Committed to redefining the development sector, Sano Paila inspires disenfranchised communities in Nepal and works with them through education, youth volunteerism, and grassroots organizing to solve challenges with homegrown local solutions that ensure a degree of sustainability built into the projects.
Fida is a Finnish missions and development organization, currently working in almost 50 countries. Our aim is to bring hope and a future to the poorest of the poor. In particular, we are working to improve the rights of vulnerable children.
Our projects impact the lives of over three million people each year.
The Group of Helping Hands (SAHAS) – Nepal, established in 1996, is a non-profit making and non-governmental social development organization registered with the District Administration Office, Lalitpur, Nepal and associated with the Social Welfare Council of the Government of Nepal. The organization was founded by a group of professional development workers, who for many years were engaged in the United Mission to Nepal (UMN) supported Okhaldhunga Rural Development Programme. Presently, it is one of the fast-growing non-government organizations in Nepal in terms of program diversification, geographic area coverage, and organizational growth.
Voice of Children (VOC) is a non-government organization working and advocating for street and sexually abused children of Nepal. It is established in 2000 A.D. with a motive to work for children living/working in the street and sexually abused children. VOC aims to prevent further increase in the number of street children by working with vulnerable families living in urban areas; slums and low-rent areas to empower them and spread awareness as many children come to the street from such families. As VOC believes that family is most important for children, it emphasizes on social reintegration of the children living/working in the street by improving their life skills & capacity for sustainability. It also focuses to protect children from any form of sexual abuse by raising awareness on child sexual abuse and offering legal, social and psychological support to sexually abused children & their families.
Queer Youth Group is a loose affiliation of young activists (16-30) who identify in identities of Queer, MOGAI or any cultural terms that are non-cis-hetero. Queer Youth Group works for the rights of Queer/MOGAI people.
We are a non-registered group of people working in alternative ways.