INF Australia works with some of Nepal’s poorest and most vulnerable people in Nepal. We care for people with illness, injury and disability through hospitals and community-based rehabilitation. We support and empower women and men as they work for positive change in their communities.
Now, as community transmission of COVID-19, food insecurity and economic vulnerability begin to skyrocket across the country, we are coordinating with local and provincial governments to prevent and respond to outbreaks, provide emergency relief, raise health and hygiene awareness, and support people’s livelihoods.
INF has always been caring for Nepal’s poor and disadvantaged people since…
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INF Australia is a member of the Australia Council For International Development (ACFID), the peak body for international development organisations, and signatory to ACFID’s code of conduct.
INF Australia is a member of Missions Interlink, a network of Australian Christian agencies involved in cross-cultural and global mission.
INF Australia’s office is located on the lands of the Wallemadegal and Cammeraygal peoples of the Eora Nation. We respectfully acknowledge traditional owners of lands on which we work and recognise their custodianship and continuing connections to land, waters and community.
Donations of $2 or more to The International Nepal Fellowship Australia (ABN 75 090 528 500) are tax deductible.
INF Australia is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission (ACNC) and as a Public Benevolent Institution with Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status with the Australian Tax Office.