Hello & Welcome

Welcome to NCDF – a successful international partnership.  We’re a registered Canadian charity that supports development projects in eastern Nepal.

The video below shows a recently completed project – supplying
improved cooking stoves throughout the Namsaling region.

More information can be found in the latest news section as well as the projects page.


We are are continuing to provide relief in the
Sindhupalchowk region after last year’s devastating earthquakes.
These images were taken by NCDF director Byron Bignell in early June 2015.

NCDC is currently providing material support  – tents, tarps and food for stricken areas in the Sindhupalchowk region.   Please see our Facebook page  for the latest news.

The need for support is ongoing so if you haven’t supported any
relief organizations yet you can donate here.

Thank you!

NCDC relief efforts in eastern Nepal


Welcome to a Successful International Partnership.

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The Nepal Community Development Foundation (NCDF)
is a registered Canadian  charity that supports development
projects in eastern Nepal.

Since its beginning in 1989, the Nepal Community Development Foundation has helped bring water, education, health, and hope to thousands of people in rural Nepal.

We are based in Toronto, Canada and Boulder, Colorado. Our projects are implemented by our sister agency in Nepal,
The Namsaling Commmunity Development Center (NCDC).

The video above describes an ongoing cooperative project.

The Namsaling Community Development Centre is a Nepali non-governmental, non-profit organization founded in 1985 to facilitate initiatives in community self-reliance. NCDC works in partnership with community members and organizations, local and central governments, other Nepali NGOs, and international partners.

Acting as a catalyst for local self-help solutions to rural development challenges, NCDC facilitates initiatives in non-formal education, agriculture, health and sanitation, water, income generation, communications, savings and credit, and environmental planning.

Through voluntary contributions, community initiatives are carried out by primary stakeholders and user groups. Governed by an independent, publicly elected Board of Directors, NCDC’s mandate is to promote community self-reliance by mobilizing collective action toward sustainable livelihoods.

NCDF / NCDC Project area | Eastern Nepal

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