Nepal is known for its beautiful Himalayan Mountains, deep valleys and richly flowing streams -- but many of its water sources are contaminated by naturally-occurring arsenic.

Half of the kids living here are underweight; 60% of childhood deaths are due to malnutrition, which is exacerbated by dirty drinking water. Sanitation is also a major concern as almost two-thirds of the population lives without toilets.


About Nepal

  • 27,800,000 population
  • 12% lack access to water
  • 66% lack access to sanitation
  • 25.2% live below poverty line

Our Work Here

  • Started working in 2010
  • 172,202 people served
  • 844 projects funded
  • $4,933,738 invested