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National Training for Partner Organisations on implementing VFL 2019 held in Devghat, Tanahu

The Views from Frontline, National Training for Partner Organisation, has been conducted in Devghat, Tanahun during 12-14 March 2019. The training was organized for the four selected Partner Organizations who will be implementing VFL program in their respective areas. The training was organized to train the Partner Organizations to conduct community surveys and consultations as well as facilitate development and implementation of local plans in the communities. Altogether 30 participants, two each from 4 Partner Organizations and the local surveyors from the selected communities participated the training program. The concept of VFL 2019, its approach, tools and methods, which enumerators and community facilitators need to apply, were discussed during the training program.

NSET is serving as the National Coordinating Organization for implementing the Views from the Frontline Program (VFL 2019) in Nepal. Forum for Awareness and Youth Activity (FAYA), Fulvari Integrated Rural Development Organization (FIRDO), Friends Service Council Nepal (FSCN) and Nava Prabhat Nepal are the four POs who will be supporting NSET for the implementation of the program.

Views from the Frontline (VFL) 2019 is a forward-looking monitoring process that supports inclusive people-centered approaches to DRR. It is designed to support the local implementation of the Sendai Framework for DRR and other people-centered aspects of the sustainable development and climate change frameworks.

VFL 2019 provides a complementary bottom-up perspective on progress at the impact/outcome level to UNISDR’s top-down Sendai Monitoring Tool. VFL 2019 will establish a local baseline and local monitoring process to measure progress towards achieving an inclusive “people-centered” approach to resilience-building, as promoted within the SFDRR and associated frameworks.


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