'Rapid Earthquake Relief Support Project' is one of the major ongoing project of FEDO. Which was supported by Global Fund For Women (GFW). The main objective of the project is to access the situation of Dalit earthquake survivors households and provide need base relief support for improving their livelihood condition and daily life. The implementing site of the project is Tarkeshower Municipality (Jeetpurfedi VDC, Futung VDC, and Goaldhunga VDC) of Kathmandu district. This project timeline is July 2015 to November 2015.
"Increasing Dalit Women's Access to WASH services and Rights" project is supported by water Aid Nepal. The project envisaged to empower Madhesi Dalit women of 10 VDCs and 2 municipalities in Siraha district ranging the timeline of 14 April 2014 to 31st March 2018. It still runs in Siraha District.
Increasing Dalit Women's Participation in Nepal project is running in Doti district. The main objective of the project is to strengthen the voices of Dalit women for Increasing their decisive role and contribution at political and governance structure. Increase the meaningful participation of Dalit women in governance structure through capacity enhancement, coordination and collaboration approaches. Donor: Dan Church Aid
Collective Action for Combating Caste Based Discrimination (SAJHA PAHAL) Project is running three Districts in Dadeldhura by NNDSWO, Rupandehi by JMC and Siraha by FEDO. The overall objective of the project is to promote human rights social justice and dignity of Dalit and marginalized group in Nepal. The Project set the result to increased awareness among Dalit and marginalized people to confidently speak up against untouchability and discrimination practices: and increase sensitivity and response of law enforcement agencies. Donor: European Union.
This Project is running in Siraha District. This project is designed based on evidence based advocacy for increasing access, rights to water and sanitation and inclusion of Dalit women in local governance .Local Dalit Women Groups (DWG) will able mobilized and capacitated on the basis of the finding revealed by the study in order to claim their rights and issues of Dalit women at all level and will be more vocal and local government functionaries will be accountable towards Dalit community.
Major objectives of this project is To reflect WASH policies, programmes and practices to Dalit women's rights and advocate to increase their access to safe water, improved hygiene and sanitation
The action aims to directly target 180 different stakeholders including government officials, political parties' leaders, experts, media people, Dalit activists and rights holders. The action will be implemented from district to national level interlinking the issues that will have wider impact benefiting larger size of the population and contribute to increase Dalit women's access to WASH services and rights. This Project supported by Water Aid Nepal. Project duration 1, December, 2013 to March 2014.
This Project is running four Districts in Kathmandu, Banke, Kailali and Kanchanpur. With the aim of increasing skills, resources and opportunities of Dalit Women to contribute towards the achievement of MDG3 and the eradication of poverty. The Project is set out to achieve definite results such as increased numbers of women actively and effectively participates in political parties and decision making structures at national and local levels. Improved accountability of decision making structures to their female constituents. Donor: Womankind, UK with the support of FLOW (funding leadership and opportunities for women), Foreign Affairs Division of Dutch Government.