Five Year Impact!

Having recently completed the previous phase of our 5-year Project Agreement with the Government of Nepal, we had the opportunity to look back and assess our implementing partners’ collective impact from 2013-2018.  As a team, we are humbled by and grateful for our partners dedication to empowering thousands of people across Nepal!

Recovery and Resilience: Update on MCC’s Earthquake Projects

More than 3 years have passed since the devastating earthquake that rocked Nepal in 2015, and Nepal’s rural communities are demonstrating time and again their resilience and ability to rebuild.  MCC’s partner organizations continue to work diligently at supporting communities throughout the long process of rebuilding their homes and livelihoods.  We invite you to meet … More Recovery and Resilience: Update on MCC’s Earthquake Projects

Dignity Gained: Pramod’s Story

Pramod’s story is not unlike many others’ who live among Nepal’s marginalized communities.  Although discrimination has been illegal for decades, families like Pramod’s often remain significantly disadvantaged due to deeply entrenched stigma in their communities.  In this context, even sending a child to school in the face of such discrimination is an act of courage. … More Dignity Gained: Pramod’s Story

Applications Now Open for 2019-2020 Young Adult International Service Program

MCC Nepal is looking for Nepali unmarried  youth (18-30 yrs) who are passionate about peace and community service to serve in 11-month service learning terms from August 2019 to July 2020. Participants live in a new culture while serving in places like schools, farms, NGOs and day cares. Placements are in countries where MCC works … More Applications Now Open for 2019-2020 Young Adult International Service Program

Research as Adventure: Reflections from Nina

Research. To some the word means turning pages in heavy books, typing neat columns of words, and demonstrating academic prowess. For me as a SALTer in Nepal, it means motorbike rides through green hills, scribbling awkwardly bilingual notes on my clipboard, and gratefully enjoying the patience of my survey respondents as I ask sometimes silly … More Research as Adventure: Reflections from Nina

Back to School!

On the morning of January 22, 2018, representatives from MCC Nepal, Concern Worldwide, Chandrajyoti Integrated Rural Development Society (CIRDS), local students and members of the Mahadev Besi community in Dhading District in Nepal met to celebrate the completed reconstruction of the Janajagriti Higher Secondary School. The school had been badly damaged in Nepal’s 2015 earthquake … More Back to School!

The Power of Youth in the Work of Peace

According to Nepal’s National Youth Policy, youth make up over 40% of the population, and the country is increasingly looking to its youth to play an important role in Nepal’s development, growth, and sustained peace. Sansthagat Bikas Sanjal, with MCC’s support, is currently implementing a three-year Youth Leadership for Peace and Sustainable Development project across … More The Power of Youth in the Work of Peace