Stories of Change

“It is not about how much you do, but how much love you put into what you do that counts.”

Mother Teresa

Many of our clients have lived with stigma, or have been excluded from their community because of their low caste background, or a disease, for many years. At the heart of INF’s work is treating people with love and compassion, making sure that they know they matter and receive support that is tailored to their individual needs.

We are committed to help the most vulnerable and marginalised people; to end their suffering and bring new hope. Read below our inspiring stories of change.

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  • Supporters’ response to floods appeal saves lives Since the monsoon season arrived in mid-July, causing devastation across 28 of Nepal’s districts, our partners in Nepal have been working tirelessly t...

  • 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...

  • “What is life?” I always wondered. I used to think life is a difficult journey, it has given me always new and difficult challenges which I had to face by myself...

  • Green Pastures Hospital offers diabetes care for Nepalis Diabetes is a fairly new condition in Nepal. Many parts of western Nepal remain remote and sparsely populated. But the...

  • Training, awareness and treatment at outreach camps for leprosy Camps reach nearly 500 Nepalis at risk of leprosy From 7 to 11 April 2019 nearly 500 men, women and children...

  • Aid reaches victims of storms Disaster relief after storms in Nepal Aid is now reaching hundreds of families who lost their homes in the recent tornado.The storm struck villages in...

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

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