Who are we?

ONGD-FNEL is a not-for-profit organisation founded in Luxembourg in 1989 . Originating in Luxembourg’s scouting movement (Luxembourg National Federation of Scouts and Guides-FNEL), it supports numerous projects promoting the development of education in Nepal.


ONGD-FNEL promotes the values of solidarity, cooperation, commitment and responsibility by establishing strong local partnerships which ensure that its activities will function properly and bring results.




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    The taste of summer for €14 the bottle and €80 the box of 6 !

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    A pictorial journey through our photobook for €49

    You are interested in Nepal but haven't had the chance to visit yet ? Or maybe you've already been there, but you'd like to take a trip down memory lane? Don't miss out on a chance to travel through these images.   Discover our brand-new book, which showcases the beauty of Nepal through colorful photographs. You'll also be able to see some of our projects, to which the donations you make are sent!   If you'd like to support the continuation of our activities, treat yourself to a photographic jaunt for €49. 

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  • Atelier partenaires 06.06.2022

    Project Manager- Contract for 12 months

    Dans le cadre d’un remplacement de congé maternité et parental, l’ONGD-FNEL cherche à recruter un/une Chargé.e de projets Le/la chargé.e de projets (plein temps, 40h/semaine) est en charge de la gestion des projets de coopération au développement de l’ONGD-FNEL. Il/elle est le point de contact central pour nos partenaires locaux, les partenaires luxembourgeois et le MAEE et collabore étroitement avec la coordinatrice, le Comité de Gestion et le Conseil d’administration. Responsabilités Gérer les projets en cours et prévus au Népal, assurer leur bon déroulement, le reporting  vers les instances dirigeantes et la comptabilité de l’ONGD-FNEL, vers le MAEE et vers le MECDD Organiser un atelier de concertation entre partenaires au Népal et une évaluation externe des projets Maintenir la stratégie projets de l’ONGD-FNEL en collaboration avec le Comité de Gestion ; assurer que la stratégie projets soit en phase avec la réalité du terrain, les priorités de nos partenaires népalais et les politiques de développement locales Organiser et effectuer des missions de suivi au Népal (2 à 3 durant le CDD) Appui à la communication digitale et à la collecte de fonds Votre profil Diplôme bac +3 minimum dans le domaine de la coopération au développement 3 à 4 ans d’expérience dans un poste similaire La connaissance du secteur de la coopération au développement est indispensable ; un intérêt et une motivation sincère pour ce secteur sont essentiels Connaissance parfaite de l’anglais et du français, à l’oral et à l’écrit. La connaissance du luxembourgeois ou du népalais est un atout. Bonne connaissance des principaux logiciels informatiques (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint) Excellentes compétences rédactionnelles et de communication Excellentes aptitudes organisationnelles Capacités d’analyse et de synthèse ; esprit d’équipe ; flexibilité ; capacité à travailler de manière indépendante Capacité à s’adapter à des cultures différentes CDD 40H du 15/07/2023 au 15/07/2024 (12 mois), basé à Luxembourg-Ville Si vous souhaitez rejoindre une organisation dynamique qui favorise le développement personnel et encourage la formation continue, envoyez votre candidature (CV et lettre de motivation) par mail à l’attention de Nicolas Magnette, avant le 11 juin 2023 à :

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    April, last month in Nepal for Tamara & Catherine !

    This month started off differently for us than usual. At the beginning of April, we had the opportunity to visit several projects around Pokhara with  some ONGD-FNEL board members. We started in Baglung, where we visited the “DIRDC” project. Among other things, they enable the young beneficiaries to undergo vocational training to become certified tailors or plumbers. On our second day, we had the chance to visit two governmental schools supported by “Right4children”.  Most of the visits took place mainly in the outskirts of Pokhara. Besides the trips  we were also  able to enjoy the beautiful landscape of the area. After the two days on site, we hit the bumpy road back to Kathmandu. Tamara drove directly back to Pharping, as the scouts were already waiting for her. Catherine and Zoé had the opportunity to join the visit of “HRDC” ??(Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children). On the 5th of April, there was a big gathering in Pharping where all the partners of the ONGD-FNEL from the Kathmandu valley came to Pharping to spend an evening together and have a traditional Luxembourgish meal. In the following days, Tamara was still very involved in the scout camp and she enjoyed her time with the scout members. It was not only about work, but they also visited famous places in Pharping. Together with the SCLC team they cooked every day delicious nepali food and had a very nice culture exchange during the Newari night. They cooked Newari food and a Newari music- and dance group joined for the evening. The scout team was really motivated and helped SCLC in so many activities for example, they finished the painting work on the second floor from the ALRC site, carried doors and window to the site and made some eco-sitting made of bottles. After the big encounter, Zoé and Catherine headed back to Kathmandu. Catherine used her last three weeks at SAATH to organize a workshop with the beneficiaries of the Hakuna Matata project. In addition to the workshop, she and Zoé organized an online cooking course where they cooked momos with friends and family from Luxembourg. Zoé helped conduct different workshops and started a new English course with new participants again. All in all, it was a very good month for all of us, during which we made memories that we won't soon forget.

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    Franz Fayot visiting SCLC

    May 2nd, Franz Fayot, Minister for Cooperation and Humanitarian Action of Luxembourg, Peggy Frantzen, Ambassador of Luxembourg to Nepal, Shree Ram Lamichhane, Honorary Consul General of Luxembourg to Nepal and a delegation from the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs visited our partner Shikharapur Community Learning Center in Dakshinkali Municipality. Their visit was to observe the agricultural entrepreneurship project for young people and women, which we have been supporting since 2017.

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    A camp of 45 FNEL scouts in Nepal

    During the Easter holidays, a group of 45 FNEL scouts made a camp in Nepal and brought their support and their labor to our project in sustainable and innovative agriculture with SCLC in Pharping. A big thank you to them for their support and open-mindedness, and a heartful thank you to our partner SCLC for its warm welcome and generosity!   Photos : Philippe Dauphin

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