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Toilet construction under WASH project in Tinkhoria Dadagaun

Toilet construction under WASH project in Tinkhoria Dadagaun

02/12/2015 | Public Health Program

VIN has been implementing WASH project in Jitpurphedi community, Kathmandu. The main objective of the WASH projects is to improve health and hygiene situation by assuring all families have toilet and quality of drinking water. Under WASH project VIN has been constructing toilet by supporting with construction materials and labor contribution by mobilizing volunteers. VIN provides materials such as 3 bags cement, 20kg iron rod, 2 pieces roof materials, pan pipe set and metal wire and also mobilize local and international volunteers. There is equal contribution from VIN and the families themselves. The families also provide local materials such as stone, brick, wood, door lock etc and labor.

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Wash Campaign with Health survey

Wash Campaign with Health survey

04/12/2015 | Public Health Program

Jolande Disser from Netherlands started volunteering with volunteers Initiative Nepal funder Public Health and medical care program. She will be here until 24th January 2016 in the project. According to her program schedule she will be working every Sunday and Thursday in the community health post to assist Dr. Laxmi with general checkups of the community people and her remaining 3 days will be for the awareness WASH campaign with the Women Health survey.

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Water sanitation and hygiene (WASH) campaign in Jitpurphedi

WASH project orientation meeting in Jitpurphedi

07/12/2015 | Public Health Program

A group of VIN volunteers and local facilitators has conducted WASH campaigns in Jitpurphedi VDC (Tarkeswore municipality ward 7 and 8) on November. They have conducted 11 campaigns in different villages of Jitpurphedi. There were altogether 118 participants, who were the representatives of 118 households. The content of the campaigns were importance of hygiene and sanitation, hand washing techniques and timing, toilet using and importance, toilet construction project of VIN, role and responsibilities of families, water purification techniques and moreover it was discussed on using sanitary products in future. The campaigns were organized in communityand it was adopted a participatory approach with active involvement of community people. The facilitators and volunteers used posters and pamphlets as an IEC materials. Volunteers supported in practical demonstration of hand washing with soap and water, toilet cleaning with brush and toilet cleaner. It was provided hygiene kit to all participants.
Awareness campaign was the part of WASH campaign which was targeted to those families who do not have access to toilets. It was to motivate the families to build toilets in their houses and practice hygiene and sanitation. VIN has already identified 135 families from Jitpurphedi. It has a target to educate the families and support them to build toilet in their house by the end of this month. VIN is working to declare Jitpurphedi as an open defecation free campaign in coordination with municipality ward office and municipality central office.
At the end of all campaigns feedback was collected from participants. It is found that the campaigns are useful for the dissemination of information regarding water sanitation and hygiene. VIN has considered it as a useful event for education and motivation of people.
Next VIN has a plan to start a campaign in Nuwakot and Okhaldhunga. We are going to support 200 families in Nuwakot and 500 families in Okhaldhunga. If you have a passion to work in development projects and motivate people to change their behaviour and practices, it may be a good opportunity for you to join this project. If you are interested to join the campaigns as a volunteer you are requested to contact us.

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WASH project orientation meeting in Jitpurphedi

WASH project orientation meeting in Jitpurphedi

14/12/2015 | Women Empowerment Program

On 11th December, WASH project orientation program was held in Jitpurphedi community, Nepal. The orientation meeting was targeted to earthquake victim family of Jitpurphedi community. The objective of the orientation was to share information about WASH project, to introduce earthquake resistance toilet design for all family, to develop toilet construction plan with community people and to verify name list of families who do not have toilet.
The series of activities were held such as demonstration of WASH related poster and earthquake resistance toilet design, sharing and exchanging experience of WASH project and collecting name list that do not have the toilet access and collecting timeline for toilet construction. Various representative from municipality, ward co-coordinator, Volunteers Initiative Nepal, international volunteers participated in the orientation .They were all together 126 participants among them 115 women and men altogether from community, 2 MP office,4 VIN team and 5 international volunteers .
VIN’s program manager spoke on importance of WASH project; toilet construction project and he requested to complete the toilet during one month in the community . He focused on the need of family’s contribution for the construction of the toilets.
The meeting was very successful to collect opinion and commitments of community people. The participants were able to understand the role of each concerned members. They were excited to build toilet and stop open defecation free practice.

