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The IME Foundation focuses on operating within the company's CSR Policy and covers a broad range of areas related to public welfare, including children's education, health and sports, as well as community and environment.


IME holds a strong belief that every child deserves access to quality education to secure a brighter future. The foundation's primary objective is to offer scholarships for education and take guardianship of 100 underprivileged children by the end of the fiscal year 2078/79. Additionally, it provides scholarships for university students as well.

Health and Sports

The IME Foundation participates regularly in health camps, blood donation drives, and other check-up events in local communities. It also holds an annual open tennis tournament for boys and girls under 16 years old, aiming to promote an interest in sports and encourage good health practices among children. Moreover, the foundation donated health equipment worth approximately Rs. 30 million to the Government of Nepal to aid in the prevention and treatment of COVID-19.


Given Nepal's abundance of natural resources, the IME Foundation endeavors to play a role in addressing the issues arising from environmental crises. It firmly believes in mitigating significant environmental challenges, including deforestation, pollution, health hazards, and extreme weather, to the best of its abilities.


IME is highly dedicated to reaching out to communities and empowering them with resources through proactive engagement in social welfare activities, with the aim of enhancing the living standards of Nepali residents. Additionally, the foundation assists in building disaster-resilient communities in remote areas.

IME foundation has declared that it will award a yearly scholarship of USD 10,000 to two students pursuing a Master's degree in software engineering in South Korea, as well as offering them a chance to participate in a paid internship at GME Korea.