Framework agreement 2012-2014


Framework agreement 2012-2014

Between 2012 and 2014, the NGDO-FNEL action program focused on Nepal.


In order to help disadvantaged populations, all the actions were aimed at providing access to education and training, both formal and non-formal, to poor and marginalized children, adolescents and women. The strategy adopted in the 2012-2014 action program is "Education for All", broken down into four main areas:


  • Access to education, with projects:
    • 001-HRDC Hospital for Physically Handicapped Children in Banepa
    • 002-Support to health post at Dhulikhel Teaching Hospital in Godam Chowr
    • 004- Support to the children of parents in prison in Pasikot
    • 013-Reception center for trafficked children in Kathmandu
  • Support for primary and secondary education, with projects:
    • 003-Primary schooling of disadvantaged children in Lalitpur
    • 008- Schooling of disadvantaged children and orphans in Hamro Gaun village and construction of a retaining wall in Sankhu
    • 012- Promotion of education and children's rights through radio in Kaski district
    • 014-Education and Training Program for Disadvantaged Youth in Kathmandu
  • Professional learning, with projects:
    • 007-Supporting the Most Vulnerable and Disadvantaged Children, Youth and Women in the Pokhara Region through Professional Learning, Health Education and Building Life Skills in Pokhara
    • 016-Vocational Training for Substainable Livelihood: Skill for Employment in Hospitality Industry, Pokhara
  • Adult training, with projects:
    • 005- Training and maintenance in agro-forestry and renewable energies, and improvement of photovoltaic systems at Kakani International Training Center in Kakani
    • 006-Support Program for Mothers and Children with HIV / AIDS in Kathmandu / Kakani,

The 2012-2014 programmes also included an environmental component (projects 005 above and 009 - Installation of an autonomous photovoltaic system at the Hospital and Rehabilitation Center for Disabled Children (HRDC) for children with physical disabilities. in Banepa), and another health-related component (project 007 above).


The total amount of the framework agreement was € 1,942,899.08 over 3 years.