Backward Society Education (BASE)
It was established in January 1985. Its commitment is to fight against illiteracy, poverty and social and political discrimination amongst all marginalized communities. The aim is to transform the outlook of downtrodden people as well as their oppressors. The operation of NGO is in eight districts in the mid and far western regions of Nepal. The districts are Dang, Banke, Bardiya, Kailali, Kanchanpur, Salyan, Surkhet and Rukum. The main areas of work include formal and non-formal education, ensuring and sustaining rights for freed-kamaiyas, livelihood support, child labor elimination, support for sustainable democracy, human rights violation monitoring, conflict mitigation, water and sanitation, environmental sustainability, disaster preparedness and response, infrastructure support, the protection and promotion of traditional and indigenous cultures, and support for children associated with armed groups. It is also one of the largest social movements in South Asia. BASE’s membership is even further enhanced by hundreds of child clubs, women’s groups, income generation groups and other community organizations.


  Biogas Sector Partnership (BSP)
It is professional organization involved in developing and promoting appropriate rural and renewable energy technologies, particularly biogas, effective in improving livelihood of the rural people. It was established in 2003. The objectives are
  • To develop and disseminate biogas as the primary source of energy in the rural areas of Nepal.
  • To achieve main goal according to clause (Ka) and to make biogas as sustainable source of energy the following action to be taken;
    1. Exercise with wide-rang plans for institutional strengthening.
    2. Design medium scale planning to provide support to the biogas companies.
    3. Work through small scale projects to get maximum benefits from biogas.
  • Obtain permission from the concerned agencies while implementing the programme as per the national policy with co-ordination to the concerned district level offices.
  • To collect and use of the rain water.
  • To uplift the living standard of the community by implementing environmental conservation and sustainable development programme
The functions of BSP-Nepal are
  1. Construction of various sizes household, institutional, community and commercial plants
  2. Promotion and marketing
  3. Subsidy administration/channeling
  4. Credit mobilization
  5. Quality control
  6. Monitoring & evaluation
  7. Research & development
  8. Training
  9. Slurry management
  10. Institutional support/strengthening
  11. Programme management (Administration)


  Child Workers in Nepal Concerned Center (CWIN)
It was established in 1987 for the rights of the child and against child labour exploitation. The main areas of concern are child labour, street children, child marriage, bonded labour, trafficking of children, children in conflict with laws and commercial-sexual exploitation of children. As a watchdog in the field of child rights in the country, CWIN acts as a voice of children through lobbying, campaign and pressure to the government to protect and promote children's rights in the country, and to end all kinds of exploitation, abuse and discrimination against children. As a concerned organization to the children at risk, CWIN has been also undertaking a number of socialization, support and rehabilitation programme through its various programmes.


  Committee for the Promotion of Public Awareness and Development Studies (COPPADES)
It is rural based non profit, non government organization established in 1990. The vision is to promote organizational activities among women, the poorest and the discriminated groups by building up awareness among them and empowering them through economic self dependence. The various projects of the organization are
  • Resolving Savings Group/Program Against Poverty
  • Strengthening Good Governance Project
  • Social and Environmental Impact Mitigation Program
  • Basic Computer and Information and Communication Technology Project
  • Implementing Solar Power Enabled Online Education Project
  • Alternative Energy Promotion Center
  • Community Led Climate Change Adaptation Project


Didibahini has been working to improve the lives in Nepal since 1992. It has commitment on achieving gender equality through a participatory learning approach. It works with men and women to achieve a positive change in behaviour and attitudes, thus considers itself as unique. It also practices a process-orientated approach to gender education. Its participatory research method attempts to bring change through informed choices of existing problems that Nepali men and women face. The organization has formed Women Forums, Youth forums, and Research and Learning Centers. The completed projects are
  • PEACE- to identify the causes of internal and external conflict that is prevalent in the society.
  • WPED- facilitating and advocating for women's political empowerment through capacity building trainings and action researches.
  • RWSS- to improve the health situation of the people by providing quality drinking water and to reduce the work load of the community and save time from fetching water
  • WHEEL- to contribute toward increased gender equality.
  • Gender in Politics- to achieve gender equality in politics, not only in numbers but also in meaningful participation.
    1. Peace and Development- to provide scholarship to the children of conflict victims with whom it was working sometimes back.