The organisations and institutions we have collaborated with for our projects are:
The Asia Foundation, Development Initiatives and Data for Development Nepal – supported us for the project, ‘Building Capacity for Data Induced Development in Nepal’.
World Vision International Nepal supported us for the project, ‘Training to Partner NGOs on Project Proposal Writing and Fundraising’.
Mercy Corps Nepal supported us for the project, ‘Proposal Development Training to Youth Leaders’ as part of Generation Amazing II Programme’.
University of Washington supported us for the project, ‘Tribal Water Security’.
Transcultural Psychosocial Organisation (TPO) Nepal supported us for two documentary projects on mental health and suicide prevention.
Visible Impact supported us in developing documentary on MenstruAction project.
Department of Conflict, Peace and Development Studies, Tribhuvan University supported us in conducting ‘Research Communications and Social Media Management’ workshop.
Nepal Forum for Restorative Justice supported us in successfully implementing the Second Nepal Conference on Restorative Justice.
SOS Bahini supported us in conducting capacity building workshop on Leadership Development and Conflict Management.
Work for Nepal supported us in a couple of project implementation in Province 1 namely ‘Proposal and Report Writing Training’ and ‘Building Capacity for Data Induced Development in Nepal’.
Damak Jaycees, Damak Municipality and Damak Chamber of Commerce and Industry supported us in implementing one day training on youth entrepreneurship.
Associates Hub Nepal Pvt. Ltd. supported us in conducting training on Contract Drafting.
Youth for Community Transformation (YCT) – Nepal supported us for a project on capacity building of local representatives on disaster risk reduction (DRR).
Planet Multimedia International Private Limited supported us in conducting capacity building workshops to contestants of Miss and Mister Tourism and Culture Universe Nepal on research communications and media management.
Dreamers and Researchers, Inc supported us in conducting training on R programming.
Sagun’s Blog collaborated with us on awarding the community health workers marking World Breastfeeding Week 2019.