Nepal

The people of Nepal operate within the cultural caste system tied to Hinduism. One’s ability to find a job or earn a dignified source of income is directly determined by where she or he falls within this built-in social network. Ministering alongside our local partner in Nepal since 2009, we have been able to build…

With 95% of Nepal’s indigenous people groups considered unreached, we believe partnering with the Global Church to bring the gospel to these communities is not only invaluable, it’s critical! We also believe addressing physical brokenness creates fertile ground for spiritual transformation. This holistic approach to ministry is our focus as we partner with local leaders…

We’re taking a moment to reflect on the work of the Lord. As we look at this past year, we are reminded both of the origin of Mission ONE and the formation of each of our long-established relationships with our partners around the world. Here are a few of our reflections and what we’re celebrating:…

A couple months ago, we launched a campaign to fund a coffee project in Nepal. With your faithful impact, we are on our way to purchasing the land and initiating the groundwork for the coffee project. We want to take a moment to share how God has been working in the details for over a…

At Mission ONE, we partner with the local church in sharing the gospel with unreached people groups, but that’s not all. We also find creative solutions to sustain ministry in order for its reach to far surpass what can be seen in the here and now. Our partner in Nepal is no different! Since 2004,…

In 2008, the Nepalese government officially freed all bond-servants from their debts, however, there wasn’t an effective system in place to provide them with the resources they needed to thrive. Today, there are still many who have been left without their own land or homes, forcing them to continue working under the authority of their…

Over the past quarter, we’ve been diving into Mission ONE’s work with the Cave People. The Cave People, also known as the Chepang, are an indigenous group in Nepal that our partners have been ministering to for over a decade, helping them build homes and start a goat microeconomy to sustain an income. We’ve explored…

“We want to plant healthy churches in places there are none.” – Mission ONE Partner, Nepal. Mission ONE has the privilege of working in more than 21 countries all around the world, partnering to end poverty and make communities more like the Kingdom of God. Whether it’s with a women’s co-op in Kenya or with…

Nestled in the wild jungle of south-central Nepal, an indigenous tribe named the Chepang have made their home among the trees and were living off the land. A group of about 175 families, the community was nicknamed the “Cave People” for the caves they had carved in the hillsides to find shelter, homeless for as…

What happens to a community in poverty when disaster strikes? We often think of poverty as a combination of a few passive forces that hold back a community’s ability to be more like the Kingdom of God and pursue human flourishing. It can be experiencing hunger and a lack of job opportunities, basic education, clean…

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