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Children’s development project, Child Rights

Children’s development project, Child Rights

14/12/2015 | Children Development Program

On 11th December, WASH project orientation program was held in Jitpurphedi community, Nepal. The orientation meeting was targeted to earthquake victim family of Jitpurphedi community. The objective of the orientation was to share information about WASH project, to introduce earthquake resistance toilet design for all family, to develop toilet construction plan with community people and to verify name list of families who do not have toilet.
The series of activities were held such as demonstration of WASH related poster and earthquake resistance toilet design, sharing and exchanging experience of WASH project and collecting name list that do not have the toilet access and collecting timeline for toilet construction. Various representative from municipality, ward co-coordinator, Volunteers Initiative Nepal, international volunteers participated in the orientation .They were all together 126 participants among them 115 women and men altogether from community, 2 MP office,4 VIN team and 5 international volunteers .

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Two Angels in the Community School

Two Angels in the Community School

16/12/2015 | Teaching Program

On 1st of December 2015, Volunteers Initiative Nepal received 5 volunteers on regular long term project. The volunteers are from different countries for different projects. Among them there were two volunteers Carlos from Spain and Christian from Germany who were accepted for “Teaching English at Community School“ project . The volunteers were placed on Nyagyur Memorial School which is a community school of Thankot, where 350 Earthquake affected victims ‘children were sheltered and given education with all the basic needs. The children were all collected from most earthquake affected districts.
The volunteers have been taking 7 periods each day in the different classes with the community school teachers’ .They have been providing the English classes as well as educating the children about the Health and Hygiene .The children are also obeying the volunteers teachers and learning the methods of cleaning themselves and the surrounding effectively. The healthy habits have been followed by the students sincerely which are provided by the Angels (Volunteers). The generous volunteers were seemed very passionate about the work and caring of their student’s health and Hygiene. The volunteers do first aid too when they find the needy children.
They have been helping the community school administration for fetching the water and cleaning the school environment too. The two volunteers seemed very energetic, active who are keeping smile on their faces and spreading happiness to their surroundings.

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The plastic pond project implemented by research volunteers

18/12/2015 | Environment and Conservation Program

Our two motivated volunteers Kristy Cassie (Climate Change research volunteer) and Cloé Pourchier (Water research volunteer) worked together to help the community in need. Though from the diverse projects they researched and work together. As per the initial research they found drought as a major challenge resulted from the climate change in JitpurPhedi. It seemed relevant to combine the Water Research Project and the Climate Change Project in order to focus on irrigation as a key to develop a sustainable agriculture system within the Jitpur community. Indeed irrigation will allow intensification and diversification of crops, increasing the family overall output and thus prosperity. Also it is seen as adaptation technique to Climate Change.
After different researches the idea of plastic ponds seemed to be the most adapted solution for them. Indeed, the low cost and the easiness of its construction and maintenance makes its implementation within the Jitpur community very relevant. Focus groups were then organized in order to educate people about plastic ponds.
They organized Plastic Pond Focus group discussion on the 2nd and 3rd December in Thumke, Jitpurphedi. The aim of the focus groups was to educate farmers on the use of plastic ponds for irrigation, and to find potential candidates for the construction of one. A plastic pond allows for all year round agricultural growth, farmers are able to intensify and diversify their crops, increasing their output and thus increasing their potential prosperity.

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Celebrated Female Community Health Volunteer (FCHV) Day

Celebrated Female Community Health Volunteer (FCHV) Day

21/12/2015 | public health program

Dec 5 was celebrated as a Female Community Health Volunteer (FCHV) day in Nepal. Nepal government has forwarded message to all community health centers to celebrate the day. Jitpurphedi health post has managed to celebrate the event on 13thDecember. All FCHVs were invited in the program. The program was organized by Jitpurphedi health post and chief guest was Dr Laxmi Prasad Ghimire from Volunteers Initiative Nepal. Other were VIN volunteer Jolande, Health post staffs, president and other members of health post management committee.
The program was hosted by Health post in charge Mr Lila singh Khatri. It was designed to discuss about the contributions from FCHVs in health service providing to the communities. It was also discussed about the challenges for FCHVs. Most of them said that they are happy to work as a health volunteer but they have many challenges. They are working for free and they have to manage their living as well. They were expecting incentives from health centres. Sometimes they are run out of medicines and difficult for them to get it on time. They want some more basic trainings about health and were expecting refresher trainings as well.

