Latrine Construction Kavre

As a part of ‘Swochha Bidhyalaya Program’, Clean up Nepal is supporting Shree Baluwa Secondary School at Baluwapati, Kavre to construct latrines. The construction of latrines at this school is in its completion phase and will be handed over along with awareness program on water, sanitation and hygiene by November 2016.
After the Gorkha Earthquake 2015, Clean up Nepal assessed several schools and identified Shree Baluwa Secondary School as one of the four badly hit government schools. The need to construct latrines was prominent as their latrine was completely damaged and also insufficient for the number of students in the school.
The construction of latrines has been possible with the support of the local community. Clean up Nepal along with Nagarkot Naldum Tourism Development Committee organized a run from Nagarkot to Dhulikhel in August 2015 to raise some portion of funds for the latrine construction at Shree Baluwa Secondary School. Clean up Nepal’s ‘Swochha Bidhyalaya Program’ is generously funded by Ncell.
Program: Upcycling training
Date: 22th September, 2016
Clean up Nepal facilitated a ten day up-cycling training from Friday, 02 September 2016 till Wednesday, 21 September 2016 to train a total of 10 young girls of Hunumanthan to learn skills to make up-cycled products. During this period, the trainees learnt to knit body scrubbers, purses, phone bags, bottle bags, pen holders, hat key chains, tea mats, table mats, baskets, decorative items and other such useful products.
Following this, Clean up Nepal organized a certificate distribution program to honor our trainer Urmila Gopali with a letter of appreciation and our trainees with certificates of participation on 21 September 2016.
This training is an initiative to manage dry waste, and support and empower women by teaching them skills to turn otherwise discarded plastics into useful products and earn a supplementary income. It is a part of Clean up Nepal’s Up-cycling Program and is generously funded by the Nepal Earthquake Recovery Appeal (NERA).


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