The Association of International NGOs (AIN), formed by INGOs working in Nepal in September 1996, is an important network in the development sector of Nepal as members have been implementing various people-centered development programmes throughout the hills, mountains and Terai areas.
Room To Read Lifts 3rd AIN Futsal CUP
August 22, 2015
Heartiest Congratulations to AIN Member " Room To Read" for winning the 3rd AIN Futsal Cup held on 22 August 2015.
This year 23 INGOs had participated: Search for Common Ground, Care Nepal, IFES , VSO, WWF, Mercy Corps , SNV , Handicap International , Plan Nepal, UMN , Water Aid, Heifer International, Helen Keller International, Samriddha Pahad , Action Aid Nepal , FHI 360, Restless Development, Room to Read, World Vision, Helvetas , Save the Children (White and Green), Equal Access and Practical Action. Hats of to all the players for putting up a harmonious and dignified show!!
Congratulations to other Titleholders as well:
1st Runners Up: CARE Nepal . 2nd Runners Up: Save The Children (white)
Player of the Tournament (Female) : Nikita Dangol, CARE Nepal. Player of the Tournament (Male) : Sanjeev Giri, FHI 360
Highest Goal Scorer : Rupendra Baidya, Room To Read 29 goals
Best Goal Keeper : Pawan Singh Karki, Room To Read
Best Fair Play Team : FHI 360
Most Inclusive Team : Plan International Nepal
AIN Futsal Tournament has been a wonderful medium to strengthen the membership bond. The highlight of this year being an "Inclusive Tournament" with women player as a mandatory rule of the game. The 1st AIN Futsal Cup was started in 2013, the winner was Practical Action. Likewise, World Mobilization had bagged the 2nd Cup in 2014. AIN hopes to continue this Futsal Saga in the coming years as well.
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AIN Press Release
July 29, 2015
INGOs provide life-saving support to the people affected by the earthquake and contribute to their long term recovery, says AIN
July 28, 2015
INGOs, members of the Association of International NGOs in Nepal (AIN) continue to work to address the needs of the population affected by the earthquake. The support came in response to a request from the Government of Nepal on April 25th and is provided within the framework of international humanitarian guidelines.
AIN organized an event to mark three months since the first earthquake. 87 INGOs out of 116 member INGOs of AIN showcased the scale and nature of the response in areas such as food and non-food distributions, injury rehabilitation, emergency health care, emergency education, shelter, livelihoods, water and sanitation, in all 14 priority districts and beyond.
AIN Appeal for Nepal's Reconstruction
June 25, 2015
The earthquake of 25 April 2015 and subsequent aftershocks have had a devastating impact on Nepal. More than 8,700 people have been killed and 22,000 injured, almost 800,000 houses have been fully or partially damaged, and nearly three million people need humanitarian assistance. Health posts, police posts, and other local government service delivery infrastructures have been damaged, as well as more than 45,000 classrooms, affecting the state's ability to deliver education, health and other primary services. Similarly, public property, infrastructure and historical and cultural heritage have suffered huge losses.
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