Coronavirus in Nepal

Coronavirus is hitting Nepal hard

Although the rise in numbers of recorded cases is now slowing, the wider impacts of the pandemic are starting to unfold.

A perfect storm is brewing. The real danger in Nepal may not be coronavirus itself, but the economic time-bomb that will force many more people into poverty.

Thank you to those who have already given to our Coronavirus Appeal.

Our partners are already responding to the most urgent needs – click here to read what they are doing. Some of this involves helping at quarantine centres, and you can also read Brij Mohan’s experience of staying in one of these centres.

We are getting regular updates about the situation in Nepal, including how our partners are identifying and responding to specific needs across the country – read the latest update here.

Woman getting food package from ACN in Nepal

Walk with the poorest in Nepal through this crisis

Your support can provide urgent help for the mass return of unemployed migrant workers and the communities they’re coming home to.

£39 could get vital hygiene items to protect 20 people in quarantine centres, including soap, mosquito nets, face masks and toiletries.

Please support the people of Nepal through the impacts of coronavirus.

Praying for Nepal

There are various resources to help you pray for the people of Nepal through the coronavirus pandemic:

Sign up to our monthly Prayer Notes (by email or post).
Please contact us to sign up.

UK-based online prayer meetings (using Zoom), hosted by John Reynolds.
Next meeting: 12 noon on Thursday 13th Augustregister online here (it’s free and you don’t need to create a Zoom account)

International online prayer meetings (also using Zoom) with input from the global INF family, hosted by Ben Thurley (INF Australia).
Next meeting: TBC

Our statement for supporters

We have published a statement covering the outlook for Nepal, and how we see the role of INF/UK and our partners. It also covers the important role you can play by giving and praying.