Rural Development Centre (RDC) Nepal
Doti | Province 7
History and Key Successes of the Organisation
A Brief History of the Organisation
Rural Development Centre is a non-profit making and non-Government locally based organisation. The central office of this organisation is located in Daud and a contact office has been established at Silgadhi, Doti after the partnership with UMN began.
A group of young people started a movement against the Chhaupadi system. This is a superstitious belief that women are impure during their menstruation period. Later this group founded a formal organisation and expanded their activities to include health and sanitation, the environment and informal education.
Organisational Strategic Information
To see a prosperous and equitable society.
To promote rights based approaches, the mobilisation of local resources and livelihoods programmes.
Livelihoods improvement for poor and marginalised communities.
- To improve livelihoods and the health of community people;
- To strengthen the capacity of duty bearers and empower the community to know and advocate for their rights;
- To reduce vulnerabilities and build resilience to the impact of climate change;
- To support the community to increase their access to education.
Participation; equality; creativity; local resource mobilisation and transparency.
Geographic Areas Covered
Dipayal Silgadi Municipality and Sayal, Purbichauki and Adharsha Rural Municipalities.
Women; children; Dalits; young people and marginalised people.
Livelihood and Disaster Response; Climate change; Education and Health.
Networks and Affiliations
Member and Staff Diversity
Current Partnership/Donors (maximum of three)
Phased Out Projects (maximum of three)
094-420340 email@example.com www.rdcnp.org.np
Dal Bahadur Deuwa, Chairperson
Last Updated: September 2019