||Name of the Project
||Name of the Donor
||Business Literacy Program
||Phase I1. Banke2. Bardiya3. Dailekh4. Dang5. Surkhet6. Jajarkot7. Pyuthan8. Rolpa9. Rukum10. SalyanPhase II1. Achham2. Baitadi3. Dadeldhura4. Doti5. Kailali6. Kanchanpur7. Palpa8. Arghakhachi9. Gulmi10. Kapilvastu
||To increase the resilience of the households and communities through enhanced literacy, numeracy and business/entrepreneurial skills in the Western, Mid-Western & Far-Western regions of Nepal.
||Knowledge based Integrated Sustainable Agricultureand Nutrition (KISAN) Project
||Banke, Bardiya, Dailekh, Dang, Surkhet, Jajarkot, Pyuthan, Rolpa, Rukum, Salyan, Achham, Baitadi, Dadeildhura, Doti, Kailali, Kanchanpur, Palpa, Arghakhachi, Gulmi, and Kapilvastu
||To increase credit availability in KISAN project districts
||Sustainable Action for Resilience and Food Securty
||Save the Children/USAID Nepal
||Makwanpur, Sindhuli, Udaypur, Khotang, Okhaldunga, Dolakha, Ramechaap, Rasuwa, Kavrepalanchok, Nuwakot, Sindhupalchok.
||To increase resilience for target vulnerable communities in Nepal.
||Building Bridges at Local Level (BBLL)
||Nuwakot and Rukum
||To improve access of the local people to social and basic services, economic resources, and opportunities.
||Sustainable Community Development Project for Poverty Reduction (SCODEP)
||Poverty Alleviation Fund
||Rukum, Rasuwa, and Dolpa
||Sensitizing and organizing poor communities through social mobilization so as to bring them in the mainstream of development.
||Community based Micro Health Insurance
||Save the Children
||Exposure to policy makers of different level to micro insurance,
Transfer of risk from communities to commercial entities through reinsurance,
Capacity enhancement in administering micro health insurance,
Knowledge sharing on financial risk management among poor households,Greater access of inclusive micro health insurance
||Emergency Response to Nepal Earthquake
||Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur
||It aims for livelihood recovery program through promotion of improved kitchen garden, training to farmers moving towards commercial vegetable farming and input support, livestock promotion for restoring their employment and enterprises special focus for single women/women headed business, and orientation on Protection and Safeguarding for gender and protection.
||Social Protection Cash Transfer Project
||World Vision International
||Sindhupalchok, Dhading, Nuwakot, and Gorkha
||To increase the most vulnerable communities’ access to basic necessities and/or services, as well as enhance knowledge of beneficiaries on issues that affect their well-being.