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In year FY21, through the pandemic, we have successfully brought assistance to millions of families in 104 Municipalities delivering COVID Support worth USD 1 million. We were among the most effective assistance that smallholder farmers received with the support of 28 Agri-transport vehicles in the first round and additional 47 that were delivered in the second round. The support was widely appreciated by the government, other NGOs and general public as well. We received overwhelming appreciation in the social media. At the same time, we have waded through the pandemic by establishing partnership with 36 Municipalities. As we end FY21, we look forward to bringing more innovations and work in the field of ending hunger and poverty and caring for the Earth.

Table of Contents:

  • Heifer International Nepal
  • Signature program
  • Government Partnership
  • Resolving the major constraints
  • Working Area
  • Systemic Interventions in Goat Value Chain 
  • Smallholders facing the Pandemic
  • Active Projects
  • Heifer Cornerstones for Just and Sustainable Development
  • Financial Statement
  • Major Donors
  • Collaborating Partners
  • Implementing Partners
Heifer International has had its presence felt in Nepal since 1957-58 with the gift of high yielding improved breeds of cattle, sheep and pigs for cross breeding and parent stock of poultry along incubator upon request from the government of Nepal. With the aim of ending hunger and poverty. Heifer International Nepal was registered in 1997. Today with over two decades of experience Heifer International Nepal has been able to reach more than 260,000 families and has transformed their livelihood with a focus on livestock development programs. These families have been organized into 11,000 Self Help Groups (SHGs), 227 Social Entrepreneur Women Cooperatives (SEWC) and 3 District Unions.

Table of Contents:

  • Heifer International Nepal
  • Cooperatives as a Business Hub
  • Working Area
  • Market System Development
  • Inclusive Goat Value Chain at Scale
  • Heifer’s response to COVID-19 impacts
  • Access to Finance
  • Abattoir construction in 4P model
  • Digitizing VAHW Training for inclusive technical services
  • Active Projects
  • Heifer Project Nepal (HPN) – LSE
  • Heifer Cornerstones for Just and Sustainable Development
  • Financial Statement
  • Donors/ Collaborators
  • Implementing Partners

Heifer International proudly celebrated its 20th anniversary of working in Nepal as a sustainable development non-profit leader in smallholder agriculture and agri-based enterprises. Heifer Nepal has achieved two decades of uplifting vulnerable families, making them self-sufficient and resilient through building social capital and strong demand-driven market component

Table of Contents:

  • Country Director’s Message 
  • 20th Anniversary Special Report 
  • Heifer International Nepal Journey 
  • Progress in Program Areas 
  • Heifer Nepal in 2017 
  • Success Story: Cooperatives get busy in goat sales as festivals approach 
  • Active Projects in 2017 
  • Heifer Cornerstones for Just and Sustainable Development 
  • 2017 Financial Statements  Heifer Project Nepal (HPN) – LSE 
  • Major Donors and Partners 

Heifer’s association with Nepal began in 1957-58 with the gift of high-yielding, improved breeds of cattle, sheep and pigs for cross-breeding along with parent stock of poultry and an incubator upon the request of Government of Nepal with the aim to introduce high yielding genetic material to native animal populations. The livestock were placed in Government farms. Later in 1993, the first community development project, “Baruwa Goat Raising Project,” was implemented in Gitanagar, Chitwan.

Table of Contents:

  • Message from the Country Director
  • Heifer International Nepal
  • Progress in Project Areas
  • Success Story: Women’s Cooperative Opts for Live Weight, Increases Profits
  • Active Projects
  • Heifer Cornerstones
  • Financial Statement
  • Major Donors and Partners
  • LSE- Heifer Project Nepal

Heifer’s association with Nepal began in 1957-58 with the gift of high-yielding, improved breeds of cattle, sheep and pigs for cross-breeding along with parent stock of poultry and an incubator upon the request of Government of Nepal with the aim to introduce high yielding genetic material to native animal populations. The livestock were placed in Government farms. Later in 1993, the first community development project, “Baruwa Goat Raising Project,” was implemented in Gitanagar, Chitwan.

Table of Contents:

  • Message from the Country Director
  • Heifer International Nepal
  • Progress in Project Areas
  • Success Story: Women’s Cooperative Opts for Live Weight, Increases Profits
  • Active Projects
  • Heifer Cornerstones
  • Financial Statement
  • Major Donors and Partners
  • LSE- Heifer Project Nepal

Heifer’s association with Nepal began in 1957-58 with the gift of high-yielding, improved breeds of cattle, sheep and pigs for cross-breeding along with parent stock of poultry and an incubator upon the request of Government of Nepal with the aim to introduce high yielding genetic material to native animal populations. The livestock were placed in Government farms. Later in 1993, the first community development project, “Baruwa Goat Raising Project,” was implemented in Gitanagar, Chitwan.

Table of Contents:

  • Message from the Country Director
  • Heifer International Nepal
  • Progress in Project Areas
  • Success Story: Women’s Cooperative Opts for Live Weight, Increases Profits
  • Active Projects
  • Heifer Cornerstones
  • Financial Statement
  • Major Donors and Partners
  • LSE- Heifer Project Nepal