Sangh-Sangai, meaning “together” in Nepali, is a TearFund project in Nepal under a Scottish Government program working in disaster risk reduction, against gender based violence, health, community transformation & livelihood. Continuing from an INSPIRE Nepal 2022 project, this year’s team is hoping to build on the remarkable MVP development carried out by 2022 Fall cohort of INSPIRE’s Nepal wing for Business Intelligence insights and impact measurement visualization for TearFund and it’s partner NGOs across Nepal.
The issue of unstructured data of Tearfund and it’s partner Micah Nepal has been managed properly to visualize community transformation scores as it was maintained manually. This has been solved by previous team ‘AKAS’ by digitalizing it. This year we will be directly interacting with the community partner “Micah Nepal” for collecting and maintaining data of beneficiaries in communities with a hope to deliver the best possible solution.
This would serve as a solution for both administrators and partners possess the authority to access and actively maintain the information. This implies that not only the administrators but also the partners could view, edit, and manage the information as needed, ensuring a collaborative approach to information management and accessibility within the organization or system.
Recent Graduate of CS & IT, Tribhuwan University
3rd Year CS & IT student, Tribhuwan University
Recent Graduate of Computing, London Metropolitan University
3rd Year Bachelors of IT student, Purwanchal University
Micah Nepal is a registered non-governmental organization in Nepal. They attend and seek to assist in Nepal where help is needed, whether it be Education, Caring for Families, Water Cleanliness, Food supplies and disaster support. Micah has been working to equip and empower members and lead ers in communities.
TearFund has been working in Nepal since 1970 and is currently partnering with eight organizations across the country. It is also one of the Scottish Government projects being implemented in Nepal. Tearfund received funding in 2017, through the Scottish Government’s Humanitarian Emergency Relief Fund, to respond to flooding in Nepal. Following the earthquakes in 2015, Tearfund launched an emergency aid operation and was one of the first agencies to rebuild permanent, earthquake-resilient homes.
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