We have come up with a project named 'Health Sanitation and Civil Awareness Program' in this time. We are able to rebuild our fresh alliance to the financing agency, the government of Nepal irrespective of striking complexities in every now and then owing to the pandemic Corona.  
The changes in the Nepalese national political scenario over the last thirty years, mainly after 1990, the formation of various national laws including several local and national acts have significantly curbed for other people.  However, the people of Lakshmipur,  Belbichhawa, currently Rajdevi Municipality Ward No. 7 of Rautahat district have not felt any change in their life patterns yet in terms of socio-economic and political growth. Without the support, encouragement, co-operation, and guidance of different individuals and anybody concerned, this program would never be accomplished. 
Most people in this area are from the grass-root level in terms of economic conditions. They still share their thoughts and ideas together; they show their hospitality to the outsiders and they exchange their innocent psychological strength. Likewise, they have acquired through the tactics of fictive relations and dual social status which have massively helped them to embolden intercultural relations and get asymmetrical exchange in bartering. The grimmest reality is that they are not much educated as they ought to have been. The information given below shall etch about their actual condition and why they deserve the assistance from the NGOs and the state government:
In this attempt, we have targeted the people of Laxmipur, Belbichawa currently Rajdevi Municipality Ward No. 7 of Rautahat District which lies in Province-2. At the time of the 1991 Nepal census, it had a population of 2209 people living in 379 individual households. Regarding the area structure, this place has all plain areas suitable for agriculture of both food crops and cash crops if the farmers are to be provided with timely irrigation facilities and agricultural loans and aids. Needless to say, this area shelters to the majority of poor, marginalized, indigenous groups of people, Dalits, and other categories of illiterate people.  At present, it consists a population of 3560 with 1896 males and 1664 females. There are 634 houses with an average household size 5.62.