• ppuknepal

    Community Public Health Care Services

Paropakar Primary Health Care Center is an entirely non-profit making, non-governmental, non-political and social development organization. This organization was established with the core objectives of enhancing socio-economic conditions of the society through sustainable development process in order to help develop livelihood of deprived and marginalized segment of our community. The organization has been working throughout the country for the up-liftment of the deprived and under trodden segment of our society. The organization has given special priority for the enhancement of socio-economic condition of rural people, poorest of the poor and marginalized community and taking in consideration for the empowerment of women and low caste ethnic groups throughout the country. Since its establishment, it has been providing services in different sectors and social aspects, which include rural water supply and sanitation, community health and health education, primary health care services, environment conservation and forest management, rural poverty reduction, women empowerment, advocacy and net-working and non-formal education for different groups. It has put massive efforts for sustainable development by acquiring active and meaningful participation of the local community in each and every sector of our society.

Vision, Mission and Goal

PPUK envisions each Nepali citizen to be healthy, educated and able to live a life with dignity.

Its MISSION is to contribute towards advancing rural health, environment and education through enhancing processes, assets and capacities of rural poor and marginalized communities at individual, organizational and institutional levels.

Its GOAL is to contribute meaningfully to reduce poverty, and social and political disparities in Nepali society. In order to achieve its goal, following are the major strategic interventions:

  • Community based drinking water and rural health development
  • Community based environment conservation
  • Community education and empowerment

Networking, resource mobilization, sharing and collaboration