Project families in general have changed their lifestyle through change in social behavior. Some specific examples - Leelamaya Ramtel from the original group earned NPR 54,000 as the highest income from buffaloes rearing during this reporting period; while Yava Karki and Tulasha Bhujel from pass on groups earned a highest amount of NPR 63,000 and lowest amount of NPR 25,000 from same. It shows that on an average each project family has earned at least 10,000 from buffaloes rearing. Similarly, 270 project families have earned a total sum of NPR 453,100 by selling off-springs of original and passed on buffaloes and goats. Further, those 270 project families have also earned a total of NPR 218,100 from kitchen gardening; while some of the project families earned up to NPR 6,700 by selling fodder and forage as well. The entire Self-Help Group (SHG) members are also increasing their saving funds from various activities like group laboring, retailed shops, handful grains donation campaigns etc. and have added their funds by NPR 449950 in total. Similarly, 6 SHG members have earned up to NPR 155,500 in total from collective ginger farming and by selling at nearby markets.After receiving different trainings, community members have maintained social harmony being united and supporting each other. Similarly, project families have cultivated vegetables by using organic manures and have been consuming fresh vegetables daily. It has supported them to be healthy. Besides, they have applied improved animal management technology. Discrimination based on caste, race, gender and religion has remarkably reduced. Community members appreciate each other’s feelings, thoughts and ideas and share for betterment of themselves.Increased group leadership has come up with increased and effective coordination and collaboration with different stakeholders regarding to the developmental activities. Increased awareness about the sanitation, health and hygiene has supported to undertake sanitation campaigns, keep the surroundings neat and clean.
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