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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 11 Experimenting to solve water management problems: Lele community in Nepal
Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 19882001 11 Experimenting to solve water management problems: Lele community in Nepal Raju Khadka, Laxmi Paudyal and Hari Subba Introduction maintaining and sustaining their water supply by themselves. These included: Lele Mahadev Khola village is one of the four · training of six PAR volunteers, some of communities in Nepal involved in the whom were also Water User Committee Participatory Action Research (PAR) project: member; Lele, Gajedi, Rangapur, and Yampaphant. Lele · involvement of the community in problem is a one-hour drive from the capital city, identification and analysis, leading to Kathmandu. Since 1995, the local NGO Nepal action such as a fining system by the WUC Water for Health (NEWAH) has been working for anybody who cuts the water pipeline; together with the people of Lele ward No. 4 in · PAR volunteers organising community the Participatory Action Research process. The workshops and assisting in training of process has helped to transform a disorganised other WUC members on leadership, water system characterised by lack of communication, group management, maintenance, to a better functioning water financial management and proposal system with a regular maintenance fund. writing. The impact of this training was noticeable when the ...