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[Nepal] The second year of the project has started!


Peace Winds Japan (PWJ), together with partner organization, the Institution for Suitable Actions for Prosperity (ISAP) , has launched the second year of a livelihood improvement project to improve the lives of villagers through the construction of a safe water supply facility and the production of vegetables which will be newly available with improved access to safe water.

Signing ceremony of the project contract held at the Embassy of Japan in Nepal (1st September 2021)


These year’s project activities are the construction of water supply facilities in six villages and learning seasonal vegetable cultivation, which was not possible in the first year alone.
In this year of the project, the groups of villagers will be trained in practical training at the construction site, in the vegetable fields and classroom, so that they can share their skills and sell vegetables on their own initiative.
PWJ will continue to implement the project in accordance with the precautionary measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
This project is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan (MOFA) through the Grant assistance for Japanese NGO project, and is being implemented with the cooperation of the Nepalese government and local people. This is the second year of the project, and we will now begin full-scale technical training. We look forward to your continued warm support.