The KOPILA Chautari, a long term home for the women survivor of dosmestic violence, sexual abuse and mental health problem whose reintegration is not possible was started from 2016 in Kalika, Pokhara Metropolitan City, Ward No:28, Kaski district. This project intends to make Kalika a model village with a non-violent way of living. To achieve the goal KOPILA-Nepal is working in cooperation with the government and local community. The awareness programs, training and counselling activities have been implementing in Kalika also to build foundation for KOPILA Chautari. For self sustainability of KOPILA chautari a multi-purpose farming including coffee farming has been initiated. A long term business plan for the same has been developed. Co-operation and contribution from the government is particularly very significant part of the project.