partners-jvf-nepalThis space is dedicated to our institutional and individual supporters who share our dreams! Without their hard work, encouragement and support, it would have taken few more years to turn our dream into reality.

Foghlaim, IRELAND

FOGHLAIMFoghlaim’s key aim is to assist small local or indigenous NGO’s, CBO’s, Charities in developing countries who work directly with local communities to bring about educational change. These NGOs are typically locally run, community participative and are often struggle to raise funding.

We have local NGO/ CBO partners in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Uganda, and Vietnam. We work with communities and children who are often ignored or marginalised or who often miss-out on aid delivered via larger NGOs or Government agencies. All of the projects are run by and based within local communities. With innovative ideas, community effort, a human rights focus and access to even small amounts of funding, it is amazing to see how real change can happen.fb
http://www.foghlaim-ngo.com

GRC Solidarity, ITALY

GRCGRC Solidarity is a non-profit organisation, formed and run exclusively by volunteers, who work mainly in the Municipality of Breganze, Vicenza, Italy.

The organisation raises funds to “invest” in solidarity projects within the communities in Italy, and Internationally through an economic activity, which takes place mainly in the field of ecology, and environmental protection.

This is a small local association, can be regarded as a true small business enterprise, and in this capacity is related in a regular and ongoing basis with government agencies, businesses, other organisations, and private citizens and works on basis of principle of cooperation between institutions, volunteers and citizens.

http://www.grcsolidarieta.it

Association Partages,  FRANCE

Association Partages has been supporting education of children in Rukum and Sindhupalchok districts of Nepal since 2005 by offering them annual scholarship, hiring additional teachers for primary schools, and working together with communities to renovate school buildings and build new ones.

Christine Kieffer

Chairwoman

http://perso.nordnet.fr/christine.kieffer/partages

Association Humanitaire Partage et Soins,  FRANCE

Partage-et-Soins

Association Humanitaire Partage et Soins organised free health camp twice: 2008 and 2009 in Jhumlawang. Now, it is one of the major partners for JVF’s ongoing Community Health Centre project.

Véronique Chenat
President
partageetsoins@yahoo.fr

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Mountain Monarch Adventures (MMA), NEPAL

Mountain Monarch isMountain-Monarch aware of its role on social responsibility. We therefore assist to enthusiastic individuals, groups and organizations who have been working hard to support local communities in remote parts of Nepal to build up better school buildings and drinking water projects.

MMA is competent and professional local team of experts managed and run trekking company in Nepal, recommended by Lonely Planet and Trip Advisor for adventure trekking and peak climbing trips in Nepal. With a decade long reputable tour operator experience, we are highly motivated & committed in organizing the great affordable trekking in Nepal and peak climbing expedition in Himalaya. The services we specialized in surpass those offers by many international travel companies with the dedicated experts’ work commitment, reliability and safety standard we set on top priority while organizing any of the Nepal trek, peak climbing and expedition trips.

http://www.mountainmonarch.com

Rapti Samaj-UK (RSUK)

United Kingdom

raptiRapti Samaj UK is members based organisation established in 17th November 2007 with a mission to bring all people who originally come from Rapti Zone Nepal, and now have been living, working and studying in UK under one umbrella. It is non-political, non-ethnic and non-religious organisation.

These are the main objectives:

  1. Unite all Raptiwasi in UK.
  2. Practice, preserve and teach Nepali culture to young generation.
  3. Identify and support its members in UK who are in need of emotional or financial support.
  4. Grant financial support to those communities in Nepal which are either need of support due to natural disaster or working hard to build up better infrastructures for Education and Health sectors in Rapti Zone.

http://www.raptisamaj.co.ukfb