Education : Since its establishment, HEMS has been playing a major role in promoting youth empowerment, integrating indigenous knowledge to alleviate the living standard of Dhanusha district. HEMS is continuously working tribal development in respect of their education, poverty alleviation, gender equality, rights of girl child and inculcating the principle of equality. It assists in creating awareness about low-cost housing, better irrigation systems and in maintaining water harvesting systems.Scholarship : Time to time, HEMS has be awarding small scholarship to the needy students in order to complete primary level of education. Grant : HEMS award Bachlor and Master research grants. In 2015, HEMS offered 2 MSc grants.
• HEMS have been organizing awareness programs related to environmental health such as sanitation, toxicology, occupational diseases, epidemiology, and water and air pollution since last 13 years of its establishment. • Awareness campaigns and door to door to classes among the communities at regular intervals regarding the HIV/AIDS and maternal health is also been conducted by the teams of HEMS. • HEMS is continuously mobilizing youth for conducting health awareness program through the socio-cultural program that are being organized in major festivals every year.
• HEMS completed groundwater monitoring program for Nawalparasi. Involving youths, HEMS team is working on the developing sanitation map at VDC level using Web GIS and secondary data sets. • Have been conducting topographical surveys of land use patterns in and around Dhanusha district. • Sustainable Groundwater Contamination Mitigation through Community-led Implementation and Decentralized Local Governance Facilitation in Nepal. • Modelling water resources in the Bagmati River Basin, Nepal. • Influence of land use/land cover on groundwater quality and quantity in Lower Shiwalik range, Nepal. • Groundwater: Influence of industrialization and urbanization in Bareilly district, Uttar Pradesh, India. • Conservation Practice and Protected areas of Nepal. • Conservation of Biodiversity and status of forest vegetation and the prospect of ecotourism of Royal Chitwan National Park, Nepal.
• HEMS is continuously working among the tribal in respect of their development in education, poverty alleviation, gender equality, rights of girl child and inculcating the principle of equality. • HEMS is continuously mobilizing youth for conducting health awareness program through the socio-cultural program that are being organized in major festivals every year.