Enriching the lives of Nepalis with better nutrition

Nutri­tion Pro­mo­tion and Con­sul­tancy Service (NPCS) is a Nepali not-for-profit organ­i­sa­tion that works to improve the well­be­ing of women and chil­dren in Nepal through good nutrition.
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Based in Kathmandu, we work directly with communities across Nepal to reduce malnutrition and raise awareness about healthy eating. Through education and a food-based approach, we empower individuals to improve their own wellbeing and create long-term change. Our vision is to see all people in Nepal living in well-nourished and thriving communities.

What we do

We work directly with target com­mu­ni­ties across Nepal to improve nutri­tion through edu­ca­tion, support and a food-based approach. With a focus on the health of mothers and chil­dren, we live and work with com­mu­ni­ties over several years to see long-term change.

Our Projects

We work directly with com­mu­ni­ties affected by mal­nu­tri­tion in dis­tricts across Nepal. At the heart of each project is a desire to see Nepalis gaining and using knowl­edge to improve the health and well­be­ing of them­selves, their fam­i­lies and their communities.

Nutrition issues in Nepal

Mal­nu­tri­tion is a complex problem that affects the most vul­ner­a­ble in society. Nepal is a devel­op­ing country and the per­sis­tence of poverty is a major factor in poor nutrition.

Training and consultancy services

We offer basic nutri­tion train­ing and con­sul­tancy ser­vices for groups and organ­i­sa­tions in Nepal who want to develop their nutri­tion knowl­edge and ability to conduct com­mu­nity-level nutri­tion activities.

We are privileged to work with an organisation of integrity and vision, committed to support those most vulnerable with practical, appropriate interventions. 

— CMS Ireland

Drawing from practical, field-based skills and knowledge, NPCS provide trainees with relevant and applicable tools for engaging rural Nepali communities in the critical work of nutrition education.

— Peace Corps Nepal

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We send out a newslet­ter two or three times a year to keep our com­mu­nity up to date with our work.