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Disaster Management

Nepal COVID-19 Emergency Response

Supporting the Government of Nepal (GoN) to tackle second wave of COVID-19 in the country and support children, women and the most vulnerable families impacted by the coronavirus. 

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Annual Progress Report 2020

Annual Progress Report 2020

The report highlights key achievements made despite several challenges with the coordinated efforts of WVI Nepal staff and its partners across health, education, protection, agriculture and economic development, youth development, disaster risk and emergency response programmes with Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) mainstreamed.

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Disaster management

Tayar Nepal - Improved Disaster Risk Management Project

Strengthening the capacity of Nepal’s disaster risk management and preparedness institutions.

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We are responding
Disaster Management

World Vision supports the Government of Nepal in the fight against COVID-19

Amidst concerns related to the spread of COVID-19 in the country, World Vision International Nepal (WVIN) supported the Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) with 1,000 PPE and 120 Infrared (IR) thermometers. 

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Disaster Management

Nepal Covid-19 Response

The Government of Nepal (GoN) gears up its efforts to prevent spreading of Covid-19 in the country as the number of cases increase gradually. Being one of its partners, World Vision International Nepal (WVIN) has developed a comprehensive response plan to backstop the government’s efforts to contain outbreak in the country. Keeping children at the core, the strategic response will be implemented across 14 working districts of WVIN initially with room for expansion to other districts/areas depending on the need.

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The story of charming Prabha

The story of charming Prabha

The charming little girl World Vision started sponsoring 15 years back, is all grown up. Her name is Prabha, who is 22 years old now. She lives with her family members, who are as charming as she is, in a beautiful little village in Sunsari district, Nepal. Prabha loves spending time with her family, that spans four generations.

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World Vision responding the 2019 floods
Disaster Management

Responding to the Needs of Flood Affected Communities

World Vision is responding to the flooding crisis in Eastern and Central Nepal, providing much needed humanitarian relief to affected children and families. Incessant heavy rainfall, since July 11, battered Eastern and Central Nepal. 117 people have died, 38 people are missing and 80 were injured. 51 of the 117 casualties were children (14 girls and 37 boys), and majority of those affected in all districts were children.

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Empowering youth for community development
Youth Development

Empowering youth for community development

It has been four years since they started their salon. Now, Chandan actively supports his father running the parlor. They earn NPR 800-1,000 ($ 8-10) per day from the salon. With the sustainable income source, Chandan and his father have been supporting the basic needs of the family members, including education for his younger brother who studies in grade 11. 

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Renewed interest in learning
Education

Renewed interest in learning

World Vision is addressing the learning gap in Nepal through a comprehensive programme referred to as ‘Unlock Literacy’ that complements the National Early Grade Reading Programme of the Nepal Government. 

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Boosting literacy, spreading happiness

Around 8% of school children in Nepal do not know how to read and write. World Vision’s literacy programme has given a new hope to provide quality education to underprivileged children.

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Jumla's resilient communities

Jumla's resilient communities

We have introduced multiple agriculture-related activities for drought-affected communities in Jumla to become food secure and even have means for more income.

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The world on her shoulders

The world on her shoulders

We are working to create favourable platforms for women to be financially independent. Our Savings for Transformation model is a very good example of this.

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A teacher's dream brought to life

A teacher's dream brought to life

We are supporting community school teachers in Nepal to achieve their dream of a child-friendly school.

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From fallow to farming

Up until two years ago, Nir Bahadur’s farm was barren. This farmer from Udayapur district was hardly utilising his land, sowing only rice and maize. Read how his life has improved with the help of World Vision Nepal. 

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For the love of a child

On the frontlines, far from doctors, nurses and health care facilities, community health workers like Bhagwati are the real heroes.

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Nepal

World Vision International (WVI) Nepal is a part of the World Vision International global partnership operating in more than 100 countries. WVI started its long-term development programme in Nepal since 2001 to contribute for well-being of children. At present, WVI Nepal has long-term development programmes in 14 districts (Udayapur, Sarlahi, Mahottari, Rautahat, Sindhuli, Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Lamjung, Jumla, Kailali, Achham, Doti, Bajhang and Kanchanpur) across six provinces of the country with the goal to improve the well-being of 0.8 million children, in particular the most vulnerable ones.

27.6 million

Population, total

Kathmandu

Capital City

29 billion

GDP (current US$)

Providing lifesaving assistance to the vulnerable children and communities

Our Work

See the ways we are working with most vulnerable communities in Nepal to make a positive change.

Boosting literacy after disasters

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Sustainable organic farming

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Empowering children with life skills

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It Takes Nepal

to end child marriage

Child marriage is one of the biggest issues affecting children today, especially in Nepal. But it does't have to be this way.