Trail Bridge Sub Sector Program (TBSSP), Dolakha District

Trail Bridge Sub Sector Program (TBSSP), Dolakha District

Project Summary:

 

Nepal has not been able to connect all the villages and settlements with the road network. Access Trails are a very important and reliable means of transportation for the residents of rural areas. Trail bridges are being constructed as a safe way to cross rivers and streams falling on the access trails. In the construction of trail bridges in Nepal, the support of the Nepalese government, local bodies, communities and various friendly countries and donor organizations is continuously being received. Since the programs are conducted differently from the different assistances of various friendly countries and donor organizations, the expected results have not been achieved. Therefore, realizing the need to maintain coordination and uniformity between the Government of Nepal, local bodies and donor organizations, it has been agreed between the Government of Nepal and the donor organizations to implement the policy and program management process of the Government of Nepal in the field of rural transport infrastructure and to conduct the program under the leadership of the Government of Nepal.

The trail bridge program has been fully operated as a publicized program and the plan, construction and operation of the trail bridge is done through local bodies and the benefited community. For the implementation of the trail bridge program, the trail bridge strategy 2062 and technical and social mobilization guidelines have been prepared and are being implemented. Since the necessary strategy, direction, standards, norms, etc. are ready in order to operate the trail bridge program as a regional program, the Government of Nepal has decided to operate the trail bridge program as a regional program from fiscal year 2066-67.

 

S.NO. Bridge Name Address River Name Bridge Length Households Beneficiary population
Dalit Janajati B/C/T Total
1 Ketang Khola Trail Bridge Gaurisankhar RM Ketang Khola 42 580 25 3125 0 3150
2 Mathillo Dongyong Still Truss Bridge Gaurisankhar RM Asare Dolung Khola 42 580 42 1590 60 1692
3 Bahula Khola Still Truss Bridge Gaurisankhar RM Bahula Khola 28 275 89 391 1203 1683
4 Tinchhage Still Truss Bridge Gaurisankhar RM Tinchhage Khola 28 305 35 1026 450 1511
5 Khani Khola (Thumki Pahirobhir) Trail Bridge Baiteshwor RM Khani Khola 32 274 0 1665 0 1665
6 Gopi Khoa (Chauthai Bagar) Baiteshwor RM Gopikhola 38 333 191 7797 1713 9701
7 Sashim Patale Still Truss Bride Sailung RM Sailung Khola 32 77 26 336 0 362
8 Mahabhir Ghatte Khola Still Truss Bridge Sailung RM Maghe Khola 32 90 0 215 243 458
9 Pasal Khola Trail Bridge Sailung RM Pasal Khola 58.5 505 0 3203 0 3203
10 Bhurunga Trail Bridge Sailung RM Bhurunga Khola 42 95 0 466 0 466
11 Jhorkhola Still Truss Bridge Sailung RM Jhor Khola 32 205 0 1242 0 1242
12 Kande Khola Baiteshwor RM Kande Khola 56 135 0 722 0 722
13 Dolkheghat Trail Bridge Baiteshwor RM Tamakhoshi 70 141 0 0 712 712
14 Yarshaphedi Trail Bridge Jiri Municipality Khimti Khola 120 80 51 103 205 359
15 Kholaghari Trail Bridge Jiri Municipality Khimti Khola 96.4 99 51 203 207 461
16 Patitar Aahale Still Truss Bridge Jiri Municipality Sikri Khola 32 1000 2176 908 0 3084
17 Singdhung Khola Still Truss Bridge Kalinchok RM Singdhung Khola 32 115 0 725 0 725
18 Mane Khola Trail Bridge Kalinchok RM Indrawati Khola 55.8 112 0 427 93 520
19 Dorpa (Tar) Trail Bridge Kalinchok RM Dorpa Khola 44 101 0 503 0 503
20 Darepatar (Chokte) Trail Bridge Kalinchok RM Tamakoshi 43 127 0 338 277 615
21 Dopatar Trail Bridge Gaurishankar RM Tamakoshi 65 125 0 662 0 662
22 Tyampethali Trail Bridge Kalinchok RM-2 and Bigu RM-7 Shorung Khola 70 115 0 480 127 607
23 Mugu Khola Trail Bridge Kalingchok RM- 4 and 7 Mugu Khola 77 456 46 1190 998 2234
24 Charnawati Still Truss Bridge Sailung RM-8 and Bhimeshwor-7 Charnawati Khola 32 900 0 825 2820 3645
25 Jamsing Still Truss Bridge Sailung RM-2 and Lishankhu Pakhar RM, Singdhupalchok Jamsing Khola 32 45 0 385 0 385
26 Teranggu Still Truss Bridge Sailung RM-1 Sailung Khola 32 89 0 458 0 458
27 Adheri Khola (Sanggute) Trail Bridge Sailung RM-7 and Melung RM-1 Adheri Khola 115 83 39 0 455 494
28 Adheri Khola Still Truss Bridge Sailung RM-7 and 8 Adheri Khola 32 156 0 208 503 711
29 Changkhu Baru Khare Trail Bridge Gaurishankar RM-6 and 8 Khare Khola 79 105 0 525 0 525
30 Simkharka Mehele Trail Bridge Jiri-2 and Gokulganga RM, Ramechhap Khimti Khola 115 332 89 593 638 1320
31 Ghatte Khola Still Truss Bridge Jiri-8 and 9 Ghatte Khola 20 150 66 674 55 795
32 Aorang Khola (Padheli) Trail Bridge Bigu RM-7 Aorang Khola 55.6 171 108 429 241 778
Total 1680.3 7956 3034 31414 11000 45448
Objectives:
  • To ensure the easy access of transportation to local people through the construction of trail bridges and generation of Local employment during construction of trail bridges.
Expected Results:
Nepali citizens use trail bridges to have safe and equitable access to basic services and employment opportunities.
Government at all levels (federal, province, palikas) implement Trail Bridge Strategy to construct and maintain trail bridges equitably.
Private sector engages in effective delivery of good quality trail bridges.

Major Achievements:

Date Title
From September 1, 2018 to present date In Dolakha district, the construction of the following trail bridges have been completed with the technical and social organizational support for the user committee in the construction of trail bridges.

Project information

  • Geographic coverage 9 Local levels of Dolakha District
  • Project duration 75 moths (1st September, 2018 to 31st December, 2025)
  • Budget NGO service charge 6 percent of total cost per bridge construction
  • Funding partner's R/Municipalities
  • Target groups Local people who have to travel for more than an hour to cross the river and have difficulty moving to markets, basic services (health, schools, administrative service centers, etc.) social and cultural centers due to the river.
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