Project: Tornado Response and Recovery project, 2019 Nepal
Sector of interventionDRR
Donor/Partner Caritas Nepal 
Total budget               NRs 51,85,440.00
Starting date               June 15, 2019 
Completion date         February 30, 2020
Status of the projectCompleted. 
Best practice 
Major intervention



Focused cast





  • Need assessment, Baseline/endline surveys. 
  • WASH kit support
  • Hygiene promotion session class.
  • Training on improved livestock mgt.or, Micro-Entrepreneurship, agriculture practice and Value-added activities. 
  • Vocational training
  • Grant support for Livestock or, small Enterprize development.
  • Improved Seeds and Agriculture inputs support
  • Cash for work. 
  • Equipment and materials support. 
  • Deep boring installation 
  • International Volunteers' Day celebration. 
3500Dalit and marginalized people. 2 Palikas ( Mahagadhimai M and Devatal RM
  • Need Assessment and baseline survey was carried out at 1 rural Municipality and 1 Municipality  include Dewtal Rural Municipality-7, Rampurwa and Mahagadhimai Municipality-7, Telgai
  • Total 536 people participated in this campaign, Male 240, Female 296 including Dalit 18, Janjati 113, Muslim 16 and OBC 389. 
  • Six-step of hand washing was demonstrated in 3 schools. 160 students, teachers, and members of School management committee practised and become aware of sanitation and personal hygiene in their life. 
  • 206 school students received 206 WASH kit, each kit containing one towel, one soap, one bottle of oil, one toothpaste, one tooth cleaner, and one nail cutter
  • 156 community people made the commitment and clean their community and school.
  • 20 people got training on mobile repairing and they advanced their knowledge and skill on mobile repairing. The best five trainees also get grant support of NPR 20,000.00 each to start mobile repairing shop.
  • The beneficiaries have started different types of business/microenterprises like Kirana shop (1), selling fast food in Rikshaw (1), selling dry fish (1), selling cosmetic items (2), selling fast food static place (4) and selling vegetable (1). They have improved their livelihood, secure their income and obtain their financial income NPR 300 to 1000 per day.
  • They increased their knowledge and practice on a selection of land for vegetable cultivation, nursery preparation, seeding method, seasonal and off-season vegetable production, prevention and control of insects by organic methods as well as marketing their products. 
  • They received 36 spray tank, fertilizer (DAP 6221 KG, Urea 4116 KG, Potash 1257 KG, Safaya/Fungicide 38 Packets. 
  • 65 beneficiaries got 1822 cemented tiles and used in house repairing.