Light for the World
It is dedicated to ensuring the rights of persons with disabilities in developing countries, without discrimination of gender, ethnicity, social group or religion. It was formed in 1988. In Nepal, Technical & Skill Development Center for the Blind & Disabled (TSDCBD) gave vocational training to 367 young persons with various disabilities and learning difficulties. The courses were diverse: computer training, repair of mobile phones, English classes, candle-making, weaving and so on.


  Marie Stopes International
It was founded in 1976 to work on sexual and reproductive health. It mission is children by choice not chance. The services are family planning, maternal health, safe abortion and post-abortion care. In Nepal, it was started in 1994 and running 55 clinics in 42 districts. The services provided in Nepal are:
  • Full range of family planning services
  • Safe Abortion
  • Ante-natal and post-natal checkups
  • Immunization (TT, BCG, DPT, Polio and Measles)
  • General health checkups
  • Diagnosis and treatment of RTI and STI


  Medecins San Frontieres
It is an international, independent and humanitarian organization for delivering emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare. It offers assistance to people based on need, irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation.


  Medical Emergency Relief (Merlin)
It is the UK's leading international health charity, sending medical experts to the frontline of global emergencies. It was founded in 1993. Merlin currently works in 18 countries around the world, sending medical experts to the frontline and staying to build long lasting healthcare. Merlin has been working in Nepal since 2007, helping deliver health care to vulnerable groups. Merlin has reached over 88,000 people in Nepal since beginning its work in the country.


  Mercy Corps
It is a global aid agency engaged in transitional environments that have experienced some sort of shock: natural disaster, economic collapse, or conflict. It was founded on 1979. It strategy in Nepal is Help communities achieve greater prosperity and food security, decrease social marginalization, and improve environmental sustainability. Its works are
  • Agriculture & Food: Improving incomes of smallholder farmers by expanding access to financial services and supporting production of high-value crops like ginger, cardamom and potato
  • Disaster preparedness: Helping communities identify vulnerabilities and build protections against floods; working with the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology to build early warning systems and emergency coordination
  • Children & Youth: Creating school programs that educate children to protect themselves and others in emergencies
  • Women & Gender: Teaching financial literacy so women can develop and expand microenterprises


  Micronutrient Initiative (MI)
It is working for eliminating vitamin and mineral deficiencies in the world's most vulnerable populations. Since 1997, MI has provided more than 75% of the vitamin A required for supplementation programs in developing countries – more than 8 billion capsules and oral doses of vitamin A. In Nepal, MI is working in partnership with the government, UN agencies, NGOs and the private sector to achieve the following priority objectives:
  • Expand zinc supplementation (along with ORS) for treatment of childhood diarrhoea.
  • Pilot newborn vitamin A supplementation.
  • Improve and expand iron and folic acid supplementation programs for pregnant and postpartum women.
  • Expand flour fortification activity at roller and small-scale mills.


  Mission East
It is a Danish relief and development organization, which works to help the 2/3 of the world's poor, who live in Eastern Europe and Asia. Mission East works through activities ranging from disaster relief to development assistance and has a mission to help vulnerable populations and support communities' capacities to organize and assist them. In Nepal, it has been engaged in water sanitation and hygiene, food security, agricultural inputs and farming practices and community-based disaster preparedness.