Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness (ECCA) has been a leading organization in the sector of social mobilization and community development. It implements various programmes so as to raise the quality of life through wise-use of available local resources and application of alternate and renewable technologies.


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Light For All

Displace kerosene lamps by solar based household lighting and promote child education

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Plant a Tree

Bring concept of 'Green' among youth, children and communities

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Support a Child

Increase school enrollment and reduce drop out rate

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Safe Drinking Water

Provide safe drinking water facilities in schools and communities

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Counselors in action; Raising safe drinking water issues in Kathmandu valley

As the valley faces rising cases of cholera, ECCA has been organizing more community awareness programs related to safe drinking water within the valley. Since past few weeks, ECCA counselors are actively engaged in conducting safe drinking water programs at vulnerable parts of the city to bring up issues of preventive actions.  The programs not … Continue reading Counselors in action; Raising safe drinking water issues in Kathmandu valley

Supporting school children in Dolakha

On July 27 2016, we gathered at Wise-use House, Jwagal to prepare for one of the regular support programs of ECCA. After loading the educational support materials into the vehicles from we departed for Gairimudi and Mirge VDCs of Dolakha. There were copies, books, pencils, geometry boxes, calculators, school bags, dictionaries, sharpeners and other educational … Continue reading Supporting school children in Dolakha

Women lead Safe Drinking Water practice in Chyasal

Nepal is regarded as one of the richest countries in water resources but people have problem of water scarcity. Department of Water Supply and Sewerage  estimates 80% of the total population to have access to drinking water, however it’s safety cannot be guaranteed. People of larger cities like Kathmandu valley are even more devoid of access to adequate and safe drinking … Continue reading Women lead Safe Drinking Water practice in Chyasal

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