May 26, 2020

Periodic report

Name of the project: Education Support to Child Laborers in Nepal (Project # 27536)                                      

Periodic report-rogress achievement:

Under the Education Support for Child Laborers in Nepal (Project # 27536)

BASE has been successfully implementing the project entitled Education support for child laborers in Nepalin the financial support by the GlobalGiving. During this reporting period BASE has provide support to two children (one boy and one girl) for their continuation of education in government school. The intervention will contribute to achieve SDG 4's provision "Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all" and BASE is apply its strategy to supports children those are vulnerable and child labor.

 

The world is suffering from the pandemic of Covid-19 corona virus. In order to minimize risks and spread of corona virus/Covid-19 pandemic Nepal government has again and again extending lockdown since last two month and during this lock down period BASE field staff are working from home and using digital system (tele, zoom meeting and messenger) to collect information about understanding on covid-19 and counseling them about how to be safe from corona virus. The emphasis has been given to make them awareness on possible trafficking and child rights violation during lock down period.

Before starting lock down due to covid-19 in Nepal BASE has provided the following education materials to the 25 vulnerable children in Banke district Nepal.

  • Bag- 1
  • Shirt - 1 Pcs
  • Paint - 1 Pcs
  • Nepali copy- 1 Dozen
  • English copy- 5 Pcs
  • Pen - 10 Pcs
  • Pencil - 10 Pcs
  • Pencil Cutter - 5 pcs
  • Eraser- 5 Pcs
  • Geometry box- pcs

Financial narrative report:

Name of the project: Education Support to Child Laborers in Nepal (Project # 27536)

According to the BASE financial policy, Finance Coordinator is responsible to compile the financial report in close coordination of Program Manager/Executive Director, and report to the donor through Executive Director. Executive Director has the overall responsibilities to ensure for the timely implementation and reporting both narrative as well as financial management reporting. After the support all the receipt and documents are kept by finance section for project audit process. There is internal financial controlling mechanism at the organization and internal auditors periodically conduct the audit. At the end of the Nepali fiscal year financial auditing is taking place by Chartered Accountant (CA) and report to Government and funding agencies as per requirement. BASE hires professional Chartered Accountant (CA) as per BASE policy for every year for the financial audit purposes of the organization which is also submitted to concern donors and government authority.


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Jan 24, 2020

Progress update report

Name of the project: Education Support to Child Laborers in Nepal (Project # 27536)                                          

Progress achievement:

This is the project completion report of Education Support for Child Laborers in Nepal (Project # 27536). Backward Society Education (BASE) has received this grant in two times (one is on May 31, 2017 and second is on July 31, 2017). BASE has been working for child rights and advocacy since the organization established in mid and far west regions of Nepal (under province no.5). BASE has been carrying out several interventions to address the issues and needs of child labors.

BASE has been successfully implementing the project entitled Education support for child laborers in Nepalin the financial support by the GlobalGiving. During this reporting period BASE has provide support to two children (one boy and one girl) for their continuation of education in government school. The intervention will contribute to achieve SDG 4's provision "Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all" and BASE is apply its strategy to supports children those are vulnerable and child labor.

 

Financial narrative report:

Name of the project: Education Support to Child Laborers in Nepal (Project # 27536)

According to the BASE financial policy, Finance Coordinator is responsible to compile the financial report in close coordination of Program Manager/Executive Director, and report to the donor through Executive Director. Executive Director has the overall responsibilities to ensure for the timely implementation and reporting both narrative as well as financial management reporting. After the support all the receipt and documents are kept by finance section for project audit process. There is internal financial controlling mechanism at the organization and internal auditors periodically conduct the audit. At the end of the Nepali fiscal year financial auditing is taking place by Chartered Accountant (CA) and report to Government and funding agencies as per requirement. BASE hires professional Chartered Accountant (CA) as per BASE policy for every year for the financial audit purposes of the organization which is also submitted to concern donors and government authority.


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Oct 28, 2019

Project Progress Report Oct. 2019

Name of the project: Education Support to Child Laborers in Nepal (Project # 27536)                                          

Progress achievement:

This is the project completion report of Education Support for Child Laborers in Nepal (Project # 27536). Backward Society Education (BASE) has received this grant in two times (one is on May 31, 2017 and second is on July 31, 2017). BASE has been working for child rights and advocacy since the organization established in mid and far west regions of Nepal (under province no.5). BASE has been carrying out several interventions to address the issues and needs of child labors.

BASE has been successfully implementing the project entitled Education support for child laborers in Nepalin the financial support by the Global Giving. Under the project, in total 37 child labor (16 boys and 21 girls) received educational material support and 10 (ten) parents received tools and business support in Dang, Kailali and Banke districts.The major aim of the program is to stop child labor, reduce drop out and out of school children by accessing them for education. At the same time making parents responsible through parent's awareness session and vocational support or income generation activities (IGA) with skill development training which will contribute in eliminating child labor from community in sustainable way and contribute to achieve SDG 1-end poverty in all its forms everywhere, SDG 4- ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunity for all,  SDG 5- achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls and SDG 8- promote sustainable, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.

Summary of the project achievement:

  • 39 children (16 boys and 21 girls) received educational material and out of 37,  2 girls are rescued from the land lords home in Kailali district,
  • 10 (ten) parents received tools and business support in Dang and Banke district,
  • 7 (seven) staff including 2 board member received orientation about the project modality,
  • 15 parents received parenting education session,
  • 5 (five) parents received tools and business support

Thanks.

Financial narrative report:

Name of the project: Education Support to Child Laborers in Nepal (Project # 27536)

According to the BASE financial policy, Finance Coordinator is responsible to compile the financial report in close coordination of Program Manager/Executive Director, and report to the donor through Executive Director. Executive Director has the overall responsibilities to ensure for the timely implementation and reporting both narrative as well as financial management reporting. After the support all the receipt and documents are kept by finance section for project audit process. There is internal financial controlling mechanism at the organization and internal auditors periodically conduct the audit. At the end of the Nepali fiscal year financial auditing is taking place by Chartered Accountant (CA) and report to Government and funding agencies as per requirement. BASE hires professional Chartered Accountant (CA) as per BASE policy for every year for the financial audit purposes of the organization which is also submitted to concern donors and government authority. The audit has been taking place from July 15 to nest July 14 of next year (or Nepal government fiscal calendar- first day of Shrawan to last day of Ashar month). For the project called-Education Support to Child Laborers in Nepal (Project # 27536) audit is completed and mentioned on the expenses status in organizational audit report.


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