Partner’s for Progress

Grant assistance to economically deprived households under MSFP

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Parbat / February 8: In a bid to support the livelihood of the economically deprived families, a total of Rs 10 million has been distributed in grant in Parbat district. The amount was doled out to altogether 660 households of 39 community forests in the district. It is said that Rs 15,000 was given to […]


PACT supporting to overcome poverty through vegetable farming

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Kathmandu: Nearly six million Nepali youths are abroad mostly in gulf countries in search of employment opportunities and nearly 1500 youths have been leaving the country in search of employment opportunities abroad but there are many untapped potentials in the country. Rather than going abroad for cheap labor work they can make good income at […]


Nepal: Building shelters for women

Shelter Women

Oxfam Three months since the first earthquake struck Nepal on April 25, 2015, thousands of people still live outside in temporary shelters made of tarpaulins, bamboo, and metal sheets. Living in communal shelters has been challenging especially for women, as they face risks of sexual abuse and difficulty maintaining personal hygiene. The April earthquake and […]


Children influence change

Children

World Vision International Nepal Eleven-year old Radhika looks no different from girls her age. She studies in the seventh grade in a nearby community school. She loves to chat and play with friends, study and take care of household chores like looking after her baby sister in her free time. What sets her apart from many […]


Transformed life of Rekha Kumari

life transformation

SOIR-IM Rekha Kumari is a 20 years old leprosy affected married girl. Nearly 10 years ago, she notices blisters on her left hand and left foot, and doctors of Lalgadh Leprosy Services Centre (LLSC) told her she had leprosy. By the time, she lost sensation in her hands and feet and began to develop disabilities. […]


Learning with fun

Learning fun

Aide et Action International Nepal Diwas Gayak, 8, hails from class 3 in Prithvi Higher secondary School in Amalachaur village development committee (VDC) in Baglung district from Western Nepal. Being the first generation learner from a clan of underprivileged and illiterate gandharva (wandering singers/ minstrels) he feared the teachers more than anybody else. He never […]




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