Asal Chhimekee Nepal (ACN) organized a three day free animal health camp in Amaltari, Kawasoti-17 and Sherganj, Kawasoti -15, Nawalparasi from (15-17th Oct, 2017). It was an awesome project by which more than 260 households were benefitted from the service. Ward Chairman Mr. Chabilal Mahato, Mr. Bhadri Bahadur Deuda and Deputy Mayor of Kawasoti Municipality Mr. Prem Sankar Mardaniya (Tharu) were present as the chief and special guests of the program. The program was successful conducted under the coordination of district livestock office, Kawastoti- Nawalparasi and Christian Veterinary Mission. On the program, approximately 5000 animals were provided with medical services.
Incessant one week’s pouring monsoon rainfall worst of last 15 years, since 10th August 2017 has triggered worst flooding horribly affecting 35 districts of Terai regions; including Nawalparasi. PCC/ACN in coordination with NIS, local community, local & central government and other related stakeholders; was able to extend helping hands for those flood affected families of Nawalparasi in three phases with essential relief materials ranging from food items, health promotion items, special hygiene kits, winterization pack, maternal and infant health kit, tarpaulins, food safety barrel, sophisticated water filters and water purifying medicines, trauma healing campaigns etc.
1st phase = 611 Households (within a week of flooding)
2nd phase = 923 Households
3rd Phase = 1252 Households (especially designed for disabled, single-women, pregnant & postpartum women)
Total population = Approximately 17,000 (including women and children)
Asal Chhimekee Nepal (ACN) conducted a 35 days Village Animal Health Worker (VAHW) Training at Kantipur Bahuprabhidik Shikshalaya, Bharatpur, Chitwan. 24 participants from Gorkha and Nawalparasi participated the training. 9 out of 24 participants were female during first training. The training started on 16 July 2017 and ended on 23rd August 2017. Similarly, the training was conducted for the second time with 18 (11 M and 7 F) participants successfully completing the training. Tools like bardizoo, horn cutting wire and castration rope was provided to each student at the graduation program. The training started on the 4th Sept 2017 and was ended on 18th Oct 2017.