Annual Report 2019 – 2020
PHASE Nepal believes that poor health, low income, and education are the main reasons for the vicious circle of poverty. Since the establishment of the organization, we have continued to support the people living in the most remote and geographically challenged districts of Nepal. This year we worked with the five most remote areas of Mugu, Humla, Bajura, Sindhupalchok, Gorkha, and Kathmandu valley, with essential health, livelihood, and education supports and additionally, research works to strategically support the project interventions.
Annual Report 2018 – 2019
PHASE Nepal has been implementing 24 projects successfully this fiscal year: 5 projects are under health theme, 8 under livelihood theme, 3 under education theme, 6 under emergency and recovery theme, and 2 under capacity development theme. The projects are, often times, funded separately by different donors; PHASE, as far as practical/possible, integrates the projects, and delivers them as Integrated Programme so that people’s needs are holistically addressed. The projects are implemented across 9 districts of Nepal in 34 sites with a workforce of 172 dedicated staff (49.71% female & 50.29% male). Additionally, we are actively developing a research department and is strategically integrating research in project interventions.
Perceptions of Risks
and Risks Mitigation Strategies in Waste Workers in Nepal (Nov ’19)
PHASE Nepal, in collaboration with the University of Sheffield, and commissioned by Médecins du Monde, conducted a cross-sectional survey of 1,278 IWWs working in the Kathmandu valley. The survey sought to gain an understand- ing on their health status and occupational risks. A follow-up qualitative study was subsequently conducted to further explore and expand on the insights gained from the survey. The qualitative study explored IWWs’ perceptions of risks associated with waste-work, the risk mitigation strategies they adopted and factors that influenced their use of personal protective equipment (PPE). This report presents the results of the qualitative study.
Project Evaluation Report (Dec ’18 – Nov ’19)
Austrian Development Agency
This report brings together key findings and recommendations of the final evaluation of Integrated Program for the Health of Women and Children in Far Western Nepal. The project was implemented by PHASE Nepal in Mugu and Bajura districts for past three years since January 2016 with total funding of 695,047 Euro for the three years period but for the direct agreement with Austrian Development Agency for Oct 2016- Dec 2018, total budget was 606,104 Euros including 461,300 Euros from the Austrian Development Agency .
Annual Report 2017 – 2018
PHASE Nepal received financial and technical support from PHASE Worldwide (Including funding from The Innocent Foundation, Big Lottery Fund, UK Aid Direct, Evan Cornish Foundation and other trusts and foundations), PHASE Austria (Including funding from Else Kroener-Fresenius Stiftung, NAK Humanitas, City of Vienna, The Austrian Ministry of Sports), NTTI, Global Giving, Lindsay Cooper Foundation, Caritas Austria, NERA, GlobeMed, Doctors For Nepal, People in Need, The Austrian Development Cooperation, Medecins du Monde, Caritas Germany, Himalayan Development Foundation Australia, GoPhilanthropic, the Healing Buddha Foundation and many individual donors.PHASE works to establish various support networks and partnerships with governmental and non- governmental agencies alike.
Annual Report 2016 – 2017
This report has 8 chapters. Chapter one contains major highlights and achievements of PHASE Nepal during the year 2016-17, Chapter two contains a brief introduction of PHASE Nepal’s working strategy and details of projects of PHASE. Chapter three describes community health programme achievements, its challenges and possible solutions. Chapter four contains details of the livelihood programmes. Chapter five describes education programme achievements. Chapter six describes Emergency Relief and Recovery Projects initiated after the Earthquake. Chapter seven describes Staff capacity building activities and other additional activities. Chapter eight describes coordination, monitoring and networking.
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