Through agriculture (food security), environmental, Gender, health and capacity development projects, Norlha focuses on helping populations of the Himalayas to develop sustainable and long-term solutions to improve their living conditions.
Nepal, Switzerland
Sustainable agriculture programme

A sustainable agriculture programme (made up of three projects) across three districts of Nepal supports the farmers in sustainable agriculture, for example by providing drip irrigation systems, greenhouses, improved quality seeds, goats/sheep and related training.

Audit of our Employee Handbook

Audit of existing Employee Handbook and an edit of it. This would allow us to accelerate and improve the onboarding process of new volunteers or employees.

People & Recruitment

3 hours

Leadership Coach

Coaching to members of the Senior Management Team, so they can become better leaders for their team and for our organisation.

People & Recruitment

3-4 hours

Google Apps set up

Systems setup and implementation of Google Apps. Training and technical support for the staff


5 hours

Tech system review

An assessment of current IT infrastructure including costs, speed, reliability and security, Advice on various IT services and the cost-benefit associated with each option


4-5 hours

Grant writing template

Grant Template outlining the Organization’s mission, strategic plan, activities and budget. Tips and suggestions on customizing Grant Template for specific grants.

Marketing & Communication

3-4 hours

Description of the project

Norlha is a non-political, secular and non-profit NGO based in Switzerland and providing development assistance through various projects in Nepal and Bhutan, in cooperation with local and international partners.



Helping people in the Himalayas 

"I would not have trained as a mason before I had gender equality training with Norlha's Mahila project." Sunimaya Gurung trained by Norlha and earning equal pay with men under Norlha's post earthquake "Building Better Lives" project in Rasuwa and Dhading, Nepal. Encouraging!

9 months ago

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