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Running Project and Key information:
Name of the Project Supported /duration Key Information
Enhancing Access to Justice through Institutional Reform Project UNDP/A2J
The project objective to enhance the capacity of Judicial Committees and other stakeholders on their jurisdiction. To ensure better access to the victims from women and vulnerable communities towards fair and efficient justice delivery mechanisms. To create massive awareness on fundamental rights of the people and newly enacted codes. To strengthen the local referral mechanism for the effective justice delivery. To provide legal aid service to the victims in a coordinated way.
Civil Society: Mutual Accountability Project Human Rights Strengthening (CS:MAP-HRS) USAID/FHI360
The aim of the program is to enable local government to promote and protect human rights and empower people to claim their fundamental human rights as guaranteed by the Constitution, which will lead to establish an environment where human rights are fully realized at municipal level. The project anticipates that municipalities will take necessary lead to protect human rights by adopting legal, institutional, capacity measures. To improve understanding and implementation of human rights at municipal level is the set object of the project.
Civil Society: Mutual Accountability Project (CS:MAP) USAID/FHI360 The goal of this project is to strengthen the effective civil society and media oversight of public resource use and public service delivery. Objective 1- Improved bottom up coordination between community, district, and national formal and informal CSOs engaged in public service oversight for constructive advocacy. Objective 2 - Improved citizen use of available GON social accountability mechanisms. Objective 3- Improved citizen engagement in media and Information and Communications Technology (ICT) tools to strengthen public participation and oversight. Objective 4- Improved organizational capacity including institutional governance, financial sustainability, research and learning, constructive advocacy and GESI institutionalization of CSOs.
Completed Project and Key Result  
Name of  the Project Supported/duration                  Key Result
Building Local Capacity to Promote Transitional Justice and Peace (Build-TJP) Governance Facility, Nepal The project goal is Basic infrastructure and capacity is developed in promoting governance, human rights and sustainable peace at the local level. It has been implementing in Rukum, Rolpa, Salyan Pyuthan, Dang, Banke and Bardiya District. in 35 VDC, 35 Schools, 42 TJPF member and almost 3500 schools student in project coverage District.
Public Finance Management program CECI/PRAN The program overall objective is to contribute to strengthening transparency, efficiency and inclusiveness of public financial management in targeted areas through fostering the use of SA tools in 10 VDCs of Banke Districts.
Local Governance and Community Development Program LGCDP) MOFALD/ Nepal Government. DDC Rukum LGCDP contributes towards poverty reduction in Nepal through improved and more inclusive local governance and service delivery while promoting gender sensitivity and social inclusion (including child rights issues) in local government affairs
A Human Rights and Reconciliation Promoting Initiative at the Community Level Supported: European Union (EU)
Duration : Jan 2012 to Dec 2014 (3 Years)
Coverage: 200 conflict affected single women. 200 conflict affected children
The overall objective (goal) of the Action is to create a just, peaceful and human rights promoting society in Rukum and Rolpa.
The project will support to conflict victims single women to unite, capacity building on Human rights , Leadership development and peace building.
Building Local Capacity to Promote the Respect                            for Human Rights (BLCPHR)
Supported : ESP/RDIF
Duration :25 Jan 2010 to 30 Dec 2012
Coverage : 50 VDCs, 25 schools and 50 youth clubs and 5 HR network of Rukum, Rolpa, Salyan, Pyuthan and Dang districts
5 Local Peace Committees and 146 secularity personal build capacity  and government representative on Human rights protection and promotion at community level.
2587 secondary level students of 25 schools were oriented to the basics of human rights and peace education.
5 district level human right networks established in all districts of Rapti, with HRPLSC playing the role of a member secretary in the network.
A total of 50 youth clubs institutionally strengthened as human rights and peace promoting and  2391 youths in the basics of human rights and peace, and mobilised them in human rights promotions
Ensuring Participatory and Secure Transition (EPST) Supported: UN Women /SFCG
Coverage: Banke and Bardiya
Duration : 15 Dec 2013 to 30 Aug 2014
UNSCR 1325 and 1820 DPCC member organizations have strengthened collective capabilities to effectively support, coordinate and monitor the implementation of NAP action points in the 2 selected districts
Conflict affected women and girls have enhanced leadership skills and role in peace building.
220 girls increase capacity on Public service commission from free class. Support to seed grantee to 20 conflict victims group to make income generation.
HRPLSC has built peace memorial in Banke district.
Single Women Empowerment Program (SWEP) Rolpa supported : Maila Shakti Bikash Kendra
Duration : 2008 to July 2013
Coverage: Rukum and Rolpa 6 vdc
60 conflict affected single women were organized and given basic orientation training on human rights and the need for reconciliation.
A week-long income generation training was provided to 44 single women on stool making, bag knitting and vegetable farming and Pig farming. Some of these trained women have already set up their own businesses.
Improving the quality of the delivery of public services of selected VDC  in Rukum and Salyan through implementing community score card . Supported: Central for International Studies and Cooperation,CECI/World Bank
Duration : 13 may to 30 Dec 2013
Coverage: Rukum and salyan road corridor 15 vdcs
All service providers were engaged in the self- evaluation, interface meetings were conducted between service providers and community people, and they jointly developed  action plans, and as per the plan they  improved their services and facilities.
As per the target a joint monitoring committee was formed at district as well as VDC level to monitor the joint action plan.
VDC office has conducted Public Audit as per the joint action plan’s commitment.
Public hearing and compliance monitoring (Local Governance Accountability) Rukum District , 4 VDCs
Supported: LGAF
24 June 2011-20 June 2012
Inclusive participation was made mandatory in all VDC processes. The ward forums identify issues, and monitor state responses to those issues.
VDC secretaries started to stay in VDC offices at least 8 days a month as each secretary has to take care of 2 VDCs, and address VDC issues and priorities.
Single women and senior citizens received allowances, pending for a long time. LDOs started to share information related to development and services with the people.
People’s Initiative for Sustainable Peace (PISP) (1st and 2nd phase)                           Supported: Danida/HUGOU
Mid and Far West development Region; 4 district
A total of 1,832 youths and 27,300 community people, 235 security personal, 771 teachers, 117 government officials, 1496 political leaders were directly involved in peace building campaigns.
These participants shared the message of peace and human rights in their respected circles covering at least as many people.
A total of 43 Internally Displaced Persons were rehabilitated in Rukum,
Participation of Excluded Groups of People of Rapti Zone in Constitution Making Process (PEPCMP) UNDP/SPCBN 1 January 2009-30 December 2011 (3 years)
Rukum, Rolpa, Salyan, Pyuthan, Dang, Surkhet, Dailekha and Jajarkot
United Nations Development Program /SPCBN (Phase I, Phase II and Phase III.)
Sensitization and awareness events and face-to-face dialogues organized under 11 thematic issues/areas enabled community groups to participate in the constitution making process across the Rapti Zone.
A total of 14,170 people, most of whom belonging to marginalized communities, dalits, janjatis, Muslims and disabled peoples, were mobilized through these activities to share their concers to be included in the upcoming constitution.