Vision, mission & values

The heart behind our work

Vision —

The formation of well-nourished
societies throughout Nepal, free of nutrition problems and disorders.

Mission —

To improve the nutritional status of children and women through positive change in nutritional behaviour.

Values —

We value and respect all people, regard­less of gender, eth­nic­ity, caste, status, reli­gion or wealth.

We are truth­ful in all our deal­ings, respon­si­ble for ful­fill­ing our duties and honest in all han­dling of goods and finances.

We believe in empow­er­ing people to par­tic­i­pate in deci­sion-making and improve their own lives.

Care for the vul­ner­a­ble:
We give special pri­or­ity to those who are mar­gin­al­ized and vul­ner­a­ble, includ­ing women, chil­dren, and people living in poverty.

Cul­tural sen­si­tiv­ity: 
We seek to live and work in ways that are sen­si­tive and respect­ful to the rich cul­tural diver­sity in Nepal, recog­nis­ing the wide variety of customs and tra­di­tions in the com­mu­ni­ties we work with.

Envi­ron­men­tal respon­si­bil­ity:
We value the pro­tec­tion and con­ser­va­tion of our natural envi­ron­ment, rec­og­niz­ing that all humans, animals and plants live in an intri­cate depen­dency upon each other.

Polit­i­cal neu­tral­ity:
We work along­side and support gov­ern­ment activ­i­ties, but don’t have any polit­i­cal affiliations.

Code of Conduct —

NPCS has a com­pre­hen­sive child safe­guard­ing policy for the pro­tec­tion of chil­dren and vul­ner­a­ble adults asso­ci­ated with its work, and for the support of a safe and sup­port­ive working envi­ron­ment for all staff.  Please find our safe­guard­ing code of conduct here.

In the case of any safe­guard­ing con­cerns, please email NPCS to request contact infor­ma­tion for our safe­guard­ing officer.