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Sunday April 26, 2015

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News & Events

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  • Graduation and Inauguration -Diploma Course on Community Development Management
    April 05, 2015
    Graduation and Inauguration -Diploma Course on Community Development Management

  • AGM
    February 01, 2015
    Successfully accomplished Share and Care Nepal 19th Annual General Assembly Meeting on 1st February 2015 at Alina's Bakery Cafe.

  • Christmas Celebration Program- 23 December 2014
    December 21, 2014
    Christmas Celebration Program

  • Executive Director Speech (20th Anniversary Celebration)
    January 16, 2014
    Honourable CA members, respected leaders and elders, valuable community members, tireless board members and staff, and my dear friends & colleagues present here. It is my pleasure to welcome you all on the occasion of the 20th Anniversary celebration ceremony of Share and Care Nepal. It gives me a great pleasure for you to be with us today to celebrate this very special occasion. Anniversaries are all about getting together to recall memories, rejoice and celebrate for what we have achieved, feel the strength, and express our unity. Anniversaries are moments in our lives that help us to look back and reflect what we were, what progress we have made, where we are and where we envision to be in the future. Together facing the challenges, sharing the joy and caring for the needs of each other we have come thus far.

  • 20th Aniversary celebration
    December 27, 2013
    Share and Care Nepal "20th Aniversary" & "The Journey of Hope" celebration on 15 January 2014 (1st Magh 2070) @ Transformation Development Center, Badegaon

Transformation Stories

Diploma Course on Community Development Management participants Case studies
Diploma Course on Community Development Management participants Case studies

Socio-Economic and Livelihood

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Poverty in Nepal has been dominantly defined in socio-economic terms. People living under the daily income of US $1 are considered below poverty line.  Almost half of the rural populations are living below the poverty line. This is primarily due to lack of livelihood opportunities, widespread unemployment and lack of skills such as technical or entrepreneurial skills.


Key Objective:

Enhance the entrepreneurship skill of community people for economic and livelihood upliftment



  • Promoting agro-based skill and initiate income generation activities
  • Explore Opportunities for self-employment
  • Introduce Saving  and investment schemes and encourage people to start cooperatives at local level
  • Increase investment for small business and micro enterprises