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Since opening last year, the new leprosy ward at Green Pastures Hospital has transformed the treatment and care of leprosy patients in western Nepal. The Eileen and Betty Centre is a...

A new facility to support the rehabilitation of leprosy patients has opened at Green Pastures Hospital, thanks to the generosity of INF/UK supporters. Adjoining the Eileen and Betty Centre, this outdoor...

Siraha district has many poverty-hit, lower-caste communities in the eastern part of the Terai plains near Nepal’s border with India. A project delivered by Group of Helping Hands (SAHAS) Nepal is...

INF will feature as the BBC Radio 4 charity appeal of the week on Sunday 18th February. Our appeal will be presented by Anne Wafula Strike (pictured above), a Paralympian and...

EKFS produced a video about the international health award won by INF Nepal and read more about award-winners Dorothy and Tham Bahadur. Dorothy Das [caption id="attachment_8748" align="alignright" width="300"] Dorothy Das (© EKFS/Simone...

INF Nepal has been awarded a prestigious international health award for its work on leprosy. The Else Kröner Fresenius Award for Development Cooperation in Medicine has been awarded to INF Nepal’s...

The damaging effects of climate change are impacting many people’s lives in Nepal. As the climate crisis intensifies, people in Nepal face the threats of increasingly severe and unpredictable weather. In...

Leprosy has been a key pillar of INF’s healthcare services in Nepal since its inception in the 1950s. INF Nepal’s Shining Hospital in Banke district is an important location for this...

The emergency response to this year's monsoon season has sprung into action, as people across the country recover from natural disasters that blighted Nepal during August. Asal Chhimekee Nepal (ACN) is helping about 3,500 people...

Last year we spoke to Nisha, from a lower caste family in the Siraha district of Nepal, before the start of a project helping teenagers transform their communities and develop...

Wheels for Nepal took place at Green Pastures Hospital earlier this month (5-9 June 2023). In total, 155 people with disabilities received wheelchairs. Thank you to all our supporters who helped...

Over 100 people with disabilities have received rehabilitation in the first six months of INF Nepal's new three year Access and Inclusion Project. This includes counselling, physiotherapy and occupational therapy,...

The district of Bajura in western Nepal has been hit by several earthquakes and aftershocks over recent months. An earthquake in early May 2023, measuring 4.3 on the Richter scale, damaged...

Wheels for Nepal is a five-day camp at Green Pastures Hospital that will provide 165 wheelchairs for people with disabilities living across western Nepal, helping them to regain their independence...

Siri Nepali is a leader of Sarankot Church, located in a hillside village around 4km outside Pokhara. The church was planted about 20 years ago by his father Pastor Dhanbir...

Hikmat, aged 24, used to work as a minibus assistant in Surkhet. Last year he was in a minibus accident and both his legs were fractured. He was immediately taken...

The new leprosy ward at Green Pastures Hospital is now open and welcoming patients, as INF continues to build on our 70-year history of serving people with leprosy. John Reynolds, CEO...

INF’s IDEAL project in rural Bajura works in communities which have very limited road, communication and health services. Dhana (aged 35) lives in a village which is two days’ walk from...

Sabina is aged 24 and lives in Bardiya district. Although she was receiving treatment for leprosy, her husband left her so she moved back to her parents’ house with her...

The impact of the 2022 monsoon season in Nepal included thousands of people who had their homes and crops damaged when the Koshi river burst its banks, affecting districts including...

Here is an update from INF Nepal about the Bajura earthquake, which affected people living in INF project areas on 24th January 2023: On Tuesday 24th January, a devastating earthquake with...

Mike Smith, an ear surgeon who has been connected to INF since the 1980s and spent 17 years in Nepal, has been awarded an OBE in the King’s New Year...

Following the Yeti Airways plane crash in Nepal yesterday (Sunday 15th January), please join us in praying for all those affected by this tragedy. A day of national mourning has...

Education is essential to give disadvantaged children in rural Nepal a brighter future. Your support can help improve access to a better quality education in Rukum East, one of Nepal's...

As INF celebrates its 70th anniversary, we want to say THANK YOU for everything you have done to contribute towards INF's seven decades of service in Nepal. On 17th November 1952,...

Today we mourn the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and pray for her family in their grief. Her life of Christian witness and steadfast faith has been an example...

The 2022 monsoon season caused widespread devastation in Nepal. More than 200 people died as a result of monsoon, most of whom perished in landslides. Thousands of families had their homes...

With the Covid-19 pandemic having caused so much disruption to children’s education in Nepal, the timing of our new partnership with Group of Helping Hand (SAHAS) Nepal has become even...

INF Nepal’s new project to run medical camps for people with disabilities in remote districts has made some important progress over recent months. The Community Medical Outreach project will impact...

Green Pastures Hospital continues to develop its services for Nepali people. Last year an Acute Trauma Care service was created to prevent disabilities with swift and effective treatment for injuries. Sushila,...

Here is an update from Krishna Adhikari, Executive Director of INF Nepal, about the current Covid situation in Nepal (on 21st January 2022). His email also covers the ways in...

Gorkila lives in a remote village in Kalikot with her husband, four children, and a brother in law. Her husband works as a daily wage labourer in the village, and...

INF/UK supporters donate about a third of the international support for patients who are unable to afford their treatment at Green Pastures Hospital (GPH). This helps patients with disabilities, including spinal...

INF Nepal’s Green Pastures Hospital (GPH) in Pokhara continues to provide high-quality treatment and rehabilitation to reduce disability caused by leprosy in western Nepal. Yamuna was diagnosed with leprosy at GPH....

Living with a disability is especially difficult for people in Nepal’s remote communities. INF Nepal’s new Community Medical Outreach project is improving the access to proper diagnosis, treatment, and referrals...

INF Nepal continues to provide opportunities for people in Bajura to help themselves out of poverty. Pansa joined one of the 90 self-help groups created by the Inclusive Development and Livelihood...

Thanks to INF/UK supporters, more women suffering from incontinence caused by an obstetric fistula (caused by complications during childbirth) are discovering life-changing treatment at INF Nepal’s Fistula Centre in Surkhet. Kumari...

In March 2021 a forest fire broke out in Rolpa district, and within a few days it destroyed 37 homes and 11 cow sheds across six rural villages. INF Nepal together...

With the risk of Covid transmission still a concern in Nepal, our partners are coming up with new ways to help protect people. In rural Nepal, many people are not wearing...

Coronavirus updates from Nepal: The second wave of Covid-19 cases in Nepal began to impact the country in April 2021, and has quickly become more widespread and severe than the...