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For disabled people in Nepal today, rejection and exclusion can be an everyday reality. They live with discrimination, lack of opportunity and are often...

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

Thanks to the initial response to our Coronavirus Appeal we’ve already been able to support various programmes which are helping the most disadvantaged...

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...

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...

Having helped support communities emotionally, practically and financially in the aftermath of the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal on 25th April 2015, we’ve...

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...

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...

Supporters’ response to floods appeal saves lives When the 2019 monsoon season arrived in mid-July, causing devastation across 28 of Nepal’s districts, our partners...

For many families in neighbouring communities it takes several hours to walk to Shreenathkot’s health post. Soon they will have properly built outposts...

Last week (19 to 25 May), as part of a series of outreach camps for women with gynaecological problems, INF ran a seven-day...

Green Pastures Hospital offers diabetes care for Nepalis Diabetes is a fairly new condition in Nepal. Many parts of western Nepal remain remote...

Training, awareness and treatment at outreach camps for leprosy Camps reach nearly 500 Nepalis at risk of leprosy From 7 to 11 April...

The Nepali Department of Hydrology and Meteorology has classed the storm, which swept across the Bara and Parsa districts on 31 March, as...

Over the next week (7 to 11 April) INF’s Shining Hospital in the Nepali district of Surkhet is hosting two outreach camps designed...

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...

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...

INF held a skin outreach camp last week (28 – 30 October) in Surkhet. Early diagnosis not only helps individuals recover fully, but...

Fistula Centre Moves from Dream to Reality. A long awaited dream has finally been realised with the official opening of the fistula centre...

The first signs The Nepali Department of Hydrology and Meteorology has classed the storm, which swept across the Bara and Parsa districts on...

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

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

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

Padam, 48 years old, had a difficult childhood. He was passionate about education but he had to drop out of primary school and...

Ganga lives with her husband, his brother and father. Life was good and the family got on well together. During her first pregnancy...