Nepal Govt. Regd. No. 1224/064, SWC Affiliation No. 22612

How we are different

  • Our projects focus on enriching lives and bringing positive changes in rural communities.
  • We work in accordance with policies set by the governmental Social Welfare Council.
  • Aid is precious. To avoid wastage we identify the genuine needs of the community before starting a project.
  • We work only in those communities we know well and where we have local contacts.
  • Every cent donated goes directly to our projects.
  • We update our donors and take them for a visit to those spots, during the work or after the project is completed.
  • We are supported by prestigious international entities.
  • Where possible we use locally available manpower and resources to implement our projects.

Be assured that your money will be used wisely and well. Every cent donated goes directly to our projects.

Since we work only in those communities we know well and where we have local contacts, it helps us to identify the genuine needs of the communities and avoid wastage of aid. Our approach in achieving our goals is what makes us successful and stand out from a myriad of social organizations that exist today. Moreover, we are supported by prestigious international entities like the Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) and the Australian Embassy in Nepal which have approved, endorsed and/or funded our projects. From Switzerland we have support through an association which was founded after the earthquake to support Sambhav’s projects more effectively, named Sambhav Nepal (Switzerland). It seeks support with various donors and through those funds we receive constant confirmation about our projects and the way we work. Sambhav Nepal is also supervised and approved by the Rotary clubs of Nepal and Australia which are the main supporters of Sambhav Nepal’s projects.

Be assured that your money will be used wisely and well. Every cent donated goes directly to our projects. The volunteers from Ace the Himalaya, their staff and other international volunteers do all the admin works.

Whatever type of work it is, we update our donors and take them for a visit to those spots, during the work or after the project is completed.

Once the fund is donated by the donors to Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) for Sambhav Nepal’s projects, the tax deduction approval is provided to those donors and we also fall under one of those organizations in it. And Sambhav Nepal (Switzerland) is tax-free too. Any donation to its fund account, the donor receives a tax-deduction letter.

Where possible we use locally available manpower and resources to implement our projects, thus supporting the local economy. The methods and materials that we utilize ensure minimal impact to the environment and the community, while providing efficient, sustainable and tangible results.