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Organizational Profile 

Of 

Education Training Service For Community-Nepal

 

Organizational Profile:

Name of the organization: Education Training & Service for Community-Nepal (ETSC-Nepal)

Address:                            Purano Makwanpur Road-3 Hetauda, House No.473

Mailing Address:               Po. Box 18, Hetauda, Makwanpur, Nepal

Telephone:                       00977-57-523375, Fax: 057-526915, Mbl: 9819259624

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 Year of Establishment:    B.S. 2056 (17th Nov. 1999 AD)

Year, Act and Registration no. :

  1. Act under which registered Association Registration Act, 2034 B.S., 1977 AD
  2. Registration no. 577
  3. Year of Registration 17th Nov. 1999 (2056/08/02 B.S.)

 Affiliation with Social Welfare Council no. :  10637

 

Background of ETSC-Nepal:

  • Established by community leaders from of Makwanpur district, to facilitated intensive Managerial Leadership training to increase the capacity of men and women involved in decision making levels since its establishment.
  • Reaching the vulnerable through holistic community development approach; primarily focusing on marginalized vulnerable people.

 

Vision of ETSC-Nepal:

  1. ETSC-Nepal Vision for Itself:

        “Competent, Credible and Interdependent Organization.”

      2. ETSC Vision for Community:

        "To build up the Prosperous and Righteous Society with the Light of a New Hope."

 

Mission of ETSC-Nepal:

        “ETSC strives to enhance the access on resources of marginalized vulnerable communities by

         loving and caring the creation of God in order to establish prosperous and righteous society."

 

GOAL:

  • To build up the perfect community by developing organizational capacity.

 

Objectives:

The main Objectives of ETSC- Nepal are as follows:

  • To help form community organizations and strengthen their capacities to plan, and implement development plans and programs.
  • To create opportunities for self employment for improving livelihoods of the marginalized and disadvantaged communities.
  • To raise awareness on human rights, child development, health, and education.
  • To provide integrated community development services to most vulnerable and marginalized people, trafficked women, and PLHIV.
  • To conduct action research, share and disseminate research findings across all levels.
  • Establish just peace and prosperous society.

 

Background:

ETSC-Nepal is an organization located in Hetaunda Municipality working for the most vulnerable communities of Makwanpur district.  With the joint effort and cooperation of the local leaders, ETSC –Nepal was established in the year 2055 B.S. ETSC received the legal recognition from District Administration Office Makwanpur in the year 2056 B.S as an organization working in the field of social welfare. ETSC-Nepal is a community based NGO formed with the self initiation of the community with the objective to bring long term transformation in the society. The organization gives special focus in working for achieving the common concern issues such as by developing the accessibility to resources of the highly marginalized and disadvantaged communities and bring changes in their economical, political, religious, social situation and traditional thoughts.

ETSC Nepal has been implementing various programs in the different VDCs of Makwanpur district. In these targeted areas, VDC level awareness groups have been formed. These awareness groups are being provided with capacity building opportunities for executing both the awareness activities as well as local level development activities such as plan development, management and implementation.  In addition, this service has also been extended to other districts. 

ETSC- Nepal has been guiding various community groups. As a result, this has been promoting special focus in the identification and mobilization of local level knowledge, skills, experience and different types of resources including the external resources as required for addressing various types of existing problems in the community. In this context, ETSC–Nepal has been institutionalizing and managing varied community groups. As its main value, ETSC believes that sustainable development of the community is possible if the community people themselves take the initiative for fulfilling the basic needs of the community and for the qualitative development in their livelihood. Hence, ETSC –Nepal has been progressing forward with keen interest in realizing this value into real practice.

 

Strategy:

With the objective of developing the vulnerable community and to raise awareness among them, ETSC- Nepal has been adopting following strategies:

  • Conduct problem identification & analysis, development of action plan, implementation and training, meeting, counseling and interaction sessions.
  • Resource sharing and effective mobilization of resources.
  • Identification, analysis and advocacy of public issues.
  • Network development, Coordination and partnership.
  • Sustainable development plan and long term implementation.
  • Resource development training and mobilization.
  • Community practice for raising awareness.

 

Target Area:

Education Training and Service for community - Nepal has been working in the VDCs of Makwanpur district as their main target areas. In addition, by extending the networks of local level groups, it has been conducting programs in different other districts of Nepal.