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Conservation of world heritage and WASH

Conservation of world heritage and WASH

22/12/2015 | Environment and Conservation Program

This Sunday, 20th December 2015 Volunteers Initiative Nepal has welcomed 15 international and 7 local volunteers. The volunteers are for Renovation and conservation of World heritage sites and for post disaster relief WASH project. There are 15 volunteers for World Heritage Volunteers and 6 for Water Sanitation and Hygiene(WASH) project. The world heritage volunteers have been allocated for cleaning the Swayambhunath Site area and WASH volunteers are constructing toilet and conducting awareness program for the community. The volunteers are from Saudi Arabia, USA, Hong Kong, Italy, France, Belgium and Nepal.
VIN conducted induction program for both group on the same day and provided the sessions like VIN’s Introduction, Cultural Tips, Health Tips, Nepali Class and Program orientation. The work schedules are also provided to the volunteers.
After the successful completion of many projects and involving more than 1300 volunteers in community development, VIN has introduced the new project for preserving and renovating the old heritage sites of Nepal. Heritage sites are the pride of a nation as it is a history that should be preserved and shared with not only locals but the world and for generations to come. It is not just a property of Nepal. It is a property of the world. The first cultural site is Swayambhunath for the project. The Stupa area is full of trash and rubble after the earthquake. So, the volunteers of VIN have started the cleaning campaign for preserving the Heritage sites.

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Health Campaign for Community School

Health Campaign for Community School

27/12/2015 | public health program

Volunteers Initiative Nepal has conducted health campaign in Nyagmour School of Thankot on last Wednesday. Nyagmour School was established after the massive earthquake hit the Nepal. The school has taken in 350 children from different earthquake affected districts. Volunteers Initiative Nepal has collaborated with the school since the November 2015. VIN sent two international volunteers in school for teaching English Project. The volunteers are from Spain and Germany. The two volunteers have provided many effective services to the children. They have been teaching the English classes, providing nursing session and awareness program of health and hygiene to the school. In the nursing sessions the volunteers provide medical care for the children, they dress wounds, treat medical conditions and provide medication where needed.
On 23rd December 2015, VIN arranged that Dr. Laxmi visited the school. Dr. Laxmi has treated seven children with the most critical conditions in the school. He dressed the wounds and prescribed medication for the children, additionally he trained the volunteers, Aani and the principal from the school to do the first aid for the affected children. VIN has donated medicines and many medical kits to the school as well. In the training session, the volunteers, Aani and the principal learned about the different types of medication. They were also taught how to treat the medical conditions of the less severe patients. Since there were many communicable diseases as well, such as fungal infections, Dr. Laxmi taught the principal how to prevent spread of these diseases. The best method is to improve the hygiene, so dr. Laxmi gave some hygiene suggestions and methods how to recognize these conditions and how to treat them.

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Refresher training for co-operative management committee members

Refresher training for co-operative management committee members

07/01/2016 | Women Empowerment Program

On 7th December, 2015 Jitpurphedi Women Agriculture Co-operative Limited conducted co-operative management refresher training with active participation of all the members. The training was conducted at the cooperative office in Tinpipple. The main objectives of this training was to discuss the philosophy/principles of co-operative, roles and duties of board members and other committee, to update of 2071/72 accounting system of financial activities. This training session was facilitated by role play method.
During the training session the participants discussed about the co-operative principles like; democratic control, financial/economic partnership, open membership, education training and information, co-operation between co-operative, concern toward community and self-governed/freedom. The training was focused on the main role and responsibilities of presidents and how to conduct the meeting and effective handling of other roles and co-ordinate with other organization. Further, various roles of loan committee and account committee for co-operative management was discussed. Participants realized that they have to focus more to improve their roles and responsibilities. They were determined to continue this type of informative classes in future. They advised to provide education to other co-operative members as well. The feedback from the participants were very useful for the improvement.

