Nepal Magar Society Service And Information Center (MIC NEPAL)
Rukum | Province 5
History and Key Successes of the Organisation
A Brief History of the Organisation
Nepal Magar Society Service and Information Centre (MIC Nepal) is a Non-Governmental Organisation, which was established with a vision for an “equitable, empowered and self-reliant society”. MIC Nepal decided to concentrate on developing education and sustainable livelihoods in the area. MIC strongly believe in community participation, the empowerment of women and local resources as key factors in mobilising Society to change.
This organisation was founded and registered at the District Administration Office in 2003 and became affiliated with the Social Welfare Council in the same year. The seven board members have been governing the organisation smoothly. In 2003 the Maoist movement also started and MIC was not allowed to run its office and carry out its work. The organisation was also looking for some additional support and training from outside, which it received when UMN started to work in Rukum. MIC were selected as partners and have received on-going organisational capacity building from UMN.
Organisational Strategic Information
To create an equitable, empowered and self-reliant society.
To support the development of a self-reliant society through the empowerment and capacity building of the target community, by increased access to services and resources which promote the socio-economic and educational status
To improve the socio-economic and educational status of the target community.
- To promote the local Kham Magar language and culture by conducting formal and non-formal education programmes;
- To conduct different programmes on local Kham language, establish and manage community information centres and increase access to rural information and communication;
- To conduct agriculture-forest based income generation activities;
- To conduct forest management and alternative energy promotion programmes to protect the environment;
- To conduct advocacy and awareness programmes against all types of social discrimination.
Democratic system; Good Governance; Ownership; Creative; Transparency; Economise; Integrity.
Geographic Areas Covered
Bhume, Putha Uttarganga and Sisne Rural Municipalities.
Dalit; Janajati; Women and Children; poor and marginalised people.
Education and Sustainable Livelihoods.
Networks and Affiliations
Member and Staff Diversity
Current Partnership/Donors (maximum of three)
Phased Out Projects (maximum of three)
Khalanga, Musikot, Rukum
088-5302216 email@example.com www.umn.org.np/partners/mic-nepal
Last Updated: September 2019