RWDC Holds Annual Review meeting of 2020/21
July 16, 2021
Gramin Mahila Utthan Kendra (Rural Women Development Center -RWDC) established in 1993 and based in Dang Ghorahi-15 has held its annual review meeting on July 16 at its meeting hall in Ghorahi -15.
The review meeting was attended by staff members of the Civil Society: Mutual Accountability (CS: MAP) project and the SLVC-II Project.
The review meeting was presided over by RWDC chairperson Aasmani Chaudhary and founding legal advisor Shogat Bir Chaudhary.
The review meeting extensively discussed the ongoing project activities, outcomes and challenges met during the implementation of the project activities. Project Coordinator Bhimkant Chaudhary of the SLVC-II project, the Cooperative Capacity Building Facilitators Parbati Basnet, Basanta Magar, and account officer Puran Adhikari presented their respective slides to discuss the major outcomes of the projects implemented in the fiscal year 2020/21.
Similarly, the Sancha Bahadur Chaudhary of CS: MAP project also highlighted the major activities completed and omitted following the Covid-19 pandemic while Hema Poudel also talked about her ongoing job related to community action researcher.
Likewise, Program officer Hit Bahadur Thapa highlighted the works such as success stories documented for the organization and three new organizational websites completed, and more than 8 project proposals submitted to the respective donors. This was followed by the planning of activities and strategies for the future.
At the end of the review meeting, RWDC legal advisor Shogat Bir Chaudhary stressed the need to speak very carefully before the public as the people could distort the facts about the organization and can spread bad rumors.
Similarly, RWDC Chair Aasmani Chaudhary concluded the review session by saying that she has been happy to see the enhanced skill and capacity of the staff in presenting their slides in the meeting. She also added that the organization has a long vision and mission to go for which all project staff should have patience, dedication, sincerity, and commitment in fulfilling their duties and obligations.
The RWDC has been implementing CS: MAP Project in four wards and Ghorahi Sub-Metropolis of Dang district from 2017 to 2021 to raise awareness on Policy advocacy, improved civil society, and media engagement to oversight public services delivered through education, health, agriculture, and disaster risks, while SLVC-II Project is being implemented in Salyan, Pyuthan, and Dang district which enhances the capacities of targeted local cooperatives initiated under the project in three districts and the promotes value chain of the small holders enterpreneurship.