July 24, 2024



SEEM Nepal’s implementation of projects in the field is centered around a philosophy of active involvement and collaboration with the people it serves. We firmly believe in the power of education and training to empower individuals and communities, and we integrate these elements into our project approach. Through our teaching and training initiatives, we aim to equip people with the necessary knowledge and skills to actively participate in the projects that affect their lives. Furthermore, our engagement strategies go beyond mere information dissemination; we strive to create a space where individuals feel valued and heard, allowing for their meaningful participation in decision-making processes.

To ensure the effectiveness of our projects, we have developed four distinct models: Remedial, Reciprocal, Intake, and Problem Solving. These models serve as frameworks to guide our efforts in addressing challenges and finding practical and sustainable solutions.

  • The remedial model focuses on identifying and addressing existing issues, providing necessary support to overcome barriers and improve outcomes.
  • The reciprocal model emphasizes the mutual exchange of knowledge and resources, fostering a sense of shared responsibility and collaboration.
  • The intake model promotes the active involvement of stakeholders from the project’s outset, ensuring that their perspectives and needs are considered in the planning and implementation stages.
  • Problem solving model encourages a systematic approach to identify and resolve challenges, emphasizing innovation and adaptability.

At the heart of our work is the objective to foster public participation and engagement. We believe that every voice and perspective within the community holds value, and it is our responsibility to ensure that these voices are not only heard but also taken into account throughout the entire project implementation process. By embracing an inclusive approach, we aim to create an environment where diversity is celebrated, and decisions are made collectively. We recognize that true sustainable outcomes can only be achieved when the community actively participates in shaping its own future.