Who We Are
Rupantaran Nepal is a not for profit organization dedicated to transform people’s lives and living by mobilising and managing resources, promoting social justice and nurturing collaboration. It envisions a transformation in natural resources, resource users and resource institutions through knowledge, actions and relationships. Rupantaran Nepal is registered to Government of Nepal under Read More
5th Annual General Assembly of Rupantaran Nepal
The Fifth Annual General Assembly (AGM) of Rupantaran Nepal was held on 11 October 2014.
Chairperson of Rupantaran Nepal conferred with an Honorary Degree of Doctorate of Social Science from the University of Wolverhampton, UK
Chairperson of Rupantaran Nepal Mr Vijaya Narayan Shrestha has been conferred upon an Honorary Degree of Doctorate of Social Science from the University of Wolverhampton, UK on 11 September 2014.
An update on Himalayan Community Carbon Project (HCCP)
Rupantaran Nepal has been successfully initiating the Himalayan Community Carbon Project, a Plan Vivo certified carbon project in eight VDCs of Nepal. A latest update on the HCCP...
Local and Community Adaptation Plan Preparation
The Himalayan Community Carbon Project (HCCP): A project
Piloting Payment for Ecosystem Services: The Himalayan Community Carbon Project
Involvement with the vegetable farming group helps a farmer improve his livelihood in Rupandehi
Sitaram Kurmi, an inhabitant of Sanaidha Rayapur-9 shares how ICCA project has helped him to improve his livelihood through vegetable farming in his land.
Self Monitoring has become FUG's mirror
"Self monitoring is indeed a reflection of previous year's activities. We did not know how much money was distributed by the committee for what purpose and to whom.
Facilitation support - a new life to Community Forestry Users' Group
Of the 288 Community Forestry Users' Groups (CFUGs) in Okhaldhunga district, Dhunga Bisauna CFUG is one of the CFUGs located in Kuntadevi Village Development Committee (VDC). It covers an area of 133.19 ha and includes a total of 255 households (HHs) in the VDC.