Who We Are

                                   BES-Nepal in brief:

Due to distant from the district headquarter limited Government resources were reached to the Bakamalang VDC(Nisdi-1) of Palpa district . In the other hand, economic as well as educational status of the people was also poor. Though, some youths of the VDC were enthusiastic to engage in development activities. At the meantime, BES was established in 1992 aiming to support children for their education. BES has registered in District Administration Office Palpa (Reg. No. 43) and affiliated to SWC(A.N. 1157) as non-political, non-religious, membership and community based development organization.

BES-Nepal is operating as per its third five years’ strategic plan (2016-2020). It is affiliated on more than nine National networks and well known as child right promoter organization. It is establishing as a model on organizational development with mobilizing the members and it has its own identity in the sector of self -governance, inclusiveness, volunteerism, social harmony, and Social justice as the protector of human right.

BES Nepal has long experience on social mobilization working on education, health and nutrition sector in Palpa and neighboring districts. It has been practiced time movement, book reading habit and positive thinking and acting culture. In the other hand there are experienced, efficient and highly accountable human resources towards the targeted sectors and the communities are actively working with the organization.

Board members and Core professional

 

  1. Executive Board :

SN

Name

Designation

Experience in Org.

1

Chhabi Lal Subedi

Chair person

22 Yrs.

2

Lekhanath Marasini

Vice-chairperson

18 Yrs.

3

Harimaya Ramjali

Vice-chairperson

13 Yrs.

4

Tulsi Ram Gautam

Secretary

10 Yrs.

5

Min Prasad Dhakal

Member

6 Yrs

6

Krsishna Puri

Vice-Secretary

6 Yrs.

7

Uma Adhikari

Member

8 Yrs

8

Maya Shrestha

Member

11 Yrs

9

Arabinda Kumar Chaudhary

Member

10 Yrs

10

Bir Bahadur Darlami

Member

10 Yrs

11

Shanti Pariyar

Member

3  Yrs

 

 

B. Core professionals of BES-Nepal

SN

Name

Position

Years of involvement

1

Shalikram Pandey

Executive Director

21 Yrs

2

Shiva Prasad Kharal

Finance/Admin Coordinator

18 Yrs

3

Shalik Ram Pokharel

Field coordinator

19 Yrs

4

Prakash Pandey

Program Co ordiantor

5 yrs

5

Dinesh Ghimire

Field Co ordinator

4 yrs

6

Sita Sharma

Program Officer

2 Yrs

7

Sapana Khadka

Finance/Admin Officer

2 Yrs

 

Vision:

·         Creation of civilized, self-dependent and equitable society.

 

Mission:

·         Facilitate on meaningful participation and dignity life of community people.

·         Support on identification of local resources, mobilization and its management.

·         Sustainable development of the organization.

 

Goal:

·         Work to maintain quality of all community programs and make them sustainable.

·         Support to end all types of discrimination and establish social harmony and peace

·         Support for establishing equal opportunity to all class, tribe for their easier life style.

·         Support on economic generation and social security promotion for marginalized and deprived.

·         Support and or facilitate on national priorities

·         Humanitarian support during disaster

·        Promote community practice on leadership development, inclusion, governance and transparency.

·        Establish as a successful and self -dependent civil society organization.

Objectives:

·         Support on the free and qualitative basic education.

·         Improve the hygienic & nutrition status of target group.

·         To serve helpless people including blind, disable person and people with physical, mental challenge.

·         To initiate the campaign of plantation and work for the environmental protection.

·         To support and collaborate on National priorities.

·         Support on conservation of appropriate traditions and culture.

·         To initiate different programs for exploring creativity and broaden inner capacity.

·         Mobilize community for their own development.

·         To support on emergency.

 

Target Groups and Sectors:

Target Area

Advocacy

Children

ECD, Primary Education, Health and Nutrition, Child Protection,CFLG

Women

Safe Motherhood, Social Security, Skill Development and advocacy of rights

Youths

Skill Development, Awareness upon drugs, Self Employment, Youth Forum and advocacy on rights.

Vulnerable and marginalized Community

Modernization on Agriculture and animal farming, Skill development for income generation, Empowerment

                                 

Areas for Mainstreaming

Target Area

Advocacy

Disable

Skill development, Rehabilitation, Advocacy on disable friendly environment

HIV and AIDS

Skill development, Rehabilitation, Income Generation program, Awareness and Advocacy

Disaster Management and Emergency response

Awareness, Rescue, Planning on Pre-Plan

Public Awareness

Public hearing, discussion, Advocacy on good utilization of resources and Constitutional education

Climate Change

Awareness, Local concern on the conservation of forest and environment