Who We Are

Established in 2008, 'Rupantaran Nepal’ is a new social organization aiming to do small works in rural areas, voluntarily, to bring little change in our society. We aim to start our work from the bottom, with initiatives of community and their active participation where they can own and drive the transformation process of our society. We want to mobilize one community for the help of others and the community itself to seek the possibility of changes within. It aims to make aware the young, women and marginalized, and help to bring them into the mainstream of development. This is also an idea to serve back in rural places, the deprived ones, where our little initiative can play a catalytic role in the development process.

Program of Actions

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Donate one book

‘Your one book can work as a lantern to enlighten our rural and backward community!’ - Rupantaran Nepal

 The aim of ‘donate one book campaign’ is to collect more and more books to support rural communities and schools. It further aims the ‘Model Rural Library’ in principle ‘From Community to Community.

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Rural-scholarship program

Rural Scholarship Program aims to support talent students in a rural public school. The family background, financial situation, ethnicity, caste and gender will be taken into account for the selection procedures. We have designed the program to inspire the individuals to support one child in the village. We have planned to use the money collected from sale of Mannami, the semi

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Awareness programs

Deusi-Bhailo program:

Rupantaran Nepal had organized Deusi Bhailo in 2011 to make awareness among community people of Dailekh residing in Kathmandu. It brought together the young people from Dailekh to publicize its mission and collected token support from the residence community of Dailekh in Kathmandu. 

Volunteer mobilization:

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Activities

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Blood donation

Rupantaran Nepal organizes blood donation to motivate young volunteers to support for public and rural health. On 20 June 2015 Rupantaran Nepal has organized a blood donation program to fulfil the shortage of blood af

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Earthquake relief

Earthquake Disaster: Rescue, relief and rebuilding:

Rupantaran Nepal has supported food, medicine, clothes, hygiene and sanitary pads for 20 Dalit households of 3rd and 4th

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Sanitary awareness

Rupantaran Nepal has organized sanitary and hygiene  campaigns  in different temporary settlements displaced due to earthquake disaster. We have mobilized a good number of volunteers for this campaign.  

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