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 the Nepali people we support 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 all our partners’ 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 inspiring stories of change below. You can also jump straight to collections of stories about healthcare, leprosy, community development, disaster relief, or Covid-19.

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  • 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......

  • Last year, in my Chief Executive’s summary I wrote: “As Nepal rebuilds from the damage caused by the global pandemic, we look forward to playing our part in helping the......

  • A devastating 5.6-magnitude earthquake rocked western Nepal just before midnight on Friday 3rd November, killing over 150 people and leaving many more without homes or shelter. The epicentre was in......

  • EKFS produced a video about the international health award won by INF Nepal and read more about award-winners Dorothy and Tham Bahadur. Dorothy Das Dorothy Das is an Occupational Therapist at......

  • INF Nepal has been awarded a prestigious international health award for its work on leprosy. The Else Kröner Fresenius Award for Development Cooperation in Medicine has been awarded to INF......

  • 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....

  • Leprosy has been a key pillar of INF’s healthcare services in Nepal since its inception in the 1950s. INF Nepal’s Shining Hospital in Banke district is an important location for......

  • The emergency response to this year’s monsoon season has sprung into action, as people across the country recover from natural disasters that blighted Nepal during August. Asal Chhimekee Nepal (...

  • 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......

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