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1.The organization struggle to uplift the general people who are backward in every circumstances like socially, economically, politically and so on.

2. To maintain the overall development of the farmers, if assist economically and technically. It further help to drag them to follow the modern or scientific system of agriculture.

3. It assists to develop the small-scale industry, eradicate the employment problems and engage the people by providing sufficient tools for better production.

4. It helps to maintain the environment by making use of minimum natural means and resources for the sustainable development with the maximum peoples participation.

5. To conduct and maintain the inhabitants of rural settlement, sanitation, improvement of their day-to-day life, development of natural sources or advance development are some of the people’s welfare program.

Board of Advisors

  • Proff. Dr. Prem Kumar Khatri
  • Dhurba Bahadur Shrestha
  • Bishnu Prashad Khanal

Present Executive Committee

  • President: Er. Gunjan Gautam
  • Vice-President: Mr. Ashok Bikram Thapa
  • Secretary: Mr. Gopi Aryal
  • Joint-Secretary: Mr. Bikash Thapa
  • Treasurer: Ms.Rosi Adhikari
  • Executive Member: Mr. Ashmin Adhikari
  • Executive Membe: Rajani Khadka
  • Executive Member: Ms.Jyoti Pathak
  • Executive Member : Mr. Dan Bahadur Shrestha

C.D.O. Regd. No:-762/063/064

S.W.C. Affiliation No:-21362

National Office: Gothatar-8, Kathmandu, Nepal

Branch Office: Nilkantha-2, Dhading, Nepal

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SOPAN organized Deusi Bhailo event fund raising and cultural program at time of Tihar in October 2014. Deusi Bhailo event is a regular fund raising program of SOPAN started since 2007 from its establishment. SOPAN has been practicing this event also as approach to reach the public through cultural and religious event Tihar one of major festival celebrated in Nepal. Every year SOPAN organizes event where all distinguished members and volunteers of SOPAN move together giving special request letter to play the Deusi and Bhailo. As one of objective of the event is to collect to fund to support of program SOPAN but major part is gather sentiments of public and community members towards the organization and inform about good deeds through this important event in the form of song and other event .This event is done in Kathmandu valley targeting periphery area.

The Deusi Bhailo program is regular fundraising program of SOPAN. Under charity program SOPAN has been conducting Deusi Bhailo Program annually.

Objective of Deusi Bhailo Program

  • To raise the fund to provide skill development training and run employment and entrepreneurship based activities planned and conducted by SOPAN
  • To gather we feeling of public and community towards organization and to impart mission and vision to audience
  • To support for underprivileged women and youth especially in rural and semi urban area of Kavre, Dhading, Bajhang, Ilam and Nuwakot

We commit followings

  • Totally targeted to support underprivileged people supporting them to be self- employed and developing skilled manpower.
  • Truly selfless; dedicated for people or towards motivating them to be proactive citizens and entrepreneurs
  • An example of how can we run programs through voluntary sharing of resources
  • Belief of active participation in charity show and support for raising the funds each individually through participation.

SOPAN carries out its activities by generating funds from different sources. SOPAN accepts grants from various national and international organizations or individuals in a way that does not compromise its vision, mission and objectives In future, SOPAN plans to work in collaboration with different national and international organizations and individuals in the spirit of partnership.

SEVA is a volunteer mobilization program to encourage and invite as many international volunteers as possible to improve this situation, while they are experiencing the rich culture, natural splendor, and daily life of Nepal, one of the most beautiful countries in the world. SEVA is nothing but offering one’s skills through volunteerism, competence, knowledge, and resources full-heartedly for the purpose of others’ needs without any expectation of return. Traditionally, though, voluntary work is viewed as a selfless deed that is done for others’ good, today’s voluntary work is a little different and taken as helping others along with aiming to get something for their own. None of them are wrong because there is always an exchange of knowledge, skills, competence, and resources between two people, and hence this program is named SEVA which any volunteer with a good heart volunteers for good purpose.

  • To mobilize volunteers for progress of the community through engagement of youths and adolescents.
  • To increase the skill of volunteers and create awareness and sensitization through volunteer engagement in the sectors health, education, environment, human right, child rights, GBV, gender and mental /psychosocial issues.
  • To promote volunteerism in the international and local communities

Outcome/Achievements of SEVA

SEVA program is a volunteer mobilization program of SOPAN, started to strive for excellence by helping marginalized people in Nepal and schools of rural communities to improve their sanitation, hygiene, and teaching approaches and orienting them with skill-oriented learning promoting volunteerism. Community outreach programs will continue to be implemented as the driving force behind our goal of empowerment, and with the help of youths studying social work.

Furthermore, as its major achievements SOPAN have been able to mobilize more than 200 national youth volunteers, involve them in community-building activities and earthquake recovery program i.e AAWAS Project which is being implemented to provide voluntary support and logistics support to build temporary shelters, learning shelters, and provide psychosocial support. Likewise, SOPAN has been involving international volunteers in different programs who are interested to volunteer with the organization in a leadership training program and youth exchange program of SOPAN organized at the different times The organization is giving access to volunteers mainly in following activities .

  • Participation in Youth Leadership Program, seminar and workshop
  • Volunteer in School
  • Awareness program for youth/community/women and children on health, hygiene and sanitation
  • Sanitation work Camp in School
  • Teaching at School
  • Volunteering during epidemic/pandemic

Volunteers of SOPAN successfully build 3 temporary learning centers at Shree Kuwa Pani Devi primary School, Naubise VDC-5, Dhading Districts, Chandradaya Primary School, Kavre, and Balkumari Primary School at Lalitpur. The built school was handover after completion of reconstruction. All temporary learning centers were built in coordination and involvement of school authorities, volunteers political parties representatives, and local community peoples. In the reconstruction of this school, there were mobilized 30 volunteers of SOPAN.

The temporary learning centers were reconstructed by collecting available local materials in community and school, tin roof. Different individuals, students were supported by providing logistics materials, financial support, labor, and other required support during the reconstruction of those schools. This Learning center was built of Chandrajyoti Primary School at Basdole VDC Kavre, dated 8th Asadh till 12th Asash and handover to the school management committee by SOPAN. The school was built in support of Goldengate International College.

At first school above picture was demolished and then build a temporary learning center in the same building using available materials bamboo. The below picture is a new temporary learning center built by SOPAN. During this reconstruction of the school, more than 70 volunteers students volunteers were engaged daily for five days.

In 2010, it has organized agro- training to the farmers of Nalang-8, Dhading for bee farming. For this 9 farmers of the ward were involved. Nepal Agriculture Research Council has provided trainers for this project. SOPAN had coordinated the program by gathering youths from Dhading to Kathmandu. Now the farmers are engaged in bee farming. One month long training was also another effective program of the organization.

In 2009, SOPAN has organized an inter-college youth workshop on “Rural Development and its scope” in Tri-Chandra Multiple campuses. 30 students from different 10 colleges were involved in the workshop and gave workshop reports to Tribhuwan University.

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