` Health/Sports/Wellbeing – Hiteri
With the rise in the COVID19 cases, and more low economy families getting isolated at homes, the demand for oxygen ventilators have increased drastically in Janakpur. The Cloth bank is going to establish oxygen plant to decrease the number of deathsdue to lack of oxygen. Not only that, we are also planning to buy PCR test machine to set up a testing centre where people can test their covid-19 infection free of cost. The Cloth bank will establish separate ICU that helps people to get ICU in any emergency case.
  • 0.67% Funded
  • Rs.13,300.00 Pledged
  • Campaign has ended
हाल विश्वभरी फैलिरहेका नयाँ कोरोना भाइरसको संक्रमणलाई विश्वव्यापी महामारीको रुपमा घोषणा गरिसकिएको छ । यसै क्रममा नेपालले पनि "लकडाउन" घोषणा गरेपछी दैनिक ज्यालामा जिविका चलाउने कामदारहरुलाई निकै कठिन अवास्था आइपरेको हामीले देखेका छौँ। आउनुहोस् सबै मिलेर ज्यालागदारी कामदार दाजुभाइ तथा दिदीबहिनीहरुलाई यस्तो बेला सहयोग गरौँ।
  • 458.91% Funded
  • Rs.1,376,723.23 Pledged
  • 68 Days Left
With the onset of the spread of the deadly Covid-19 virus and a couple cases already identified in the nation, it is essential to note that the health workers are working tirelessly to provide the best to the public and are constantly putting themselves at risk. At this time, we have made a small effort to raise some fund for the protective gear for the doctors and nurses to remain safe from contamination. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is an emergency gear needs for volunteers, doctors or any health worker in response to the control and management of Corona virus/ Covid19. Breakdown: Cost:- 1 set Personal Protection Equipment per doctor/ nurse Cost for 1 set PPE= Rs. 4000+ VAT Requirements= 100 ( 7 provinces) X Rs 4000 Total Funds Required = Rs 4,00,000
  • 0.25% Funded
  • Rs.1,000.00 Pledged
  • 68 Days Left
यो जाडो महिना, आउनुहोस हामी सबै मिलेर सिरक तथा ब्लाङ्केट अनुदान गरौँ, निराश्रित र अभावमा रहेका बालबालिका, ज्येष्ठ नागरिक र परिवारलाई न्यानो बस्न सहयोग गरौँ। From the Terai to the mountains, this winter has been harsh to those who cannot buy warm clothes or blankets. One donation that you make will not only keep a person warm but can actually save lives.
  • 53.87% Funded
  • Rs.53,866.00 Pledged
  • 68 Days Left
Dirghajeevi Voluntary Group was established in 2063 B.S. with the vision of children fighting with cancer living a joyful, longer life. Their mission is to develop a self-awareness among children fighting with cancer and their families and society on Cancer and its relation with quality of life.
  • 7.50% Funded
  • Rs.7,500.00 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
The Collaborative Schools Network (CSN) is an organization that adopts and manages struggling public schools in Nepal and transforms the quality of education they provide. They sign the contract with the local government which allows them to manage the schools in the particular municipality. CSN adopted its first school in 2015, and currently manages three schools in Kathmandu: Shree Jana Uddhar Secondary School, Budhanilkantha Shree Bhanodaya Basic School, Siddhipur andShree Madan Ashrit Adarsha Basic School, Tokha
  • 0.70% Funded
  • Rs.701.00 Pledged
  • 67 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
“Since their establishment, SETU Nepal has been working as a bridge to fill up the gap between the isolated group of women and children and the society, with care, support, education and capacity building” - Aarati House, a transit home. A shelter with 14 beds capacity is providing treatment for children and women with HIV along with necessary support for rehabilitation
  • 20.90% Funded
  • Rs.20,900.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
Childreach Nepal, established in 2010, is a non-profit making, non-governmental organization, whose primary category of work is ‘Education, Child Protection and Sports for Development (ECD)’. They are currently focusing on training 15 ECD teachers and classroom setup benefitting more than 100 Children.
  • 9.35% Funded
  • Rs.14,030.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
Self-help Group for Cerebral Palsy(SGCP) is a non-profit making, non-governmental organization that was established in 1986 and was registered in the District Administration Office and affiliated with the Social Welfare Council in 1994. Their main focus is children and adults with cerebral palsy and neurological disorders.
  • 7.11% Funded
  • Rs.7,111.00 Pledged
  • 67 Days Left
Special School for Disabled and Rehabilitation Center (SSDRC) is a non-governmental and non-profit making organization, registered for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), that was established in 2010 to provide special education, therapeutic and related services for such children from deprived families of Nepal.
  • 27.10% Funded
  • Rs.27,101.00 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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