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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...

With Nepal still reeling from the devastation caused by Covid, floods and landslides are now destroying homes, communities and livelihoods in many districts. The trauma many families are having to endure...

As Nepal went into lockdown once again when the second wave of Covid-19 engulfed the nation, Bina* faced her worst fears - struggling to provide for her disabled son. For a...

As the coronavirus pandemic has swept the globe nowhere has been immune to pain and suffering. Nepal was hit by a first wave during 2020, including a four-month nationwide lockdown. A...

This year sees the launch of our first partnership with a project specifically designed to address the impacts of climate change on the most disadvantaged people in Nepal. Taken from the...

Ninety self-help groups have been established by INF Nepal’s Inclusive Development, Empowerment and Livelihood (IDEAL) project in Bajura, to enable cohesive, community-led action which is sustainable for the future. To improve...

To mark the WHO’s World Hearing Day 2021, here is an extract from our latest Today in Nepal magazine, where ear surgeon Mike Smith gave an update on what the...

During the Covid-19 pandemic, a call from the telehealth service run by Green Pastures Hospital to check up on former patients identified that Durga was suffering at home with a...

Shasha, aged 3 from Gorkha district, cut her legs while playing. Her parents tried to help heal her wounds with local herbs but she then developed blisters all over her...

Healthcare is one of the main sectors that has had to make significant changes since the coronavirus pandemic first reached Nepal in March. Our partners in Nepal have made many adaptations...

For disabled people in Nepal today, rejection and exclusion can be an everyday reality. They live with discrimination, lack of opportunity and are often viewed as being cursed. This results in drastically...

Arjun and his family were some of the 3,000 people living in Nawalparasi who received food packages from Asal Chhimikee Nepal (ACN) following the initial Covid-19 lockdown. Arjun’s income as a...

Nepal’s 2020 monsoon season has brought floods and landslides to several districts. As well as causing loss of life, these natural disasters have also damaged homes and severely impacted the...

Bauddha lives in the Morang district of eastern Nepal and was referred to INF Nepal’s Green Pastures Hospital in Pokhara after a fall which damaged his neck and spine. Paralysed from...

Khagisara lost her parents when she was just two. Brought up by her siblings in a remote village in Dailekh district, she was forced to marry aged 13. Her husband...

Thanks to the initial response to our Coronavirus Appeal we’ve already been able to support various programmes which are helping the most disadvantaged people in Nepal through these difficult times. This...

In these most turbulent of times, this page will include updates about the INF family's response to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic in Nepal. Find out more on our dedicated Coronavirus webpage...

Since its opening in June 2018, INF’s Fistula Centre in Surkhet has helped many women in desperate need of life-changing surgery to restore their dignity and hope. An obstetric fistula is...

This is a statement issued by INF/UK on Wednesday 12th May 2020, about the coronavirus pandemic in Nepal and how we and our Nepali partners are seeking to respond. Please consider...

A new community resilience and development project is INF’s first venture into Kalikot, one of Nepal’s poorest districts, situated in mid-western Nepal. Over the next two years this project hopes to...

On 31st March 2019, people living in the Bara and Parsa districts were hit by heavy winds as Nepal recorded its first ever tornado. Nearly 2,500 houses were destroyed or damaged,...

Without a quality education, it becomes even harder for Nepali children to break free from the cycle of poverty. However, it can be really difficult to get an education in Nepal...

Having helped support communities emotionally, practically and financially in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal on 25th April 2015, we’ve also been supporting our partners such as...

Having injured his spine while working in India, Bhakta returned to Nepal after a brief stay in hospital, with no rehabilitation, support or advice. He recalls those early days as worse...