The Accessibility to the school physical environment (electricity, internet, WASH facilities, and disability-friendly facilities) is poor. There is a lack of disability-friendly infrastructure, lack of drinking water purification, lack of effective use of the internet, lack of sanitation, financial, material, and geographical problems in schools. With the help of Federal and provincial governments, the municipality and school are planning to ensure disability-friendly infrastructure and arrangement of pure drinking water and proper toilet within two years.

Scoring Process:
The finding is based on the LNOB Nepal consortium’s initiative on SDG monitoring adopting Community Score Card (CSC) focusing specific indicators under SDG goals 4, 5, 10, 13, 16 and 17 considering dire needs on improving progress on these goals.  As part of the community scorecard, community people and local government authorities make efforts in identifying progress and gaps in achieving Sustainable Development Goals. In the process of CSC, separate rankings are prepared for communities, duty bearers and there was a commonly agreed score based on interface meeting between the right holders and duty bearers. The differences in rating present condition by right holders and duty bearers’ claim and future expectations on changes by both groups were later adjusted based on mutual understanding and discussion in the interface discussions. It indicates that this community-led participatory monitoring supports in providing more realistic tracking of the progress and expectations to avoid future conflict and promote collaboration and trust.

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