About Abiral Foundation

Abiral Foundation was conceived during our relief efforts for 2015 Nepal earthquake, after we witnessed dire socio-economic conditions in rural communities. It started with an idea of working at the community level by incorporating sustainable methods. Shortly after the earthquake, from 2015 through 2016, we worked under the organization named Alliance for Health Aid and Awareness (AHAA) that conducted health missions in Nepal’s rural areas to improve healthcare affordability and accessibility.

Our Vision

Healthy and prosperous rural communities.

Our Mission

Socio-economic empowerment of rural communities in Nepal.

Our Approach

We are systems thinkers, so we plan our interventions after careful assessment of the underlying socioeconomic issues, such that, in addition to improving the target issue, they also benefit other sectors crucial for sustainable development. Sustainability is central to our work- our interventions are designed for long term impact, and we ensure our efforts can be continued by rural communities. To evaluate the effectiveness of our interventions, we measure the impact of our interventions, and when shortcomings are found, we adjust our approach. During our field works, whenever it is possible, we collect data on socio-economic and health indicators and make them publicly available for research purposes.