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.
Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Pokhara is organizing the National Industrial Trade Fair at Nayabazaar, Pokhara. The trade fair commenced from 23rd January to 3rd February, 2014. The program is organized with the aim to promote and showcase the products from various local, National and International levels. The formal inauguration of the program took place under the chairmanship of the chief guest Mr. Madhav Prasad Ghimire, Home Minister, Nepal Government.
The Inauguration and handover program of Deubhumi Baluwa Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Project (BDWSSP) supported by Aisa-Onlus and Environment and Public Health Organization (ENPHO) was conducted on 19th January, 2014 at the premises of Baluwa Water User and Sanitation Committee office, Tinghare, Baluwa VDC. Mr. Prem Kumar Shrestha, Local Development Officer (LDO) of Kavre District was the Chief Guest of the BDWSSP handover program with maximum participation of the local consumers.