Nepal is the poorest and most unequal country in Asia. 8 million people live below poverty line but women and girls in Nepal are often denied their basic human rights and have limited access to basic healthcare and education. Many of Nepal’s challenges were compounded by the two major earthquakes that occurred in April and May 2015.
Meet the local organisations we work with
We are working in partnership with talented local organisations to provide better opportunities for women and girls from marginalised groups in the rural areas of Western Nepal, a remote region under-served by other NGOs. Together we are doing all we can to ensure women and girls have a better quality of life and become leaders in their communities. We are also responding in the aftermath of the 2015 earthquakes through some of these local organisations as well as trusted international emergency response partners.
Working to equip marginalised women and children to access education, tackle discrimination and claim their rights. Partner since: 2003
Treveni Bikas Samaj (TBS)
Working to improve maternal and child health and promote good hygiene and sanitation in remote communities. Partner since: 2011
Educational Resource Development Centre Nepal (ERDCN)
Supporting vulnerable people through Community Learning Centres that promote community-led development. Partner since: 2006
Interdependent Society Surkhet (ISS)
Working to raise awareness around sexual and reproductive health and provide access to treatment. Partner since: 2006