TROSA

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...
An example of local-government and community collaboration initiated by TROSA and its partners contributing to ensuring rights and entitlements of the riverine communities living around the Mahakali river basin in Nepal. Dhangadi Declaration: Working with the local government Local governments play...
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...
Syadul Bhalinatar Water Supply System under construction in Dhading for 188 families.
To reduce poverty and marginalisation of vulnerable communities, we work to provide increased access to, and control over, ‘stream or spring source’ water resources on which their livelihoods depend. We empower communities so they can seek their rights and are capable to convince local and national...
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...
Mahakali River Basin
A five-year project, TROSA (Transboundary Rivers of South Asia) is launched in Nepal. The project is being implemented in three other countries--India, Bangladesh, and Myanmar to support riverine communities.
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