Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

1. ECCA will be a Model Professional Volunteer Organization (PVO) dedicated towards natural resources management 2. ECCA will organize programs so as to secure children's sound ecological future 3. ECCA will support the development of conservation related entrepreneurship
Dec 4, 2013

Update - Safe water-Dec13

Students using chlorinate water in School
Students using chlorinate water in School

Information dissemination plays a vital role towards awareness on different issues and changing habits which will ultimately impact the day to day lifestyle of people. Hence, as a part of information dissemination to public on Safe Drinking Water Campaign, wall paintings were done in seven different schools located in Kathmandu valley as well as in rural areas. With the day to day visibility of the message through wall paintings, people are continuously aware regarding the requirements of use of safe drinking water in their day to day life, ultimately changing their habit and lifestyle.

  1. Bal Binod Secondary School, Natole, Lalitpur
  2. Bishankhu Narayan Secondary School, Godamchour, Lalitpur
  3. Kitini Higher Secondary School, Taukhel, Lalitpur
  4. Tika Bhairab English Secondary School, Tika Bhairab English School
  5. Kanchan Secondary School, Chapagou, Lalitpur
  6. Jalpa Secondary School, Dhapakhel, Lalitpur
  7. Padhma Prakash Secondary School, Dhapakhel, Lalitpur

Along with information dissemination, availability of infrastructure for a particular purpose also plays an important part towards changing the habit and lifestyle of people. Hence, as an infrastructural support to the students in order to make them accessible towards safe drinking water, water dispensaries including water jar’s were supported in six different schools mentioned as follows:

  1. Tri Ratna Cooperative School, Bungmati, Lalitpur
  2. Tikabhairab English Secondary School, Tikabhairab, Lalitpur
  3. Kitini Hihger Secondary School, Taukhel, Laitpur
  4. Balkumari Secondary School, Prayagpokhari, Lalitpur
  5. Lalit Kalyan Lower Secondary School, Bholdhoka, Lalitpur
  6. Mahendra Gram Secondary School, Tikathali, Lalitpur

Nature Club members add chlorine solution in jar for providing safe drinking water to the students of their school. “Installation of water dispenser with jar in different location of school had made us very easy access to safe water during the school operation. Previously, it was very hard for us to use chlorine as we required to climb up in he water tank, which is also very risky for us” – Suraj Tamang, Nature Club President of Kitini Higher Secondary School.

THANK YOU for all your support towards bringing change in the life of students and people of Nepal. Please help sharing the information of our activities within your friends and families in order to bring change in the life of rural people.

We seek your support in the daysahead. Please like our Facebook page to get updates regarding our activities and follow us on Twitter to get our tweets. We are also looking forward towards your valuable suggestions and comments regarding our works as well.

Wall Painting in Schools for Info Dissemination
Wall Painting in Schools for Info Dissemination
Water Dispensaries and Jars to Distribute inSchool
Water Dispensaries and Jars to Distribute inSchool
Nov 25, 2013

Update-Solar Tuki-Nov13

Sagma Secondary School, Bhogtani VDC, Morang
Sagma Secondary School, Bhogtani VDC, Morang

Established in 1956, Shree Sagma Secondary School, located at Bhogteni – 6, VDC is also one of the oldest school among 12 schools located in Bhogteni VDC of Morang District. Located in northern hilly rural region of the district, it provides secondary level education for above 250 students of the community. Students walk a minimum of 15 min to 2 hrs to reach the school for their education. Only connected with rural road network with sparse existence of public transportation facilities during dry season only, the community needs to walk for nearly 6 hrs to reach the nearest marketplace for purchasing their daily required commodities.

Lack of electricity access in this community has forced students to use kerosene as an only option during evening hours to study. Purchase of kerosene is also very rare for the members of this community due to low economic condition of families. Hence, students have hard time studying during evening hours. Some families had installed solar home system in their houses for lighting facilities. But, the poor income families do not have income enough to purchase and install the solar home system in their homes, forcing them to use kerosene lamp as an only alternative for lighting during evening hours.

Recently, through the support of Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Kathmandu, we have been able to support the installation Community Charging Centre in the School and support 100 set of solar tuki to the students. After the distribution of solar tuki for the students in this school, we made a monitoring field visit in the community. Here are some of the glimpses from that field visit which I would like to share with you.

The smile in the face of children and families after using solar tuki encouraged me to continue my work in this field and support the needy families of rural areas in order to support their education of students and children.

THANK YOU for your support and believing in US. YOUR Help and Support is Invaluable to US in our WORK. Because of Your help and support, we have been able to make difference in the life of needy families. We look forward towards the same support in coming days ahead. Please share our stories within your circle of friends and family to help us bring changes in the rural communities of Nepal.

Also, please like our facebook page for updates regarding our activities and twitter to receive our tweets. We are also looking forward towards your valuable suggestions and comments regarding our works as well.

Thank you & Regards,

Angel Chitrakar

Senior Program Officer

ECCA

Children With Kerosene Lamp in Evening Hrs.
Children With Kerosene Lamp in Evening Hrs.
Family using Solar tuki for Economic Activitiy
Family using Solar tuki for Economic Activitiy
Family Head with Solar Tuki
Family Head with Solar Tuki
Student using solar tuki for study
Student using solar tuki for study
Taking SolarTuki to School for Education and Charg
Taking SolarTuki to School for Education and Charg
Taking SolarTuki to School for Education & Charge
Taking SolarTuki to School for Education & Charge
Community Charging Center Established in School
Community Charging Center Established in School
Charging Solar Tuki in School
Charging Solar Tuki in School
Oct 17, 2013

Program Update - Herbal Garden Oct 13

Discussing Theoritical Knowledge with Students
Discussing Theoritical Knowledge with Students

With the promotion and publicity of Herbal Garden program being initiated from ECCA in different schools, we are now receiving lots of Expression of Interest from different schools towards developing Herbal Garden in their school periphery. Among the request received from different schools, we are being very selective towards the schools for the implementation of program. Selective in a sense that, the school where Herbal Garden program is implemented needs to replicate the idea and concept in other schools located in nearby periphery so that we do not require to reach all the schools for program implementation.

Shree Kalidhunga Higher Secondary School and Shree Majhgau Lower Secondary School of Mirge VDC, Dolkha District are two new schools where we have recently trained the students towards establishing Herbal Garden in their school. In this two day training program, 25 students involved from two schools were very much exited to develop Herbal Garden in their school, as this is a completely new concept and program for them.

“During this 2 day training program, I saw the feeling of harmony and sharing between students. And this is a very good sign of team work between students. I hope this program will increase the social bonding between the elder and smaller children, which we cannot teach the students through our course study. I thank ECCA and the trainers for implementing this program in our School” – Mr. Dhurba Pakhrin, Teacher, Shree Majhgau Lower Secondary School.

As the training program was organized in the school periphery of Majghau School, the students of Shree Kalidhunga Higher Secondary School were very much eager to implement their learning in their school periphery.

We express our deep gratitude towards your help and supporting us to bring change in our schools and the students through our programs. Without YOUR SUPPORT we would not have been able to bring the changes. Furthermore, we would like to request you to share the information of our project within your friends and families network in order to receive continuous support for funding the program in other schools. We would like to request you to like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter to get our tweets regarding our programs and activities.

Looking forward towards your valuable suggestions and comments regarding our works.

Thanks & regards

Angel Chitrakar

Students and teachers active towards developing HG
Students and teachers active towards developing HG
Distribution of Herbal Garden Kit to NC Teacher
Distribution of Herbal Garden Kit to NC Teacher
Students working for Herbal Garden Development
Students working for Herbal Garden Development

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