 Targeted communities:

Marginalized and Vulnerable Community, Poor, Illiterate, Dalits, Ethnic Groups, Indigenous and Endangered Groups.

 

Areas of work:

  • Health and community.
  • Educational Support.
  • Human trafficking
  • Peace Building
  • Resilient Livelihood. 

 

Strategic Objectives for the Program:

  • To rise consciousness against HIV/AIDS and human trafficking resulting to decrease in HIV/AIDS cases and human trafficking within the constituency.
  • To improve livelihood of landless families by rehabilitating and educating for their rights.
  • To enhance enterprising and marketing skills of the vulnerable communities in order to raise their living standard.
  • To raise awareness of women against violence for their empowerment.
  • To increase the rate of school going children and subsequently reduce in the deprivation of the vulnerable children on their rights to education. 

 

Operational Objective (Management Objective):

  • To build the capacity of staffs and executive committee members
  • To generate internal resources for the financial sustainability of the organization.
  • To develop leadership in the rural communities for the capacity building of the community based organizations.
  • To establish a development resource and information centre for HIV/AIDS and human trafficking.

 

Targeted Beneficiaries:

  • HIV/AIDS affected and infected
  • Victims of human trafficking.
  • Vulnerable and Landless families

 

Main Values: 

ETSC Nepal has developed its specific main values in order to make its performance more practical, transparent and public oriented. It also seeks to bring flexibility and consistency in the organizational behavior. 

The main Values are as follows:

  • Peace and Justice.
  • Transparency
  • Social co-existence and cooperation
  • Self dependency
  • Democratic  practice
  • Mutual respect and love
  • Focus on solving the long term problems
  • Love the creation of God
  • Servant attitude

 

Work Procedure:

ETSC-Nepal has been conducting various activities based on the need of the community.  For the effective implementation of the programs, ETSC Nepal has developed its own network. Community groups within the network have been working according to their weekly, monthly and yearly plans which are based on the needs of the community. ETSC Nepal has been supporting them through regular monitoring, evaluation and feedback. 

In order to address the social problems, ETSC-Nepal strives for improving the related issues and social deviations to maintain social tolerance through the awareness groups working in the community level.  Further, for increasing the effectiveness of the performance of the organization in developing the other vulnerable groups as well, it has been conducting General Assembly each year. The report and summary of the previous year’s organizational activities are presented in the General Assembly which is followed by developing plans for the next year.

 

Programs in Implementation:

Based on the needs of the community ETSC-Nepal has been conducting various types of community services and activities. According to the vision, objectives, mission, goal and strategies of ETSC Nepal, following activities are being conducted to improve the living standard of the targeted people.

  1. Stop the Traffic End slavery: In Nepal Makwanpur is the district with highest percentage of human trafficking rate. Considering this fact, ETSC-N has conducted baseline survey in 6 VDCs of Makwanpur district. From the observation and information collected from the baseline survey and published white paper on trafficking situation which has been proved to be very useful to many other NGOs and stakeholders working in the district.  Under this program, the organization has conducted awareness activities against human trafficking. Trafficking survival and vulnerable women are provided small business skills, organised in 10 saving groups, provided technical assistance on kitchen gardening, goat raising, poultry farming, treatment and care for livestock, tailoring, beauty parlor and hair cutting. Leadership training was conducted to these women to take led in their communities. 
  • Intercepted 33 women of different villages of Makwanpur.
  • Provided counseling service for over 2 years for more than 1500 people at District Administration office of Makwanpur seeking passport for overseas employment.
  • Published audio –visual CD's contained trafficked women and prisoners who sold women's in brothels of India interview with Government officials and justice councils to the people for awareness.
  • 12350 people in VDC's of Makwanpur have been aware through audio-visual show against the risk of traffic.
  • VDC's Community Peer watch group(CPWG) shared message with people in door steps, schools, in fields with working people, women groups, forest user groups, shepherds, wood cutter and seller, stone crusher and church people.

       In order to mobilize the community in groups for prevention and control against human trafficking, ETSC-Nepal has formed 18 awareness groups in the VDCs of                 Makwanpur district. Total 126 community people are included in these groups. The members of the awareness groups incorporate representatives from different religious       conviction and vulnerable communities and with their initiatives various awareness activities are being continued.

