ICA Nepal constructs a Community Training Center

Our Former ICA Nepal Chairperson, Prof. Dr. Tatwa P. Timsina’s new book entitled “Abridging KO brigand rabid Ra innovation” was out in the market in March.

Dr. Timsina discusses the importance of innovation and technology in the development of the nation and community. Development is possible through regular learning and sharing.

As per our commitment to distribute 500 copies of Compassionate Civilization Nepali edition, by Prof. Robertson Work, we successfully distributed 249 book to Nepali political leaders in March.

For this work, we are coordinating with Mr. Khem Prasad Lohani, province no. 3 member. Mr. Lohani was a former participant of ICA Nepal’s training and facilitation programs.

Community Training Center at Sindhupalchowk

ICA Nepal, in coordination with ICA Japan and RYPCF is constructing a Community Training Center in Sindhupalchowk district. The Community Training Center is almost complete.

Project team, Dr. Tatwa P. Timsina along with construction team construction supervisor, Mr. Bal Krishna Shrestha, and Mr. Arjun Dahal, carried out a monitoring visit. During this monitoring visit, the seven member community training center management committee was formed. The management committee will be responsible for overall management of the Community Training Center, after the completion of the project.

A three day, leadership capacity building training program, for the Management Committee of the Community Training Center, was conducted from 28 March to 30 March, 2019. The training was facilitated by Atma Ram Timsina and Tara Prasad Gautam.

The training focused on essential tools and methods for running the community training center smoothly and effectively using available local resources.

A seven day training program on, vermi-compost, was also initiated in March, 2019, with the objective to support the local farmers in the making of vermi compost locally. Agriculture expert Mr. Nawraj Gurung facilitated the session.

This post was written for ICAI’s monthly bulletin the Global Buzz, April 2019.