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Inauguration of community toilet at Maheshwori Sibhir, Bhaktapur-8.

Laying of Foundation Stone for the construction of underground water storage tank at Jana Prabhat School, Soalteemode.

Women Power- Community take ownership building their water tank to harvest the rainwater in Liwali

Students of RAIN CLUB in Vishwo Niketan Public School in Kathmandu being addressed by Ms. Tripti Rai, Country Director, WaterAid Nepal on the occasion of World Toilet Day event

Inauguration of Rainwater Harvesting(RWH) System at Viswa Niketan Secondary School by Bhim Prasad Upadhaya, Secretary, Ministry of Water Supply and Sanitation.

Project Kicked Off

 Orientation on Rainwater Harvesting and Sanitation to the students of Viswa Niketan Higher Secondary School

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Taught but not implemented

Students of Vishwo Niketan Higher Secondary School are compelled to use dirty toilets and drink unsafe drinking water

Schools lack Adequate Sanitation

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Struggling for safe drinking water

Internally displaced population living in Liwali Camp has to walk half an hour to fetch drinking water

By Sujata Awale
Bhaktapur

After a massive temblor shook the country in April 25, the core city of Bhaktapur witnessed major destruction collapsing hundreds of houses, casualties and cultural importance monuments. As a result many local residents have been displaced from their own native town. Liwali camp was established after houses of the people living in the southern part of Bhaktapur were destroyed in the earthquake. 

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Drinking water quality a key concern in the camps at Harisiddhi

Immediately after the devastating earthquake of 25th April a team of 13 volunteers from GUTHI visited Harisiddhi at the call of Environment and Public Health Organization (ENPHO) – NGO Coalition for the assessment of WASH status and other immediate needs of people over there. It was found that most of the houses which were destroyed were of traditional type whereas the concrete buildings are still intact.

About 450 houses were destroyed by the quake taking lives of 23 people.

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Video Updates

Nepali Youth at Guthi

GUTHI has engaged youths in various communication related activities and

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Guthi on Radio

Guthi on Radio - Aba Hamro Palo

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Emergency Rain

Stories on Emergency Rain

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Faecal Sludge Management

Faecal Sludge Management: A dire need

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Community Center

A support for informal groups

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GUTHI in Earthquake, 2015

Activities by GUTHI during Earthquake Response Phase

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Menst​rual Hygiene Management Campaign

Safe Menstruation: Right and Dignity

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Water Campaign

Stories on Water Campaign

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Solid waste management

Encouraging the better use of waste

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Rain Community

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CHILD SUPPORT PROGRAM

Efforts to meet the educational need of the children with the mission to support them complete their educational journey.

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