Our Objective/ Programs:

  • Working for Children
  • Working for Elderly Care
  • Working for needy and disadvantage family
  • Health For all
  • HIV/Aids
  • Environment and waste management
  • Education for all
  • Agriculture and Agro forestry
  • Women/ youth/ disadvantage family/ - empowerment
  • Community development
  • Voice against women violence
  • Many more meaningful social cause

1) Working for children

The UN's Human Development index (2011) ranks Nepal at 157 out of 177 countries and shows an under five Mortality (per 1000 live birth) is 48. According to the Central Bureau of Statistics of Nepal (2011) "Children below than 15 years old are making up 34.91% of the total population". Where as according to the UNICEF , " More than 50,000 children die annually in Nepal, with malnutrition as the underlying cause in more than 60% of those death", " Half the children in Nepal are underweight", " 31% of children age 5 to 14 are involved in some sort of child labor".

A decade of violent political instability and entrenched poverty has resulted insignificant level of child migration, illiteracy, domestic abuse and perceived attraction towards city life in search of work and better life. Later, these children find themselves living in the streets, collecting rags, polishing shoes, carpet weaving, domestic worker, pulling carts, rickshaws, bus conductor ,begging, dishwashing in motels etc attempting to earn money for living . Children are mostly highly vulnerable to exploitation for crimes and sexual abuse. Even, trafficking is done often for exchange of money. Some of these Children and their parents are being lured by the fake promises of getting them good jobs in the city and posh life but result in harsh living and avoided from education, nutrition and health care.

What we do:

  • To support children's right to formal education
  • Child sponsorship
  • Help Orphanage home
  • Providing food and nutrition for children
  • Schooling support
  • Child right protection programs
  • Creating awareness about child right
  • fight against child abuse
  • Children library and literacy classless in rural areas
  • providing free medical campaign for kids
  • provide hygiene clothes

2) Health for all

Health care services in Nepal are provided by both the public and private sector but fares poorly by international standard. Nepal combines ayurvedic, shamanic, biomedical and other health care system. According to UN's Human Development Index (2011) its shows the health index of 0.770 which is a very low human development figure compare to those developed nations. Under- five Mortality (per 1000 live birth) is 48 and the expenditure on health public (% of GDP) (%) on 2009 was 2.0 only.

on the other hand, Nepal Urban population is about 17.07% who have excess to the basic health services but rest much of the rural Nepal is located on hilly and mountainous regions, making it highly inaccessible limiting the availability of basic health care. According to 2011 census, 38.17% of the total households don't have toilets in their house and only 47.78% has Tap/pipe water as a main source of drinking water.

Rural health facilities often lack funding and skill human resources eager to provide service in those areas. In 2000, government funding for health care was approximately US$ 2.30 per person. This is very less for better health care service. Nepalese people suffering from entrenched poverty caused them less accessible to the private or government health service, balance or adequate nutrition. Leading disease and illness includes diarrhea, gastrointestinal disorder, goiter, intestinal parasites, leprosy, tuberculosis, visceral tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS etc. However, WHO, NGO and INGO have made efforts focused on immunization, birth control and basic medicine as possible. 

Women health

Women in Nepal face discrimination and marginalization in the family, society and state. The standard of women's health is very low. In rural Nepal, the Key role of women is considered to bearing children, particularly son. Reproductive and maternal health is the main concern among women. In rural Nepal, people still take Pregnancy as a natural process and as a god gift for which medical care is not required and could be cured by prayers or offerings. In fact the human Development index reports (1990) that, only 6% of birth are attended by the trained medical personnel. The 2010 maternal mortality rate per 100,000 births is 380. Their are many reason that has contributed for the poor health of women i.e. lack of effective government protocol focused on women, cultural/religious barrier, illiteracy, early marriage, lack of awareness, lack of clinic in rural areas , lack of medical technology  etc. However, the women's health issue remains inappropriately addressed.

Elderly care
Nations 8.13% of the total population are above the age of 60 Years old. This age group is being left on side and away from the basic health care service and moral support. Government only provides the aged pension of Nrs 500 i.e. US $ 6.40 a month. Senior Citizen with less or with out money has made their life more discomfort and unhealthy. And a pair of power glass is out of their reach because it cost about US $ 12.82.


The epidemic in Nepal is driven by the unprotected sex, intravenous drug user, migrants, sex workers and their clients, MSM; mother to child infection etc has been the most risk factor. The Government of Nepal's national center for AIDS and STD Control estimated that number to be closed to 70000 in 2007 December. And according to Nepal's 2007 United Nations General assembly special session (UNGASS) report, labor migrants make up 41% of total known HIV infection, followed by clients of sex worker 15.5 % and IDUs only 10.2 %. The number of children orphaned by HIV/AIDS to be more than 13,000. The National estimate of children 0 to 14 years of age infected by HIV is 2500 (2007). Those living with HIV/AIDS are believed to be much higher than the estimated.  Whatever the cause is, it is their basic human rights to get effective treatment.

