GIZ has been active in Nepal since 1975 on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and opened its own office in the capital, Kathmandu, in 1979. At present 25 seconded staff and about 250 national staff, 9 CIM experts and 24 development workers, 6 of them working under the auspices of the Civil Peace Service (CPS), are working for us in Nepal.
The goals of our work there are to reduce poverty, to ensure inclusive development and to improve the country’s economic and political framework
For further Information go to GIZ site
Save the Children has been operating in Nepal since 1976. Our programs to improve the lives of children in Nepal are guided by the National Plan of Action for Children and the UN Millennium Development Goals. As the largest child-focused organization in the Nepal, Save The Children cover a wide geographical area with multiple programs that support our vision for all children to attain the right to survival, protection, development and participation.
We work with key child rights stakeholders – including children, communities, civil society organizations, media and government – to enable them to play a stronger role to realize the rights of children. We look for sustainable solutions that will benefit children and their communities by improving education and healthcare systems, and helping communities better prepare and respond to disasters.
For further Information go to Save the Children site
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