Nepal COVER Project Phase II SitRep 12 (28 July 2021 update)

Nepal COVER Project Phase II SitRep 12 (28 July 2021 update)
Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Following are the major highlights of Nepal COVER Project – Phase II, as of 28 July 2021:

  • 27,003 out of 29,858 self-learning materials including stationary items (a dozen pencils, a notebook, an easer, a sharpner, a pack of color pencils, clear bag folder and a set of self- learning books) have been distributed in 12 WVI Nepal's working districts as of as of 27 July, 2021. Self-learning materials have been provided with an aim of keeping all children learning even during closure of schools during the COVID-19 lockdown.
  • The tenth episode of radio programme "Hamro Ghar Hamro Paathsaala" has been broadcast to remotely engage children to continue their learning during the prolonged nationwide COVID-19 lockdown.
  • 8,559 out of 8559 households have benefited from food consumption support as of 28 July, 2021. The food package lasts for almost three weeks for a household of four members.
  • 1,573 out of 2,197 hygiene kits have been distributed as of 27 July, 2021.
  • Major findings of the Post Distribution Monitoring are:
  1. In terms of appropriateness, all respondents appreciated the materials supported by World Vision, and its role in saving the lives of COVID-19 patients as well as limiting the spread of the Coronavirus.
  2. In case of timeliness, majority of the respondents felt that support in case of Oxygen Cylinder was a bit late in comparison to other items.
  3. Almost all the respondents said that they were satisfied with World Vision's distribution process. The detailed information about materials including the quantity mentioned in Accountability flex was viewed as a unique way of displaying transparency and was well appreciated.
  4. Most of the supported items were utilised during the COVID-19 crisis. Furthermore, some of the support have also been stocked up for any potential future crises.
  5. Most of the respondents denoted that they were satisfied with the quality of supported materials. However, there was some issue with the oximeters.