What we do:

  • Focus on women related health issues i.e. General health, reproductive health etc
  • Create strength network with in women groups in regards to their health problem and right and support them with all the means available and social mobilization.
  • Provide health training i.e. first aid, how to practice safe motherhood.
  • General Health campaign to those with little or no access to basic health care service.
  • Distribution of free medicines
  • Safer sex and family planning Education
  • HIV/Aids Counseling and creating awareness
  • To establish networks with other national and international organizations working on HIV/AIDS
  • To mainstream the health issue and  needs of marginalized communities
  • Encourage Healthy Living and conduct public awareness programs on health and hygiene
  • Educate children at school on how to keep  good oral hygiene

3) Education

The literacy rate among male is 75% compared to female literacy rate of 57.4%. Out of which 39% only passed up to grade one or five. Their are many reason due to which education sector has failed to gained 100 % literacy rate i.e. Entrenched poverty as a main cause, lack of visionary leader, lack of teachers training, lack of co-ordination among the Govt. and other private agencies, Huge misuse of finance, incompetent school management, political disturbance, lack of child friendly teaching methodology, lack of female teachers, lack of teachers eager to teach at rural part of the country.
What we do:

  • Teaching English to disadvantage children or in community school/ rural school
  • Teaching Arts, music, English, sports, physical and environmental activities
  • Organizing creative and child friendly fun activities to disadvantage children
  • Providing teaching material i.e. computer, exercise book, pencil, pen, colors etc.

 4) Women/Youth/ Disadvantage family Empowerment:

We are loosing large number of labor due to political instability, less effective government protocol and the lack of skill and education. Majority from rural areas are affected by the long insurgency and are working putting their education, health, development at risk. To stop this, we provide them with both skills and knowledge to take advantage of the many opportunities available locally to them to improve their lives. And encourage them to be self-employed. Agriculture and tourism had been the major economic opportunities to some rural areas.  Provide them an education, job training, trade based skill training (sewing, carpet weaving, fabric painting etc) , cash-crop  cultivation with improved and sustainable agro practice, live stock keeping, training on  basic accounting, vocational training etc. We aim to develop a systematic approach to uplift the youth, women and disadvantage family in the community.

What we do:

  • Provide appropriate technical/vocational training and encourage them to become self-employed.
  • Bring out leadership skills
  • Teaching women about micro credit system, communication skill, source of income generating from home and Support them to obtain Microfinance
  • Provide them with trade based skill
  • Teach them improved agriculture and sustainable agro practice
  • Teaching them about the importance of tourism and hospitality industry. And provide with necessary training.

5) Community Development:

About 42 % of the populations living below poverty line often know as a cultural diverse nation.  But the discrimination bare mostly based on race, ethnicity, caste, gender etc. The Low social status of women and disadvantage family (Dalits) has no right in making community decision. Where a men from high caste make all the decision. So we aim to participate all gender, caste, religion and create awareness on importance of all in community development.

What we do:

  •   Promote sustainable development
  •   Help disadvantage community to live equal
  •   Help women to participate in community development and address their issue and help solving the problem through active community involvement.
  •   Strong female participation in all the community activities.


6) Voice against women violence:

The gender based violence in Nepal is extremely high. According to the UNICEF 2001 77 % perpetrators were in family member. Most of the time women are beaten, unwilling forced into sex, and psychological abuse in some other ways. And the victim leaves with poor health, livelihood insecurity, long-term physical and psychological trauma. There has been increase in sexually harassment, sexually assault, forced marriage, honor crimes. It doesn't have to be this way; Women violence is a serious issue and requires complete solution.

What we do:

  • Raise voice against women violence
  • Mobilize volunteer home to home to raise awareness about different kinds of violence
  • Conduct street dramas to raise awareness
  • Awareness on women trafficking
  • Provide social support and counseling to the victim of violence

7) Agriculture and Agro Forestry:

Agriculture still employs the largest share of our labor force but the agriculture industry is too large to sustain itself. However, the farmers have put on their efforts as possible but due to lack of improved technology and sustainable agro practice has put the farmers down.

What we do:

  • Teaching new technique of cash-crop cultivation/ commercial farming to farmers/ disadvantage farmers through skilled JTA i.e. Tunnel farming etc.
  • Encourage and provide training on organic farming
  • Provide training on agro forestry
  • Nursery
  • Conduct awareness program on forest protection
  • Encouraging to farm new commercial plants and herbs i.e. Aloe Vera, Stevia etc

8) Environment and waste management:

Nepal has experienced massive environmental degradation due to the continuous of deforestation, unorganized housing, industries (brick industries), poor government protocols etc has caused harm to the environment and has put the human life at risk, running down of water resources etc. 

What we do:

  • Provide waste bin/ container to the local community (city and villages)
  • Conduct awareness programs on disposable of waste
  • Creating awareness on effect of global warming to us and our future generation

9) Other meaning full social cause....


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