HAT seeks to help people in New Zealand understand and support the poor and disadvantaged in Nepal.
We work in the areas of health, community development and relief work particularly among remote communities and the most disadvantaged. HAT is part of INF (International Nepal Fellowship) New Zealand
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Bajura is one of the remote mountainous districts in the western part of the country. The district is ecologically sensitive to climate change. A majority of the farmers rely on rainfall to grow crops, and the district suffers from extreme weather conditions.
The Care for Cure project supports people with leprosy. Every year more than 3,000 people in Nepal are diagnosed with leprosy. Many more will remain undiagnosed due to stigma, fear, and lack of medical expertise. While for many, it is about battling …
For over 65 years Green Pastures Hospital (GPH) in Pokhara has been providing treatment and care for people living with leprosy. The work at GPH also includes treatment and rehabilitation for people living with spinal cord injuries and …
HAT (Humanitarian Aid Trust) is one of our partners who supports the work of INF. We are grateful for the support of people and groups in New Zealand who care for the poor and marginalised people of Nepal.
Executive Director, INF Nepal