About Shwetashree Foundation
Shweta Shree Foundation (SSF) was established on 26th February, 2017, as a non-profit,charity oriented towards social service. SSF focuses on providing help to underprivileged and ultra-poor people so that they can help themselves to face their economic and social hardships and eventually become independent. The Foundation was established in the fond memory of Late Shreekrishna Shrestha, one of the famous cine and theater actors of Nepal, by his life companion Mrs. Ranjana Khadka who is well-known by her nick name SHWETA.
Mrs. Khadka was encouraged to establish this Foundation by the Majhi tribe of Sindhupalchok District. This happened when,Mrs. Khadka visited the Majhi Community to see the impact of the Mega earthquake of April, 2015. She was overwhelmed by the painful situation the Majhifamilies were going through.To the maximum pain to her heart, She found that people were living inside the fragile huts. MrsKhadka made announcement to develop an integrated model settlement equipped with modern facilities for the suffering people. After this announcement she established the ‘Shweta-Shree Foundation’ to implement the projectentitled Integrated Model Settlement for the Majhi people of Jhyadi, on the bank of Indrawati, a tributary to Nepal's largest river system, Koshi.
Sindhupalchok is the birth-place of Late Shreekrishna Shrestha. So, the first project of this Foundation is going to be implemented in this district.
To assist the people for improving their social, political, human rights and economic conditions especially of the underprivileged, indigenous, marginalized and ultra-poor through social justice and equity based participation in all spheres of development by appropriately using all the available local resources.
To build a comprehensive, democratic, self-dependent and united society.
To uplift the health, economic and social status of the targeted people.
Inclusiveness,participatory,neutral, good governance,accountability, transparency
- To improve the quality of education.
- To assist affected communities in recovery after the devastating earthquake of 2015 and to help with refurbishment of community properties.
- To create income generating opportunities for poorest of the poor.
- To increase the access in basic infrastructural facilities of community people.
- Facilitate the target beneficiaries in harnessing local resources, indigenous knowledge, skills