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Kopila Nepal is a non-governmental organization, established in 2057 B.S. that works with marginalized Women, Children and people with Psycho-social ( Mental Health) Problem in Gandaki Province They envision a society in which the rights of all people are realized and their basic needs are met. They put emphasis on eliminating social disparities of all kinds. They work with; local and national government; non-government organizations; and funding partners to realize their goals and to bring about structural changes needed to achieve social justice and equity for all.
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With the mission to to enhance employability with self-dependence, self/employment and realization of rights and duty amongst children and youth living in difficult circumstances, the funds raised shall be utilized in delivering market oriented vocational skills along with job placement support to underprivileged youths from different parts of the country.
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Himalayan Animal Rescue Trust (HART) has been working endlessly to improve the lives of animals in Nepal, particularly street dogs and cats since its inception in 2010. It has two bases in Pokhara and Bharatpur. Kennels and operating facilities have been established in both bases to enable neutering programs and rescue and treatment of sick and injured animals. HART also runs mass anti-rabies vaccination campaigns yearly in its two bases to ensure the safety of the dogs and the community from rabies. Repetition of program is essential to maintain effectiveness, build up confidence in the community and create a friendlier environment for street animals. Through collaborations with other NGOs, academic institutions, government departments and municipalities, HART has extended its services to different parts of the country.
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Green Tara Nepal (GTN), a non-governmental organization, was established in 2064 B.S. with the vision that all people in Nepal should have equal access to safe and affordable health services, especially who are poor, vulnerable, deprived and socially excluded. Their mission is to improve health through changing behavior using health promotion techniques and strengthening existing services.
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Concern for Children and Environment Nepal (CONCERN-Nepal) is a nongovernmental and non-profit organization established in 1993. The major objective of the organization is promotion and protection of child Rights in Nepal. Its principal purpose is to be an advocator for underprivileged children and at the same time to improve the living conditions of children working in hazardous situations in Nepal.
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  • Rs.4,400.00 Pledged
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In Nepal, patients are responsible for managing blood for their transfusion needs. From figuring out which blood bank to go and looking for donors in times of a shortage is stressful and emotionally draining for a patient’s family. While quite a few motivated and selfless groups in social media have mushroomed over the years, there’s a void for an overall efficient and systematic process. Almost all blood banks in the country record blood information manually. There’s a tedious process of back-office paperwork for blood banks and inefficiencies when it comes to handling emergencies, connecting to donors and sharing information in general.
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We started gathering housewives, who gave up on their dreams and interests after marriage, to motivate them and help them pursue their goals. We held some activities that our members were interested in and found out that it is very important that women continue doing such activities, even if they are married and have children, for rejuvenation. Just because someone is married doesn’t mean she should only be doing household works, but she should also have some time for herself and her interests. That is what ‘Women’s Club’ is all about.
We were very happy to know that Hiteri is raising funds for NGOs. We are planning to expand our activities according to the interests of our members, but we have not been able to do that for a while due to financial problems. But now, Hiteri is helping us through crowdfunding. For a growing organization like ours, Hiteri is a great platform. We are looking forward to start new programs with the help of Hiteri and we thank the team that is working to make this happen.
- Women's Club

Our shelter home had just received two new children and we were looking for any kind of help that we could get to support those two children. Here at Setu Nepal, we shelter the children of people infected with HIV, have passed away or those in prison, as the children are mostly discriminated. We have very few number of children living with us. We provide education, healthy food, shelter, other basic needs and very good facilities for these children. Two new children were recently brought to us and we need some funds or sponsors for them to go to school.
Hiteri came to us as a blessing. As the first online crowdfunding platform in Nepal, there is hope for many people who need help. We are very happy that the two children can go to a good school now, with the help of this platform and we are very thankful for the all the effort.

- Setu Nepal

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