Our Partners

Kanchenjunga Conservation Area Management Council (KCAMC) was established in 2003 with the purpose of managing the KCA as a whole by enlisting the help of neighborhood residents. Since its inception, KCAMC and its affiliated organizations have been engaged in conservation and sustainable development initiatives in accordance with the KCA Management Plan (2014-2018). Samriddha Pahad started collaboratively working together with KCAMC since 2015. As partners we have been working together in the conservation of Kanchenjunga area, building the infrastructure and working together for the welfare of the region.

Mahila Jagaran Sangha Ilam is a non-governmental organization affiliated with the Social Welfare Council (Affiliation No. 582) in 1991. By establishing district offices in Ilam and Panchthar, it has been carrying out social activities in other parts of the country as well.Mahila Jagaran Sangha has been conducting programs especially in the field of women empowerment and capacity development of the cooperatives. Samriddha Pahad has been partnering with Mahila Jagaran Sangh  since 2011.At present, the second phase of the Access to Finance and Tourism Promotion.

Samriddha Pahad has worked with these partners

  1. Environment Conservation and Development Forum, Taplejung
  2. Mahila Jagaran Sangh, Panchthar
  3. Integrated Development Society, Dadeldhura
  4. Samaj Sewa, Doti
  5. Working for Access and Creation Nepal, Accham
  6. Generating Income and Fostering Transformation, Bajura

Bank/ MFI Partners

1. NMB Bank Ltd
2. RMDC Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd
3. Nirdhan Utthan Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd
4. Bank of Kathmandu
5. First Microfinance Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd
6. National Cooperative Bank Ltd
7. Prime Bank Ltd
8. Solve Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd
9. Kisan Microfinance Bittiya Sanstha Ltd
10. Laxmi Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd
11. Sana Kishan Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Ltd

Founding Partner of Samriddha Pahad and Donor since 2009

(Chairman: Sir Graham Wrigley)
Chilworth Manor
Halfpenny Lane Chil worth Guildford

Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) formerly known as DFID

FCDO has funded Samriddha Pahad in the Project named SAFAL (2013 to 2015)