The Pahar Trust is a British based charity and was registered in 1993. Its main focus is raising the funds necessary and co-ordinating the construction of schools in remote areas of East and West Nepal. To date, 60 new schools have been completed and opened, and 24 schools have been renovated. The Pahar Trust has also raised funds for and co-ordinated 22 related, yet non-school building, projects. These include hostels as well as water, health and housing projects. The Trust also runs a child sponsorship scheme with over 100 needy children and families being sponsored. As well as the labourers and craftsmen, required for construction, The Pahar Trust employs a small team in Nepal, headed by four ex British Gurkha soldiers, who organize, plan and implement the charity’s projects in Nepal.
Green Tara Nepal, a non-governmental, apolitical and non-profit making non-governmental organization, established in 2007. It works in research, publications, advocacy, training and social mobilization in a holistic community development approach.
Green Tara Nepal works in collaboration and cooperation with community people,CBOs, NGOs, civil societies and, external development partners at national and international level and. It works in close coordination with the government sector at federal, provincial, district and local level.