One in two Nepali lives in substandard housing. We’re on a mission to change that. Here’s how.
We provide training to youth and empower them to implement an action plan of their own design to be the change leaders for safe shelter.
Our projects always include vocational training with an emphasis on increasing knowledge and capacity of the communities served in building decent and disaster-resilient houses.
We have been strategically partnering with the government in Nepal to unlock multiple government housing funds for the poor, marginalized as well as disaster-affected populations.
We partner with local NGOs in Nepal to strengthen the housing microfinance sector and significantly increase access to housing loans to low-income families in rural communities underserved by the existing financial market.
We encourage families to adopt environmentally sustainable building materials and technology through our home construction.
Our disaster-resilient home designs are featured on the Nepal government’s list as being suitable for earthquake and flood-prone areas in the country.
WITH YOUR HELP
Since the devastating earthquakes in 2015, we’ve worked hand-in-hand with 28,845 families, with 3,655 families served in the last year alone.