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Catch up on updates about our projects in Nepal and how our work is changing lives.

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16 Dec 19

Tackling Malnutrition in the First 1,000 Days of Life

We are delighted to announce that we have received funding to launch a two-year project working with mothers and children in three areas of Bajura: Rugin, Bichhaya, and Kolti. Bajura has been selected for this project due to high malnutrition rates and a lack of primary healthcare service provision. This…

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4 Dec 19

PHASE Festive Quiz

We all look forward to these top three things during the holidays. Catching up with loved ones, eating lots of great food, and… having a go at really specific, charity quiz… yay! But come on, who doesn’t love a good quiz during the festive period. Gather your loved ones around…

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20 Nov 19

Experience Life in a Remote Community (Interactive)

Do you want to know what life is like for the communities we work with? We have put together an interactive experience that allows you to explore one of our project areas. See for yourself the impact our projects have on community members and their families. Scroll down and click…

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19 Nov 19

Project Launch: Skilled Birth Attendant Training

According to the World Health Organisation, most obstetric complications during birth can be prevented or managed if women have access to a skilled birth attendant. In Nepal 41% of women give birth at home, with no one, or with just an untrained friend or relative present, posing a risk to…

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14 Nov 19

Nourishing People and Planet Together

Updates from the Scaling Up Nutrition Global Gathering 2019 in Kathmandu. The Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Global Gathering, held in Kathmandu earlier this month, mobilised a global response to address multi-dimensional aspects negatively impacting nutrition. The conference aim was to reflect on challenges, review progress, and share learning. Attended by…

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21 Oct 19

Catching up with Rosie on her Birthday

Rosie Swale–Pope, who is currently taking on the #RosieRuns challenge has just celebrated her 73rd birthday. That alone is exciting enough, but she also got to celebrate it on the road from Sofia to Istanbul; the current leg of her run from England to Nepal. We caught up with Rosie whilst she was back in the UK to see how she was…

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16 Oct 19

World Food Day

World Food Day is celebrated on October 16th every year. It marks a day of collective action by over 125 countries to encourage healthy and sustainable food choices for all as well as sustainable food production and distribution. Many communities around the world are increasingly impacted by the effects of…

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1 Oct 19

Project Update: Rebuilding Communities

In April 2015, news outlets around the world reported that Nepal had been hit by two devastating earthquakes. One of the areas most badly affected was Gorkha. Here, it was more than just a news story. Homes, farms and schools were destroyed as well as critical infrastructure. The damage left…

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24 Sep 19

Support Responsible Tourism

According to the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), tourism is the leading source of employment globally. It provides new jobs, generates capital and acts as a driver for equality, allowing women and young people in rural areas to generate income and support their families. In countries like Nepal, tourism…

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