Samundra Nepal, led by Nepali professionals is an established non-profit and Non-Governmental Organization. Samundra Nepal is free from political and religious affiliation. We are established in 2019 as per the rule of the Government of Nepal and are affiliated with the Social Welfare Council (SWC) of Nepal. Currently, Samundra Nepal is focusing on Baiteshwor Rural Municipality, Dolakha district but is open to supporting the needy people in all of Nepal.
Through its establishment, Samundra Nepal has been supporting above 10000 people to break their poverty cycle and improve their living standards. The people of Baiteshwor RM have received health services, agricultural support, educational support, and support for humanitarian needs and infrastructure.
Currently (2022), Samundra Belgium is our main funding source. We expect generic support from our kind-hearted friends around the globe. By 2022, we were able to mobilize the funds from local governmental institutions, individuals, communities, and non-government organizations. We run our local fundraising program independently.
We are pleased to show our donors a strong commitment: we invest their hard-earned money in needy communities to create a positive impact and increase happiness through education, agriculture, and infrastructure. However, supporting bringing the community out of the vicious cycle of poverty is our goal. Previously, from 1989, we worked along with the founder members of Himalayan Leaders who have been involved in many social projects and were eagerly looking for an official structure. We already supported establishing a hospital in Baiteshwor, solar energy projects, earthquake relief, or a new e-library in Baiteshwor Rural Municipality.
Samundra Nepal aims to achieve sustainable development in the Rural Places of Nepal. For sustainable impacts, we value stakeholders’ participation in each phase of projects and meaningful exit strategies, and good governance.
We are pleased to show our strong commitment that the hard-earned money of our donors that we receive for needy communities must be invested for positive impact and increased happiness.