      2. Community Health and HIV:

  • Base line survey was done in 10 VDC's participating 680 risk population and white paper was published for general information. 
  • Formation of 18 Peer Watch Group with 126 group members to address the HIV issues as volunteers in community level.
  • 222 men and women infected with HIV were identified in  VDC's of Makwanpur
  • Infected women are organized  village level infected women groups.
  • Awareness raising workshop were organized participating over 15000 migrants, spouse of migrants and housewives from 10 VDC's of Makwanpur against trafficking and HIV infections.
  • 2000 copies of brochure on "HIV preventation", 150 copies of audio visual aid published and distributed.
  • 1150 women form 10 VDC's were provided reproductive health education.
  • 72 HIV infected women are provided livelihood support to enhance livelihood from 10 VDC's of Makwanpur.
  • 10 HIV infected women with low economy statues were provided nutritional support for 2 Years.
  • 4 inquiry box is installed at 4 High schools for regular updates for students on HIV and 800 high school students were benefitted.  
  • 500 vulnerable people from 10 VDC's are provided pre counseling for HIV testing.
  • ETSC-N participated more 30 co-ordinations meeting with government and line agencies aligning resources and controlling result replication.

      3. HIV/AIDS Awareness Program:

      This program has been carried by CBO's organized by Plan Nepal Makwanpur (a Plan International branch) and ETSC – Nepal is involved in it to             develop program, facilitate, supervise, monitor and report.

      ETSC-Nepal has identified that Makwanpur district is not only the highest ranking area for human trafficking but also the most vulnerable area for the transmission of             HIV/AIDS/STI. Women, girls, young boys, men coming back from India and other countries imposes high risk of sexually transmitted diseases in this area. Moreover the       people here lack awareness on such diseases or are intimidated by family honors, tradition and social exclusion because of which they hide their disease or do not take         any steps for tests. Spouses of the migrant worker also are unaware of the possibility of HIV/AIDS/STI and take no initiative in making their spouse to take tests.

      Drug abuse also exists in this area among youths and adolescent making them vulnerable to HIV/AIDS/STI. Sub health post and health post in the VDCs’ of Makwanpur         lack proper facilities for HIV/AIDS/STI tests and treatment. Some of the agencies are working in the rehabilitation and prevention of women and girls trafficking in              Makwanpur district however there is lack of HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention initiatives targeted to youths, women and migrant groups. Trafficking has been the cause      of spreading Aids epidemic and has made communities very vulnerable.

     There are widely ignorance specialy children from infected, trafficked and affected for early child hood development and the responsibility of guardians due to the lack          knowledge of reproductive health and the child care. Due to the lack of schooling opportunity many number of children tend to labor or to serve the risk Job. There are        children those are not encouraged to go to school due to many reasons. There are number of street children without shelter, food and education. Children in various            kind of labor is the another scenario of Hetauda and the suburb. Like other developing urban area Hetauda is overwhelming by migration, unemployment, poor health          facilities. The people's economic level of district is very miserable. The 68.45% house hold lives under the poverty line with food insufficiency. Agriculture is                        unproductive and traditional. Only 17.54%involve in direct economic activities. Activities 31.76 household have partial employment within district or out of district. The        HIV/AIDS infections and trafficking has made children's more vulnerable. 

    Beneficiaries Groups:

  • VDC's people groups; students and women (House wives).
  • VDCs HIV/Aids infected and affected people.        
  • Circus returned and traffic people.
  • HIV/Aids Infected and affected children               
  • Potential affected people.  

 

4.Managerial Leadership Training:

With the objective of enhancing the capacity of local human resources to provide support in the holistic development of the vulnerable communities, the organization has been conducting 9 months managerial leadership training. Total 215 people have participated in the training. After the completion of the training, various mobile trainings have been organized with the initiative of the participants. The mobile training incorporates trainings on management, leadership, family development, counseling services and group formation etc to the community people.

 

5.Peace Building:

In the post conflict situation in Nepal, hopes, expectation and demand of the people and groups at all level have risen to a great height. With the growing practice of direct or indirect involvement in conflict for the protection of one’s own interest, community peace has been disturbed tremendously. Such activities have directly and indirectly influenced the community people towards conflict and have also adversely affected the state of just peace, stable government and good governance in the country. Strikes, inter caste conflict and other conflicting events are its direct outcome.

The emergence of revenge and resentment has seen to be growing among the victims in many areas, since the end of the armed conflict in the country. The transformation in the political scenario is also resulting into growing conflict situation. Every 5 development region of the country consists of conflict affected districts. 

