Homes Nepal
DAO No. 1234 | Social Welfare Council Registration No. 22540
  • Distributing Temporary shelter materials for earthquake victimized school to construct class rooms at Gorkha
  • Distributing Shelter material to Batuki Lower Secondary School, Gorkha to construct temporary class rooms
  • Conducting free health camp with free medicine at Ghorsang,Nuwakot
  • During assisment of Gap Identification and Health Insurance project at Dhanusha’s PHCs
  • Volunteers at Bishnumati River cleaning Campaign Kathmandu
  • Polluters Pay Principle Discussion program at Chamati, Kathmandu
  • Boating organized by HOMES-Nepal after cleaning Campaign
  • Distributing Scholarship Materials to Earthquake Victimized Students of Sindhupalchowk 2017
  • Mr. Kedar Bahadur Adhikari the secretary of Nepal Government inaugurated Aids Healthcare Foundation (AHF) program in Bhakatpur
  • HOMES-Nepal built Bamboo Shelter House for Earthquake Victimized people of Lisankhu VDC, Nargaun (Sindhupalchowk)
  • HOMES-Nepal supported Students at Bal Sarathi Academy, Kathmandu
  • HOMES-Nepal supported students at Shree Jan Sahyog Secondary School Lisankhu-5, Nargaun, Sindhupalchowk 2017
  • Aids Healthcare Foundation (AHF) Program 2018
  • Education Scholarship
  • Health Camp 2018
  • Welcome in Sindhupalchowk and Musahar Basti

OUR PLANNING FOR CONSTRUCT SCHOOL BUILDING IN GORKHA

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PROJECT

Traditionally, Nepal is a multi-ethnic, multicultural, multi-religious, and multi-linguistic country. People of different races, castes, and ethnic communities live in Nepal; they speak their own mother tongue and have different cultures and lifestyle. So the culture differs from one caste to another. Due to the diversities a lot of social problems and evils are deep rooted in Nepal hindering the real development of the country. Among many social problems, social inequality (so called high caste and low caste system) is most significant. The difference between high caste and low caste and rich and poor is very big and exists in almost all parts of the country. The so-called high caste people look down upon low caste people, creating the social segregation known as untouchability, leading to occupational difficulties and limited opportunity. So called low caste people have been badly exploited by the higher caste people and are prohibited from using public facilities like water taps, wells, temples etc.

Shree Batuki lower secondary school is situated in that part where the majority of people are from lower castes. People are deprived of the facilities provided by the government. Though having sloping hills and less fertile land, the majority people are engaged in agriculture because of lack of other employment opportunities. This is made even more difficult by the fact that every year flooding erodes the top soil, reducing the fertility of soil and ultimately reducing the productivity. Moreover, because of the trend of youth migration to the city and overseas, there are no young people to work in the field. People are faced with famine almost six months every year. People are still following the traditional system of farming, and engaged in low paying jobs like tailoring, iron works, etc. They can hardly manage to provide their morning to evening meal. People are typically illiterate. They predominantly believe in Hinduism, following superstition and a traditional set of beliefs.

PROJECT PLANING AND STRATEGIES

The proposed project by a series of discussion with the local communities, review of baseline data, and finally HOMES-Nepal decided to planning for total 10 class rooms and the class room size = 39’10” x 21’, Students number per class = 42, 1 teachers room, 1 head teacher office and 1 store room on the total Plinth Area = 10907 sq.ft. Beside that HOMES-Nepal also focuse on the sanitation of school , so that we are planning for 2/2 Urinal room for Boys and Girl and 2/2 toilets for both boys and girls. 2/2 toilets added for teachers for ladies and gents also.HOMES-Nepal have decide to finalize the project within 6 months for using qualified human resource.

BUDGET

HOMES-Nepal adopt the policy of corporate good governance throughout the implementation process of this project. This will ensure accountability and transparency in the management of resources for finalize the project in the duration of 6 months.

