CeCRED, Parbat

Major objectives of organization:
Objectives
To operate the program to enhance level of Education and Health which are the basic foundations of Human beings
To carry out various acts relating to Women’s Rights, Child Rights and Human Rights
To render assistance in order to improve living standard by mobilizing means and resources including human resource scattered in the community
To assist in Sustainable development of the Community by promoting environmental balance
To assist in the economic and social development of the have-nots, women, downtrodden and indigenous peoples
To carry out various acts relating to Women and Child health
To conduct special programs for Gender Equality
To operate various incomes generating program in order to raise living standard of Peoples
To assist and advocate enhancing of social awareness for the protection and promotion of Human Rights
Contribute to the promotion of Peace, Good Governance and Social Inclusion
Act for Poverty Alleviation and Women’s Empowerment
The Association shall carry out the acts as non-profitable and social welfare association.
Main areas of involvement (issues)
Involvement
1. Assist in Agriculture, and Livestock Keeping.
2. Management of Community Forestry.
3. Women development and Income generating program.
4. Drinking Water, Health and Sanitation Program.
5. Management of Urban wastes.
6. Safe Motherhood.
7. Climate Adaptation.
8. Women Rights for women stretching.
9. Human Rights and Constitutional Assembly.
10. Peace Building and conflict Management.
11. Skill Development Training.
12.  Sustainable Soil Management Program.
Major ongoing projects:
On going projects
Campaign of Mother group Strengthening for Women Right Promotion in Parbat District of Nepal (Running)
Improve livelihood through profitable maize farming projects in Baglung District (Running)
Degraded Cultivated Land Management to improve Product and productivity for food Security in Arghakhanchi District (Running)
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Program, Ranipani, Parbat (Running)
Market Management Project for Agricultural Products through Cooperatives in Arghakhanchi District (Running)
Animation Program for Sustainable Forest Management Program, Parbat (Running)
Livelihoof Improvement Program through Community based Maize Seed Production (Accomplished)
Improve Production and productivity through legume integration in croping system of Parbat district
Promotion and market linkage of Sustainable Soil Management model fresh vegetable and legume seed production on Ridi-Tamghas road corridor in Gulmi district
Social Mobilization in Dobilla-Moterbell Suspension Bridge Construction Program (Accomplished)
Sustainable Soil Management Program (Accomplished)
Waste Management in Kushma Bazaar (Now handed over to “Safa Kushmako Laagi Samuhik Abhiyaan”)
Rural Sanitation Program (Accomplished)
Safer Motherhood Awareness Program (Accomplished)
Community Health and Sanitation Program (Accomplished)
Major planned projects for the future:
Future planned projects
Continuity of Sustainable land management Program
Policy advocacy for excluded and marginalized groups’ rights
Conflict transformation to reduce poverty and maintain peace
Major Strengths of the organization:
Strengths
Programs conducted under difficult geographical as well as political situations
Working committee of rural communities
More than 40% women’s participation at policy formulation level
Adequate and appropriate manpower for rural area
Availability of infrastructure
What the organization can contribute to COCAP and its members (three major areas):
Contributions
Develop human resource (for positive change)
Information dissemination
Coordination and interaction at local levels
Major expectations from COCAP:
Expectations
Prepare proposals and develop adequate manpower for conflict transformation
Assist in identifying resources to conduct programs
Assist in developing national and international contacts
Adequate Information
Exchange experiences
If the organization is implementing projects with financial support from any donor:
Address
Centre for Community Resources and Environment Development (CeCRED), Batawaran Vikas tatha samudayik Shrot Kendra, Parbat, Nepal
Phone : 977 – 67 – 420937
Fax : 977 – 67 – 420383
Email : cecred@ntc.net.np, cecrednepal@gmail.com
Date of Establishment 2057-12-1 B.S
Executive Committee Members
S.N.
Name Designation
1. Ms. Uma Kumari Gurung Chairperson
2. Ms. Rudra Bdr. Chhetri Vice-chairperson
3. Mr. Puspa Bhusal Secretary
4. Ms. Manisha Thakuri Treasurer
5. Ms. Khaisara pariyar Joint Secretary
6. Ms. Hira Rana Member
7. Ms. Sita Thapa Member
8. Ms. Manu Rana Thapa Member
9. Mr. Khim Bahadur Thapa Member
10. Mr. Em Bahadur BK Member
11. Mr. Huma Kanta Paudel Member
Number of General Members 33
Geographical coverage
33
Professinal Staff
S.
No.
Position
Education
Employment Record/
Year
Professional Background
1
Executive Director
BA
2057/12/1
Policy making and community Development
2
Project Leader
BSC. Ag
2066
Soil Scientist
3
Project Leader
BSC. Ag
2066
Horticulture
4
Program Officer
B.com
2062
Social Mobilization, community development
5
Field Coordinator
B. Ed
Jan 15, 2011
Education, Women Right
6
Account Officer
M.Com
Account and administration
7
Admin & Finance Officer
BA
Administration
8
Training Officer
B. Ed
Facilitation on IGSA
9
Project Coordinator
BA
Social Mobilization
10
Field Supervisor
SLC
Social Mobilzation
11
Sub Engineer
I.E
Designing and Estimate
12
Health Promoter
CMA
Social Mobilization
13
Community facilitator
BA
Social Mobilization
14
Community facilitator
BA
,,
15
Community facilitator
BA
,,
16
Social Mobilizer
BA
,,
17
Animator
BA
Social Mobilization
18
Animator
SLc
,,
19
Office Assistant
Bed
Office Management
Phone : Centre for Comm
Fax : 977 – 67 – 420383
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