Nepal Participatory Action Network (NEPAN) has successfully completed three days ‘Result Based Success Story Writing Training’ which was held on SAP Falcha, Babarmahal from 18 to 20 December 2019.The inaugural session of the training was hosted by Ms. Usha Aryal Dahal (Executive Director) where she highlighted about the NEPAN and the training. Similarly, Mr. Jhabindra Bhandari (Chairperson) gave welcome speech where he highlighted about the NEPAN, welcomed participants, thanked NEPAN Secretariat and two key facilitator Mr. Toya Nath Gautam and Binod Timilsena. And, wishing best to all Mr. Bhandari ended his opening remarks.

From SAPPROS Nepal, Mountain Spirit and Himalayan Trust, altogether there were six (2 Female and 4 Male) participants in the training. And, the logistics of the training were managed by Mr. Aashish Pathak (Program and Information Officer of NEPAN).

The training was mainly focused on the importance of writing skill and documentation, basics of case study and case story, its types and importance, major elements, approach, structure, appropriate language and photos, case let and its uses, tips for information gathering and interviews.

In the training, a task to write case story and case let were given to the participants and feedback were given by the facilitator along with participants which helped participants to know area of improvements in their writings. After the completion of training, all participants have committed to write case story and most of them have committed to write at least one case story in a month.

At the end of the training, participants told that they met their expectations from the training and have felt enriched with knowledge, skills and techniques of writing result based success story. Likewise, they also told that three days have become the rewarding days in case story writing experiences.

Mr. Bhandari, Chairperson of NEPAN distributed certificates to all participants and gave closing remarks by thanking all the participants, facilitators, NEPAN secretariat and to those who have directly and indirectly contributed to make this training possible.