NCF-Nepal would also like to offer our most sincere condolences to the families who have lost loved ones during this tragic time. May their souls rest in peace. Let’s pray together that the world will be able to invent some medicine and vaccine soon to prevent all ages people from its infection.
Supporting our Beneficiaries
We also have started to support relief package to our own reintegrated children from children home, scholarship program and ex-staff; who have been facing difficulties during this time. Altogether 6 children and 1 ex-staff have been benefited from this support till date. We are keeping regular contact with all other beneficiaries and asking them to
A million thanks to you and all other supporters for believing in us, joining supportive hands, and motivating us to do a lot more in the upcoming years. NCF-Nepal would like to thank all the heroes for sacrificing above and beyond the call of duty and staying on the front-line of the Coronavirus pandemic. Regards!
Regular funding is vital in maintaining all these activities of love, care, support and humanitarian efforts. Without enough funding, the social work is almost impossible. The whole world is on lock down; we, too, are affected by these unfortunate circumstances, resulting in less money left in our bank accounts. We, therefore, need your financial support
Supporting Health Workers
Nepal’s health workers have always been faced with the shortages of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including masks. These frontline fighters have been risking their lives to protect others in need. The Chief Minister of Gandaki Province has requested financial support to buy PPE and other safety equipment from the charities and other institutions to help
Food Relief Package
The lockdown situation has been creating many difficulties for low-income families; especially for single women and their children. The Nepal government has been trying to support them and are requesting other social organizations to participate as much as possible to show humanitarian efforts during this emergency period. NCF Nepal, in collaboration with local government representatives
We have been trying our best to follow all safety measures and preventative techniques issued by the Nepal government, the World Health Organization, and other public health experts. We have been trying to keep our children busy by organizing indoor games and various lessons, such as: computer, arts & crafts, cooking, yoga and child-appropriate movies
Dear well-wishers & supporters
Namaste and Greetings from Nepal All of us at NCF Nepal hope that you and your families are staying safe, calm and healthy. We hope you have been trying your best to stay away from the deadly Covid-19 virus pandemic. It has spread to 210 countries, affecting over 2.55 million people worldwide. This virus outbreak