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 our inspiring stories of change.

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  • 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 out more on our dedicated Coronavirus......

  • As part of their response to the coronavirus crisis, INF Nepal has provided 140 food packages for people affected by Covid-19 at the request of two rural municipalities (RMs) in......

  • Since its opening in June 2018, INF’s Fistula Centre in Surkhet has helped many women in desperate need of life-changing surgery to restore their dignity and hope. An obstetric fistula......

  • This is a statement issued by INF/UK on Wednesday 12th May 2020, about the coronavirus pandemic in Nepal and how we and our Nepali partners are seeking to respond. Please......

  • 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......

  • On 31st March 2019, people living in the Bara and Parsa districts were hit by heavy winds as Nepal recorded its first ever tornado. Nearly 2,500 houses were destroyed or......

  • Tika was married at the age of 15 and had her first child aged 16. She has had three more children since then and life is hard – her husband......

  • 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......

  • 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 ...

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