Introduction

SEBAC-Nepal is a national level service oriented non-governmental organization (NGO) that works in drinking Water, Sanitation and Hygiene/Health (WASH), Livelihood & Natural Resources Management, Governance and Peace Building, Disaster Risk Management including Climate Change.

SEBAC - Nepal has 5 regional offices in Kathmandu, Dhangadi, Surkhet, Dadeldhura, and Nepalgunj. SEBAC is currently implementing its different projects in 34 districts located in 5 Province of the country. There are 1114 professional regular staff from its initial phase. But currently, SEBAC- Nepal has 174 regular staff working under the different projects.

SEBAC-Nepal has gained experience of working in 1,315 Wards and 207 Rural Municipalities and 24 Municipalities, 3 Sub Metropolitan city of 36 Districts of the country representing 5 Province. SEBAC has served more than 3 million people through implementing 52 different projects working in support of 14 I/NGOs, 3 UN Agencies, 3 bilateral agencies, 7 Government agencies, and in partnership with 22,445 community based groups, 245 local networks, and 10 District and Regional level partners, NGOs. Till date, SEBAC received 200 rewards/awards from various organizations for it good work performance in development activities.

Altogether SEBAC- Nepal has experience of implementing 52 different projects. Out of which, 7 falls under WASH, 13 under Agricultural / Livelihoods, Nutrition and Natural Resource Management, 5 under Disaster Risk Management including Climate Change, 8 under Governance and Peace Building, 10 under different construction related projects, 5 under Education and 4 under Health awareness programs. To date, SEBAC-Nepal received a total of 1200 million Nepalese rupees from various donors.

Altogether, 52 projects were carried out in which 45 have been successfully completed and 7 are being implemented. So far under different projects implemented which are related to construction activities 633 Safe drinking water supply schemes, facilitated to declare ODF in 5 districts, prepare Water Source Mapping (WSM) including GIS mapping of two districts, 1242 km of rural roads, 536 km of foot trails, 12 school buildings, 20 irrigation ponds, 445 suspension bridges (technical and social mobilization support), 7 health buildings, and 2 women health facility centers were constructed. SEBAC also provided technical backstopping support to construct 365 irrigation canals to cover 9,500 hectares of land in order to improve agricultural production.

Efforts has also been made by SEBAC Nepal to integrate or mainstream peace building, human rights issues, and GESI, across the diverse spectrum of development interventions. For relating peace building intervention SEBAC used the most commonly used lenses "Do not harm", for Conflict Sensitivity Program Management, “Leaves no one behind” for GESI and “NO exceptions for any individual” for Human rights was focused. Though, these themes were not only used as cross cutting but SEBAC carried out the various women capacity and skill enhancing related projects in Province 7.

SEBAC has also provided financial, technical support to the users committee, farmers groups, youths through formation and reformation of groups and provided them capacity building training and on the job training to make them self-reliant. A total of 315 farmers groups and users committee were formed and their capacity were strengthened. 80 agro vet staff were capacitated as well as 5,000 youths were provided on the job training for employment generation. NO exceptions for any individual

 

Vision

Establish equitable, well-developed and judicious societies across the country.

Mission and goal

Overall mission and goal of the organization is to improve lives of children, women, and marginalized, deprived, and disadvantaged communities through improving access to health, nutrition, sanitation, education, agriculture promotion, and income generation.

Objective

  • To promote and strengthen institutional human capacity and mobilize various resources for the development of Agriculture, Nutrition, Education, Public Health and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene.
  • To build physical infrastructure, conduct rural and community development programs.
  • To conduct advocacy and capacity building programs to protect rights of women, children and ensuring gender equality
  • To conserve biological diversity and environment ensuring judicious use and sustainable management of natural resources
  • To enhance participation, transparency, accountability through advocacy and awareness raising activity for basic human rights and good governance.
  • implement farm and off-farm income generation activity through saving/credit mobilization and skill development initiatives
  • To implement livelihood and resettlement programs for landless, deprived and marginalized groups
  • To conduct micro finance program for employment promotion and sustainable livelihood, and
  • To conduct different program related to conflict management, peace building and mitigating climate change impacts

 

The organization's work revolves around four thematic areas:

(i)    Water, Sanitation and Hygiene/Health (WASH)

(ii)   Governance and Peace Building

(iii)   Livelihoods and Natural Resource Management

(iv)   Disaster Risk Management including Climate Change.