Oxfam in Nepal

Collection of stories that speak of change in people's lives
This is a collection of a few stories that show that Oxfam in Nepal has been able to bring changes in people's lives. Included in this booklet are also pictures of the people who we have worked with, and some national and international news coverage about our interventions...
Oxfam in Nepal with its partners have been providing temporary jobs so that people affected by 2015 earthquake could earn for themselves and at the same time, their community structures would also be built back better.
Farmers in Nawalparasi district of Nepal have been doubling the yield of paddy after using the System of Rice Intensification (SRI) technology. Read more to find out how it works.
This report 'Finding the Money: A stock taking of climate change adaptation finance and governance in Nepal' is developed under a multi-country initiative, ‘Adaptation Finance Accountability Initiative (AFAI)', by Oxfam in collaboration with the Overseas Development Institute (ODI...
On the occasion of the World Humanitarian Day, Oxfam in Nepal and HAMI (Humanitarian Accountability Monitoring Initiative) launched a report Life After Devastation which highlights the plight of people affected by disasters as old as the Koshi Floods of 2008, who are found to be still living in...
Disaster victims continue to face multi challenges several years after disaster: a report
According to a report, Life After Devastation, launched by HAMI (Humanitarian Accountability Monitoring Initiative) and Oxfam in Nepal, on the occasion of the World Humanitarian Day, people affected by disasters as old as the Koshi Floods of 2008, are found to be living in temporary shelters where...
Sagar Khadka, winner of the essay competition organized by Gramin Mahila Srijanshil Pariwar and Oxfam on "Men in Menstruation" on the occasion of Menstrual Hygiene Day 2016 - Credit: Dipana Dhimal
"I commit to raise awareness on menstrual hygiene, support women and try to eradicate taboos regarding menstruation in my village," wrote10th grader Sagar Khadka on Menstrual Hygiene Day, celebrated by Oxfam and its partners on May 28, 2016. MH Day raises awareness of the challenges women...
Oxfam volunteer Shekhou Khadka (23) works to off load latrines being delivered to the Tundikhel IDP camp in Kathmandu, Nepal. He is one of 500 volunteers trained to react in the event of an earthquake during the urban risk management program - Aubrey Wade/Oxfam
In the span of a year, Oxfam in Nepal and its local partners provided life saving support to close to half a million people across seven districts in the wake of the devastating 2015 earthquake. Oxfam works in seven of the 14 most affected districts: Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Lalitpur, Nuwakot, Dhading...

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