Thematic Areas of BRCS Nepal

Natural Resource Conservation
Conservation Education and Extension
Alternative Energy Development
Sustainable tourism
Community Infrastructure Development
Gender Equity and Empowerment
Agriculture Development
Research and Extension

Activities in General

Sustainable soil management program (Nepal: Lamjung and Gorkha)
Biodiversity Conservation Project (Nepal: Gorkha and Tanahun districts)
Land rights program (Nepal: Sindhupalchwok district)
Farmer to farmer extension program (Nepal: Tanahun district)
Renewable energy program (Kaski and Parbat districts)
Local Governance for Community Development Program (LGCDP): Government of Nepal (Gorkha and Lamjung districts of Nepal)
The above program which was already initiated in the different parts of Nepal. The Renewable energy program is going to be implemented in 5 different VDCs of Lamjung district whereas the long term project known as Local Governance for Community Development Program (LGCDP) has been designed for 10 years. This project was started effective from 2010 for accelerating the transparency of work through local leadership, knowledge and skills.

Partnership Model
To date, BRCS Nepal has achieved out many project outcomes with the collaborative approaches of various line agencies, local government, youth clubs and women groups and FCOFUN.

Tribhuvan University, Institute of Forestry (IOF)
Agriculture and Forestry University (AFU)
Local government:

Village Development Committee ( VDC)
District Development Committee ( DDC) and District Forest Office ( DFO)
District Biodiversity Coordination Committee ( DBCC)
School Management Committee (Chakratirtha and Bhalayekharka VDCs)
Youth Clubs/groups

Chakratirtha Youth Society (CYS), Lamjung
Chakratirtha Dham Bikash Samiti (CDBS)
Shree Sachetana Youth Club (SSC)
Nawajyoti Youth Club (NYC)
Community based organizations:

Training is one of the most effective capacity building tools that development organizations have. It provides opportunities to gain knowledge improve skills and improve performance. All the training programmes – both open courses and customized training – are based on research into the challenges faced by development staff and organizations. Our training materials are unique and continuously updated as our experience grows. CIVIC workshops are:
Participatory Learner-centered
Interactive / lively
Task-based / practical; and:
Simplify complex topics through clear explanations
Provide frequent opportunities for practice and personalization
Use a variety of appropriate media
Most scheduled courses run for five days and all training is conducted by highly experienced international resource persons.
The most frequent training courses include:
Reporting Skills and Project Proposal Writing
Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation
Case Study Writing
The Project Manager’s Toolkit
Facilitation and Presentation Skills


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