Success Stories

Child Club Empowering Parbati and Her Family

Parbati Sinjali Magar, a 7-year-old girl, resides in Bhujel Gau, a village within Gaindakot municipality. Despite her parents’ involvement in agriculture and seasonal labor, Parbati’s education remains a priority. She attends Juna Purba Basic School, which is approximately 1 kilometer away from her village. Accompanied by her older sister, who is in the first grade…

August 25, 2023
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Farewell to Fr. Lalit Tudu and welcome to Sr. Durga Cecilia Shrestha

Farewell to Fr. Lalit Tudu and welcome to Sr. Durga Cecilia Shrestha as a new Executive Director. It was significant 4 years of service where we observed your professional leadership skills which made a huge difference in the lives of people in need, crisis and vulnerable situations. Caritas Nepal family would like to thank you…

June 5, 2023
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Chalmaya’s story of change

Chalmaya Thapa, a 40-year-old woman residing in Ekletar, Gaindakot municipality-3, Nawalpur is suffering from a chronic cervical disease. For a living, she and her husband rely on agriculture, which is only sufficient to sustain them for 3 months. Chalmaya’s poor health condition restricts her ability to engage fully in agricultural activities with her husband. LOAN…

May 10, 2023
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A Story of Ms. Nimkala Chauhan : Chemical to Chemical free Farming

Nimkala Chauhan is living in Kapilvastu Municipality Ward No. 12, Vithuva. She is from marginalized community in terms of economic condition. She has 2 sons, 1 daughter, 2 mother/father-in-law, her husband and herself altogether 7 people are living in her family. In order to fulfill their basic needs, she had taken 5 kattha (0.169 hectare)…

March 24, 2023
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Inspirational Janaki’s will power to learn made her lead farmer

I realized farming can be this much productive and best income generating source after I acquire IPM practice before 5 year after Caritas technicians provided us training.”, shared Janaki Rana Majha, a resident of Tansen, Palpa, an active farmer from the Majha Agriculture Learning Centre. It  feels great that I am now able to sustain…

January 27, 2023
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Farmers adopting new technology (Alcoholic Botanical-pesticide)

Botanical pesticides are environmentally friendly and is a very good alternative to the chemical pesticides. Generally, farmers use botanical pesticides as repellent to insects and pest in the crop field which reduces the input cost of the farmers. Fermented botanical pesticides, commonly known as alcoholic botanical pesticide is one of the alternative to conventional botanical…

September 30, 2022
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Local Farmers Pursuing Disaster and Climate Resilient Practices

Suku Maya Gurung, a 36 year old mother, of two children (one son and a daughter) from Nawalpur was struggling to sustain her living after her husband passed away 6 years ago. She is dependent on subsistence agricultural farming for living which is barely sufficient to feed themselves for not more than 3 months. Besides,…

August 26, 2022
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Determination leads to empowerment

Ms. Sajima Khatun, a mother of two kids with husband and mother in-law in the family is staying at Kodauha village of ward no.4 of Kapilvastu. Relying of daily wage labor by her husband was barely helping the family to manage household expenses. Grew up in Muslim community, she was not allowed to work outside….

April 20, 2022
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International Women’s Day 2022

Our sisters of Caritas Nepal wished and celebrated women’s achievement, today visited women’s old aged home in Mitrapark, with small gesture of help through medical and food item support. After short interaction and emotional sharing, the team collectively call out gender bias, discrimination and stereotyping. Caritas family wishes a Happy International Women’s Day 2022. Watch…

March 8, 2022
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Mushroom Enterprise – A collective effort towards empowerment and family nutrition

Farmers in Surkhet used to do mushroom cultivation in a very small scale few years back.  They have never thought this as a good alternative of food and nutrition security as well as income generating source. Though the farmers had some knowledge about household mushroom cultivation they have never incorporated this as an important component…

December 28, 2021
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