Nestled at the heart of Kathmandu, Contribution for Nepal (CFN) was established in early 2019 by a team of young and dynamic minds with a view to developing the social-economic status of the Nepali people especially residing in the rural areas. Others loudly claim; we silently prove is what we always believe in. As a flashback, it is worth to mention that our contribution in the spring of 2015 was not scanty to contribute with our selfless efforts to provide the relief package to the homeless and needy people who suffered from the devastating earthquakes.
We are committed to work in the sectors such as health and sanitation, safe drinking water and good governance venerating the positive aptitude of the rustic folks with an unyielding will power to be the right producers and consumers. We have been tirelessly working with the poorest and marginalized people of different regions with the flair of innovative and quality works to achieve our goal of the immaculate output. 
The sole objective of CFN is to humanize vulnerable people without being carried away from the whimsical thoughts to live their life in a practical way with whatever means of resources they have possessed. The importance of sanitation and hygiene, safe drinking water, and initiation for school construction and rehabilitation are to be kept mandatory in most of the back-warded societies.


Specific Objectives

  • Introduced an innovative program, this program fabricates the responses from the rustic people about the application of safety measurements and adaptation of attitude change regarding healthy habits.  This venture has some specific objectives as mentioned below:
  • To promote awareness of the issues about the use of latrines since residents are vulnerable to the failure of inadequately maintained feces' management and hand washing.
  • To share their experiences raising awareness and engaging people to advocate for sustainable sanitation in their community.
  • To help build buoyancy engaging communities and local governments on the scope and scale of the challenges. 
  • To capacitate CFN to access tools and information that support advocacy efforts of civil society and community-based organizations to protect people from the epidemics.