• Celebrations of International Day for the people with disabilities.

  • Theatre for Development Training

  • Refresher Training to Staff and Board members

  • Rally marking 16 days movement against gender based violence.

  • Relief Food Material Distribution to the daily wage earners of Pokhara Metropolitan City-15

  • Health Material Support in Nawalpur District

    The second wave of COVID-19 is further affecting and challenging the lives. KOPILA Nepal is doing every bit to support to combat this virus either that be our counselor helping the local government for psychosocial counselling from hospital based setting in this challenging times or helping with relief food material to the needy people or helping the government with health material.
    KOPILA Nepal today (5/12/2021, Friday) distributed health material to health institution, police office and isolation center in Nawalpur district. 52 health institution received 1000 surgical mask, 200 piece of surgical gloves,5 liters sanitizers, 100 piece of K-95 masks and 8 sets of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) each. Similarly 8 isolation center received 1500 surgical mask, 600 surgical gloves, 200 piece K-95 mask, 5 liters sanitizer, 23 PPE set each. Furthermore, 4 police office also received 1000 surgical mask, 200 piece of surgical gloves,5 liters sanitizers, 100 piece of K-95 masks and 8 sets of PPE each. This activities was implemented under the Project Include the Exclude funded by German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and DAHW Deutsche Lepra- und Tuberkulosehilfe e.V.
  • Supporting Government to combat COVID-19

    KOPILA Nepal counselor is in Hello Doctor desk for psychosocial support to Covid-19 victims, survivors living in hospital and home quarantine through phone calls. KOPILA Nepal is supporting government with human resource to help the people in need.

  • Hand Washing Technique

    As the second phase of pandemic is hitting the world, Nepal could not remain the exception. With the number of cases rising and creating the crisis. Lets continue maintaining social distancing and following the safety precaution. Let’s wash our hand frequently with soap and water.

    We will together go through this.

  • 20th General Assembly

    KOPILA-Nepal turned 20 this year. Due to COVID-19, KOPILA-Nepal postponed the celebration. However due to uncertainty in the situation, KN thought of celebrating it in small groups following the safety precautions.

  • Celebration of Dashain

    Aarati is one of the longest staying beneficiaries in Safe Home whose identity is still unknown. She enjoys tika, bangles and wants to own the  ornamental things.

About Kopila Nepal

Kopila-Nepal is a non-profit making, non-sectarian, non-governmental organization formally registered with District administration office of the government of Nepal in 2001 with the registration number 795. It is also affiliated to Social welfare council with affiliation number 13892 since 2003.

It is one of the leading organization dedicated towards the protection of human rights and psychosocial well – being of children, women and people with psychosocial problems. It was established by self- motivated social worker friends in 2001 with the aim of promoting life standards of destitute children.

After establishment, it’s founders raised money from their own pockets and from friends to open two schools in remote areas.  With our first grant from the Methodist Relief and Development Fund in 2003, we began to support for education to underprivileged children in 4 Village Development Committees (VDC’s).

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KOPILA-Nepal's work for women empowermet

Posted by Kopila Nepal on Friday, March 8, 2019

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Health and Psychosocial wellbeing

Kopila-Nepal provides psychosocial counseling services at the Western Regional Hospital, District hospital as well as in the community level. People with health problems are referred to respective places

Livelihood support:

The women belonging to the Self Help Group (SHG) are provided with income generation support so that they are able to pave their personal path out of poverty by themselves. The women who have received the income generation support

Education support

Kopila-Nepal is dedicated to support children deprived of basic education rights. It provides target children with educational materials such as school uniforms, notebooks and pencils to support their schooling.

Women empowerment

Women empowerment is the key to community development. Our services include leadership development, vocational, financial management trainings, awareness programs

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