News & Events
GCE fund handover
Mr. Abhek Poudel has raised funds for Heifer Nepal's Girl Child Education Program.
Heifer Nepal Awarded with Best Employer Brand for 2018
Heifer Nepal was recently awarded the Nepal Best Employer Brand Award 2018 by the World HRD Congress for its exemplary work in using marketing communication effectively for Human Resources Development. The award was presented to Country Director Shubh Mahato by Dr. R. L. Bhatia, the Founder of World CSR Day and World Sustainability, during an event at Soaltee Crowne Plaza.&nbs...
Heifer Nepal Wins Second Prize in Asian Regional Conference on Goats
Heifer Nepal received second prize for an oral paper presentation entitled “Contribution of Smallholder Farmers in Activating Self-sufficiency in Goat Meat” during the Asian Regional Conference on Goats 2018. The event was organized by Amity University, Jaipur in collaboration with International Goat Association.
Keshav Sah, Associate Director of Animal Well Being presented the...
Heifer Nepal & Partners to Provide Microcredit Services
Heifer Nepal, Machhapuchchhre Bank Limited (MBL) and UKaid Sakchyam Access to Finance Programme (Sakchyam) signed a partnership on December 11, 2018 in Kathmandu, which will work toward providing simplified microcredit services to the unserved and underserved population of 14 districts across Nepal. Representatives from each organization attended the ceremony including, Senior Vice President of...
Banke Goat Business Center Gives Smallholders Access to Markets
Heifer Nepal proudly inaugurated the much awaited Banke Goat Business Center in Dhakeri, Raptisonari, Banke. The Minister for Agriculture and Livestock Development Chakrapani Khanal formally inaugurated the business center and also took a small tour of the facility. Established with financial and technical support from Heifer Nepal, the business center’s main objective is to ensure access to ma...
Ration Balancing Mobile App for Increasing Milk Production
Dairy is an important livestock subsector, as it provides employment and generates income opportunities for thousands of farmers and ensures the flow of money from urban to rural sectors. In many rural areas of Nepal, the productivity of dairy animals is generally low. The most critical factor is inadequate and unbalanced feeding, partly due to lack of adequate knowledge among farmers.