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SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PATH (SODEP), Nepal

Organizational Mandate

Vision: SODEP envisions a society where people have been living dignified lives with self reliant livelihoods.

Mission: SODEP strives to empower the poor and excluded communities such as Dalits, Madhesis, indigenous people, women and children, among, other to improve their quality of lives through enhancing their capacities and promoting opportunities.

 

Goal: To improve the living status of the poor and excluded communities especially Dalits, Madhesis, children, indigenous people and women through participatory development process.

Objectives:

  • To build up and strengthen capability of the poor and excluded communities to improve their livelihoods status;
  • To educate, empower and safeguard humanity, promote peace, rights and duties;
  • To address and overcome various rights based issues related to social, economic, cultural and political discriminations focusing on the burgeoning disparities and corruption and speed up equitable and sustainable development process;
  • To promote and perpetuate democratic practices and good governance at community, civil society, policy and government agency level so as to avail people basic services efficiently and equitably;
  • To promote environment conservation and respond to the causes and consequence of climate change;
  • To promote the inclusion of Dalit, Janajatis, Women, Madheshis, marginalized, deprived and other excluded groups within the political process and decision making levels.

Organizational Philosophy

Core values:

  • Promotion and Protection of All Human Rights for All
  • Respect for Plurality and Diversity
  • Social Inclusion
  • Promotion of Non-violence
  • Equality between Women and Men
  • Mutual Respect, Dignity and Value the Diversity.
  • Equity and Justice
  • Accountability and Transparency
  • Solidarity with Poor and Excluded People

Strategic approaches:

  • Organizing poor and excluded groups and balancing power relations within the family and the society;
  • Promoting rights-based empowerment;
  • Strengthening collaboration and partnership with community, government and non-government actors;
  • Establishing organizational role as facilitator and enabler;
  • Generating, mobilizing and preserving local resources;
  • Promoting good governance standards and democratic practices;
  • Strengthening community institutions and civil society networks/alliances.

Address:
Ward No. - 14, Janakpur Sub-Metropolitan, Pirari Chowk,
Janakpurdham, Dhanusha, Nepal
Tel.: +977-41- 523325/523210/528189/520199
Fax: +977-41 – 523325
Mobile: +977 9854022565
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Website: www.sodep.org.np

Contact Office in Kathmandu
Sinamangal, Kathmandu (near KMC)
Tel: +977-1-4487259
Mobile: +977- 9851089711

Legal Status:
Establishment: 1 November, 1992 (2049-7-15)
Registration No.: District Administration Office, Dhanusha, Nepal, Regd. no 235/051/52 Registration Date: 10 April 1995 (2051-12-27)
Affiliation with Social Welfare Council: Registration No.: 2682
Regd. date: 18 April 1995 (2052-1-5)

Organizational Membership and Leadership

Life Members – 7
General Members – 165
Total Members - 173

Men - 77, Women
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– 96, Dalits - 60, Indigenous People - 113

Executive Committee: 9 Members, (women-6 & men - 3)
Employees: full time -44, part-time -16 (men -38, women-22, Dalits-19, indigenous groups-14
Volunteers: 25
Systems and Policies:

  • Financial management system human resources management system
  • Planning, monitoring and evaluation system
  • Institutional good governance policy
  • Gender and social inclusion policy
  • Procurement policy
  • Strategic plan

Partnerships (Present)

S. N.

Name of organization

Working theme/sector/Program

Period of work (AD)

1

Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Fund Development Board (RWSSFDB), Kathmandu

Water Supply and Sanitation

Feb 2000- Ongoing

2

GSF/UN-Habitat, Kathmandu

Open Defecation Free Campaign Support Program

May 2014- Ongoing

3

District Education Office (DEO), Dhanusha

Community Based Child Development Centres.

Jan 2002- Ongoing

4

Poverty Alleviation Fund (PAF), Kathmandu

Poverty reduction in Mahottari district.

Feb 2006- Ongoing

5

Poverty Alleviation Fund (PAF) Kathmandu.

Poverty Reduction in Dhanusha District

July 2010- Ongoing
6 UNDP Global Environment Facility SGP Promoting Sustainable livelihood project in Dhanusha district April 2014- Ongoing
7 District Education Office (DEO), Dhanusha Literate Nepal Campaign Program in Dhanusha district April  2015- Ongoing
8 Acton Aid Nepal, Kathmandu Social Transformation Campaign Program in Dhanusha district Dec. 2015- Ongoing


Partnerships (Past)

S. N.

Name of organization

Working theme/sector/Program

Period of work (AD)

1

District Education Office, Dhanusha

Non-formal Education program

March 1997- August 1997

2

PACT Nepal

Non-formal Education

Feb 1997- Jan 1998

3

District Water Supply Office, Dhanusha.

