Dec 2012/Jan 2013 No.113

31st January 2013

Energy Project

Dec, DORS conducted an evaluation for the 3rrd batch of 51 Fuel- efficient stoves in He’ai Village, Huodi Village and Hengshan Village of Nimei township. DORS has funded 143 fuel-efficient stoves and 598 people are benefit in total by now. All participants are satisfied with this project

Dec, DORS evaluated the 2nd batch of 21 biogas tanks built in Wanjia village, as well as to assess the people’s awareness of the biogas safety usage knowledge . Until now, DORS has assisted them to build 2 batches of 43 biogas tanks, 108 people benefitted directly.

Dec, together with Wusihe Town agricultural officer Li xinghai, project management team and project participants, DORS organised a meeting with them to review the project, and audit the fuel- efficient stove and biogas project expense. Households have saved time and reduced firewood consumption through these projects. DORS have assisted them to build 16 fuel-efficient stoves and 4 biogas pools, 90 people will benefit from it.

An evaluation was conducted in Ranmo village in Dec, 35 biogas tanks were checked, 108 people benefitted.

Dec, DORS conducted an evaluation for the built 47 biogas tanks in Hejiang Village, 221 people are benefit directly.

The way forward

The 2nd round of the energy project has been completed. With the efforts of all people from different departments, e.g. local government, project management team, participants, technicians, this project has reached to every household in the mountainous villages, which has reduced firewood consumption for households and protect our environment directly. Thanks to all these people and our donors, we will continue to work on it.

Second Round of Energy Project Review

Effects of the project: Save time and labor, Reduce energy consumption, Protect environment, Keep good health

Village

No. of fuel efficient stoves built No of Bio Gas tanks built Beneficiaries

Dawei

112

24

416

Nimei

143

 0

598

Zhaoyuan

64

 0

266

Wanping

137

3

342

Wanjia

 0

43

108

Wanli

16

4

90

Hejiang

 0

47

221

Ranmo

 0

35

128

In total

472

156

2169

Drinking water Project of Daying Village

Daying village applied for the drinking water project in Dec. DORS organised a meeting to discuss the project feasibility with township infrastructural officer, Daying Village accountant, village leader and hamlet leaders in Jan, and then to check the water source point together. The project has been approved, the water pipe line was designed along the mountain. Villagers are now digging the water channel. The whole village of 110 households participated in the project, 400 people will benefit from it.

Visit New World Paddy Cooperative of Jianyang City

We visited a new established organisation of New World Paddy Cooperative in Jianyang City in Jan.

During the trip, we talked with their staff and villagers, and then made a field visit. On this trip we learnt from their experiences on how to run a new organisation and how to work with villagers and to align villagers’ interest with projects.

Give Warmth Project

DORS received 42 down-filled coats donated by Changjiang Normal Education Foundation (CNEF). They wished to give these coat to those teachers who have been long term working with students in the cold mountainous area. On 28th Jan, our teachers came and collected these clothes. Thanks for CNEF’s concerns for mountainous education career and DORS work.

DORS News and Information

Dear friends, DORS office has moved to the 6th floor of No.268 of Fulin Avenue, Fulin Town, Hanyuan County, Ya’An City, Sichuan Province. The office is 50 meters away from the County Security Bureau office building . You are welcome to visit.

Chinese New Year is the traditional holiday for Chinese family to reunion. We wish all friends good health and happiness, and send thanks for your support for DORS work.

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