Develop a database and train CDO field workers and the management team to use it. CDO Nepal activities regroup a large number of projects in different locality including health check-up programs that require a very close follow-up of its beneficiaries, health education programs, health training programs, eyes check-up and schools health programs in remote villages, brick and carpet factories. The field team of CDO Nepal is currently using paper-based records. Activities in brick and carpet factories are daily and programs in remote villages are going on twice a month. Regarding the daily collection of data in brick and carpet factories, for instance, there are daily health check-up. The field workers based their records on the prescription of medicines that they provide to their beneficiaries. With the prescriptions they afterwards fill in a daily patient register. For the patient entry register, the data are name, sex, age, address, sickness, prescription given. From this register the field workers have afterwards to enter data in a register regarding the program. At the end of each month, based on the daily information filled in the program register, they write a monthly report. The annually report are based on these monthly reports from the register. For each program they are following this process. That is mean they are using lots of different registers for the different programs which make difficult to combine all the information for monthly and annually general reporting and compare the data months after months or years after years. In some villages they also have different programs and activities filled in different registers. It therefore takes lots of time to collect all the data from the different registers and make a global reporting about one village regarding different programs that happened in one village. For donors reporting or government data sharing, the director of the organisation has to leaf through the registers and enter the general data in an excel shit (statistic regarding number of patients regarding their age, sex, their health issues, their residency, etc), which can be made in an easier way if the organisation had a database. Daily, the field workers are wasting lots of time to draw chart on the registers and to calculate the total amount of beneficiaries they have checked-up. The electronic data will make CDO Nepal works much easy and will be useful to provide data to local authorities, develop futures programs and follow-up the programs and beneficiaries. Therefore CDO Nepal needs a professional trainer to help them to develop a proper electronic Data Management System by helping to develop a database to record data in a systematic electronic way, and train CDO team to use it, the managing team to use the functionalities of the database to make statistics, graph, diagram, pivot table, etc; and the field workers to enter the data and get an idea of the functions of the database. This will allow CDO Nepal to make analysis and be able to give data to both national and international level. Moreover, the future database will have to be accessible to all the team. The managing team is thinking to dedicate one computer for the data entry of the field workers in the office. This computer will be therefore accessible to all of the staff at any time. In view of data sharing and reduce the risk of losing data, the managing team is either thinking to safe the information in an external hard drive or to install the database in a drop box. The office does not have an internal red for sharing information between the computers and laptops of the office. Due to load shedding, the computers will not work when there is no electricity. This type of support is available locally but as CDO Nepal is a non profit making organization they cannot afford the support available locally.