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Opportunity for the community children

Opportunity for the community children

05/01/2016 | Children Development Program

On Tuesday, 5th January 2015 volunteers Initiative Nepal has welcomed nineteen volunteers for group camp and four for work-camp projects. The group volunteers are from Korea who is working for children camp and construction dividing into two groups. Similarly, the work-camp volunteers are also working on construction project but they are from Hongkong, and USA. The volunteering site for all the volunteers is different areas of Jitpurphedi.VIN has organised the one day induction and provided the useful information to make the volunteers crystal clear about the project and their objectives.
The main objective of the community children camp is to provide unique opportunity of overall development, creativity & fun-time for community children utilizing their vacation period. The children of jitpurphedi are free on this time due to the winter vacation so this program supports a lot for the children on their physical, mental and social development. It also encourages the community children to participate and learn different activities. Basically, the camp is prioritizing more the poor and disadvantaged children who actually have vacation between the ages 6-14. Physical Exercise, arts and crafts, sports and singing and dancing are the main activities which are included in the program. Mr. Shyam, program coordinator coordinates the community children camp project and local facilitator, MR. kishor is assisting shyam and leading the Korean group volunteers.

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Sixth annual general assembly of Jitpurphedi Women Agriculture Co-operative Limited

Sixth annual general assembly of Jitpurphedi Women Agriculture Co-operative Limited

02/01/2016 | Women Empowerment Program

Jitpurphedi Women Agriculture Co-operative is one of the renowned organization in Jitpurphedi community. It belongs to all community women helps them with empowerment them and economically.Under the co-operative there are eighty eight women groups and six hunded twenty five women members. VIN had supported to establish this co-operative from 2010 in Jitpurphedi community. This co-operative has been created for a number of reasons.
One of the primary reason is pooling together funds from individual Women’s Savings Groups into one main Cooperative and thereby creating a central fund large enough to supply more substantial, low-cost loans to the women, thus encouraging economic growth. The sixth annual general assembly was conducted among its all shareholders on 2nd January 2016 in Tinpiple. The main objectives of general assembly was to present the annual co-operative transaction into the members and stakeholders, to make agreement of annual plan 2016 from members and stakeholders and to announce reform new management committee.

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Mini Plastic pond project In Jitpurphedi community

Mini Plastic pond project In Jitpurphedi community

05/01/2016 | Children Development Program

VIN has been supporting different type of activities for agriculture development in Jitpurphedi community. There is scope of high value vegetable farming here, but the is no proper irrigation This problem could be solved by making small scale irrigation pond at household level.The pond is made on land and water is collected in it during the rainy season and waste water from household can be collected and can be used for irrigation propose during dry season. Such a plastic pond has multiple benefits viz: it is simple and low cost technique. It also help to improve the hygiene of household environment.

VIN has provided training on mini plastic pond for women farmer in places like Tinpiple, Thumki, Kisandol and Panchmane height during this year. People were educated on concept, benefits and technique of construction of mini plastic pond. Altogether 25 women participated in training and four plastic pond were constructed by involved international volunteers Katarina Bagri from USA, Melisande Bergeon and Flo both from France and family members. This technology is suitable for this community. There was lot of demand for mini plastic pond measuring  2 m * 2 m * 2 m (meters) by Women farmers. This project will be continued in 2016 as well.

Children Winter Camp

Children Winter Camp

Children Winter Camp

07/01/2016 | Children Development Program

Volunteer Initiative Nepal VIN conducted children winter camp from 7th to 12th Jan 2016, to focus on children development. They were all 176 children’s and 19 Korean volunteers in winter camp. Children’s winter camp is a 5 days camp that gives the opportunities for the children to explore their creativity and to socialize. Education in Nepal from primary to university only follows the traditional style education system children mostly focus on reading, writing and listening and their creativity is not explored .This camp welcomed around 50 to 176 children’s from 6 to 14 years old . It is run by national and International volunteers of VIN. So transactions can be easily made. Some of the children can have English conversation, and most of them know a few words.

The volunteers will provide different types of fun and creativity activities such as singing, dancing, painting, origami, games, and also some English and Korean lesson and hygiene tips. It is nice to see all the ideas shared by the international volunteers. The children are very interested in everything you can tell that they like to learn new things and they love meeting new people and learn about other countries. This camp provided great opportunities for the children to have some time during their vacation, but also to improve their social, mental and creative development, by doing group activities the children can make friends and learn about different new things, it also allows the children to explore their creativity and new learning methods. Children winter camp is a week full of smiles, fun for the children as well as for all the volunteers.

