Who we are

Caritas Nepal is a non-profit organization solely devoted to the service of the poor, most disadvantaged and marginalized people irrespective of caste, creed, ethnicity, and nationality.

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Commemorative Video on 30th Anniversary

Earthquake affected communities realized a holistic recovery

What we do

Economic Empowerment
Objective #1: Communities pursue sustainable livelihood options for reduced poverty.
Social Support

Objective #2: Vibrant, strong and influential communities realize basic human rights and reduce disaster risks.
Projects for social support.

Humanitarian Aid

Objective #3: People in emergency and humanitarian crises are empowered to cope and recover.
Projects for humanitarian aid.

Stories of Change

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Creating an inclusive society for all persons, irrespective of their abilities and disabilities
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I am Nirmala Thapa, 40, a resident of Kaski. I have a normal house on 2.5 acres of land. My two legs can’t move below the knee.We have a family of six with a 6-year-old daughter. Even though I am disabled, I run the house myself.On the initiative of Caritas Nepal, the Disability Self-Reliance Coordinating…

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Farmers joyfully working in their field with modern agro-tools
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2 months ago
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“My dryland will yield gold in few months’ time” “Agriculture is the primary living source for farmers like me”, says Krishna Dhoj Sanghamfe (61), a small scale farmer from Miklajung-6, Morang. Krishna has dry land, which compared to normal land yield less, however since 15 years he has been managing family needs from the same…

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Reviving the hope of migrants: shattered by COVID-19
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3 months ago
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Like, Sovit Sharma (Name changed), each day almost 5000 youth are returning to Nepal from abroad due to the worldwide spread of COVID-19. Mr. Sharma was one of them. He was deported from UAE after he was tested positive.”I stayed quarantined and recovered after 14 days before coming back to Nepal in June 2020. I…

News

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Farmers reached with modern agro-tools 
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2 months ago
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Volunteer Mr. Kiran Chapagain checking the temperature of the beneficiary at distribution point in Chulachuli-2, Illam On 24 March 2020, the Nepal Government imposed a complete ‘lock-down’ of the country including business closures and restrictions on all movements within the country to maintain COVID-19 health safety measures. Thousands of people have been affected economically, socially,…

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#CaritasOnCovid19
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3 months ago
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Caritas Nepal (CN) with International Caritas consortium member organizations join hands to fight against
the common enemy by improving capacity of real heroes “the community health workers” and quarantine
centers through safety gear supports.

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Caritas Nepal stands in solidarity against this global pandemic, COVID-19
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4 months ago
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In early 2020 coronavirus pandemic affected the world, resulting humanitarian crisis. The scenario in Nepal was also becoming critical so the government forced lock down to minimize the widespread of virus. People depending on daily wages for survival were severely affected. CN took initiation to respond this emergency taking preventive measures working jointly with our…

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Invitation for Expression on Interest (EOI) for the selection of training management institutes for the implementation of tot (training of trainers) for health professionals

Date of first publication: 21st Jan 2021

Caritas Nepal is a non-profit organization envisioning peaceful, equitable and just society. For almost 30 years, it has been working to empower the poor, marginalized and disadvantage through sector- specific, participatory and inclusive approaches.

Caritas Nepal invites an EOI from training management institutes and organizations interested in implementing community health trainings for health professionals of Kavrepalanchok, Dolakha and Sindhuli districts. Selected organization shall work as a technical partner in the implementation of TOT (Training of Trainers) for health professionals of the stated districts.

Organizations that wish to participate in this Invitation for EOI are requested to send their submission through email or mail clearly marked as “Expression of Interest for Community Health Trainings” at the following address:

Caritas Nepal, Head Office

Dhobighat, Lalitpur, Near Assumption Church

Or email at vacancy@caritas.org.np if you choose to submit the EOI electronically.

The EOIs should reach the email box/ Caritas Nepal Central Office no later than 5 pm, 31st January 2021. EOIs received after the date and time may not be accepted for consideration.

Applications must be submitted in English.

Please find the link of TOR here : http://bit.ly/TOR-Community-Health-CN