Prayatnasil Community Development Society (PRAYAS-NEPAL)
Dhading | Province 3
History and Key Successes of the Organisation
A Brief History of the Organisation
Prayatnasil Community Development Society (PRAYAS-Nepal) is a Non-Governmental Organisation dedicated towards improving livelihoods, health, good-governance and the well-being of poor and marginalised people. PRAYAS Nepal focuses on children, women, marginalised and rural communities. It aims to set holistic development goals to create a transformed and interdependent Nepali society.
From its inception, PRAYAS-Nepal has worked with Nepalese children to provide quality education, dignity and respect within families, food security, income generating support, health and security regardless of their gender, ethnicity and religion.
PRAYAS-Nepal was established by a team of Nepalese nationals.
Organisational Strategic Information
To create an equitable society with social justice.
To work for the positive transformation of the socio-economic issues in society and individuals, through capacity enhancement and the optimum utilization of locally available resources.
Healthy, vibrant and dignified live for children, women and other backward or oppressed communities.
- To promote sustainable livelihoods;
- To enhance access to safe drinking water and sanitation;
- To promote quality education;
- To ensure human rights for all including senior citizens, women and children;
- To establish good governance and advocate for quality services;
- To promote disaster management and protection of the environment.
Equity & equality, transparency, participation, love & service, awareness of environment.
Geographic Areas Covered
Dhading district and a few parts of Gorkha and Nuwakot district.
Children, marginalised women and rural communities.
Education; Health; Livelihoods; Good Governance and Advocacy.
Networks and Affiliations
Member and Staff Diversity
Current Partnership/Donors (maximum of three)
Phased Out Projects (maximum of three)
010-520450 email@example.com www.prayashnepal.org.np
Usha B.K, Chairperson
Last Updated: September 2019