Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world

Nelson Mandela

Fresh Nepal is a family. We provide children with food, water, education and residence.

F.R.E.S.H. in Fresh Nepal stands for Food, Residence, Education, Safety and Health.

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live with less than 1$ per day
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poorest country in the world
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children can't access school

Kathmandu, Nepal

Despite some progress in poverty reduction in recent years, Nepal remains one of the poorest countries in world, with a Human Development Index of 0.463, placing it 157th out of 187 countries listed in the United Nations Development Program.

It is estimated that nearly 24% of the population lives below the dollar-per-day international poverty line; 69% live below the two-dollars-per-day line. 20% of children aged 6-10 cannot attend school, rural areas don’t have access to education. Nepal is emerging from conflict; a Comprehensive Peace Accord between the Government of Nepal and the Communist Party (Maoist) of Nepal was signed in late 2006. Moreover, the constituent assembly election was held successfully in April 2008, and the country is now in the process of producing a new constitution.

In 2008 Nepal was not included in the first round of monitoring for the Paris Declaration but they have participated in 2008 Survey. This monitoring allows knowing where the country in relation stands with the goals established regarding the Paris Declaration principle (Ownership, Alignment, Harmonization, Managing for results, Mutual Accountability). During the first monitoring low and moderate results were noted due to a lack of accountability by the government and no established action plan in several fields. Meanwhile, the same survey was retaken in 2010 showing several achievements in this field. A Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper has been drafted  listing the next steps towards improvement.

"Our mission? To provide Nepalese poor, discriminated, orphan and helpless children with food, water, education and residence, as well as a sense of security and well-being in a loving environment."

− Dev Ram Tamata

OUR VALUES

EMPOWERMENT

The project is supported by providing training competencies and knowledge, in order to encourage children to develop and improve their own skills.

INTEGRITY

The project is committed to honor moral, ethical, spiritual and artistic values and principles.

TRANSPARENCY

The project is monitored on a monthly basis by an independent external auditor. Semiannual and annual
reports are prepared and submitted to the corresponding parties.

SUSTAINABILITY

The project aims to improve all the procedures in order to enlarge the organization and to provide children with a better education for their future.

Fresh Nepal

Is a non-profit organization based in Kathmandu, Nepal. The institute was founded in 2006, with the intention of improving the living conditions of poor, discriminated, orphan, helpless, abandoned, suffered children and widows, poor, discriminated, suffered women. Currently, FRESH NEPAL’s main project is a children home which provides with food and residence for 18 disadvantaged children. The objective is to assist these children in their daily needs so that they can become responsible and independent citizens.

Fresh Nepal is a family unit rather than a charitable organization, in which everyone feels loved. We provide children with food, water, education and residence, as well as a sense of security and well-being.
F.R.E.S.H. in Fresh Nepal stands for Food, Residence, Education, Security/safe and Health. Therefore, it shows itself all its aims, missions, visions, and its working areas with children and women from the country.

FOCUS AREAS

  • Poor and needy children*
  • Women suffering poverty or cruelty*
  • Women victims of our society or culture*
  • Under/developed areas
* As an organization for women and children, Fresh Nepal has the approval of the Nepalese government and holds the following official documents:
- Registered With District Administrative Office Lalitpur Nepal. Reg. no. 187/2063.
- Affiliated with Social Welfare Council Katmandu Nepal. Aff. No. S.W.C. 20172/2063.
- Affiliated with the Child NGO Federation Nepal, Katmandu. Aff. with the CNFN.
- Affiliated with Center Child Welfare Board, Lalitpur, Nepal. Aff. No C.C.W.B. 35/2064/065.

BOARD MEMBERS

Dev Ram Tamata
- President -

Qualification:
– Bachelors in Sociology
Working Experience:
– Child, women and Social Development

Rajendra Singh Thagunna
- Vice President -

Qualification:
– Health Assistant, IA
Working Experience:
– Health Assistant and social worker

Bimala Rana
- Treasure -

Qualification:
– Intermediate
Working Experience:
– Child, women and Social Development

Prakash Sunar
- Secretary -

Qualification:
– Masters in Major English
Working Experience:
– 8 years in development & private sector

Purna Bahadur Khatri
- Member -

Qualification:
– Masters in Sociology
Working Experience:
– Children, Women and social Development

Ram Singh Dobal
- Member -

Qualification:
– IEd
Working Experience:
– Children, Women and social Development

Man Bahadur Sirpali
- Member -

Qualification:
– Masters in International Cooperation and Development
Working Experience:
– Children, Women and social Development

Anjali Sunar
- Member -

Qualification:
– Masters in Rural Development
Working Experience:
– Admin Officer Assistant to the Deputy CTA at GIZ

Mangal Ram Lohar
- Member -

Qualification:
– I.COM.
Working Experience:
– Business and Children.