Changes for INF International

Changes for INF International

After more than 20 years in one place, INF International moved its Nepal Country Office in Kathmandu recently. Current and former staff and volunteers gathered at our old office to give thanks for all that had been achieved there, before moving to the new office to...
INF Humanitarian Aid Trust [HAT]

INF Humanitarian Aid Trust [HAT]

Great News – INF New Zealand has set up a trust that can receive funds for INF projects in Nepal and any money given for these projects can receive tax-rebates through the New Zealand government. It has been a long process to be able to get this eligibility...
To the furthest corners

To the furthest corners

Since 1993, INF’s Medical and Surgical Outreach programme [formerly ‘Camps’] has been sending healing and hope to the furthest corners of Nepal. In the last few months, there were three camps organised by INF in Kalikot, Banke and Jajarkot Districts of Nepal. The...
An emergency response

An emergency response

Establishing an Emergency and Acute Care Service at Green Pastures Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre [GPHRC]. In 2015, ambitious new plans were designed and approved by the INF Nepal board for large-scale investment into GPHRC to upgrade and expand the facilities to...
A reason to live

A reason to live

Nineteen-year-old Gammaya has had pain in her right leg since she was three. She suffers from a bone infection called Osteomyelitis, which has seen the pain increase throughout her life. Treatment at various hospitals had brought Gammaya no relief and her family were...
Three years on – Rebuilding together

Three years on – Rebuilding together

It’s been three years since Nepal experienced its worst natural disaster in eighty years on April the 25th, 2015. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal killing over 9000 people, destroying over 500,000 homes and flattening entire villages.  Gorkha District, the...