Global Family Village
It is a community-based orphanage model which creates family-centered homes in supportive communities. It emphasizes family and community to provide a stable and lasting sense of inclusion. It provides early childhood education, mother training and dental and medical care within the community. In addition, houses are chosen so that they can accommodate community activities.
 

 

  Good Neighbors International
It started in 1991 with the sole purpose of giving disadvantaged children a glimmer of hope. It plans, implements, and raises funds for the provision of services in child education, community development, health, sanitation, and disaster relief projects. It also concentrated on projects such as orphanages, handicapped children's programs, finding homes for widows stricken with poverty, rural community development, and assisting disadvantaged families of Tuberculosis patients. In Nepal, it was established in 2002 focusing on developing child education, public health, and income generation for a number of communities including Sangla, Badikhel, Lele, Kailali and others in the Midwest. A total of 12 different projects have been implemented; each field office closely supports education and child protection programs, health care services, and vocational training classes to help residents increase their income.
 

 

  Habitat for Humanity International
It was founded in 1976 for building simple, decent, affordable housing in partnership with people in need. In Nepal, it was registered in 1997 for eliminating poverty housing and homelessness from Nepal, and to make decent shelter a matter of conscience and action.
 

 

  Handicap International Nepal Programme
It is known for its fight against anti-personnel mines and cluster munitions and helping the victims of these unexploded devices. However, its mandate has been extended over the years and today includes providing assistance through work in various fields for people in developing countries with other kinds of disability. It was founded in 1986 internationally while in Nepal, it has been working since 2000. It works to improve the living conditions and social and economic inclusion of children, men and women with disabilities in Nepal.
 

 

  Happy Home
It was established in 2005 to provide the homeless and abandoned children of Nepal with shelter, food, healthcare and education.
 

 

  HealthRight International
It is a global health and human rights organization working to build lasting access to health for excluded communities. It works closely with communities and establishes local partnerships to deliver health services. At the same time, it provides straining and equipment and improve systems to enable our partners to deliver services on their own. The goal is to create lasting change that supports access to health while strengthening human rights. It was founded in 1990. It is significantly expanded the availability and quality of maternal and newborn health services in two rural districts of Nepal. HealthRight was able to deliver essential medical equipment, train a broad array of health providers and community volunteers to provide maternal and newborn care at the home and at health facilities, and introduce new low-tech approaches to preventing some of the most life-threatening illnesses faced by pregnant women and newborns in the region.