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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.
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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.

Children receive mobility and safety training in Kathmandu, Nepal

After the earthquake: don’t forget about us!

“I used to walk around randomly but after this training, I can walk systematically. I feel safe and confident while moving,” says Keshav (10) of Kathmandu Valley, Nepal.

Promising future as agriculture entrepreneur

Sita Harmel, a local of Myagdi district has followed a lucrative business to sustain her life.

Stopping Child Marriage in Nepal

Amrita was just 16 years old when she intervened and stopped her own marriage. She has now become an advocate for the importance of girls getting an education and marrying out of choice, and not force.

Children stand in front of their newly-built toilet block

The Latrine is Back!

Mr Laddu's school was severely impacted by the 2015 earthquakes. One building is damaged and the toilets were reduced to rubble. With the support of Plan International, students are now enjoying newly-built toilet blocks and hand washing stations.

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

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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