Our friends

The organizations and companies below are our friends, colleagues and donors. We are lucky to know them and that list is growing!

    Donors

  • People in Need
    People in Need is a non governmental organization founded in the Czech Republic in 1992, with operations in 22 countries worldwide. PIN came to Nepal after the earthquakes in 2015 with humanitarian response and became one of our strategic partners.
  • Stars Foundation
    Stars Foundation invests in organisations and ideas that transform the lives of disadvantaged children, young people and their communities globally. We were awarded Stars Foundation’s With and For Girls Award in November 2016.
  • Dining for Women – Changing the World One Dinner at a Time.
    Dining for Women is a non-profit giving circle dedicated to empowering women and girls living in extreme poverty. Dining for Women supported us early on and enabled us to reach over a 1,000 girls with our workshops.
  • Present Purpose Network
    PPN helps girls and young women fulfill their purpose by working as a virtual network of women funders – learning, collaborating, and evaluating projects. We are proud and grateful to be one of Present Purpose Network’s grantees.
  • MATCH International
    MATCH International is an international women’s fund (the only one in Canada) working at the intersection of women’s rights and innovation. MATCH International supported our emergency response work in the aftermath of the earthquake in 2015 and continued to support our work later on.
  • Oxfam Nepal
    Oxfam is one of he largest international non governmental organizations in the world. Oxfam uses a combination of rights-based sustainable development programs, public education, campaigns, advocacy, and humanitarian assistance in disasters and conflicts. After the 2015 earthquake, we partnered on developing radio shows that addressed issues affecting girls in the emergency – early marriage and menstrual hygiene management, which was followed with joint development of a comic book on early marriage.
  • Partners

  • Uma Bista
    UMA BISTA is a documentary photographer and photojournalist currently working with Annapurna Post, leading daily Newspaper in Nepal. Born and raised in Suntakhan, Kathmandu, Nepal. Uma helped us by taking photos for our With and For Girls Award in one of the VDCs in Sindhupalchok.
  • Practical Help Achieving Self Empowerment – PHASE Nepal
    PHASE Nepal is a non governmental, non profit making, non political and equal opportunity providing organization. PHASE Nepal specializes in improving health, education services and livelihood opportunities for disadvantaged populations in very remote and resource poor Himalayan mountain villages in Nepal.
  • Helambu Project
    Helambu Project is a volunteer ran organization registered in the UK and US. Helambu Project works with schools and communities of Helambu region. HP supported us with our work early on.
  • Nepal Teacher Training Innovation
    NTTI’s mission is to train Nepal’s teachers to encourage critical, creative and independent thinking in the classroom. NTTI helped us develop our curriculum to make it girl-centered, interactive and fun.
  • Women for Human Rights
    WHR’s vision is non-discriminatory and equitable society where single women are respected and can live with dignity and there are sufficient legal provisions to protect single women’s political, social, cultural and economic rights. We partnered on developing the child marriage comic book and related advocacy efforts.
  • PaxWork
    PaxWork’s mission is to empower girls and teach them leadership skills, foster analytical thinking inside and outside classrooms. The international teaching initiatives support community building and multicultural collaborations.
  • Marta Konarzewska
    Marta is an artist, illustrator and graphic designer from Poland. She designed Her Turn logo! Check out Marta’s works on her website.
  • Girls Running Fund supports promising young sportswomen in Nepal. Running can be a catalyst for many things – it can be a gateway to get fit and strong, to challenge yourself in a measurable way, to travel and discover new places, to get into nature, to meet new people, and to have fun.
  • Networks

  • Girls Not Brides
    GNB is a global partnership of non-governmental organisations committed to ending child marriage and enabling girls to fulfill their potential. The partnership was initiated in 2011 by The Elders.
  • Girls Globe
    GG is a network of passionate people and organizations working to improve the lives of women and girls, and through it, change the world. The mission of Girls’ Globe is to raise awareness and educate others about global issues concerning the rights, health, and empowerment of women and girls.
  • The Association for Women’s Rights in Development
    AWID is an international, multi-generational, feminist, creative, future-orientated membership organization committed to achieving gender equality, sustainable development and women’s human rights.