April 01, 2016 (Friday)
Oxfam and DEPROSC have agreed to extend Emergency Response to Nepal Earthquake –Recovery Phase in Kathmandu valley for 6 months (April 1, 2016 to September 30, 2016). This program was implemented in 4 municipalities of Kathmandu and 2 municipalities of Lalitpur districts covering 4283 families in response phase and 1500 families in transitional recovery phase since 25 May 2015. Now, it will be implemented in 4 municipalities of Kathmandu, 2 municipalities of Lalitpur and 1 municipality of Bhaktapur districts covering 2500 families.
DEPROSC will be involved in livelihood recovery program through activities like rehabilitation and establishment of community infrastructures, promotion of improved kitchen garden, training to farmers moving towards commercial vegetable farming and input support, livestock promotion by supporting chicken and improvement of livestock shed support to community for restoring their employment and enterprises special focus for single women/women headed business, establishment/ maintenance of collection centre and orientation on Protection and Safeguarding for gender and protection.