INF Nepal

INF Nepal is a Nepali Christian non-government organisation, registered with the Nepal government’s Social Welfare Council, serving Nepali people through health and development work.

 

Strengthening palliative care

Recently INF held a two-day refresher workshop on palliative care at Green…

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World Leprosy Day: ending discrimination, stigma & prejudice

On Sunday, around 350 people took to the streets in Pokhara as…

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Handover of a resource school

On 23rd January 2019 INF Nepal handed over a resource school to…

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Towards zero leprosy

This World Leprosy Day, we pause to celebrate the achievements of our…

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INF in Nepal

INF Nepal aims to demonstrate God’s love and concern, and restore people’s relationships with God, each other and creation – so they can live dignified lives to the full. INF Nepal aims to honour God by bringing sustainable improvements in health and quality of life, and peace and harmony in communities.

INF Nepal’s focus is on the poor and disadvantaged, including those affected by stigmatising diseases [such as leprosy and HIV/AIDS], disability, and those in marginalised groups [such as women, displaced people, and those in remote areas].

INF Nepal has its Central Office in Pokhara, Nepal’s second-largest city, and runs programmes across the Western Regions of Nepal covering several health and development issues.

Krishna Adhikari
Executive Director, INF Nepal

 

INF Nepal employs over 300 Nepali staff, and 20 expatriate volunteer mission workers seconded from INF International.

INF Nepal is governed by a board of senior Nepali Christians which normally meets four times a year.
INF Nepal board members are as follows:
  • Ram Chandra Timothy [Chairperson]
  • Rajendra Kumar [Raju] Adhikari [Vice-Chairperson]
  • Dhana Lama [Treasurer]
  • Dhan Maya Gurung [Secretary]
  • Karisma Bhattarai
  • Narendra Baral
  • Dr Arun Kumar Budha
  • Mohan Das [Solomon] Gurung
  • Madhu Kumar Thapa
For more information about INF Nepal,

please call +977 [0]61 520111
e-mail info@nepal.inf.org
Postal address:
PO Box 5, Pokhara, Nepal