There are about 4 million Nepali people without safe drinking water. About 5,500 children under five died annually in Nepal from diarrhoea caused by unsafe drinking water and other sanitation and poor hygiene practices. All such deaths are avoidable with proper sanitation. We work with local level stakeholders by providing training and mass awareness on public health. We ensure the principles of equity by putting our beneficiary communities at the heart of all our project activities, promoting their active participation and inclusion and by considering accessibility and gender aspects. Through this we will have sustainable, lasting impacts
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Who Are We ?
Founded in 2016, Kadam Nepal is a non-governmental and non-political organization registered under the law of Nepal. Our aim is to support communities in Nepal with education and information on livelihoods and the health sector – covering preventative health, sanitation, hygiene, nutrition, preventable diseases as well as sexual and reproductive health. Kadam Nepal follows a participatory approach for its programme activities.