Health Reform Project-Through improved nutrition and water sanitation status in Bardiya District

Project Goal: The nutritional status and water sanitation environment of the residents of Bardiya District will be improved, and their health status will be reformed.

Objective: By improving residents’ understanding and awareness of nutrition and WASH, and by creating an environment in which nutrition-related facilities can provide quality services, local residents will voluntarily promote nutrition and WASH improvements in their communities, and the percentage of infants under the age of five who have access to nutrition-related facilities will increase. In addition, residents will be able to access drinking water that meets WHO standards for water quality and minimum water quantity through proper maintenance of the water purification system and overhead water tank to be installed.

Project Focus: Nutrition and WASH

Geographical Coverage: Bardiya District (8 palikas, 70 health facilities, 180 Primary Health Care Outreach PHC/ORC, District Hospital Bardiya and 836 FCHV)

Target Group: Under 5 Children, Mother of U5 Children, Pregnant Women, Health Care Providers, Female Community Health Volunteers, Residents of Water Supply System Initiative.

Target Population: 4,55,939 people

Donor: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan & YAMAHA, Japan 

Technical Support : ADRA Nepal

Agreement Budget: NPR.127,293,756.00