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...

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...

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...

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,...

A new project by ACN is helping to improve the employment opportunities for young people living in the districts of Kaski, Parbat and Nawalparasi. Providing training for 155 people in plumbing,...

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...

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...

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,...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Self-help groups change lives in Bajura Deep-rooted traditions and cultural beliefs around caste, gender and disability can exacerbate the challenges faced by many Nepalis in...

Christmas appeal to help mothers and babies. We’ve launched our Christmas 2019 appeal to help mums-to-be and their babies in some of Nepal’s most underdeveloped communities. Although Nepal as a...

When disaster strikes, the Government of Nepal supports communities in their struggle to survive and rebuild their lives. But some people are at risk of being excluded simply by their...

The GRACE team (Gorkha Rehabilitation and Community Empowerment) works in partnership with government institutions and local disability groups...

Dr Dipak is Green Pastures Hospital's Director and leading orthopaedic surgeon. Dipak joined Green Pastures in September 2015. He feels a strong calling to lead the medical work at...

The majority of Bajura’s Self Help Groups are now running independently, or are in the process of forming co-operatives which will take over the responsibilities...

Our 10-day camp for people with cerebral palsy is currently taking place at INF’s Green Pastures Hospital in Pokhara. For the first time ever, thanks to support from...

Fistula Centre Moves from Dream to Reality. A long awaited dream has finally been realised with the official opening of the fistula centre in Surkhet, mid west Nepal, over the...

The practice of banishing menstruating women to a cowshed or small mud hut. Imagine, once a month, being turned out of the family home and sent to live in a...

Palliative Care in Nepal changes lives Bilhana is 70 years old and came to Green Pastures last year. She had suffered from cancer on her gallbladder for the last seven...

INF recently conducted Search and Rescue training alongside Red Cross first aid training for young people. Accidents and serious injuries are common in Kushma Gurung’s village in...

Aiti said goodbye to her large family of fourteen siblings at age twenty when she left home with a man she fell in love with. In Nepal she was effectively...

Padam, 48 years old, had a difficult childhood. He was passionate about education but he had to drop out of primary school and take up responsibility for his siblings because...