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1. Social Development Path, Nepal (SODEP) is implementing the Open Defecation Free Campaign Support Program in 10 VDCs of Dhanusha.

2. SODEP has been launched "Promoting Sustainable Livelihood project" in Dhanusha-govindpur, Dhanusha

3. SODEP is implementing "Literate Nepal Campaign" in Three VDCs in Dhanusha

4. SODEP has launched child development through Sports and Essay competition program

5. SODEP has launched Social Transformation Campaign Program in Dhanusha district.

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The main objective of the Project is “to help in the efforts to promote organic green vegetable farming in order to improve soil productivity,

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and increase farmers’ income.”

 

The specific objectives of the Project are to:

Objective 1: Promote effective use of locally available organic resources to promote organic farming

Objective 2: Build capacities of the smallholders farmers on Integrated Pest Management

Objective 3: Establish and strengthen producers cooperative for marketing of agro produce

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Education
Education is the key to long term development of a society and nation. Hence, SODEP puts emphasis on educational development and empowerment of people through rights to education. It focuses on both formal and non-formal education and blends many awareness raising activities through functional literacy strategy. Many of the Dalits, indigenous people, women and deprived communities are lagging behind in education and hence this is one of the major programmatic areas.

Advocacy and Campaigning
As rights based organization, SODEP envisions rights to every individual and segment of society. Due to its priority on the Dalits, Madhesis, indigenous groups and women, advocacy and campaigning is major thematic area where several campaigns are organized. Further, there is weak enforcement of the existing laws and policies. People raise their concerns and voices on their sufferings and deprivation through various means. As a result, the stakeholders become accountable towards fulfilling their duties and responsibilities which result into enjoyment of their various rights.
Food Security
Many Nepalese still live under poverty line. This is further worse among Dalits, marginalized groups and women. Poverty is a long term outcomes of state’s policy, program and existing discriminatory practices in the society. Hence, SODEP not only puts priority on income generating programs but also emphasize rights to food approach which focuses on raising voices and concerns over various discriminatory polices and practices at various level.

Capacity Building
This is an overarching strategy and programmatic area which focuses on the capacity building of the staff, volunteers and community people through various means. Without empowered and skilled people, there would not be sustainable impact of the project. Hence, capacity building gets immense importance and is seen as means rather than end of the project.

Current Projects

S. N.

Name of the Project

Project VDCs/Districts

Duration

Funding Partner

1

Water Supply and Sanitation program

10 VDCs of Dhanusha district

Feb. 2000- Ongoing

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

2

Promoting Sustainable Livelihood Project

Dhanusha-Govindpur VDCs of Dhanusha district

April 2014- Ongoing

UNDP/GEF Small Grant Program , Kathmandu

3

Child Development Centre

2 VDCs of Dhanusha district

Jan. 2002- Ongoing

District Education Office (DEO), Dhanusha

4

Poverty Alleviation Program

4 VDCs of Mahottari district

Feb. 2006- Ongoing

Poverty Alleviation Fund (PAF),

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5

Poverty Alleviation Program

4 VDCs of Dhanusha district

July 2010- Ongoing

Poverty Alleviation Fund (PAF),Kathmandu.

6

Open Defecation free  campaign Program

10 VDCs of Dhanusha district

May 2014-ongoing

GSF/UN-HABITAT

7

Literacy Nepal Campaign Program

3 VDCs in Dhanusha district

April 2015-ongoing

District Education Office, Dhanusha

8

Child Development through Sports and Essay Competition

Janakpur Sub-Metropolitan, Dhanusha

June 2015-ongoing

Janakpur Sub-Metropolitan Office

 

 

Past projects


S. N.

Name of the Project

Project Districts

Duration

Funding Partner

1

Non-formal Education program

Dhanusha

March 1997- Aug. 1997

District Education Office, Dhanusha

2

Non-formal Education

Dhanusha

Feb. 1997- Jan. 1998

PACT Nepal

3

Dug-well Construction

Dhanusha

March 1997- Dec. 1997

District Water Supply Office, Dhanusha.

4

Goat farming income Generation program

Dhanusha

Jan. 1997- Dec. 1997

Social Welfare Council, Kathmandu

5

Development Program for Poor Community

Dhanusha

Jan. 1997-June 1998

CARITAS, Nepal

6

Drinking Water, Sanitation and Income Generation project

Dhanusha

Dec. 1997-Dec. 1998

Canadian Cooperation Office(CCO/CIDA), Kathmandu

7

Sweater Weaving

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Dhanusha

March 1999- Dec. 1999

Ministry for Women, Children and Social Welfare, Kathmandu

8

Parenting Education program

Dhanusha

Nov. 2000-Feb. 2001

UNICEF, Kathmandu

9

Women Empowerment program

Dhanusha

March 1998- Feb. 2000

PACT and the Asia Foundation, Kathmandu

10

Empowerment of Musahar Community project

Dhanusha

June 2000- Aug. 2002

Canadian Cooperation Office(CCO/CIDA), Kathmandu

11

Dalit Community Development Strengthening project

Dhanusha

March 2003- March 2005

Canadian Cooperation Office (CCO/CIDA), Kathmandu

12

Empowerment and Mobilization of Local Civil Society for Sustainable Peace project

Mahottari

May 2003- May 2005

National Development Network, Kathmandu

13

Female Child Education Scholarship program

Dhanusha

April 2003 - Dec. 2009

SUUKH Foundation, Kathmandu

14

Community Ground Water

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Irrigation sector project

 

Dhanusha

Feb. 2003- Jan. 2004

CGISP/CECI, Kathmandu

15

Emergency Humanitarian Support for Flood Victims program

Dhanusha

July 2004- Nov. 2004

Canadian Cooperation Office (CCO/CIDA), Kathmandu

16

Emergency Relief for Flood Victims program

Dhanusha

July 2004- Oct. 2004

Action aid Nepal, Kathmandu

17

Disaster Relief and Rehabilitation program

Dhanusha

July 2007- Dec. 2007

Austcare, Australia, Kathmandu

18

Dalit Empowerment Campaign project

Dhanusha

March 2006- Dec. 2008

Danida HUGOU, Kathmandu

19

Local Economic Development for Peace Building project

Dhanusha

Nov. 2008 to Dec. 2009

ILO, Kathmandu

20

Capacity Building and Institutional Strengthening Project

Dhanusha

Aug. 2008 - March 2009

Canadian Cooperation Office (CCO/CIDA) kathmandu

21

Democracy Dialogue for Civic Education project

Dhanusha and Siraha districts

Jan. 2010 to Nov. 2010

Support for Participatory Constitution Building, Nepal (SPCBN/UNDP)

22

Community Empowerment for Inclusion of Excluded Groups project

Dhanusha, Mahottari, Saralahi, Rautahat, Bara and Parsa districts

July 2010 to Dec. 2011

RDIF (Rights, Democracy, Inclusion Fund)/ESP

23

Constituent Assembly monitoring through media mobilization project

Dhanusha, Siraha and Saptari districts

Sept. 2011- Dec. 2011

SPCBN/UNDP, Kathmandu

24

Water Supply and Sanitation program

Bajura and Jajarkot districts

March 2007- Dec. 2011

Community-based Water Supplies and

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Sanitation Project (CBWSSP), Kathmandu

 

25

Local Governance and Community Development project

4 VDCs of Dhanusha district

July 2010 -July 2013

Local Governance and Community Development program (LGCDP)/DDC Dhanusha

 

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