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  • Draft annual report 2018-19
    PDF icon Annual Report 2018-19_Final Draft_1.pdf
  • Fundraising strategy 2019-2023
    PDF icon NEWAH FRS Complete Draft.pdf
  • Rainwater harvesting systems for a high quality, supplementary water supply in Nepal
    In 2010 it was estimated by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) (2012) that 89% of Nepal’s population had access to an improved water supply source, however, the Government of Nepal (2011) estimated that approximately half of those water supply systems were not functioning properly. Nepal Water for Health (NEWAH) is a Nepali non-government organisation that has implemented several rainwater harvesting systems (RWHS) in the rural hilly regions of Nepal.
    PDF icon Rainwater Harvesting NEWAH document for website.pdf
  • Annual Report FY 2015-16
    PDF icon Newah-Annual-Report-Final_22-Feb-2018.pdf
  • Annual Report FY 2014-15
    PDF icon Annual-Report_2014-15.pdf
  • Report on Haldekharka Lifting Water Supply Project 2014
    This report contains information on the electric lifting water supply system implemented on a pliot basis by NEWAH in 2012 in Lekgaun VDC Ward No. 6 & 7 in Surkhet District through the Mid-western regional office (MWRO) based in Nepalganj.
    PDF icon Halde Kharka Report Jan 2014.pdf
  • Annual Report FY 2013-14
    PDF icon Annual_Report_2013_14.pdf
  • Rainwater Harvesting Technology through NEWAH’s Diaries
    This document takes the reader through a background of the initiation of rain water system in Nepal and its' introduction in Nepal Water for Health (NEWAH) projects. It also talks about the advantages of the system in relation to the social, geographic as well as economic condition of the people residing in rural parts of Nepal.
    PDF icon Rainwater Harvesting NEWAH document for website.pdf
  • Multiple Use of Water Services Booklet (Nepali)
    Multiple Use of Water Services (MUS) is an approach towards water service provision that takes multiple water needs as a starting point for providing integrated services, moving beyond conventional sector barriers of domestic and productive sectors (Van Koppen et al., 2006). At the project level, NEWAH supports separate collection of waste water from water points as well as surface water drainage in collection ponds. This water can be reused where appropriate, for example in kitchen gardens. This booklet gives information on MUS in the Nepali context.
    PDF icon MUS Booklet.pdf
  • Annual Report FY 2012-13
    PDF icon Annual Report 2012-13.pdf