Ongoing Projects

IDS Nepal carefully chooses projects working in various regions and districts of the country, and ensures an explicit focus on the improvement of quality of life for all of its beneficiaries. Since the establishment of IDS Nepal, 127 projects have been successfully completed. The organization currently undergoing Projects.

These projects include:

Work Started: January 2022
Work to be completed:
December 2022
Service Charge: US$. 529,699.92 (NPR. 63,585,178.00)
Detailed Activities

Compliment SMP with SHN activities in 1,514 Schools of all LG from Bajura, Bajhang, Darchul and Achham benefitting 156,733 students, 49,562 adolescent girls students and 1,514 Head teacher/Focal teachers

  • Conduct Annual Physical Health Screening and referral Services
  • Conduct Biannual Deworming Tablet Distribution
  • Weekly IFA Tablet Distribution
  • Support First Aid Services in Schools
  • Facilitation on Menstrual Hygiene Services
  • Install Group Handwashing Stations
  • Support Child/Gender Friendly Toilet Rehabilitation in Schools
  • Establishment/Upgrade of Waste Disposal Ditches at Schools
  • Implement WASH in School Procedures
  • Provide Education/Awareness Materials
  • Support Celebration of SHN Week
  • Conduct SHN ToT for LG/District Focal Person
  • Conduct SHN Training for School Staffs (SHN Focal Person/Headmaster)
  • Support Regular Conduction of SMC Meeting
  • Support and Initiate Use of SHN Registers, Recording/ Reporting as per SHN Format
  • Conduct and Regularize Joint Monitoring and Supervision
  • Conduct Annual Review/Reflection and Planning at Palika
  • Support for National School Meal programme Training Roll Out

Work Started: December 2021
Work to be completed:
June 2022
Service Charge: US$. 589,200.86 (NPR. 10,793,304.00)
Detailed Activities

Unconditional Cash transfers to 39,843 families of children in grades ECD to 3 grade in 9 municipalities of Kapilvastu and Rupandehi districts to encourage enrollment in alternative learning modalities during school closures and improve food security and nutritional outcomes of children

  • Coordination and Communication with Government at local level to inform about the project
  • Project Orientation cum Planning, Implementation, Monitoring, Evaluation and Social Mobilization Tools and Techniques
  • Project Introduction and Kick Off/Sensitization Meeting in Palika Level
  • Exit Workshop/ Project Wrap Up Workshop
  • Recruitment of Short-term Volunteers for Beneficiaries List Verification
  • SCOPE Registration of Beneficiaries List
  • Sensitization/ Orientation about Cash Transfer Programme to relevant Stakeholders
  • School Level Sensitization/ Orientation about Cash Transfers Programme
  • Unconditional Cash Transfer to Beneficiaries through SCOPE System
  • Case/Success Stories Collection and Writing
  • IEC Materials Flyer/ Brochure Development and Displayed
  • Joint Monitoring Visit
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Visit from CP

Work Started: 1st October 2020
Work to be completed:
31st August 2023
Service Charge: £ 1,07,311.2( NPR. 15,560,124.00)
Detailed Activities
Brown Gold” focuses on marginality, sanitation, and waste water challenges in fast-growing urban towns

  • Collaboration in all research activities
  • Contribute to key project documents that are needed for efficient planning and implementation of the project
  • Support in the identification and liaison with local partnership
  • Undertake field work in Gulariya/Nepal and coordinate with relevant partner working
  • Lead and contribute to the site specific analysis
  • Production of site report for the internal field meetings and workshops
  • Contribute to the comparative analysis
  • Contribute to annual progress reports and the final report

Work Started: 17th August; 2020
Work to be completed:
17th August; 2023
Service Charge:
US$. 583,123.31 ( NPR. 69,974,798.00)
Detailed Activities
Mobilization and engagement of communities with focus on identification of target groups, local organizations, local groups are engaged in improving and managing river basin environment along the stretch between Sinamangal Bridge to Nakhu Confluence of Bagmati river corridor.

  • Increased and Enhanced Community Engagement
  • Community Interaction, Involvement and Participation Plan
  • Strengthened Leadership of Civil Society Platform (CSP)
  • CSP Strategy ad Action Plan
  • Sharing learning and information between Upper Bagmati Stretch and Current Bagmati Stretch
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Promote Best Practices of SWM in Community
  • Ex Post Evaluation Report on SWM
  • Communication and Media Outreach
  • Media Campaign and Community Awareness Plan
  • Document Lessons Learnt that have worked and can be adopted related to Bagmati Welfare
  • Benefit Sharing for Women and Disadvantaged Group
  • Gender Analysis Matrix Report
  • Bridging, Laisioning for Collective Actions
  • Enhance Capacity of the Stakeholders in the Basin within Sinamangal-Balkhu Stretch
  • Heritage Management Implementation Plan