Volunteers Initiative Nepal, or VIN, is a registered non-governmental organization (NGO) situated in Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital and most populous city. VIN is one of many NGOs in Nepal that its developmental and humanitarian programs complies with the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The main objective of Volunteers Initiative Nepal centered around the disadvantaged and marginalized communities across the country.
Since its inception, VIN, in collaboration with other local and international NGOs working in Nepal, has deployed tens of thousands of volunteers to most parts of the country.
VIN focuses on rural communities’ empowerment through holistic development programs, and makes efforts to build more infrastructures while also reaching out to as many communities as possible.
VIN has significantly impacted many lives across Nepal throughout its existence. It has unimaginably lifted many communities and impoverished families from extreme poverty while providing quality education and health care.
Volunteers Initiative Nepal provides six major empowerment programs for youths and adults: Youth Empowerment, Disaster Risk Reduction, Women’s Empowerment, Environment Conservation, Children’s Development, and Health & Medical.