` Community Development – Hiteri
Nepalese Association for the Physically Disable (NAPD) aims to advocate for the rights of the people with various physical challenges.NAPD- Nepal empowers all types of people with physical disabilities and protects their rights. NAPD-Nepal focuses especially on accessibility, capacity building, awareness, lobbying and advocacy. It also works in the sectors such as gender and social inclusion, democracy and human rights, good governance and accountability, livelihood and poverty reduction, employment and health facilities, CBR (Community Based Rehabilitation) and inclusive education, etc.
  • 3.00% Funded
  • Rs.3,000.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
With the mission to improve education, health, disaster relief and eLibrary sectors in mainly disadvantaged, marginalized community of eastern, western and far western districts of Nepal, Help Nepal Network (HENN) believes in contributing to these projects as a community. With a running global crowdfunding, HENN hopes to find help from the Nepalese supporters in Nepal. For what purpose/ project will the funds raised in Hiteri  be utilised? • To construct the school building in Dolakha district. • To shift children of the school from temporary shelters to permanent classrooms • To give quality education
  • 0.60% Funded
  • Rs.3,010.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
There are many brick kilns in the rural areas of Kathmandu valley where most of the workers are people with children who are pulled into labour works at a young age. This is one of the cases. This is Karan Lama who lives in a make-shift brick structure near a brick kiln in Siddhipur, Lalitpur. His parents are brick makers who Karan helps with work during his free time. With his younger brother, he attends Bhanodaya Government school not far from his "home".
  • 6.76% Funded
  • Rs.20,280.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
साना साना थोपा मिली सागर बनेझैँ तपाईको सानो देनले धेरै सहयोग पुग्नेछ। With the monsoon, there are thousands displaced, injured or in loss of their families due to the uncontrollable floods, landslides and damage to the residential areas. A lot of these people are in need of clothes, hygiene kits, food and safe water. Please support the campaign towards providing relief to these areas through our trusted and verified organisations. Let's get together to support the fellow citizens!
  • 14.00% Funded
  • Rs.14,000.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
Health Transformed by Art (HTA) is a community art project initiated by Siddhartha Art Gallery. The project aims to bring out the untapped therapeutic value of visual art in a hospital setting and provide psychological relief to patients, parents, hospital staff, and the general public.
  • 0.00% Funded
  • Rs.0.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
Let's gather up once again to support our fellow citizens in Bara. Struck with the storm, thousands are in peril with hunger, homelessness and even death of their beloved ones. A small support can add to the aid of many.
  • 43.26% Funded
  • Rs.129,780.00 Pledged
  • 68 Days Left
Astitwa Nepal, ever since its establishment in 2018, is trying to become the voice of the unheard, the platform for those who felt to have lost their identity - it has been working for the survivors of burnt violence, empowering socially excluded women due to burn (acid burn and/or burn though other sources). Their vision is to provide support for burn survivors and to advocate in ending burn violence. And their mission is to act as a catalyst to end burn violence.
  • 31.82% Funded
  • Rs.31,815.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
Naya Goreto (NG) is Nepal’s first Rehabilitation Centre where people with various addictions can come, stay and leave on their own free will as a part of their recovery. Established in 2003 A.D. Naya Goreto envisions a country without social stigma, discrimination and injustice wherein vulnerable groups can enjoy the right to a life with dignity.
  • 7.71% Funded
  • Rs.7,710.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
Voice of Children (VOC), established in 2000 A.D., has been working for the protection of sexually abused, street children. Its emphasis is family & community reintegration of the children, after rescue and socialization, by strengthening their life skills and capacity for sustainable reintegration. They work with marginalized families, help build up their capacity to protect the separation of children. VOC also raises awareness on child protection and offers legal, psychological support to affected children from exploitation and abuses.
  • 6.85% Funded
  • Rs.17,130.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
YUWA is a non-governmental, non-profitmaking organization established in 2066 B.S. with youth entrepreneurship as their primary category of work. YUWA envisions a situation whereby youth, as indispensable change agents, are valued partners in decision making at all levels. Their missions include Empowering youth to participate in local issues and sustainable and intergenerational partnership and advocating for greater youth participation at all levels.
  • 10.40% Funded
  • Rs.2,600.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
Nepal Youth Foundation (NYF) is a non-profit organization, working in Nepal since 1990. Their primary category of work falls under children and youth. Their mission is to offer hope and opportunity to the most impoverished children of Nepal by providing them vital healthcare, education and a safe environment, and by creating livelihood opportunities for the youth.
  • 0.55% Funded
  • Rs.1,100.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
The National Federation of Youth NGO Nepal (NFYN) is a national non-profit umbrella organization, registered with the District Administration Office (DAO), Lalitpur and affiliated with Social Welfare Council (SWC) in 2013 formed by a team of youth NGO activists and professionals to promote and protect youth organizations across the country. It is an autonomous and politically non-partisan organization.
  • 0.10% Funded
  • Rs.100.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
Women’s Club is a non-profit making, non-governmental, women oriented organization established in 2015 and registered in 2017, in the District Administration Office, Lalitpur and Social Welfare Council. It is an organization run by house wives who were held back in achieving their goals, due to house hold work. They do not want other women to be kept from reaching their full potential. So, they started a club where any woman is welcome to do or, atleast , try doing whatever they are good at.
  • 0.10% Funded
  • Rs.100.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left

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