Hunger & Livelihoods

Tuesday 3 January 2023

Chitraman chooses farming in his own village over foreign employment

Chitraman left his job in Malaysia and came back to Nepal three years ago. Now, he is farming tomato, Akabare chilli, cauliflower, and various seasonal vegetables in four ropanis of land, earning up to NPR 3,00,000 in a season of six months.

Friday 30 December 2022

Trainings helped them start a new life

“I always thought that only people from rich families do business or have the opportunities. But the training made me realize that even people like me who have limited knowledge and little resources can own a business", shares Sunita.

Wednesday 10 August 2022

Goma, the independent youth entrepreneur

Goma earns an average of NPR 35,000 every month and has started saving some profit from her income in a cooperative. She has already started investing in fixed assets for future. She has proved to be an exemplary youth from her community and constantly encourages other youths to startup their own business and to save money.

Tuesday 5 July 2022

Nabraj received the support right on time

Nabraj never thought he would make such a profit from his business, and he thanks the project for teaching him the right techniques, tips and tricks in the right time.

Tuesday 23 February 2021

Farmer to Farmer (F2F) approach for sustained livelihood

At Udayapur, Save the Children continued to support farmers through F2F approach even during lockdown.