1. Project Name

Establishment and Institutionalization of Small Farmers Agriculture  Cooperatives (SFACL) 

Project period

January – December, 2015

Project Location

Kalikot, Dailekh, Bajhang, Bajura and Jajarkot districts

Major Activities

The main objective of the WUPAP project is to create vibrant grass roots institutions that will respond to the needs of the people, especially the target group and empower them to mobilize their own resources to access external resources and claim social justice.

NACCFL has set following specific objectives to achieve main objective of the WUPAP project.

  • To establish and develop capacity ofsmall farmer agriculture cooperative
  • To conduct general awareness campaign
  • To identify potential communities where the program supported groups and other existing groups or individuals want to create their own cooperative
  • To assist cooperatives for developing their annual /business plan/strategic plan/ general assembly and diversify the activities
  • To provide training and onsite coaching on cooperative/ portfolio/ financial /account management

2. Project Name

Capacity development of Farmers Cooperative Strengthening

Project period

April- December, 2016

Project Location

Kalikot, Dailekh, Bajhang, Bajura and Jajarkot districts

Major Activities

Major Activities under  this project includes:

  • Organization of 5 trainings in 5 districts on cooperative performance at district levels.
  • Organization of 25 coaching sessions on accounting through visit to existing SFACLs.
  • Provision of regular coaching and guidance to Field Trainers and SFALCs.
  • Monitoring of activities and preparation of completion of report.
  • Organize participatory evaluation meeting.

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