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New volunteers with new support

New volunteers with new support

07/01/2016

On 15th Jan 2016, Volunteers Initiative Nepal has welcomed six new volunteers from different countries. They are Joffrey and Matteo from France, Serena and Claudia from Italy, Monica from Netherlands and Simone from USA. The volunteers are for Health and care project, Women empowerment, Wash project and Teaching English in monastery program.
As usual the volunteers had three days induction on 15th, 16th and 17th including the refreshment sightseeing tour. On 1st day of Induction, they had been taken to the Patan Durbar Square, Boudhanath and Pashupatinath for cultural sightseeing. On 2nd day of induction, The volunteers management team has provided the sessions VIN’s Introduction, Nepali language, Cultural Tips and placement information. And finally on the third day the program officers has delivered the program orientation to the volunteers and, the volunteer coordinator Antonin from France has also added the practical information to the new volunteers with the lexical meaning form which is very effective and helpful.
The new volunteers seem very dedicated and enthusiastic on their projects. The volunteers are already been mobilised on their focused working sites with the work schedules.VIN is very thankful to our partner organisation for sending very devoted and skilled people and for the committed volunteers for supporting on our goals of empowering the marginalised community.

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Volunteers from Taiwan helping the community

Volunteers from Taiwan helping the community

07/01/2016 | Children Development Program

On Friday, 2oth Jan 2016, group of 20 volunteers were received by Volunteers Initiative Nepal. The group volunteers from Taiwan were sent by the VYA organisation for 2 weeks program (21st Jan 2016-31st Jan 2-16). They were welcomed by our volunteer manager Dinesh Khatiwada from Tribhuwan International Airport and were placed with their host family. The group volunteers received induction on the next day of their arrival. New group volunteers spent the whole day acquiring knowledge of the Nepali culture, Nepali language and the organization with very useful Health Tips. And the program orientation and information of daily schedule was also included in the induction, volunteers are working in the Jitpur Community into three different areas dividing into three different programs Painting, Teaching and Constructing Toilets.
VIN has categorised the painting program and teaching language and facilitating child friendly activities in the Nagarjun Secondary School of Jitpur community. The volunteers decorated the classrooms of the school with paints and colours which are assembled by the VIN. Some volunteers are teaching Basic English to the children and trained them with different physical activities which support the children for their mental, physical and social development. And on the other hand some volunteers of construction are working for six families in the community. The volunteers are digging the whole for the safety tanks of the toilets which is the first step of constructing toilets.

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Renovating schools in Okhaldhunga

Renovating schools in Okhaldhunga

07/01/2016 | Children Development Program

Volunteers Initiative Nepal, Okhaldhunga has been renovating schools and constructing toilets in schools in three VDC Taluwa, Thulachhap and Bhadaure, which were destroyed by Earthquake.So far 5 schools have been renovated. The schools were selected based on damaged and number of students in schools. The selected schools were Karkaladevi Low. Secondary school Taluwa, Kalika Primary school, Bhoje Bhadaure -7, Tejmaya Primary school, Bhadaure-1, Nav Prativa Primary school Bhadaure-8, Sapta Kanya Lower Secondary school ,Taluwa-8 and toilets of Kadeni Sec. school, thulacchap -5 and Chhatra pragati sec. school ,Bhadaure-9. The schools were selected form field research of all schools. The damaged data was collected and reviewed. Before construction work began the project was coordinated with district education office and management committee of the schools. The local skilled manpower were recruited and they were trained on constructing earthquake resistant building. They were provided all the information and exposed to demonstration camp.
VIN has been implementing community development projects in Okhaldhunga districts since 2012. It started working in Taluwa VDC in the beginning. During the time of three years it has extended the area to other two VDCs. The major projects in Okhaldhunga are early childhood development, teacher development, Water sanitation and hygiene, health campaigns, women’s empowerment, youth development and environment. About 15000 people have benefited from VIN’s projects. VIN has supported communities with relief projects after earthquake in Nepal. It has supported through rapid response, rehabilitation and reconstruction package. At this time VIN is focused on reconstruction and supporting communities through WASH and renovation projects. The schools renovation has been already done and for now it has been constructing toilets for 100 families.
It was found that after earthquake in Nepal on 25th April, 2015, communities were badly damaged. Houses and schools were cracked and went down. People were badly affected by mental, physical and social aspects. Children were found demoralized and in many communities they were afraid and depressed. There were no schools and they were doing nothing, which has supported to worsen their mental health. VIN found it was urgent to start the schools and provide opportunity to children to go to schools. After then the school renovation project was developed. VIN supported all materials and labor cost for the project.
It is found that 5 schools from 3 VDCs and 5 toilets from different schools has been built in Okhaldhunga districts. The project has supported more than 700 children. It has ensured children opportunity to go to schools. Schools management committee, teachers and children were happy to get this support.

