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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