PACE-NEPAL believes in collaborating with the government agencies at local, district and national level and forge partnership with the civil societies, NGOs/INGO’s and Federations at all levels to generate greater synergy and impacts on all its program to contribute to meeting the national goal and objectives.

PACE-NEPAL’s Frontline Development Partners (NGOs and Civil Societies) are:

  • 252 Community Based self-groups.
  • 3 Community Management committee
  • 13 Human Rights and Peace Groups
  • Peace Initiative Network (Jumla)
  • 10 Schools Peace and Management Committee
  • 20 Child Clubs
  • 11 Cooperative
  • 36 Ward Citizenship forum
  • 10 Information and medication center
  • 2 Internally Displaced People’s Forum
  • 13 Human Right Defenders
  • 2 District constituent feedback committee(Jumla and Mugu)
  • 10 VDC level constituent feedback committee
  • 10 Services Providers for IUCD Insertion Service
  • National, Regional and local Civil Society Organizations



PACE-NEPAL implements its projects from the financial and technical support of the following Funding Partners:


  • German Federal Ministry for Economic Corporation and Development
  • (BMZ) / Caritas Germany/Caritas Nepal
  • Caritas Australia, Caritas Nepal
  • Population Services International Nepal ( PSI-Nepal)
  • Social work Institute (SWI-Nepal)
  • SKM Hospital Kathamandu
  • Local Governance and Community Development Program (LGCDP)
  • Western Uplands Poverty Alleviation Project (WUPAP)
  • District Development committee Jumla
  • UNDP Nepal
  • Peace Initiative Network (PIN-Nepal)
  • Human Security Alliance (HSA) Nepal
  • International Rescue Committee (IRC) Nepal
  • FIEAN Nepal
  • Nepal Aid
  • D- Nepal foundation


PACE-NEPAL is associated with the following organizations and networks at national and international levels:
National Level

  • NGO Federation of Nepal
  • National and Regional l Food Right Network
  • Peace Initiative Network ,
  • Human Security Alliance (HSA) Nepal and