Dug-well Construction

March 1997- Dec- 1997

4

Social Welfare Council, Kathmandu

Goat farming income Generation

Jan 1997- Dec 1997

5

CARITAS, Nepal

Development Program for Poor Community

Jan 1997-June 1998

6

Canadian Cooperation Office(CCO/CIDA), Kathmandu

Drinking Water, Sanitation and Income Generation

Dec 1997-Dec 1998

7

Ministry for Women, Children and Social Welfare, Kathmandu

Sweater Weaving Training

March 1999- Dec 1999

8

UNICEF, Kathmandu

Parenting Education

Nov 2000-Feb 2001

9

PACT and the Asia Foundation, Kathmandu

Women Empowerment

March 1998- Feb 2000

10

Canadian Cooperation Office(CCO/CIDA), Kathmandu

Empowerment of Musahar Community

June 2000- Aug 2002

11

Canadian Cooperation Office (CCO/CIDA), Kathmandu

Dalit Community Development Strengthening

March 2003- March 2005

12

National Development Network, Kathmandu

Empowerment and Mobilization of Local Civil Society for Sustainable Peace

May 2003- May 2005

13

SUUKH Foundation, Kathmandu

Female Child Education Scholarship

April 2003- Dec 2009

14

CGISP/CECI, Kathmandu

Community Ground Water Irrigation

Feb 2003- Jan 2004

15

Canadian Cooperation Office (CCO/CIDA), Kathmandu

Emergency Humanitarian Support for Flood Victims

July 2004- Nov 2004

16

Action aid Nepal, Kathmandu

Emergency Relief for Flood Victims

July 2004- Oct 2004

17

Austcare, Australia, Kathmandu

Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation

July 2007- Dec 2007

18

Danida HUGOU, Kathmandu

Dalit Empowerment Campaign project

March 2006- Dec 2008

19

ILO, Kathmandu

Local Economic Development for Peace Building.

Nov 2008 to Dec 2009

20

Canadian Cooperation Office (CCO/CIDA) kathmandu

Capacity Building and Institutional Strengthening Project

Aug 2008 - March 2009

21

SPCBN/UNDP, Kathmandu

Support for Constitution Building in Dhanusha, Siraha and Saptari Districts

Dec 2010- Dec. 2011

22

Community-based Water Supplies and Sanitation Project (CBWSSP), Kathmandu

Water Supply and Sanitation Bajura and Jajarkot districts

March 2007- Dec. 2012

23

LGCDP, Kathmandu

Local Governance and Community Development Program in Dhanusha, 2010 -2013 

24

Democracy dialogue, Civil Society Outreach- Phase 2 program

 

 

SPCBN/UNDP Dec. 2009 -Dec. 2010

25

SUUKH Foundation, Kathmandu

Female Child Education Scholarship Program


2003 -2009

26

 

Rights, Democracy, Inclusion Fund (RDIF)/ESP, Lalitpur (a joint initiative of DFID, SDC, AusAID and DanidaHUGOU)

Community Empowerment for Inclusion of Excluded groups in Dhanusha, Mahottari, Sarlahi, Rautahat, Bara, & Parsa districts. July 2010 -Dec. 2011

27

District Development

Committee, Dhanusha

VDC Profile & 3 Years Periodic Plan

 

2008

-2009

28

Action Aid International Nepal

Campaign for Social Accountability

Oct. 2012-Dec 2012

29

Action Aid International Nepal

Local Rights Program

Sept. 2004-Dec. 2014

30

 

Janakpur Sub-Metropolitan Office, Dhanusha

Child development through Sports and Essay competition in Dhanusha district

June. 2015-Dec. 2015


31

Action Aid International Nepal

Accountable Local Governance Program

 

Jan.- Dec. 2016

Coverage

  • Working Districts: 10 (Dhanusha, Siraha, Saptari, Mahottari, Sarlahi, Rauthat, Bara, Parsa, Bajura and Jajarkot districts)
  • Working VDCs: 246, Municipalities: 8
  • Community Groups: 1,294; total members - 32,350, men - 8,087, women -24,262, Dalits - 19,410, indigenous people group- 12,940
  • Number of People Served: 455,200; men 113,800 women -341,400 Dalits 273,120 indigenous people -182,080

Major On-going Programs:

Affiliation with Alliances/Networks:

  • NGO Federation Nepal, Kathmandu
  • NGO Network Group, Janakpur
  • Dalit Alliance, Janakpur
  • Citizenship Right Concern Committee, Janakpur
  • NGO Coalition, Kathmandu
  • Nature-Human Centric SAARC Movement, Delhi
  • Human Right Association Madhesh, Janakpur
  • Humanist Movement, Brazil.
  • Global Network Against Weapon and Nuclear Power in Space

SODEP works in close cooperation with different government agencies like DDCs, VDCs, Agriculture Development Office, District Education Office, Small and Cottage Industry Office, Women Development Office, District Cooperative Development Office, District Water Supply Office and District Forest Office.

Physical Resources


S.N.

Description

Model/ Type

1

Computer – 15

P 4

2

Printer - 4

Canon, HP

3

Fax – 1

Canon

4

Photocopy -2

Canon

5

Scanner -3

Canon

6

Multi-media Projector

Panasonic

7

Camera, Video-Camera

Sony

8

Motor Bike – 6

Hero-Honda, Honda, Discover

9

Inverter Machine – 2

Micro-Tec & Sukam

10

Generator

Honda

11

Telephone line – 5

12

Web site

13

Training Hall

14

Well Spacious and furnished Office

15

Unlimited Email and Internet Facility

Budget Mobilized

2007 - NRs. 11,273,357
2008 – NRs. 12,361,116
2009 – NRs. 13,904,955
2010 – NRs. 22,315,216
2011 - NRs. 30,408,142

2012 - NRs. 27,028,987

2013 - NRs. 15,531,828

2014 -NRs. 9,610,597

2015 -NRs. 12,728,691

2016 - NRs. 10,219,101

 

 

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