In 2020, RVWRMP celebrated World Toilet Day (19.11.) for one whole week starting from 17th of November until the 23rd. During this time, Project field teams visited households in scheme areas, observed toilet conditions and overall household sanitation status and discussed with inhabitants what is needed to improve their hygiene. All Rural Municipalities of the Project participated in the week. Read more on the specific activities and view photos in the attached report.
Authors Manju Bhatta Behaviour Change Communication Officer RVWRMP III Contact: email@example.com Love Raj Pant Water Resources Adviser, TSU Darchula/Baitadi RVWRMP III Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Pamela White Senior Manager, FCG Home-office Coordinator & Rural Monitoring and Reporting Specialist RVWRMP III Contact: email@example.com Summary In Sudurpaschim province, Nepal, most women consider that menstruation is dirty, making them impure, and they are unh
The Rural Village Water Resources Management Project (RVWRMP) follows a human-rights based approach. This includes promoting access to water and sanitation as a human right, as well as inclusiveness and participatory planning. Human rights are for everyone – people of every ethnicity, caste, gender, age and ability. When considering the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, the work of RVWRMP can most directly contribute to the issues of accessibility and par