Our Stories

  • Water for allWater for allApr 10, 2015August 2009; The Sundevi User committee, comprising of 49 members in Suklaphanata Wildlife Reserve, Jhalari village of Kanchanpur district has been cultivating Camomile (Matricaria chamomilla)' a herbal plant to extract oil. The herbs are being distilled into valuable essential oils under the supervision of Biosys-Nepal Ltd to ensure that the oil quality meets the high standards needed for selling as organically grown oil in the European market.

  • Access to energy improves lives, livelihoodsAccess to energy improves lives, livelihoodsMay 19, 2014August 2009; The Sundevi User committee, comprising of 49 members in Suklaphanata Wildlife Reserve, Jhalari village of Kanchanpur district has been cultivating Camomile (Matricaria chamomilla)' a herbal plant to extract oil. The herbs are being distilled into valuable essential oils under the supervision of Biosys-Nepal Ltd to ensure that the oil quality meets the high standards needed for selling as organically grown oil in the European market.

  • Irrigation canal draws communities from foraging to agricultureIrrigation canal draws communities from foraging to agricultureMay 9, 2013

  • Nepal’s remote schools start computer classesNepal’s remote schools start computer classesApr 30, 201340 laptops contributed by DELL, a leading global IT company, have reached schools in eight districts of Nepal. All recipient schools have now begun offering computer lessons to students. This is the first time these schools are offering computer classes. The schools are located in villages powered by renewable energy sources promoted by UNDP and the Government of Nepal.

  • Improving the livelihood of the poorImproving the livelihood of the poorApr 2, 2013December 2007; Endowed with abundant water resources, Bhimgitthe village is situated in Baglung district, the western development region of the country where most of the people live in abject poverty. Most of the villages in the district are difficult to reach and even a near village requires a rough walk for 5-6 hours. Most of the people living in the area fall in the category of ethnic minority and marginalised community (dalits).

  • Power lights up lives of poor in rural NepalApr 2, 2013Not long ago, people in Taman, a remote village in Nepal's Baglung district had no electricity and no radios or televisions. Using computers and accessing the Internet was only a dream. Now that all households have electricity and street lights illuminate the village, the dream is no longer far-fetched.

  • Rice husk stove: locally affordable technological gift to a villageRice husk stove: locally affordable technological gift to a villageApr 2, 2013

  • Conservation in Thakurdwara bufferzone, Bardia National ParkConservation in Thakurdwara bufferzone, Bardia National ParkApr 2, 2013

  • Rural energy lights up 239 households of a remote villageRural energy lights up 239 households of a remote villageApr 2, 2013

  • Saving more lives with small investmentsSaving more lives with small investmentsApr 2, 2013