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IME Foundation

IME Foundation is a privately owned, self-regulatory international organization working under Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Policy aided and guided by the IME Group and its mission and ethical values.

The Foundation aims at building a solid foundation for education and elementary healthcare specially for economically underprivileged children from around the country. It is also dedicated to innovative quick responsive programs in disaster and many other philanthropic activities.

The IME Foundation has contributed Rs.30 Million to the Prime Minister's Disaster Relief Fund during the devastating earthquake that severely struck central Nepal along with the capital city on April 25, 2015. The foundation has also supported in constructing a school building in Baglung Municipality, Amalachaur with nearly 40 Million of investment.

The IME Foundation assisted with 80 Oxygen concentrators (20 each) to various districts along with, 15 Oxygen Concentrators to the Isolation Center run by the Public Health Center. In addition, the Foundation has set up an Oxygen Plant worth about Rs. 1,28,00,000/- at Shukraraj Infectious Diseases Hospital, Teku, Kathmandu.

Bharosha Kosh

Despite the havoc and panic situation caused by the pandemic (COVID 19), the IME Foundation stood at the frontline in offering humanitarian services within and outside the country. During the first outbreak of COVID, the IME Foundation launched "Bharosa Kosh" to support 79 bereaved Nepali families of the migrant workers who lost their lives from COVID-19 in foreign lands.

The IME Foundation guarantees that people take part voluntarily in various altruistic activities, such as charity work, blood donation programs, celebrating birthdays with senior citizens, and providing essential supplies to retirement homes.