Kimbesi Lekhnath-11 is community of low economical status people. People sustain their livelihood with few remittance and daily wages. Gravel road was founded as sign of development work over this community. Bahamans and Dalits are major cast of this community. Paddy is major crops of this community. Kimbesi is one of retarded cluster of Lekhnath Municipality, Kaski.
Before WVIN, ADP-Kaski has done lot of works like building schools and water schemes. Since past 2 year partnership of KN/WVIN has been conducted different activities regarding water and sanitation in this Kimbesi Community.
Due to passiveness of community, water scheme was not functioning well. There were no proper uses of water system components. Components conditions were going worst day by day. People need to go far for fetching water. Water sources were not safe at all. Often female and girls were their major responsibility for water fetching. People were frustrated with the worst condition of water scheme and less concerned about it.
In FY 2010 KN/WVIN introduced water safety plan (WSP) with partial contribution of community people, in Kimbesi Water Scheme. Partial implementation water schemes were improved and made safe. Additional no. of tap stands was installed so more community people were benefited.
11 year old Samaya Nepali lives in this community. “My mother needs not to go further far to fetch water, now we have regular water in our nearby tap stand” said RC Samaya Nepal. She also shows her kitchen garden nearby house, they use waste water in kitchen garden. “My children can spend more time for studying, playing and support her on other activities”.
Nunmaya Nepali, mother of Samaya Nepali said. She was very much grateful with this beneficiary.
During WSP implementation new tap stands also installed near Goraknath Lower Primary School, constructed with WVIN supports. Chairperson of Kimbesi WUC, Krishna Psd. Lamichhane said that now there is proper used of toilet in school, students are well benefited with regular water in tap. He wants to thank KN/WVIN having this activity on their community.