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Our aim is to bring fullness of life to Nepali people, especially the most poor and disadvantaged. Scroll down to read about how we use your donation and how we maintain the highest standards of accountability in our work.
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How Your Money is Used
When you give to International Nepal Fellowship Australia, your donation contributes to:
1. Programs and People in Nepal
We support INF Nepal and other local Christian organisations in Nepal serving poor and marginalised people. We overcome poverty and injustice through programs that focus on:
- Health & Disability
- Community Empowerment
- Disaster Resilience & Climate Change Adaptation
We also support a small number of skilled Australians in roles that help build the capacity of our partners.
2. Engagement & Education in Australia
We encourage and equip Australian Christians, and people of all backgrounds, to walk alongside Nepali brothers and sisters and the communities they serve. Through quality education, awareness and advocacy programs in churches, schools and the community, we seek to help people walk more deeply in mercy and justice as an expression of their faith.
3. Fundraising, Administration & Accountability
INF Australia makes use of a small amount from each donation to ensure that we:
1. Effectively account for use of funds
2. Meet the highest ethical and legal standards in the way we work
3. Build a sustainable organisation for the future.
- INF Australia is accredited by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). We receive support through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP).
- 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 registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not-For-Profits Commission