The Group for Technical Assistance (GTA) is a non-government, non-profit and non-political national organization based in Nepal. GTA was registered under the District Administration Office of Kathmandu in 1998 and has maintained its affiliation with the Social Welfare Council since then. Our core projects include education, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), gender advocacy and research, mainly surrounding public health. We adhere to community-based, bottom-up approach with a greater emphasis on uplifting the poor and marginalized groups in the country.
GTA Nepal was registered as a Non-profit and Non-Government Organization (NGO) under the Kathmandu District Administrative Office (CDO) and Social Welfare Council (SWC) in 1998. GTA conducts research, advocacy, and projects with support from national and international experts.
- District Administration Office Regd. # 119/005/056
- PAN # 302 888 689
- SWC Regd. # 12952
We vision a country where everyone has access to civil and human rights regardless of their gender, caste, religion, ethnicity and class. We intend to ensure that underprivileged, vulnerable and poor communities in Nepal benefit from developmental interventions.
Provide technical assistance to development actors for better efficiency and effectiveness in the way development activities are carried out in Nepal
Respect for Human Rights
We recognize the fundamental rights and values of all individual regardless of any difference and value inclusivity and participation.
We pledge to use our resources efficiently, set out and achieve measurable goals, produce transparent, fair and timely services. We maintain confidentiality and accountability with the clients, partners, staff, and communities we engage with.
We contribute our expertise by working with other public entities in making a tangible difference, particularly in the lives of the underserved individuals and communities in Nepal.
The Group for Technical Assistance (GTA) is a non-government, non-profit and non-political national organization based in Nepal. GTA was registered under the District Administration Office of Kathmandu in 1998 and has maintained its affiliation with the Social Welfare Council since then.