About Community Leadership Nepal Foundation (CLNF)
Community Leadership Nepal Foundation (CLNF) was founded on the objectives of inspiring community leadership and a commitment to deliver long-term sustainable project outcomes.
Projects are selected on the basis of contribution to community wellbeing as well as providing models for wide-spread application in Nepal.
Develop projects that personally engage Nepalese communities with the development of leadership and governance skills, to deliver sustainable outcomes.
CLNF’s vision is to undertake projects that empower communities to deliver long term sustainable outcomes. Projects are selected with the aim of providing models for application and benefit to other Nepalese communities.
CLNF’s goal is to use project-based leadership education and training to demonstrate how united and inclusive community participation can achieve long term sustainable benefits.
About Our Projects
Community Leadership Nepal Foundation (CLNF) works on the projects that make a positive and enduring impact to the everyday lives of community members. The objective is also to establish models that can also be followed by other communities . CLNF strongly believes that empowerment of community members through education and training is much more effective than providing just a financial help or building a physical infrastructure although they are necessary in some extent. In a long run, self-motivated and skilled community members can contribute better in national economy.
It is like the Fisherman story where teaching how to catch fish provides a sustainable outcome over just providing fish to deal with hunger.
The Ghyanphedi project involves a structured programme with a whole community engagement in improved access to education and life skills to all community members, particularly girls and young women who have been vulnerable to sex trafficking. Consistent with the objectives of Community Leadership Nepal Foundation, this project involves a plan based on empowerment of the community in a inclusive and cooperative manner. This 3 to 4 year project has commenced with a focus on economic and business projects, especially in areas like Agriculture and Tourism, Other project components will focus on adult education, social issues and community leadership and governance. The recent completion of a Girls Hostel and Empowerment Center will be a key part of our focus on Women and Girls Health and Education.Raised: $0.00 $0.00
The Manechauka project has been developed with the objective of setting up a model of how to achieve considerable widespread improvements in the quality agriculture education in Nepal. The project involves working with up to 250 students on Diploma in Agriculture courses in Food Science and Animal Science, by providing a range of improved applied education components including – • The provision of a working farm with separate plots that allow specific experience in areas such as propagation, new plant varieties and agribusiness knowledge, and • Classroom education that focusses on applied knowledge, especially on methods of improving farm management and productivity, minimisation of use of chemicals and effective agribusiness strategies, Training will also be given to students to learn how to pass on their knowledge in their own communities through structured education modules.Raised: $0.00 $0.00