“Leave no one behind,” is one of PHASE Nepal’s guiding principles. True to this statement, PHASE Nepal works in some of the most remote and isolated Himalayan mountain villages in Nepal, providing lifesaving, highly integrated services and resources to men, women and children each and every day. These villages can take up to seven days walking from the nearest road to reach, and are often neglected by other health and development organizations for being too difficult or expensive to support.
“PHASE believes that poor health, low educational levels and poverty are all aspects of the same problem, and create a cycle that prevents people from taking control of their own futures. We aim to support the most vulnerable populations to break the cycle of poverty by assisting communities and local authorities to lay the groundwork for a self-sufficient future.” – PHASE
PHASE (Practical Help Achieving Self Empowerment) was established in 2006 and has since initiated incredible change in the areas of community health, education, access to basic needs, and disaster risk reduction.