Welcome to Development Project Service Center
Development Project Service Organization (DEPROSC) Nepal is a non-profit making organization, established in September 1993 under "Association Registration act 1978" as a non-governmental organization (NGO) and is also affiliated with Social Welfare Council (SWC). DEPROSC-Nepal has its Central Office in Kathmandu, Nepal and has two Regional offices one each in Biratnagar (Eastern region) and Nepalgunj (Mid- and Far western region). The Central Office is located at Thapathali, Kathmandu with necessary space and equipment to run as a national NGO.
The organization is governed by a seven-member Board of Directors, some of them are also the founder members of DEPROSC-Nepal. The Organization is headed by an Executive Director (ED) who is appointed by the Board of Directors. Four different departments are managed under the supervision of ED. In addition, Internal Audit Committee, which is accountable to Board of Directors (BoD) is in place for financial compliance and monitoring.
From the beginning, the organization has implemented various development programs and projects in several disciplines such as: natural resource management, community micro-asset, micro-finance, rural livelihood, education, health, nutrition, child development and disaster risk management. Out of 75 districts in Nepal, the organization has already made its active presence in 54 districts of mountain, hill and terai through various action-research projects, out of them 66 projects in 40 districts have already completed. By those activities, we have reached to over 250,000 families in different times and areas.
At present, the organization is working in 24 districts of 4 development regions. The organization was also involved in implementing different humanitarian support programs during national crisis such as in Koshi flood, diarohea outbreak in Jajarkot in 2008, insurgency (2003-2006), earthquake response in especially during food deficits in hill and mountain districts of mid and far west with support from United Nations World Food Program. /p>
We have also contributed in microfinance’s sector development of the country by providing directly lending services and by promoting microfinance/cooperatives in the hills. DEPROSC has collaborated in establishing and promoting two microfinance financial institutions, namely: DEPROSC Microfinance Financial Institution and NADEP Microfinance Financial Institution. The two institutions have serving over 130000 families at present.
USAID’s Business Literacy Program in Nepal
Beneficiaries participating in the literacy classes started on 16th November, 2014 .The literacy classes have been running in Banke, Bardia, Dailekh, Dang, Jajarkot, Pyuthan, Rolpa, Rukum, Salyan and Surkhet, in total 10 districts of mid-western region. Click below image to go to application