No one should suffer or die from a curable disease.

Go with us to the ends of the earth to honour this pledge.

Neglected tropical diseases

Neglected tropical diseases

occur in poor countries. Although they are easily curable, one in five of the world's population is a victim.

People with disabilities

People with disabilities

are severely disadvantaged in poor countries. Their chances of a normal life are slim.



Mothers and new born

Mothers and new born

related activities are key to achieve Universal Health Coverage.


  • Bridging Gaps and Building Networks: Empowering Persons with Disabilities in Nepal

    In an initiative aimed at fostering inclusivity and empowering persons with disabilities (PWDs), FAIRMED Foundation Nepal, in collaboration with various NGOs and the National Federation of the Disabled – Nepal (NFDN), organized a one-day district-level workshop on disability issues in Nawalparasi, Kapilvastu, and Rupandehi. This workshop not only shed light on the challenges faced by PWDs but also paved the way for transformative change.

  • Nepal Launches Comprehensive Survey to Confirm Lymphatic Filariasis Transmission in Mountainous Regions

    Nepal is intensifying its efforts to eliminate Lymphatic Filariasis (LF) as a public health problem by conducting a confirmatory mapping survey, specifically in its mountainous regions, to assess the presence or absence of LF transmission. The survey, using the Mini Transmission Assessment Survey (TAS) protocol, is being undertaken by Nepal’s Epidemiology and Diseases Control Division in close coordination with FAIRMED, USAID's Act to NTDsEast Program Nepal and WHO with the aim of confirming the disease’s endemic status in four districts: Solukhumbu, Manang, Mustang, and Dolpa.

  • Empowering Healthcare Heroes: A Comprehensive Training Program on Snakebite Management

    In the heart of Nepal, where agriculture thrives and nature's creatures roam freely, there lies a silent menace: snakebites. The picturesque landscape of Nepal, with its hot climate and abundant rainfall, provides an ideal habitat for snakes. Unfortunately, this coexistence has led to a significant public health issue, impacting the lives of farmers, plantation workers, herdsmen, and fishermen – the backbone of the nation. 

  • Success in the "ZERO Home Delivery Declaration" Initiative, Transforming Maternal Healthcare in Rupandehi and Nawalparasi

    In a significant milestone for maternal healthcare in Nepal, the "ZERO Home Delivery Declaration" initiative has made remarkable progress, substantially improving healthcare access for mothers and newborns in rural and underserved areas. This initiative, supported by the FAIRMED Foundation and local partners, has successfully reduced maternal mortality rates, aligned with Nepal's commitment to achieving Sustainable Development Goal 3 (SDG 3) of ensuring healthy lives and well-being for all.

  • Ultrasound camp at Sisnegaon, Rukum East

    FAIRMED Foundation Nepal is dedicated to improving healthcare services and access to health facilities in remote areas. Our primary focus is on enhancing maternal and neonatal health by equipping health institutions with essential equipment and conducting outreach programs. One of our recent initiatives involved collaborating with partners to organize an ultrasound camp for pregnant women in the Sisne Rural Municipality of Rukum East, Nepal.

What we do

Even those who are in poverty, disadvantaged or live in isolation should be allowed to be healthy. We help these people to stay healthy or to recover their health.