Sano Paila is a development oriented, non-profit making, community-based organization that was established with help from the community in 2006. It has a track record of successfully managing a diverse range of programs that tackle a number of complex issues (issues often ignored by the government, private sector, and state security system). Our focus areas span from youth empowerment, drug rehabilitation, to health improvement and advocacy, peacebuilding, crime prevention and reformation, anti-trafficking and child protection, access to education, livelihood enhancement, and crisis response. Each of the programs has local reach, breadth and ownership targeted to improve the lives of disadvantaged communities.
Building unified and empowered communities to build Nepal
Our working modality is partnership & participation. Our greatest strength lies in our ties with local communities where we work, ensuring our grassroots approach to development that lies at the core of our organization. We have a strong framework to work in partnership with local government, clubs, unions, and independent associations. We proactively involve government, private institutions, and volunteer organizations in planning, designing, implementing, and monitoring interventions. Sano Paila has designed and implemented programs through an extensive network of local, national, and international development partners, NGOs, and government agencies. Over the years, Sano Paila has receivied grant support from a wide variety of agencies, including UNICEF, ILO, Saamanta Foundation, Beyond the Orphanage Australia, and others. Sano Paila also has received a wide array of funding from government agencies and has been a major Sub-Recipient of Stop TB Partnership, TB Reach Wave 2 and Wave 3 in 2012 and 2013 respectively.