engage with the locals to identify the challenges and needs of the communities. Together with them we then develop solutions that address these needs and challenges.

We are associated with:


Volunteer Opportunites

Become a member