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Plan International has been working in Nepal since 1978, helping poor children to access their rights to health, education, economic security and protection.
See the impact of our work

"Women can do the same work as men"

Jayanti is proud to say she is a now an independent young woman. Recalling the days when her life was limited to household chores and agricultural labour, she does not take her new found freedom lightly.

Schools prepare for disasters in West Nepal

We are working with children, teachers and communities to ensure children are prepared for disasters when they are at school.

Girls and boys attending in an ECD centre in Rautahat, Nepal.

Celebrating 40 years in Nepal, focus shifts to girls

Plan International is celebrating 40 years of supporting marginalised children, families and communities in Nepal. The anniversary also marks a strategy shift to a focus on girls' rights and gender equality.

Neetika from Nepal took over her radio station to speak about girls' issues.

Rural girls' voices must be heard!

Radio is vital for girls in rural areas of Nepal. Neetika, 17, blogs for us about the day she hosted her own show to ensure that as well as listening, girls' voices are also heard.

Lila and Manju have a new earthquake resilient school.

Earthquake-safe school helps Nepali girls dream big

With support from Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Plan International Nepal has constructed a disability-inclusive school complete with computers, a science lab and a library, which has given girls in Dolakha district renewed hope for their futures. 

Binita is the only female mason in Nepal's Doloka district

Building back futures in Nepal brick by brick

Binita is rebuilding her life and community after a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck her village in Nepal two years ago.

Safe schools bring hope to communities

Plan International Nepal is supporting the rebuilding of 12 schools, which will provide 3,200 children with access to new classrooms, built to be resilient against earthquakes, and with improved education facilities.

Time travels faster when you are happy

Plan International Nepal is working to support children with disabilities gain access to improved and inclusive education, protection and health. Karuna, a 15 year old girl with a visual impairment from Banke, Nepal, is one of the girls receiving support. 

Plan International is helping children like Unisha get inclusive education

Children with disabilities get inclusive education in Nepal

This photo story shows how children with disabilities in Nepal are being helped to enjoy inclusive education and all the benefits it brings.

Our results last year
  • 560,000
    people now live in healthy and clean villages
  • 10,000
    pregnant women’s group members were better prepared with giving birth last year
  • 42,438
    children received school supply support including stationary, uniforms and school bags

Stay in Touch

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Key contacts

Sven Coppens

Country Director, Plan International Nepal

Shreeram KC

Communications Manager, Plan International Nepal
Plan International Nepal
P.O. Box 8980, Maitri Marg, Bakhundole
+977 1 553 5580