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DDRP (WASH programme) has been building Child, Gender and Disable-friendly toilets (CGD toilets) in schools. These are three separate toilets for boys, girls and students with disability. Read More+
Most schools in Nepal have water taps at the same height from the ground. Taller and shorter children have difficulty in drinking water, some have to stoop too low and some have to struggle to reach up. Read More+
My name is Ruda Tamang and I am 53 years old. I am from Dhuseni tole of Ree VDC. I am a farmer and live with my four family members that includes my wife and two daughters. Read More+
My name is Raj Kumar Tamang. I am 23 years old and a resident of Sundernagle in Mahadevsthan VDC. The only source of income for most of the households including ours in this region is vegetable farming and selling those to the nearby local market, Gajuri. Read More+
My name is Unaya Tamang. I live in Kokhim, Jharlang VDC with my six family members. I am 51 years old and a farmer. I also work as a mason and carpenter for my livelihood. In leisure time, I make Doko, Dalo, Bhakari which is made up of bamboos and used for carrying and storing grass, paddy etc. Read More+