Bringing Sustainable Cooking to the Corners
"Bringing Sustainable Cooking to the Corners: The joint team of PEEDA and CEED in cooperation with RERL conducts e-cooking demonstrations at one of the remotest hills of the nation. " The organization is committed to promoting sustainable living practices. To achieve this, we recently conducted E-cooking demonstration programs at 15 different locations within Bajura district, sensitizing more than 700 local people on the functioning and benefits of electric pressure cookers and induction stoves. These demonstrations were designed to introduce electric cooking practices as an alternative to traditional cooking methods relying on firewood and fossil fuels. By adopting electric cooking practices,...
Annual Planning, Review and Reflection Meeting
A two days annual planning, review and reflection meeting of Climate Change and Livelihood Project (Phase II) was conducted on February 19-20, 2023 involving the central level staffs and field facilitators. This meeting acted as a platform in which discussions were held on accomplished project activities, sharing on the challenges in the project implementation, detail activity planning with division of roles and responsibilities, knowledge transfer among the project team, strengths and gap identification and ways moving forward.
Kimling Village working towards a more sustainable future
Installing solar panels and wind turbines is an excellent way to provide electricity to remote areas where power infrastructure may be difficult or impossible to install. This is especially important in places like Upper Mustang, where access to electricity is limited. By using renewable energy sources like solar and wind, the Kimling village can reduce its dependence on fossil fuels and help mitigate the effects of climate change. In addition, having access to electricity can have numerous benefits for the villagers including improvement in their quality of lives and enabling them to access modern technology and communication tools. In overall,...
Few Benefits of Electric Cooking
PEEDA has developed few knowledge management materials highlighting the benefits of using electric cooking technologies. PEEDA believes that these materials would further support in community sensitization and awareness on electric cooking.
One day Orientation on DRR/CCA to School Management Committee/Parents Teachers Association and students conducted
PEEDA recently conducted a one day orientation programme in each of the project site on Climate Change Adaptation (CCA) and Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) to the School Management Committee/Parents Teachers Association, Elected representatives and students from class 8-12 in Nilkantheshwor Ma.Vi.,Jugu; Kalidhunga Ma.Vi, Mirge and Baiteshwor Ma.Vi., Namdu, Dolakha from 5-7 February, 2023. Nearly 470 people were sensitized on School based DRR and CCA including their terminologies, Safe School and School Level Disaster Plans.
Street Drama on Climate Change Adaptation, Livelihood Promotion and Nutrition
Raising awareness through observation stimulates mobilization of local resources, action and knowledge. Observation leaves an imprint in the subconscious mind of individuals that increases enthusiasm and support. This in turn encourages people to participate in bringing out positive change. Keeping this in mind, PEEDA organized street dramas on climate change adaptation, livelihood promotion and nutrition from February 2 - 4, 2023 in Baiteswor Rural Municipality (Ward 3, 6 & 7) and Gaurishankar Rural Municipality (Ward 1 & 2), Dolakha. The street dramas covered the presence of more than 500 local people including students. PEEDA anticipates such awareness events that involve...
Initiation of Municipal Energy Planning in Baiteswor Rural Municipality, Dolakha
In Nepal, access to modern energy services is relatively low which requires immediate actions to improve energy access situations and quality of life mainly in rural settlements. To implement, manage and monitor the energy projects at the local level, it is essential to have the Municipal Energy Plan (MEP) in place. The Municipal Energy Plan is a five year comprehensive periodic energy plan that enables the local government to:- • Set targets for energy programmes • Support data-driven energy analysis and evidence based planning • Make an informed decision for policy making and investment • Facilitate the monitoring and evaluation...
Review and Planning Meeting
A two days review and planning meeting of Climate Change and Livelihood Project was conducted on March 24-25, 2019 that involved central level staffs and social mobilizers. This meeting acted as a platform in which discussions were held on accomplished project activities, knowledge transfer among the project team, strengths and gap identification and ways moving forward to reach desired outcomes.
Workshop on Solar Powered Cold Storage for Small Farmholders
PEEDA has been working on the implementation of a solar powered cold storage facility that can greatly benefit small farm holders by allowing them to keep agricultural produce fresh for longer using solar energy. This can improve their livelihood and create local employment opportunities, whilst encouraging sustainability, reducing food waste, and increasing the efficiency of food production. With this background, PEEDA has organized a workshop to facilitate the discussion on the utilization of such technologies and for PEEDA to share their experience. Event Date: Friday 7 December 2018 (Mangsir 21 2075)
Climate Change and Sustainable Livelihood Orientation
People, Energy and Environment Development Association (PEEDA) has successfully conducted the workshop on Climate Change and Sustainable Livelihood in 4 VDCs of Dolakha district. The project activities were carried out in Mirge, Namdu, Jungu and Thulopatal (former) VDCs from 25th October to 1st November 2018. One of the main objectives of the workshop was to prepare Local Adaptation Plan of Action (LAPA), where 88 females were actively participating among 124 total participants.