Why Us

Why Us

Meticulous Problem Analysis and Planning

Chandra Foundation bases its action plan on the basis of detailed research and analysis. First of all, identifying the issues of the society of the target region is essential. After the issues are determined, it is only then that we move to the next phase of action. For instance, in Sindhupalchowk, it was necessary to identify the issues related to women and children so that the actions of the social reformations could be as effective as possible.

Simple and Practical Approaches

A collaborative effort to bring change in society does not necessarily require a solution that is good only on paper rather than being good during the actual course of action. Thus, understanding the basics, Chandra Foundation adapts to measures which are simple and practical as far as possible. Our approaches are rather easier to adapt to and target the core of the problems.

Learn, Improve, and Act

What is even more important to just think of doing good is not neglecting the learning curve that comes on aiming to do so. As such, Chandra Foundation is in hands of adept individuals competent enough to realize that mistakes are part of human actions and learning from those is what helps to be successful. We are constantly looking for ways to learn and improve to spread our actions all around the nation.

Local Involvement

As a social-upliftment oriented organization, we have based our activities to be performed so that they bring the best on the lives of women and children in Sindhupalchowk, on the initial phase of our project. In doing so, it is also of prime necessity that the locals of the district are properly involved in the campaigns of the foundation. Active participation in such on large scales is bound to bring about the change we desire, and thus, we take approaches that involve as many locals as possible.

Diversity in Inclusions

It has been a common theme in recent times that campaigns similar to that of ours favor a certain group or region over others. While speaking and planning of a nation-wide social reformation, it is a must to have diversity in our service provision approaches. It is only possible to reach the goals that we have set upon ourselves with inclusion each and every group or regions that require the most of our services.