Volunteer Corps Nepal (VCN) is a non-profit, humanitarian and development organization that has been instrumental in providing access to relief, development projects and volunteer programs leaving no one behind. Established in 2006 AD, Community Development Center (now, the VCN) is affiliated to Social Welfare Council in Nepal that works on volunteer and project basis module.
There is one constant in fragile settings: they don’t follow a pattern. Today, we work to deliver life-saving aid to thousands of people living on the edge of survival. Tomorrow, when the crisis subsides, we will work alongside community members to restore job opportunities, build critical infrastructure, and develop education programs. And the day after that we will be ready for the next chapter. In fragile settings, every day brings new opportunities and fresh challenges. VCN has the experience and agility to meet the ever-changing needs of populations in vulnerable situations. We partner with them to develop a strategy for the future and create more enduring pathways to stability.
Our work is funded by our supporters & your donations literally save lives
We have reached 24 districts with our services and assistance.
Our total fund goes for assistance of people in need.
VCN has a network of 8,000 volunteers in ground, ready to act, immediately when the community needs them.
Wearing a medical mask is one of the prevention measures that can limit the spread of certain respiratory viral diseases, including COVID-19. However, the use of a mask alone is insufficient to provide an adequate level of protection, and other measures should also be adopted. Whether or not masks are used, maximum compliance with hand hygiene and other IPC measures is critical to prevent human-to-human transmission of COVID-19. WHO has developed guidance on IPC strategies for home care12 and health care settings11 for use when COVID-19 is suspected.