Namaste Children’s House Isle of Man
It was established in 2005 to provide funds for Namaste Children’s House (NCH) in Pokhara. The aims and objectives
  • to bring people from around the world closer and to give them a better understanding of the different cultures, religions, and problems we all face
  • to work collectively towards restoring peace, prosperity and happiness to all human beings
  • to effect economic changes by means of raising qualified and well-informed men and women


  Nepal Eye Programme, Tilganga
It was opened in 1994 with an aim to act as a model for treatment research and training, independent of, but in co operation with all other eye care centers and organizations in Nepal.


  Nepal Leprosy Trust (NLT)
It was established in 1972 to serve the neediest people of Nepal. NLT is committed to the active collaboration of people affected by leprosy in all its programmes. Its policy is also to provide on-going training to its Nepali staff, a significant proportion of whom are drawn from families affected by leprosy. The three projects are running
  • Himalayan Handicrafts is a sheltered workshop staffed partly by people affected by leprosy and other disabilities, and also people who have been marginalized by poverty, and other causes
  • Lydia Children’s Fund sponsors children from very poor backgrounds to enable them to go to school.
  • Capacity Building is a programme supported by a donor who wishes to see poverty overcome and independence developed amongst people who have been seriously affected by leprosy or other marginalization.


  Nepal Youth Opportunity Foundation
It was founded in 1990 to offer hope and opportunity to Nepal’s most impoverished children by providing them what is every child’s birthright: vital healthcare, education and a safe environment. The goals are
  • Increase access to education for children in Nepal
  • Improve the quality of education available in the country
  • Improve the health of children throughout Nepal
  • Empower Nepali youth to achieve their potential
  • Enable girls in Nepal to receive equal treatment and education


  Netherlands Leprosy Relief (NLR)
It was founded in 1967 and is committed to creating a world free of the suffering caused by leprosy. Its mission is leprosy will have been brought under control everywhere in the world by 2030. In Nepal, its office was established in 2006 and run field projects, one in Eastern Region and other in Kailali, Dhangadhi of Far Western Region. These directly cover 25 of Nepal's 75 districts.


  Next Generation Nepal
Next Generation Nepal preserves family unity and strengthens communities by reconnecting trafficked children with their parents and culture in post-conflict Nepal by:
  • Searching remote regions to find families of children who were taken by child traffickers with false promises of safety and education.
  • Reconnecting these children with their families by facilitating regular communications and visits.
  • Caring for children in transitional homes that offer safety and security during the reconnection process.
  • Strengthening local communities to support the safe reunification of children with their families whenever possible, in partnership with local and international organizations.


  Nyaya Health
It is a for-purpose organization that exists to realize the right to health by delivering transparent, data-driven health care for Nepal’s rural poor.