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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 - let alone...

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 INF Nepal in...

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 than he could...

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 whole has seen...

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 in Nepal worked tirelessly to help those affected. The summer’s monsoon...

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...

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

Last week (19 to 25 May), as part of a series of outreach camps for women with gynaecological problems, INF ran a seven-day camp for 256 women in the Karnali province. Thousands...