The organizations that we choose to partner with have demonstrated a community-centered approach, excellent financial reporting and a deep knowledge of housing project implementation. They are some of the best in the country at constructing safe and secure shelter. These are the partners that Habitat for Humanity Nepal currently funds.
Mahila Upakar Manch (MUM) is a non-profit organization working in Kohalpur, Nepalgunj in the western part of Nepal.
Sahara Nepal is an autonomous and non-profit-making non-governmental organization groomed from grass root level and led by young, dynamic and result-oriented development professionals. It works along with the poor and marginalized people living at the bottom of the society since 1994. Sahara Nepal focuses on livelihood, public health, empowerment, environment and energy, good governance, and humanitarian service.
Mahuli Community Development Center (MCDC) is a government registered non-profit, citizen-sector organization founded in 2000. MCDC works in low-income communities in the Saptari to create rich learning environments for youth and women to identify problems, learn about the causes, and apply appropriate technology as they solve critical issues in their homes.
Jeevan Bikas Samaj (JBS) is an NGO established in 1997 in order to improve the socio-economic and cultural circumstances of marginalized people. To improve livelihood conditions of landless, marginalized and back warded people, JBS is implementing microfinance programs and providing its services to the targeted poor people. JBS is fighting against rural poverty to fulfill its goal to make healthy rural civilization over a period of 21 years since its establishment.