FAIRMED operates from its own country offices in Sri Lanka, Nepal, India, Cameroon and the Central African Republic. Our projects run for an average of four years and are designed in such a way to ensure that the structures remain in place after we are no longer playing an active role.

To this end, it is necessary to get a clear picture of what is lacking in order for local people to find health in their lives – and to remain healthy. In a climate of respect and mutual learning, we incorporate the local people in the configuration of projects from the very outset. We also work throughout with partner organisations, governments, health authorities and volunteers. This is crucial for our aim of strengthening local health structures enduringly and sustainably.

Our country manager for Nepal Nirmala Sharma. She is sitting at her desk and writing something in a notebook. She has long black hair and is wearing a pink scarf and a gray-brown blazer.

No one should suffer or die from a curable disease

Sharma NirmalaCountry Coordinator Nepal