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

Nisha Malla’s contribution on CN humanitarian efforts in Dailekh
2 months ago

“First 2 weeks, I was confused and worried that I have to work closely with people who are possibly infected or recovering. And it’s human psychology that, it restricts you to act normal during these situation”, Nisha Malla our volunteer from Dailekh shared. Since June, after Nisha was appointed as field health volunteer in Dailekh…

Life would have been a Struggle without Caritas’ Support
3 months ago

Seema Khadka’s life cannot be imagined without her mother and younger sister. Seema (25 yrs) has been wheelchair bound since decades with very little communication, through sign language. The family of three is solely dependent on the income of her mother, 52 who work as a laborer in her locality. In absence of her father and…

Strengthening Communities through Homestay Project
3 months ago

Ms. Tara Chaudhary, 52 grew up in a remote village of Birendranagar-9, Surkhet, with no major roads, electricity or television. “All my childhood, I stayed home doing household chores, and being a girl child, had no opportunity to attend school”, she shares. To fulfill her childhood wish of acquiring education, she was determined to educate…


Making difference in communities through COVID-19 response
3 weeks ago

Nearly two years now the Coronavirus pandemic wrecked our lives making it more fragile. With fear and insecurity are seen among communities as numerous rumors and misinformation spreading like wildfire, and many resorting to bizarre and incorrect methods of dealing with the virus. Nepal with limited resource certainly is facing humanitarian crisis and requires assistance…

Supporting hospitals in battling pandemic
2 months ago

These projects aim to facilitate and assist 20 hospitals from 14 districts with Oxygen Cylinder, Oxygen Concentrator, Pulse Oximeter, Ventura Face Masks, PPE SETs including isolation gowns, face shield, shoe cover, safety goggles, surgical head cap, heavy duty gloves, Surgical Masks, Surgical Gloves and Hand sanitizers.

Caritas initiatives to fight COVID-19 crisis in 2020 : Reflecting back
8 months ago

CN is heartfelt towards CIMOS and other international partners who despite the global challenges provided continued support to regular development projects and more specifically, COVID-19 relief and response projects.

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Tender notice for medical equipment purchase

Eligible Government VAT holding Manufacturers/Dealers and Suppliers are requested to bid the Tender for the supply of health related equipment’s and items in hospitals located Kaski and Lamjung districts of Nepal.

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 Interested bidders must submit all the related documents by 24th September, 2021 before 05:00 PM

Emergency Volunteers Call

Caritas Nepal, a leading national NGO, invites applications from qualified Nepali citizens for the following locations:

  1. Palpa
  2. Pokhara

Project title: COVID-19 Response Program 2021 

Project duration: 24th September 2021 to 15th October 2021 

Volunteer Reports to: Respective Regional Managers/ Coordinators

Summary: The Emergency Volunteer will perform a variety of tasks depending on project deadlines in Caritas Nepal. They must be give Caritas Nepal assurance that they will work in this COVID -19 Pandemic situation. They must be actively involved in all the activities assigned by their supervisors in Caritas Nepal.  Caritas Nepal will not be responsible if any of our volunteers will be infected by COVID 19 during the project period and agreement will be void for the same.

Requirements and Qualifications

  • Intermediate level in health sector, sociology, water sanitation hygiene etc.
  • Fresher or at least 6 months experience in health sector, relief and/or recovery work, project m & e /documentation.
  • Good Nepali speaking and writing skills
  • Candidates who have a valid two wheeler driving license will be given priority
  • Candidates with past experience with Caritas Nepal and/or local candidates will be given preference
  • Must present a professional appearance and a friendly manner
  • Must be dependable and punctual
  • Be courteous and personable when dealing with the public
  • Be self-directed, willing to take initiative, and detail-oriented
  • He/ She should be able to prepare basic report on work done by project – such as materials handed over to hospitals or beneficiaries. Should undertake M & E activities as directed.
  • He/ She should be able to coordinate with hospital, municipal isolation centres, COVID 19 affected families.
  • Should support in logistics for the project (material distribution etc)
  • Should be able to prepare to undertake need assessment for Isolation center in municipality.
  • He/ She should be able to manage help desk and phone help line, and keep necessary document of the same
  • Computer skills will add an advantage

Time Commitment

  • Must agree to work from Monday to Friday between 9.00 am and 5.00 pm and in other days as necessary as assigned by the Regional Managers.
  • Extensive Field work is required which involves visiting the hospitals also.
  • Any work carried out outside the working area will not form part of this agreement unless agreed in advance and in writing.


  • You agree to work without financial reward.
  • You will receive Rs. 2000 per day for your daily allowance.
  • 1% tax will be deducted in each payment.
  • We will provide PPE / COVID protection items
  • You will be provided with a working space, computer and other equipment’s as necessary.
  • You will have use of the staffroom facilities.

Please note: Positions are either field based or involves extensive travel to villages / rural areas where living conditions are minimal. Only those willing to travel and committed to serve the communities in rural settings need apply. Caritas is an equal opportunity employer and encourage women / members of marginalized communities / disadvantaged groups to apply.

Caritas Nepal promotes its principles, strategies, policies, and procedures on Safeguarding (including Child Safeguarding and Protection from Sexual, Exploitation and Abuse), and Safety & Security and all applicants must adhere to Caritas Nepal’s key policies and procedures.


How to apply? Interested candidates can send their application with detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) to vacancy@caritas.org.np by 4.00 PM on 22nd September 2021. Only short listed candidates will be contacted for Skype Interview. Telephonic enquiries will not be entertained. The decision of Caritas Nepal will be final.  Caritas Nepal has right to cancel this vacancy at any time.      

Link: https://www.caritasnepal.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/PAL-emergency-Volunteer-RE.pdf