INF Nepal

INF Nepal is a Nepali non-government organisation serving Nepali people through health and development works.
INF Nepal aims to bring sustainable improvements in health and quality of life of people and communities. We work to overcome poverty and exclusion by bringing people together to take collective action in their communities. Our community areas of work include community health and development, community-based rehabilitation, mother and child health and nutrition.

We run three well-equipped hospitals and we endeavour to provide quality care and affordable health services to the people of Nepal. We also run general physical rehabilitation services and medical-surgical outreach in remote parts of Nepal.

We have developed a disaster response and resilience team to respond rapidly and effectively to any emergencies, to work with communities, to help them recover, to become disaster resilience in long term and to prepare for future disasters.

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 works.

INF Nepal employs over 400 Nepali staff.

Krishna Adhikari
Executive Director, INF Nepal

 

INF Nepal board members are as follows:
  • Ram Chandra Timothy [Chairperson]
  • Rajendra Kumar Adhikari [Vice-Chairperson]
  • Madhu Kumar Thapa [Secretary]
  • Dhana Lama [Treasurer]
  • Karisma Bhattarai [Member]
  • Bhim Kumari Shrestha [Member]
  • Yam Joshi [Member]
  • Madhav Neupane [Member]
  • Dr Shiva Ram Srimal [Member]

 

70th World Leprosy Day celebrated

A special celebration programme on Sunday at the Green Pastures Hospital (GPH)…

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Workshop on DRR Localisation and Coordination in Emergency

INF Nepal hosted a two-day Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Localisation and Coordination…

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An earthquake preparedness disaster drill at the Central Office

On 20th January, the INF Nepal Central Office in Simpani Pokhara conducted…

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A deadly tragedy in Nepal’s domestic aviation history

A Yeti Airlines ATR72 aircraft carrying 72 people, including four crew members…

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For more information about INF Nepal,

 
please call +977 [0]61 570111
e-mail info@nepal.inf.org
Postal address:
PO Box 5, Pokhara, Nepal