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Trail Bridge Sector Wide Approaches Program (TB SWAp), Dolakha District

Objectives: The main goal of the program is to contribute towards poverty reduction through improvement of access to social and basic services and economic resources and opportunities of the local people by building trail bridges within one hour detour.


Key Activities:

  • Community mobilization and facilitation in bridges construction.
  • Activate the user committees.
  • Facilitate for public hearing, public review and public audit.
  • Assist for social inclusion, transparency and livelihood building.
  • Over all construction supervision work during construction and erection of the bridge.
  • Oriented community on the Trail Bridge Program and Approaches; fill-out community application from.
  • Facilitate Details Survey, Design, Estimation of Trail Bridge and Still Truss Bridge.
  • Mobilize UCs members for the implementation of bridge building activities.
  • Conduct Bridge Construction supervision, Monitoring.
  • Supported for the technical and social organizational activities conduction in community.


Project period: 36 months (April 20, 2015-April 19, 2018)

Project Location: Dolakha, district 

Funding Partner (s): Office of District Development Committee (DDC)/Trail Bridge Sector Wide Approaches Program (TB SWAp)

Implementation Partner (s): DTO, VDCs and User Committees (UCs)


Major Achievements: From April 20, 2015 to present date

  • Completion of 6 trail bridges in Dolakha district. Namely, Gandu still truss bridge (24 m), Patkari still truss bridge (28m), Toribari Trail Bridge (60m), Ghattekhola still truss bridge (32m) Maurekhola Trail Bridge (105m) and Takding Trail Bridge (41.5m).
  • The total beneficiaries from the aforementioned bridge construction are 6152 Female and 4737 Male within 1969 households, in which there were 438 dalit, 8691 janajati and 1760 brahmin and chhetri beneficiaries.
  • The numbers of locals provided with employment for livelihood improvement were 11959. in total within which were 477 dalit males, 708 dalit females, 2437 janajati males, 1423 janajati females, 1938 Brahmin/Chhetri males, 818 Brahmin/Chhetri females within which 5667 were impoverished.     

Contact Information

  • Civic Forum for Sustainable Development
  • P.O. Box No. 33, Dhulikhel, Kavrepalanchok Nepal,
  • Phone : +977-11-490744, +977-9851254762
  • Email : info@civicforum.org.np

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