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Indreni Rural Development Centre Nepal (IRDC)


Indreni Rural Development Centre (IRDC) Nepal is a non-governmental organization (NGO) established in 1994, with the ultimate aim of sustainable development of rural communities of Nepal by mobilizing indigenous human and natural resources and with optimal utilization of locally developed technologies. It is registered in the District Administration Office in Butwal 02, Rupandehi, under the Association Registration Act 2034 and is affiliated with the Social Welfare Council under the Social Welfare Act.

This organization is working in various parts of Nepal in the fields of Education, Livelihoods, Environment, Disaster Risk Reduction Resource Management, Water Supply, Sanitation, Human Rights Promotion, and Good Governance, among others, in partnership with various government and non-government organizations. In order to systematize the organizational activities, IRDC has developed and implemented Financial and Admin Policies, Human Resource Management Policies, Gender and Social Inclusion Policy, Resource Mobilization Guideline, Emergency Relief Fund, Code of Conducts, etc. The organization has efficient human resources and an active board of directors to manage the organization's programs and activities.

Currently, the organization is working with IM Swedish Development Partner Nepal (IM) in the Social and Economic Empowerment of Marginalized Communities of Butwal 02, Rupandehi, and FHI 360 in the Civil Society Mutual Accountability Project in Butwal 02, Rupandehi, and Palpa districts. It is also implementing a WASH project in Buddhabhumi of Butwal 02, Rupandehi, with the support of the Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Fund Development Board. Similarly, this organization is working with IM and The Charitable Foundation (TCF) of Australia for "Livelihood Improvement of Tharu Communities (LIT) through Effective Management of Ponds in Buddhabhumi, Butwal 02, Rupandehi. This organization is working with Butwal 02, Rupandehi municipality, Banganga municipality, Shivraj municipality, and Mayadevi rural municipality in the Safer Migration (SaMi) Program with the technical support of Helvitas Nepal.

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