Action for Nepal

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Action for Nepal

Action for Nepal is working to support the development of remote communities through the improvement of health, education and empowering locals to sustain themselves.

Nepal
Project development and management

Action for Nepal wishes to improve its project development and management skills with specific focus on needs assessment, project monitoring, and multi-project management.


People & Recruitment

To be defined

Leadership Coach

The Chief Executive seeks a mentor who will accompany him as he seeks to take Action for Nepal to the next level. Issues to be investigated include leadership skills, effective communciations and human resource management.


People & Recruitment

3-4

Fundraising Strategy

Lead the development of a multi-faceted and holistic fundraising strategy in a collaborative hand-on manner enabling the Action for Nepal Team to 'learn-by-doing'.


Fundraising

4-6 hours over 6 weeks

Management of non-profit organisations

Action for Nepal wishes to train community organisations on best management concepts and practices (governance, organisation, sustainability, etc). This task consists of developing training materials and training of trainers.


Operations & Business Development, People & Recruitment

6-8 hours

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Action for Nepal

Swarnim Marga, 61 Sundar Tole, Boudha 6, Kathmandu

Description of the project

Action for Nepal (AF Nepal) is working to support the development of remote communities through the improvement of health, education and empowering locals to sustain themselves. We work with adults and children in remote communities to help them to identify and achieve their goals through improvement in health and education.

We are currently working in three remote districts of Nepal in partnership with communities who are willing to help themselves and are committed to change. Action for Nepal supports these communities with safe infrastructure for schools and health posts, health literacy, quality education, scholarships, teacher training, capacity building, access to clean drinking water and the provision of sanitary toilets.

We seek to actively engage our donors and supporters to encourage them to gain a deeper understanding of our work and become involved as active stakeholders, rather than passive contributors. We work very closely with our partner on the ground to maintain our project. There needs are our priorities. Our reputation for sound financial management and good governance is the utmost important. Respect to our community partners lies in the heart of our organisation.

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