FOUNDATION (A)

S.N. DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY RATE AMOUNT REMARK
1. A. Material          
i. Stone Cu.m. 80.5 1200 9,66,000  
ii. Cement Bag 119 750 89,250  
iii. Sand Cu.m. 23.95 1800 43,110  
2. Labour          
i.Skilled Nos 91 1200 1,09,200  
ii. Unskilled Nos 140 700 98,000  
  Total Amount = Rs.13,05,560

Superstructure Masonry Work (B)

S.N. DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY RATE AMOUNT REMARK
1. A. Material          
i. Stone Cu.m. 465.75 1200 5,58,900  
ii. Cement Bag 240 750 1,80,000  
iii. Sand Cu.m. 46.94 1800 84,492  
2. Labour          
i.Skilled Nos 931 1200 11,17,200  
ii. Unskilled Nos 1304 700 9,12,800  
  Total Amount = Rs.28,53,392

PCC Work (C)

S.N. DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY RATE AMOUNT REMARK
1. A. Material          
i. Aggregate Cu.m. 67 2100 1,40,700  
ii. Cement Bag 501 750 3,75,750  
iii. Sand Cu.m. 33.5 1800 60,300  
2. Labour          
i.Skilled Nos 101 1200 1,21,200  
ii. Unskilled Nos 404 700 2,82,800  
  Total Amount = Rs.9,80,750

Openings (D)

S.N. DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY RATE AMOUNT REMARK
1. i. Door Nos 13 20,000 2,60,000 4'x7'
ii. Window Nos 47 10,000 4,70,000 6'x5'
iii. Ventilation Nos 20 2,000 40,000 2'x6'
  Total Amount = Rs.7,70,000

Roof (E)

S.N. DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY RATE AMOUNT REMARK
1. A. Material          
i. G.I. Sheet bundle 52 7000 3,64,000 size of G.I. sheet is 8 feet and 26 guage
ii. wood for ceiling strip 290 1000 2,90,000 size of each streep is 20ft.
  Total Amount = Rs.6,54,000

Furnishing (F)

S.N. DESCRIPTION UNIT QUANTITY RATE AMOUNT REMARK
1. Wall Plaster          
i. Cement Bag 325 750 2,43,750  
ii. Sand Cu.m 130 1800 2,34,000  
2. Wall Painting LS     8,50,000 including labour cost
  Total Amount = Rs.13,27,750

Water and Sanitation (G)

S.N. DESCRIPTION QUANTITY RATE AMOUNT REMARK
1. Toilets 8 LS 5,00,000 Including safty tank
2. Urinal toilets 2 LS 2,50,000  
3. Cemented Water Tank 1 LS 2,00,000 size of water tank is 10x12
  Total Amount = Rs.9,50,000

Resource and other Expenditure (H)

S.N. DESCRIPTION DURATION QUANTITY RATE AMOUNT REMARK
1. Project Manager 6 months 1 40,000 2,40,000 per month
2. Project Supervisor 6 months 2 25,000 3,00,000 per month
3. Transportation 6 months 130 10,000 13,00,000 mini truck
4. Communication 6 months LS   50,000  
5. Logistic and traveling 6 months LS   4,00,000 till finish the project
6. Report writing   LS   30,000  
  Total Amount = Rs.23,20,000

The detail of Total budget from (A) to (H)

Foundation (A) Total Amount = Rs.13,05,560
Superstructure Masonry Work (B) Total Amount = Rs.28,53,392
PCC Work (C) Total Amount = Rs.9,80,750
Openings (D) Total Amount = Rs.7,70,000
Roof (E) Total Amount = Rs.6,54,000
Furnishing (F) Total Amount = Rs.13,27,750
Water and Sanitation (G) Total Amount = Rs.9,50,000
Human Resource and other Expenditure (H) Total Amount = Rs.23,20,000
The sum of Total from (A) to (H) Total Amount = Rs.1,11,61,452 (In USD, $1,06,249)