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On 2079/03/24 Oxfam in Nepal signed an MOU with Department of Water Supply and Sewerage Management (DWSSM) to work together with the Ministry of Water Supply and Sanitation’s campaign “Source Reclamation” in Khalla , Musetti, and Tundhikhel of Ward no. 9 in Bhimdutta Municipality of Kanchanpur...
Kabita Lohar lives is Pipriya village, a community located at the banks of Mahakali river in Nepal. She is usually seen walking along the riverbank, carrying a blue box which contains equipment and chemicals to test the quality of water in the river. As Kabita carefully collects water samples from...
Every year thousands of dollars are spent to increase improved access to safe water to the rural communities, but these systems break down in few years after construction forcing the government to re-invest in the same system again and again. It is estimated that almost 75% of Nepal water supply...
Ganesh Prasad Thakuri from Benighat, Majhimtar is often seen walking along the hilly trails of his village, inspecting the water supply pipes. These pipes are a valuable resource for the community as they deliver water to the people from the source. However, Ganesh has always been concerned about...
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced us to look at ourselves, our habits, lifestyles and things that we use to take for granted. Nepal declared a nationwide lockdown which has been extended further with prior notification. Our Country Director Sarah Blin and the health and safety focal team regularly...
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