The Participatory Action for Community Empowerment and Development (PACED CHAMP) project concluded in 2019. The next phase of the project,
IMPACT, will continue action toward leprosy and preventable disease control using the SHG/Cooperative model in three new districts: Rupandehi, Kapilbastu and Parasi.
Last year, the PACED CHAMP project achieved many successes, including:
• 160 people received Prevention of Disability training
• 608 people reached with training on family violence
• 1832 members of Self-Help Groups
Social Return on Investment
Your support of the PACED CHAMP project last year meant that 14 accessible water points and 5 toilets were constructed, at an average cost of $112 per facility.