Although, in present condition, efforts are being made to maintain the agreements between the conflicting parties, situation may grow worse as the problems of the traumatized people are not being addressed. The rural community and conflict affected family do not have easy access to relief and rehabilitation opportunities which is often found to be the issue of constant discussion in the urban areas of the country.

Conflict situation has increased social deviation in the community. Fear, hopelessness, resentment, distrust and revenge have filled the mind and hearts of the people. Due to such negative changes, there exist many groups and elements of both political and apolitical nature that are increasing the gap between the hilly and Madhesi people. Due to this there is increasing number of people who are leaving their house to relocate. Further, although peace agreement has been made between the conflicting parties at national level, there is need for activities for rehabilitation and social integration at community level. Thus, ETSC-Nepal aims to address these needs through its proposed program by mobilizing both the local and external resources to provide support to peace building process.

 

6.Bankariya Literacy for Income Generation:

  • The aim of this program is to improve the literacy levels, take care of livestock and promote the kitchen garden for income generation.
  • Women of 12 household 24 bankariya were able to perform literacy activity. (such as reading writing and keeping simple arithmetic record) 
  • Bankariya women were able to generate income for family members to earn living through income generative activity such as goat rising, saving groups for investment and Kitchen garden.

 

7.School Water Project:

With this plan Shree Mahendra Higher Secondary School will provide an adequate supply of water for drinking, washing rooms and cooking to 2260 people each day. Supply of potable drinking water in Shree Mahendra Higher Secondary School contributing to the health of its primary stakeholders. Increase in enrollment and performance of students creating positive school environment. Improve environmental sanitation of the school.

 

8.Chepang Literacy for Income Generation:

  • To improve the literacy levels, health and income generating possibilities of Chepang communities, and allow them to put their voice forward and access resources through their Village Development Committee.
  • The project is designed to serve 3-year plan and provides long-term goals for Chepang people. The community will be empowered to take a roll and responsibility to sustain the collective achievements.  As objectives are accomplished or contributors find areas to improve upon, the project will be updated and enhanced. The organization ETSC, local literacy advisory committee, VDC's, District Education Office and Non formal education department are committed to providing consultation and leadership for the project.
  • All literate Chepang people use learning's in practices at home, work, school, and community. Chepang people have access to information on systems of education governance, local govt. bodies, govt. provisions, resources and current cross cutting issues of communities.  
  • 240 participants will be able to read, write and do simple arithmetic.
  • Approximately 30 children of Chepang community enrolled in school each year
  • Chepang people are encouraged to be involve and organized in local groups as members to learn systems and access provisions. 12 member of literacy group received citizenship and 5 Chepang families succeed to find house provision from government. 


9.Enhancing Capacities of Indigenous Women for Skill Development to earn Livelihood:

National Foundation for Development of Indigenous Nationalities: (a Nepal government agency) ETSC-N organized a project called " Enhancing capacities of indigenous women for skill   development to earn livelihood" under the program of National Foundation for Development of Indigenous Nationalities (NFDIN)schemes. The aim of this program was to improve livelihood of women through capacity building skills, knowledge and resources, to enhance the capacity of women groups in order to institutionalize the  organizational development process and to advocate for the rights of women.

 

10.Community Health First –Nepal:

The project aim to deliver support to the most disadvantaged women and children by;

  • Increasing knowledge of maternal and child health. We will establish 25 Women’s Health Committees (WHC) per year for three years, who, supported by a Men’s Support Group (MSG), will each develop and oversee a health and literacy education program for women and adolescent girls in their ward.
  • Enabling women to generate income and joint savings schemes to pay for safer health practices. We will develop a business skills and savings skills toolkit to help local women transform their subsistence activities into small scale income generating ones. We will also provide technical support such as growing specialist crops.
  • Lobbying for improvements in mother and child health services. Nine Maternal Health Committees, made up of men and women, will lobby for improvements in mother and child health services through government medical centres, health posts and Sub Health Posts. Collectively they will lobby national government for improvements in long term sustainable mother and child health.

The project will directly reach over 5,100 women and girls over three years, including 2,012 from the most marginalized groups.  An additional 27,450 people will indirectly benefit. 

