Nepal NGO Society
Nepal is a landlocked country situated in the lap of the Himalayan range. Inheriting vast diversity in geography and ethnicity it is locked by China from the North and India from the East, West and South. It is the fifth-largest country among the member of the South Asia Association for Regional Co-corporation (SAARC). Nepal has been facing major problems like lack of internal financial resources, rapid and unplanned urbanization, illiteracy, poor health and sanitation facilities, shortage of clean and safe drinking water and ignorance of environmental change and global warming. In this context, smooth and effective conduction of planned activities and programs stands as a major challenge for International and National non-government organizations in Nepal.
Mount Everest, Nepal
Integrated development of social sector in Nepal.
Work for social sector development through combined effort of national and international community (stakeholders)
To focus on the social and economic problems at the grass-root level of the poor people of Nepal.
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Our Networking Organizations
Nepal Health Society is a non-governmental organization that works to improve the health and well-being of people in Nepal through various programs and services. It was established in 1991 and is affiliated with the Social Welfare Council of Nepal. Some of its main areas of work include primary healthcare, family health, prison health promotion, sports health, youth health, women’s health, mental health, drug abuse and HIV/AIDS/STI prevention and care, safe migration, suicide prevention and research, advocacy and policy reform.
Lumbini – Birthplace of Gautam Buddha, Nepal
Just Say No Nepal is a non-governmental organization that works to prevent drug, alcohol and tobacco abuse and related harms in Nepal. It was founded by Mr. Rishi Raj Ojha in 1991 and is affiliated with Just Say No International, USA and World Federation Against Drugs . It also works on other health issues such as HIV/AIDS, sanitation, poverty reduction, cyber safety and policy reform. It has a vision of helping society build a nation without drugs. It conducts various programs such as awareness campaigns, trainings, workshops, seminars and publications. It collaborates with national and international organizations and has a team of experts and volunteers.
Mount Machhapuchchhre and Phewa Lake, Pokhara Nepal
Youth Power Nepal is a non-governmental organization that works to improve the lives of prisoners and their children in Nepal. It was established in 1991 and operates at a national level. It focuses on social and economic problems at the grass root level of the poor people of Nepal. It also facilitates information exchange between local and international organizations working on drug abuse prevention, HIV/AIDS prevention, health, sanitation, environment change and global warming. It conducts various activities such as sports goods distribution, income generation program, HIV testing, youth leadership orientation program, sports and social development, etc. It has a vision of nation development through youth power.
Pashupatinath Temple, Kathmandu Nepal
The Prison Foundation Nepal is an organization that works to provide basic needs and human rights to prisoners and their children, who are one of the most vulnerable groups in Nepal. The organization also supports poor rural communities where former prisoners can find new opportunities. The Prison Foundation Nepal aims to reduce the suffering and hardship of prisoners and their children, and to help them build a better future. The organization has been operating for 22 years and has received many awards and recognition for its work1.
Central Prison, Kathmandu Nepal
Friendship Nepal (Forum for Human Rights and Public Health) is a non-profitable independent public organization that works in the area of human rights, child rights, child education, environment and margins. Friendship Nepal mainly focuses on HIV/AIDS and drug abuse issues from a rights-based perspective. Friendship Nepal was officially registered in 2006 and has a team of social workers, human rights activists, community health workers, teachers and journalists. Friendship Nepal aims to establish a healthy society through social justice, public health awareness and respect of human rights
Illam Tea Garden, Nepal