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Madan Rai is establishing a powerful rural cash economy built on Nepal's resources: water, p
Rishi Kesh is combating the devastating poverty of rural areas by opening up new opportunities fo
Lucky Chhetri challenges stereotypes of poverty, ignorance, and isolation for rural women by harn
Villages in the highest altitudes of the Himalayan Mountains face isolation and economic stagnati
Shashi Kala Singh, a teacher of the blind, seeks to train disabled and blind Nepalese for employm
Badri Dahal, a determined agricultural missionary from Nepal's Shankhuwasava District, has a
Urmila Upadhyay Garg, one of Nepal's foremost artists and almost certainly it's leading
Meera Bhattarai is helping low-income women to develop high margined products to sell domesticall
Women in Nepal have been cornered in almost every field, be it economic, political or academic.
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The overall idea is to contribute to poverty reduction of remote Karnali regions through sustaina
A Social enterprise that promotes sustainable model to leave no child on the street.
'THE BAZAAR: market for fairtrade & organic' is balancing the impact of increasing consumeris
PA Nepal works for the welfare of prisoners, their children and families as well as poor and vuln
CWSN is a child centred grassroot NGO which aims to bring a sustainable change in the lives of th
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Dhulikhel Hospital, a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization in Nepal works in developing
Poverty means different things to different people.
Effective Vocational Training for disadvantaged youth in Nepal: Giving young people the chance to build a dignified life.
CWS supports the unique Jyoti Vocational Training Centre (JVTC) which works to give severely disa
Mentha Cultivation: A permanent solution for Crop damage by wildlife and livelihood of indigenous people
Very high levels of crop damage due to growing number of wildlife especially rhino, elephants and
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