MCC Nepal is proud to work alongside the following eight NGOs:
Brethren in Community Welfare Society (BICWS) is the service arm of the Brethren in Christ Church in Nepal, based in Biratnagar in southeastern Nepal. MCC partners with them in food security, livelihoods, and vocational training in marginalized communities.
KOSHISH, whose name means “making an effort” in Nepali, is dedicated to caring and advocating for people with mental illness. They operate a transit home in Kathmandu where mentally ill women can receive treatment and counseling. MCC partners with them in rescue and rehabilitation, advocacy, and public education.
Nepal Christian Relief Society (NCRS) works in in disaster preparedness, relief and rehabilitation across the country. MCC partners with them in preparing for and responding to disasters and rebuilding communities and livelihoods.
Rural Institution for Community Development (RICOD) operates programs for women, children, and youth in rural villages across the Kathmandu Valley and surrounding regions. MCC partners with them in promoting community health, nutrition, and food security.
SAHAS, or Group of Helping Hands, works in rural community development in Okhaldhunga District in eastern Nepal. MCC partners with them in the sectors of food security, institutional development, and community health, among others.
Sakriya Sewa Samaj (SSS) works in HIV education, prevention, treatment, and support in five districts across Nepal. MCC partners with them in providing a community-based response to HIV.
Sansthagat Bikash Sanjal (SBS) is a network of community-based organizations that work in various development sectors across Nepal. MCC partners with them in food security, disaster relief, HIV response, and rural education.
Shanti Nepal is a Christian social development organization that works primarily in Lalitpur and Dhading districts in central Nepal. MCC partners with them in the sectors of community health and food security in remote and marginalized communities.