Oxfam in Nepal

River basin communities of both sides of Mahakali river, one of the transboundary rivers between Nepal and India, are now active to jointly solve common problems they face in their daily lives. Leading newspapers Nagarik Daily and Gorkhapatra reported in December 2018, “Communities living in river...
WEC members discussing on flood early warning communication
Introduction Mahakali a Himalayan catchment of Ghagra sub basin of the large Ganga Basin, originates from the Trans Himalayan region of Kalapani (>3600 m) and ultimately drains through the Terai plains of Uttar Pradesh. Numerous rivers and streams join the Mahakali from the higher, middle, lower...
A man displaying beads jewellery he made
Disability can sometimes stand in between a person's potentials. But this organisation, Apanga Sew Kendra has proven otherwise. There are 16 physically and mentally challenged people who have utilized their skills to make items from beads, crystal, and felt, earning an income and boosting their...
Mahakali River
The communities dependent on Mahakali River live so close to water but are far from protection of their livelihood and the access to natural resource. Oxfam's TROSA project has been launched to work for these communities. Government authorities have also acknowledged the problems of these...
women's land rights
This report contains experiences and learning achieved by participants of "Governing Land for Men and Women" a three-month learning programme jointly launced by Oxfam in Nepal and UN FAO. You will find in this report opinion of the programme participants on recognising and securing land rights of...
Cash transfer in Nepal
Through Cash Transfer Program (2015 to 2017), Oxfam in Nepal supported over 70,518 affected families to meet their basic food security needs and re-establish their livelihoods though Cash for Work, Cash Grants or Vouchers. The use of different modalities of the CTP has been appreciated by the...
A collection of 12 stories from 2017 containing stories of hopes and change, brought in the lives of the people through the support of Oxfam and its partner organisations in various districts. Oxfam and its partner organisations have been able to reach out to the people affected by natural...
The landslide at Ree village of Dhading
Oxfam in Nepal responded to the landslide that occured in Ree village of Dhading in July 2017 by providing life-saving items to nearly 100 people. Take a look at the pictures of how Oxfam coordinated with the District Disaster Relief Committee (DDRC) to provide relief items to these pepole.
Oxfam prepares Disaster Risk Management Plan/Photo by: Devi Raman Acharya/Action Nepal
Satyadevi Village Development Committee (VDC) in Dhading district was affected by the 2015 earthquake where 46 people died and several others were injured. Oxfam and local partners in Dhading supported the VDC by developing Disaster Risk Management Plan in coordination with the government agencies...
Crusaders of Change is a collection of case stories with a first-hand account of the changes led by the women leaders from the Women Leadership Programme (WLP) supported by Oxfam. WLP was a three-year project (2014-2017) implemented with the goal of increasing the influence of poor and marginalised...

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