Reach the Unreached-Nepal (Run-Nepal) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that was started in 1999. This NGO is actively involved in humanitarian work. It is registered and recognized by the civil district office of Kathmandu, District development office of Kathmandu, and also affiliated with the social welfare ministry of Nepal’s government.
This NGO was established to do social work and work together with the government on different projects. The executive board consists of nine members.
The NGO runs orphanages, elderly homes, and scholarship programs. It organizes educational and literacy programs, medical clinics, and provides relief funds during floods and emergencies.
Run-Nepal continues to provide people with self-supporting skills and programs to eradicate the poverty of Nepal. Presently our NGO works with different people groups in different parts of the country of Nepal.
The objectives and purposes of the NGO are as follows:
- To help street kids, orphans, and poor children by providing counseling, safety, education, food, shelter, and establishing children’s homes.
- To support the elderly by providing for their basic needs, helping them get off the street, and providing medical help and a place to stay.
- To educate people through formal and informal education and raise the literacy of the country, by establishing schools, education centers, and short-term classes.
To work with the health sector by organizing health seminars, workshops, clinics, and establishing hospitals.
- To help people in rural and unreached places by supplying drinking water, constructing bridges, and helping people with humanitarian needs according to their circumstances.
- To help people to come out of poverty with self-supporting programs. These programs include, but are not limited to: providing families with livestock, micro loans, and assistance in starting businesses.