 

Organizational Capacity:

  • ETSC staffs consist of facilitator trained in human trafficking and HIV/AIDS.
  • ETSC staffs have experience in implementing large scale projects in grass root level specially Prevention of human trafficking and HIV/AIDS and income generation.
  • ETSC consists of experts in managerial leadership training.
  • ETSC is affiliated with institution and organization who will provide its technical support in the implementation of the proposed program.
  • ETSC has coordination with professionally service provider institute and the organization.
  • ETSC has coordination with district line govt. agencies and likeminded organization.

 

Financial Capacity:

  • ETSC has strong financial management system.
  • ETSC has good coordination and relation building skills for acquiring financial support from external donors.
  • ETSC has financial sub – committee in the close monitoring of the program.

 

Monitoring and Evaluation System:

For increasing the effectiveness of the activities being implemented by ETSC-Nepal, participatory monitoring shall be conducted. Considering the nature of the program, monitoring can be conducted regularly or in every 3/3 months period. The organization can give continuity or make changes to the program as required for the application of the learning obtained during the monitoring. The monitoring committee shall have the main role in progamme monitoring while the staff members or the office bearers of the executive committee can be involved when required. The employees or staffs shall prepare monthly progress report on the activities which will help the executive committee and other committees to be well informed on the programs.  For the evaluation, organization shall review the programs annually. The organization shall regularly prepare reports of the programs and submit to the related stakeholders. To maintain the financial transparency, organization shall conduct auditing in yearly basis. If required, internal auditing shall also be conducted.

 

 GOVERNANCE AND STRUCTURE

 Executive Board: ETSC/N.

 S.N

   Name

 Position

Cast/tribe

Gender           

Expe

rience

1

Mr. Nabin Chaudhari 

Chairman        

Brahman

Female

7 yrs.

2

 Mr. Nim Bahadur Ghatane

Vice-Chairman

Dalit

Male

16 yrs.

3

Mr. Surya Prakash Rai                                  

Member Secretary

Janjati

Male

18 yrs.

4

Mrs. Parbati Kandel   

Treasurer

Adhibasi

Male

5 yrs.

5

Mr. Imansing Ghalan

Joint Secretary

Janjati

Female

6 yrs.

6

Mrs. Sita Pariyar

Member

Janjati

Female

6 yrs.

 7 Prem Bahadur Waiba

Member

Janjati

Male

5 yrs.

 8

Mr. Uma Ghimire.

Member

Janjati

Male

4 yrs.

 9

Mrs. Sunita Ghalan

Member

Janjati

Female

3 yrs.

 

 

                   Name                                                 Leadership /Position         

Project management:

 

1. Dr. Dil Prasad Shrestha                                         Executive Director; MITRA (Management Innovation, Training and Research Academy)

 

Health & HIVAIDS consultant:

1. Dr. Ranga Raj Dhungana;                    Executive Director; National Health Foundation

 

Legal Consultancy:                                                                                         

  1. Mr. Keshab Gautam Ex. Appellate court Bar: President
  2. Mrs. Sanju Shrestha                     Advocate

General Members of organization:

General Members                                                      32 - Men / Women

Members in other districts                                           10 – Men/ women

 Date of governing body elected:  2012.08.08

Organizational Present human resource:

 

         Name

Education

Experience

    Expertise           

Gender

Working

program

 

 1

 

Mr.Surya Rai

 

  1. A.

 

 

19 yrs.

Management

Program Development

Facilitation

Coordination

 

Male

 

* Program Development

 

 2

 

Mr. Devendra Rai                     

 

B.SC.               

 

7 yrs

Social Mobilizing

Facilitation

 

Male

 

* Peace building.

 

 3

Ms. Usha Thapa

 

7 yrs

Facilitation

Female

* Gender.

* HIVand prolife

 

4

 

Mr. Bishnu Lama         Male

 

 

      SLC

12

Training Facilitation

Male

*Managerial Leadership Training,

 

 5

Mr. Buddhi Ram Lama

      SLC

12

Training facilitator

Male

*Managerial Leadership Training,

 

 6

Mr. Sante Rai

   I. Com.

7

Accountancy

Male

Projects of ETSC/N.

 

 7

Mr. Dikamber Rupacha            

 

    SLC

 

9

Facilitation

Male

* Enterprise               Development

* Co-operatives.

