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Partners

NVP works in collaboration with various governmental, non- governmental agencies, and other like-minded civil society groups and youth based organisations working all across Nepal to effectively provide relief, rehabilitation, reconstruction support to disaster affected communities and to carry out sustainable development efforts.

CO-IMPLEMENTING PARTNERS

Youth Initiative

Youth Initiative (YI) is a youth organisation working for the capacity development of youths in Nepal. Established in 1999, YI was formally registered with the District Administration Office, Kathmandu in April 2001. Today, YI is one of the leading youth organisations working in the field of youth empowerment, strengthening of student and youth politics, promotion of civic engagement, democratisation and human rights in Nepal. Youth initiative is an initiative by and for young people to develop to their fullest potential and bring about positive change in the societies they live.

Know more about Youth Initiative at www.youthinitiative.org.np

IMPLEMENTING PARTNERS

Himalayan Climate Initiatives

HCI is a youth-driven and solution-oriented Nepali civil society organisation advocating for sustainable and climate-smart development. HCI delivers impact by innovating, incubating and sustaining philanthropic and social-entrepreneurial initiatives to help build inclusion and resilience in Nepali society.

HCI is a legally registered Not-for-Profit Organisation co-founded by fourteen prominent Nepali citizens on March 2011.  

Know more about HCI at www.himalayanclimate.org

SUPPORTING PARTNERS

GIZ
 
GIZ is also one of our strategic partners which has been facilitating and helping to co-ordinate mass volunteer engagement for National Volunteering Program. GIZ has been active in Nepal since 1975 on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and opened its own office in the capital, Kathmandu, in 1979. At present 19 seconded staff and about 250 national staff, 11 CIM experts, 25 development advisors, 7 of them working under the auspices of the Civil Peace Service (CPS), and 12 weltwärts volunteers are working for GIZ in Nepal.
 
Know more about GIZ at www.giz.de/en/worldwide