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Volunteers helping Jitpur Community

Volunteers helping Jitpur Community

15/01/2016 | Public Health Program

We were a group of five students ( Caleb, Taylor, Sophia, Siman, and Iris ) who volunteered in the VIN construction program from January 5, 2016 to January 15, 2016. During this time our group was able to complete three and a half septic holes in Jitpur. By the end of the two weeks two of the toilets have been completely done. The work consisted of digging holes, carrying stones, and mixing cement. The working environment was great because the Jitpur community was so welcoming! We all loved the daily tea that the community families provided for us. Also we really appreciated having Kishor there as the project supervisor. He also served as a necessary translator for us. All of our group really loved the people we worked for and were really sad to leave them! The experience was really great and full of the nicest people in the whole world! Our group stayed in Sam and Joyti’s home, they provided us a lovely home with plentiful food, which was much needed after the manual labor of toilet construction. Overall the experience was great. However, we do think that possibly a larger portion of the VIN program fee could go towards the toilet construction materials. Thank you for such a great experience, we look forward coming back to Nepal again!

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Importance of social & cultural factor in toilet construction and use.

Importance of social & cultural factor in toilet construction and use.

10/01/2016 | Public Health Program

Toilet and our relationship with them; are not as straight forward as they may seems. Every country has its own social and cultural norms dictating what constitutes a normal toilet sit down or squat, water sealing or composting, flush or long drop. Understanding what is considered acceptable is crucial in developing effective sanitation programs.

Recognizing the need to improve knowledge in this area, in 2009 the volunteering initiative Nepal (VIN) began continuous research in “the influence of social and cultural factor on toilet construction and use” in JITPURPHEDI (VDC). The research was undertaken in rural areas of JITPURPHEDI (VDC) KATHMANDU over the 6 years as the Nepal government is implementing a strategy of moving away from subsidies construction of toilet towards more sustainable home owner – driven project, the VIN research proved to be an important initial step towards understanding the best way of fitting household sanitation activities within this strategy.

Seeking to identify the most important factor about building and user household in JITPURPHEDI (Kathmandu). The research discovered a number of interesting points. In many rural areas open defection  is considered a normal part of life, many jitpur people dislike port-hole viewing them as being smelly & dirty, and many people in jitpur are lacking awareness about toilets to use it. The main issues is changing people mentality “explained one VIN staff laxmi pd ghimire said traditionally people are used to going to the field, there is a need to change this behavior but its take time’’. While fear of diseases affect and other water – borne disease was the most common reason given for installing a toilet in their homes, the social status that came with having a modern household toilet for guest also helped. As many research participants in panchmane people said to a toilet at home is an indication that you are ready to receive guests.

Social pressure around toilet construction are often overlooked for example, many families without a household toilet can feel embaraced if they do not have one, and some people can be jealous of those who do. The research also found VIN has built more than 204 toilets in JITPURPHEDI . As there was a clear understanding in many communities that the health benefits, empowering personal growth, constructing and using a toilet could be fell only if the whole community owned and used their own toilet. Due to the success of this program in December (2015) the VIN began development of social and cultural assignment tool for all water sanitation and hygiene program . From all VIN international volunteer and local volunteer to support program design and implementation and to ensure toilet usage behavior, changing communication in communities program efficiently address the social and cultural factor influencing decision made about toilet construction and use.

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