We appreciate the support of our partners and believe that our collaboration and partnership enables us to make a positive impact in the rural communities of Nepal. Together, we can achieve more and create meaningful change for children and communities in Nepal. We value our partnerships and the role they play in our work.
COYON partners with various government and non-government agencies in Nepal and international organizations to achieve our goals and objectives. We work closely with local government agencies to ensure that our programs and initiatives align with local policies and regulations, and to take advantage of available resources and support. We also partner with other NGOs to share knowledge, expertise, and resources, and to collaborate on projects and initiatives that benefit children and communities. COYON also works with international organizations to learn from their experiences and to expand our reach and impact. We are grateful for the support of our donors and sponsors, who help to fund our programs and initiatives. We work closely with these partners to ensure that their contributions are used effectively and transparently.
Hanuman B.V. Onlus is a non-profit organization based in the province of Verona, Italy. It was founded in 2001 by a group of friends who were passionate about traveling and had seen firsthand the struggles and hardships faced by children due to poverty and abuse in various parts of the world, particularly in Nepal. Hanuman ONLUS operates independently and is run entirely by volunteers who work without receiving any financial compensation. The organization aims to support and improve the lives of children and communities in need through various initiatives and programs..
Visit www.hanuman.it to know more about Hanuman Onlus.
We are contniouls working with Nepal Hilfe Aachen since 2006. NHA too, believe that Education is vital part of our society. So we are working on both in schools and women's education, projects for village development and projects in the health sector are the focus of today's association work.