Meaningful coordination with different stakeholders such as the Government, public service institutions, international communities, NGOs, private agencies is paramount for effective implementation of our programs and reducing the gaps and duplication in service delivery.
GNI Nepal has been practicing active and meaningful participation of local people in community development. We always put our efforts into building the capacity of local people to empower them and take ownership of community development.Through community partnership, we bring people together and support them to identify the existing problems and needs in their community; enhance their knowledge, skills, confidence and capacity; and build in inclusive decision making mechanisms.
Participation also gradually empowers locals to improve the quality of their life. Through regular participatory meetings, local people gradually took action to address existing inequalities in power and participation, deal with the issues in their community, improve the coordination with the local government, and promote the involvement of people in community development. Locals become capable of managing their responsibilities, mobilizing local resources, practicing participatory decision making, coordinating with different stakeholders and concerned government authorities.
Over the years, GNI Nepal has also focused and will continue to focus its efforts on strengthening good governance of local partner organizations by providing technical assistance and building capacity for making them self-sustaining.
We also believe in good coordination and partnership with concerned ministries of Nepal and different line agencies working in same thematic areas is the only way for ensuring impact and sustainability of development programs in Nepal.
- 20 Project Management Committee (143 members) formed.
- 253 Community Development Committee/Parent Groups (14,234 members) formed.
- 334 Farmer Groups (9748 farmers) formed.
- 116 Mothers Groups (2446 members) formed.
- 21 Cooperative with 2413 members (1699 female and 714 male) formed.
- 276 Child Clubs (6,304 members) formed.