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Introduction of Nepal Red Cross Society

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Secretary General As Sy in NRCS office with Red Cross workers

Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) came into being in 1963. It was recognized by The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in 1964 and affiliated to The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) in the same year.

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Nepal Red Cross Society shall remain an efficient, self-sustainable, and independent humanitarian organization committed to provide immediate relief to human suffering and reduce vulnerability, under the Fundamental Principles of the Red Cross, through its network of Red Cross workers throughout the country working closely with communities and governmental and non-governmental organizations in a democratic, transparent and participatory way.

The mission of the Nepal Red Cross is to relieve human suffering and to reduce vulnerability through community participation and mobilization of an increased number of volunteers, by expanding and strengthening the organizational structure of the society and by building links with governmental and non-governmental organizations.

With the primary objective of alleviating or reducing human suffering without discrimination on grounds of religion, race, sex, class, caste, tribe, nationality or political belief, the Society shall have the following functions:
- To serve war-victims, both civilians and army personnel, in times of armed conflict, and to work in the fields identified by the Geneva Conventions, including Tracing, in times of peace.
- To contribute to promoting and improving health condition, preventing of diseases and reducing suffering.
- To arrange for emergency relief services for disaster victims.
- To organize Junior and Youth Red Cross as an integral part of Nepal Red Cross Society and to conduct activities promoting their participation.
- To promote the Fundamental Principles of the Red Cross Movement and International Humanitarian Law with the objective of developing humanitarian ideals.
- To ensure respect for the International Humanitarian Law and protection of the Red Cross Emblem.

Sanjeev Thapa

Sanjeev Thapa

NRCS Chairperson

Nepal Red Cross Society acts as an institutional link in partnership between those who wish to assist and those who need assistance, and our dealings with partners, donors and beneficiaries reflect an attitude of organizational openness and transparency.

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Dev Ratna Dhakhwa

NRCS Secretary General

Nepal Red Cross Society, guided by the seven fundamental principles of the Red Cross Movement, servers communities to address the needs of most vulnerable communities and change their lives. It works in partnership with national and international stakeholders and actions are focused towards alleviating human sufferings, providing health, disaster management, and other emergency services.

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Umesh Prasad Dhakal

NRCS Executive Director

Nepal Red Cross Society, as an auxiliary to the Government in the humanitarian field, reaches more than 2.5 million people every year throughout the country with diverse programmes, projects, and activities. NRCS putting all possible efforts to build resilient communities.