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NEEDS Nepal was established in 1999, is a non-for-profit, Non-Government Organization, registered with the Government of Nepal. NEEDS has been active in the social sector from the last 20 years. Even before the officially establishment, youth groups were massively engaged in the society for social transformation, good governance and development. Along with the establishment, NEEDS Nepal has been implementing various programs related to empowerment, socio-economic development and social transformation particularly for Children, Women, Dalit and Indigenous people of the entire Far Western Region who are marginalized and vulnerable to different social issues. The organization is collaborating with various government and nongovernment agencies on social awareness, good governance, safe migration, livelihood, disaster risk reduction within the prevailing policies and the programs of the Government of Nepal. NEEDS Nepal has been a proactive member in different networks and alliances like Social Welfare Council (SWC), other many sectorial alliances. Likewise, it is undertaking massive advocacy and other initiatives on generating evidences for advocacy on local level and linking them to the national level.

Vision: "A Governing and Prosperous Society"

Mission: Our mission is to improve the wellbeing of the people. "We strive to empowerment of specific target groups such as deprived, poor, marginalized for justifiable resource access and dignified livelihood who are vulnerable and don’t have access to services and resources.

1. Work to enhance access of the target groups to basic services such as food and nutrition, water and sanitation, safe migration, health, education and etc through awareness, capacity building and infrastructure support.

2. Work to support for sustainable livelihood through vocational training and support based on both agriculture and non-agriculture.

3. Support to enhance resiliency of the community at risk through preparedness, response, humanitarian support and climate change adaptation.

4. Increase of the affected communities to reproductive health, safe motherhood and health services including of HIV AIDS.

5. Support to access the deprived community on formal and non-formal education and technical and vocational education.

6. Undertake advocacy on the safe migration and promote youth self-employment.


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