Kyoto World Water Grand Prize aims to praise organization involved in grassroots activities dealing with water problems, which may serve as a model for others. The prize has been held since 2003 with the World Water Forum which is the international conference held once every three years. Upon calling for nomination, 110 organizations from 37 countries which aim at solving water-related problems at grassroots level applied for the prize.
After careful consideration, Environment and Public Health Organization (ENPHO) in Nepal was selected as a grand prize winner.
We would like to thank the seven Japanese corporations that financially supported the organization of the prize as well as the implementation of the project in Nepal.
With awarded 2,000,000 JPY, ENPHO carried out a project in Nepal from May 2015 to June 2016.
You can find detail of the project in our webpage.
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