Ranisuwara is in ward no. 5 of Gandaki Rural Municipality. The community is made up mainly of Magar ethnicity. The main source of income is traditional farming of cereal crops, daily base wage employment and foreign employment in the community.
Chhapthok is in ward no. 5 of Gandaki Rural Municipality of Gorkha district. Chapthok also consists Magar as major ethnicity. Our volunteers will be organising different awareness raising sessions on youth development, child development and infrastructure works for income generation.
Team Adhikari Gaun
Adhikari Gaun has a majority of Adhikari ethnicity, one of the communities of the Gandaki Rural Municipality of Gorkha. Due to a traditional cereal crop farming techniques and less land, the community people less source of reliable income. Our 15 young volunteers will work with community to improve their livelihood with improved farming technologies.
Sayemure is in ward no. 5 of the Gandaki Rural Municipality of Gorkha District. It is a community with a mixture of Janjatis and Dalits. They have a limited source of income as most of them are employed either abroad or outside the community.
Our ICS livelihood volunteers will be working side by side with the community on agro-based income generation activities, aimed at improving their standard of living.
Rampur is in ward no. 5 of the Gandaki Rural Municipality of the Gorkha District. It is a mixture of Janjati and Dalit ethnicities. The community has limited transportation access with steep hilly off roads terrain.
The volunteers will be working with the community on agro-based income generation activities, through awareness raising activities and technical programmes.
Deputy Operations Managers (DoMs)
Nitish and Katie will be supporting our ICS Livelihood Team Leaders, helping them to train and support them as they empower rural communities and their volunteers to create a long lasting change.
images by Katie and post by Suman