• Empowering community

    Empowering community

  • Orientation on 'Build back safer concept' in Rasuwa

    Orientation on 'Build back safer concept' in Rasuwa

  • Bringing smile through rebuilding home

    Bringing smile through rebuilding home


Support Group for Shelter

LUMANTI is a non-profit making organization established in 1993. It is dedicated to the alleviation of poverty in Nepal through the improvement of shelter condition.  Since establishment, Lumanti has been focusing its work in the informal settlements and marginalized communities in the cities and towns of Nepal. It focuses on slum upgrading, housing projects, saving and credits, water and sanitation interventions, education program, research, advocacy, strengthening community organizations and many more.

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Process of Vulnerability and Capacity Assessment

Risk and vulnerability assessment Risk mapping workshop has been conducted in all the communities through active participation of community member. The video documentary focusing on the process of vulnerability assessment Risk mapping is produced by Lumanti in partnership with Cord Aid.

Where Lumanti Supports

Together with concerned government and non-government line agencies along with local stakeholders and funding partners, Lumanti Support Group for Shelter, at present, has been working with 13 districts covering 25 urban and rural centers in Nepal . We are focused on slum upgrading, housing programs, community finance promotion, water and sanitation interventions, disaster risk reduction, education program, research, advocacy, strengthening community organization and many more.

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An Inception Workhsop in Sundar Haraicha

A Project Inception Workshop was conducted to brief and inform about the  project modality, implementation approach and project activities in Sundar Haraicha Municipality in Morang. Chief Guest of the workshop, Naresh Prasad Pokhrel, Chief of the Morang District Coordination Committee, inaugurated the workshop. 
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Grant Support –enabling factor to rebuild home

Ram Bahadur Bulung Tamang, 65 and his wife Urki, 52 of Dhunge, Laharepauwa Ward 7 in Rasuwa have managed to rebuild their home after the joint support from Lumanti Support Group for shelter and Cord Aid Nepal. 
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My Home – resilient but costly!
My Home – resilient but costly!
Apsara Acharya is a single mother living in Rasuwa with her three children (two daughter and a son).She was feeding her animals outside her house when the devastating earthquake hit the ground in April 25,2015.
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Financial Grant encourages to build safer home
Financial Grant encourages to build safer home
The announcement of three hundred thousand rupees financial grant from the government, for the earthquake survivors to build their home, has encouraged Rama Devi and her daughter-in-law Kopila Adhikari. 
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Desperate for better home
Desperate for better home
The family of Til Kumari Dhakal was performing ritual deathanniversary puja at the time of the April earthquake. "We could not even complete our ritual process, the ground started shaking and we managed to escape to the safer place....
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Kathmandu, Nepal


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