In Collaboration with:

GOVERNMENT OF NEPAL

Technical Assistance:

EUROPEAN UNION

This website was produced with the financial assistance of the European Union and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland. The views expressed herein can in no way be taken to reflect the official opinion of the European Union or the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland.

Project Support Unit, Dadeldhura: 

Amargadhi-5, Dadeldhura
Phone : +977-96-410413 /14 / 15
Fax: +977-96-410415

Technical  Support Unit, Kailali:
Utter Behadi-4, Dhangadhi
Post Box No. 40, Dhangadhi, Kailali, Nepal.
Phone : +977-91-410061 / 62

 

e-mail:  info@rvwrmp.org.np

Liaison Office, Kathmandu:

Manbhawan, Jawalakhel, Lalitpur, Kathmandu. (Near AVM School)
Phone: +977-1-5550628,5543301
Fax: +977-1-5521417

 

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December 8, 2019

RVWRMP looks back at a successful visit of the H.E. ambassadors of the EU delegation Veronica Cody and the H.E. ambassador of Finland Pertti Anttinen. After visiting several project locations, the ambassadors expressed their appreciation for the work done by RVWRMP in...

Mr Parikshit Shrestha looks back at his experience with RVWRMP in this farewell blog.

Starting as a Water Resources Advisor

I joined RVWRMP phase I on 12 Aug 2007 as a Water Resources Advisor in Darchula and Bajura Districts. My first task was to get the project implemen...

Dirty toilets, open defecation, unsafe drinking water and bad hygiene in general create big health risks affecting everyone in the community, but women and children suffer most. Although rural people do not have knowledge about safe water and sanitation hygiene, they l...

Menstruation management is changing in Bungal Municipality of Bajhang district. After setting up a movement for raising awareness on dignified menstruation management, by the Municipality with the technical and social support of Rural Village Water Resources Management...

Many families in the hilly and mountainous areas in Sudurpashchim and Karnali Provinces survive merely at subsistence level. Most of the agricultural production is for home consumption and during years of droughts families are not food secure and become depend on exter...

Figure 1 Traditional Naula (left) and improved Naula (right)

Naulas are traditional water sources within the villages in the Hills of Nepal. Naulas provide drinking water around the year but the discharge drops to less than 0.01 liter per second during the dry season an...

August 2, 2019

Edwin de Korte, was the Chief Livelihoods Advisor from June 2016 –July 2019. He set up the livelihood team and made it more agri-business oriented. At his departure he shares some of his experiences. 

When I came to work for RVWRMP in mid-2016 I already had many years o...

Demand and supply define all market relations, also for WASH products. Also in the rural communities there is a demand for WASH products and materials. However, the supply side and market linkages for these products are poorly developed. Since, access to water and sani...

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