Our partners

Purnima is led by the Government of Nepal through the National Reconstruction Authority and managed by Mott MacDonald – a global engineering, management and development consultancy. It is funded by UK aid from the UK government.

Purnima is being implemented at all levels of government – federal, state and local. It works closely with the Ministry of Water Supply, Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration, and the National Reconstruction Authority.

It partners with a number of national and international partners for its reconstruction and recovery work.

Reconstruction of rural infrastructure

Construction of foot trails is led by the World Food Programme.

Trail bridges are being built through the Trail Bridge Support Unit, a Swiss Development Cooperation project implemented by Helvetas with support from local partners.

Water supply reconstruction and recovery efforts are led by Oxfam and CARE working alongside district partners. CARE leads a consortium with Save the Children and DanChurchAid.

School construction work is being undertaken in partnership with local organisations GEOCE and SAPPROS Nepal.

Private sector development

Purnima is working closely with the Confederation of Nepalese Industries and District Chambers of Commerce and Industries and partnering with banks and financial institutions including Muktinath Bikas Bank and Mero MicroFinance.

Challenge fund

Purnima’s is working with grantees at the district level to implement its challenge fund projects.

Gorkha: PHASE Nepal

Rasuwa: A consortium led by CDC Nepal

Dhading: A consortium led by DanChurchAid

Nuwakot: A consortium led by SAPPROS Nepal