 

 8

Mr. Dharma Lama                     

 

Secondary

 

16

Social Mobilizer:                

 

Male

 

* Prevention of Human trafficking

 

 9

Mrs. Anju Rai

 

Secondary

 

 12

Hostel

Steward

Female

*Managerial Leadership Training,

 10

Mr.Raju Lama

 

Primary

 

11

Hostel

Cook

 

Male

*Managerial Leadership Training,

 11

Ms. Sova BK.

Secondary

   7

Office helper

Female

Office of  ETSC/N.

 12

Ms. Rojina Moktan

B.A.

1

Social Mobilizer:                

Female

women groups.

 13

Eena Samba

MA

2

coordinator

Female

Health frist ;Nepal

 14

Nitu Dev

BA

3

M&E officer

Female

Health frist ;Nepal

15

Sarada Chaulagai

BA

10

Health facilitator

Female

Health frist ;Nepal

16

Sharmila Moktan

BA

3

Health facilitator

Female

Health frist ;Nepal

17

Susila Thing

BA

1

Health facilitator

Female

Health frist ;Nepal

18

Krishna Bd. Ghalan

SLC

10

Health facilitator

Female

Health frist ;Nepal

19

25 person

SLC,+2

1

Health Literacy facilitator

Female

Health frist ;Nepal

20

9 person

SLC,+2

5

Nurses and ANM

Female

Health frist ;Nepal

21

Basanta Waiba

+2

1

Accountant

Male

Women Empowerment

22

Harka Ghalan

Secondary

11

Driver

Male

Health frist ;Nepal

23

Junu Ghalan

SLC

4

office helper

female

Health frist ;Nepal

24

Bishal Gurung

Secondary

5

Station Guard

Male

Women Empowerment

 

 Contact Resource Person:

SN

         Name

         Expertise

       Affiliatation

Working Program

 1

Mrs. Dhana Rai

Reproductive health

HIV/AIDS.

 District Hospital.

HIV/AIDS

2

Mrs. Nirmala Adhikari

Reproductive health

HIV/AIDS.

 Nurse/ Health worker.

HIV/AIDS

 3

Mrs. Sanju Shrestha   

Legal assistance.

 Advocate

Human trafficking

 4

Mr. Keshab Gautam

Legal consultancy.

 Advocate

Human trafficking

 5

Mr. Ram Hari Ghimire

Peer Education

 

HIV/AIDS.

 6

Mr. Harka Bahadur Girel

Engineering

Engineering /DDC program

Drinking Water project.

 7

 

Mr. Ram Bd. Thapa

Business promotion

Facilitation

 

Small business promotion

 

Enterprise     Development

 8

Mr. Dr. Laxman Sribastav

Facilitation/Coach

 

Veterinary

 

Livestock

 9

Mr. Bijaya Kumar Kanaudiya

Consultation

 

  •  

    Kitchen Garden.

    10

    Mrs. Saraswoti Timilsina

    Women Empowerment

     

    Aawaj –Nepal.

     

    Human Trafficking.

     11

     

    Mr. Prem Dahal

     

    Human rights Activist

     

    Him-Rights.

    Human Trafficking.

     12

    Mr. Bishnu Pd. Adhikari

    Statistics

    Survey Study

    HIV/AIDS

     13

    Mr. Bal Krishna Maharjan

    Strategic Planning.

    Sansthagat Bikash Sanjal.

    Organizational development.

     14

    Mr. Manohar Pathak

    Peace Mediation

    Promot – Nepal.

    Peace building.

     

    Donor agencies:

    1. Sansthagat Bikash Sanjal, Lalitpur.
    2. Mennonite Central Committee, USA.
    3. Educational Resources, USA.
    4. Feed The Minds, UK.

     

    Strengths and Weaknesses of Organization:

    Strengths:

    • Unity & committed Board.
    • Trained staff for the work.
    • Good relationship with community.
    • Good cooperation with Present donor agency.
    • Transparency in financial concern.

     

    Weaknesses:

    • Lack of long term internal income source.
    • Organization has no its own building facilities.
    • Office has limited office assist materials or equipments.
    • Board members and its staff require training and skills on vivid current topics. 

     

    CONTACT INFORMATION:

    1. Organization Name: Education Training & Service for Community-Nepal.
    2. Mailing address: P.O Box-18, Hetauda, Makwanpur, Nepal.
    3. Preferred method of communication: Email.
    4. Executive Chief: Mr. Surya Rai.
    5. Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    6. Web: www.etscn.org.np
    7. Phone: 00977-57-523375 Mbl: 9745017602