BBP Pariwar 1994

Program For Positive Change

BBP Pariwar 1994

Program For Positive Change


BBP Pariwar has collaborated with partner organizations to deliver participatory sustainable community development programs, health services and camps in four districts: Sindhupalchok, Ramechhap, Sindhuli and Kavrepalanchok.

  1. BBP Pariwar works with partner organizations to provide health services to approximately 20,000-24,000 people in a year, especially for women of rural areas, and organizes medical camps for women’s health issues. BBP Pariwar also provides scholarships for formal agriculture, animal health, ANM (Auxiliary nurse midwife) education, with the goal of serving the community and improving their economic status.
  2. Every year, BBP Pariwar provides special health services to around 1,100 women by conducting health camps for women diseases (such as cervix cancer, eyes, teeth, throat, family planning, and reproductive health).
  3. With the help of BBP Pariwar, farmers can produce and use liquid manure, organic pesticides, organic manure, compost manure, vermi-compost, and other organic fertilizers in their fields, allowing them to maximize production while avoiding the negative effects of chemical fertilizer use on the soil and humans.
  4. Every year, farmers are doing home nurseries of different types of fodder grasses around and cultivating them in their fields to provide nutritious grass for their livestock without affecting the crops.
  5. Women members of the groups are able to establish mutual proximity in the community and improve food security through cultivating various value added fruits and vegetables, herbs, and generating income through livestock husbandry (goat, swine, cow, and buffalo), stall improvement program with the financial, technical and educational support and guidance of BBP Pariwar, and also participating in various educational tours to improve livestock management.
  6. Saving and credit programs are being implemented in the community, particularly with the participation of women, in order to fulfill community needs such as enrollment of children in school, health care, economic growth, etc. As a result, women are given priority at home and in the community, and they are able to boost their self-esteem.
  7. As a result of the successful community participation in the construction and maintenance of the drinking water system, women are able to save time bringing water and spend that time on productive work.



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EST Date: 2051B.S (1994A.D)


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    Our approach positively improves the community participation in existing economic, social, educational, health and environmental issues.

    BBP PARIWAR is a non-profit voluntary organization registered with District Administration Office and affiliated with Social Welfare Council since 1994 AD (2051 BS)and is continuously operating different types of social development programs at three districts, Sindhupalchok, Ramechhap and Kavreplanchok.

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    BBP PARIWAR is a non-profit voluntary organization registered with the District Administration Office and affiliated with the Social Welfare Council. Since 1994 AD (2051 BS), it has been running various types of social development programs in four districts: Sindhupalchok, Ramechhap, Sindhuli, and Kavrepalanchok.

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