Nepal Mission exists to show the love of the Father by sharing a message of hope and meeting the needs of the poor and disabled people of Nepal.
The mission has been instrumental in meeting needs in small remote villages of Nepal and providing food, blankets, clothing, medical and school supplies, livestock (goats, cows and water buffalo), as well as building supplies. These people are true outcasts of Nepali society—the untouchable caste and disabled who are mistreated and ignored. Meeting physical needs demonstrates that the Father cares about them and loves them.
Project Manager Ruth Parajuli started doing mission work with her family in Nepal in the early 1990s. Ruth moved to Colorado in 2001 and has continued visiting and sending funds back to the disabled and poor in her home country. The mission expanded through New Horizons in 2009.
Supporting the work of Nepal Mission gives poor and disabled people the human dignity they deserve, and also provides them with a means of subsistence, giving hope for the future. Please consider donating towards this project and/or becoming a regular supporter of Nepal Mission.