Meet Our Nepal Earthquake Recovery Fund Grantee Partners

Grants from CDP's Nepal Earthquake Recovery Fund focused on child protection.

An All Hands team at work on a school site in Nepal.

All Hands Volunteers received $100,000 to rebuild earthquake-devastated schools with a total enrollment of 1,667 students in Nepal’s Nuwakot District, where nearly 90 percent of the schools were destroyed. All Hands summarized their impact in the “Nepal Earthquake Impact Report: Two Years On.”

Plan International USA received $219,690 to fund its Fighting Against Child Trafficking in Emergencies (FACTE) Project in Nepal.

Project HOPE received $219,956 to strengthen the maternal newborn and child health service delivery system and improve hygiene behavior in the Makawanpur District of Nepal.

Shakti Samuha received $61,264 to reduce vulnerability to human trafficking and other kinds of violence by providing income generation skills and education support for women and children in the districts of Sindupalchowk, Ramechhap, and Sindhuli.