who are we ?

Our Mission

Together with our partners, we will save lives, defeat poverty, and achieve social justice.

Our Vision

We seek communities of hope, inclusion and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and all Nepali people live in dignity and safety.

Our Goal

By 2025, 2.5 million women and girls of Nepal have economic, social and political power and resilience to withstand shocks and overcome poverty and social injustice.

CARE Nepal puts women and girls in the center because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities.

What do we do ?

CARE Nepal works in partnerships with state agencies, donors, NGOs, civil society organizations, research institutes, private sectors, and also closely collaborate with community members. We work across the spectrum of humanitarian action and long-term development programs to address gender-based violence, women and girls’ leadership and voice, inclusive governance, sexual reproductive health, livelihoods, food and nutrition security, disaster risk reduction, and climate change

Care's Reach


Gender Justice & Health and Education Rights


Disaster Risk Reduction & Gender in Emergencies


Women’s Economic Empowerment & Climate Justice


Total Reach

Learning Corner

Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Commodity Voucher Assistance

Learning through mobile phones

Krishipath np | A mobile application

care Newsroom

Response to the cold wave and freezing temperature

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CARE Nepal appreciated by the Nepal Police

CARE Nepal has worked with communities and the security forces to increase access to justice mechanisms by creating a shared...

10 Years of SAMMAN

Over a decade, SAMMAN worked in 8 different districts (Kailali, Doti, Dadeldhura, Sindhupalchowk, Sindhuli, Kavre, Nuwakot, and Rasuwa) to improve...

Our Team



Assistant Country Director – Program Quality

Mona Sherpa joined CARE Nepal in August 2018 and is responsible for providing strategic, management and technical support to all the program teams of CARE Nepal. She brings with her close to 19 years of professional experience in diverse capacities across various countries in South Asia as well as countries such as Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Kyrgyzstan and Switzerland. She has largely contributed in the field of Women’s Rights, Governance, Climate Change, Disaster Risk Management and in the overall management of development interventions ensuring the feminist and human rights angle in all of her work. She also possesses expertise in tactfully working with various Government agencies and donors.



Assistant Country Director – Program Support

Shivani Dixit Adhikari joined CARE Nepal in September 2015. At CARE Nepal Shivani leads and manages departments like finance, procurement, logistics and warehouse, IT, administration and safety and security. She has more than 15 years of experience in the development and private sector and has handled multi-currency, multi-donor projects successfully. In the past she has worked with several big organizations like International Rescue Committee (IRC), Action Aid International and Population Services International (PSI).


Amendra Pokhrel

Business Development and Outreach Coordinator

Amendra Pokhrel joined CARE Nepal in September 2020 and brings with him 8 years of involvement and experience in humanitarian aid and international development fields. He has experience of working in the areas of fundraising, donor relations, report writing, donor reporting, and land tenure and property rights. With Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication from Tribhuvan University, Nepal, he is skilled in storytelling, news writing, editing, journalism, research, strategic thinking, critical thinking, and analysis.


Rachel Wolff

Country Director

Rachel joined CARE Nepal in July 2020. She brings 17 years of global development and emergency response experience to the role, along with a passion to empower marginalized woman and girls. An entrepreneurial leader, Rachel has previously managed a $60 million refugee response, led an $80 million consortium of seven NGOs and a dozen donors, and served as global safeguarding director for a large INGO. Rachel holds an MBA from the Wharton School, and a Bachelor’s of Science from Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service. She is a native speaker of Japanese, and has lived and worked in Japan, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Somalia, Kenya, southern Africa, and now Nepal.

Phone Number:

    • 01-5422800


    • npl.carenepal@care.org


    • House Number – 777/34
    • Jhamsikhel, Lalitpur
    • P.O. Box 1661, Kathmandu, Nepal

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