Project duration: September 1989 – March 1991.
The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) had provided technical assistance to Nepal for establishment of Community Medical Auxiliary Training Campus and six health posts for auxiliary health workers (AHW) and there by to deliver the basic health services to the rural population. Assist Canadian Corporation Office (CCO) Kathmandu in survey, design, cost estimate, preparation of tender documents, bid evaluation, construction, monitoring and supervision works of CMA Campus complex and other six health posts around Dhankuta district.
The remedial works of campus buildings, construction and improvement of drinking water system, access road upgrading (black toping and drainage) including structural design, construction of concrete bridge, river training and erosion control works were carried out.
While constructing the above building and facilities standard construction norms and criteria’s were strictly followed so that the environment of the area are maintained.Canadian Corporation Office /Nepal