Proper and sustainable sanitation systems are essential for public health and pollution control. More than half the households in Nepal do not have toilets and even where there are toilets the excreta is usually not managed properly. Furthermore, the nutrient value of excreta as well as solid waste is often wasted. ENPHO is therefore actively promoting sustainable sanitation systems that are technically and environmentally sound, financially feasible, and socially acceptable.
One day exhibition Program “Roof Top Farming Mela” was jointly organized by Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC), UN-Habitat, Environment and Public Health Organization (ENPHO), ISET-Nepal with many other stakeholders on 7th June, 2014 at the premises of Trolley bus station, New Baneshwor, Kathmandu.
Environment and Public Health Organization (ENPHO) in collaboration with CREEW, The Small Earth Nepal (SEN) and other partners has organized the 5th National Symposium on “Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Management of Groundwater Resources of Nepal” on 21st March 2014 in the occasion of World Water Day 2014.