Late Mrs. Margot Busak, Former Royal Nepalese Consul General for Baden-Wurtemberg, Germany, founded German Nepalese Help Association in Stuttgart, Germany in 1979. German Nepalese Help Association (DEUTSCH-NEPALISCHE HLFSCMEINSCHAFT e.V) was registered in lower municipal court (Amtsgericht) Stuttgart on 6th December 1979.
German Nepalese Help Association (GNHA) is a non-profitable, social and charitable organization working as an International Non-Governmental Organization (INGO) in Nepal. It believes and stands politically neutral, non-aligned and free from race, creed and religion. GNHA had its first general agreement with the then SSNCC (Social Service National Coordination Council) in 1989. Since then, it has been continuing its interventions in Nepal with General and Project Agreements with Social Welfare Council (SWC) in every five years.
It has about 450 general members and 1100 individual donors across Federal Republic of Germany. The financial resources of GNHA entirely depends upon membership fees and collection of private donation. Over 80 percent of the collected resources are spending in the areas of educational development, health services, human well-being and environmental awareness & infrastructure development in Nepal through partner NGOs and Governmental Organizations. GNHA promotes people to people helping approach and building solidarity among people of developed and underdeveloped countries. GNHA’s program aims and targets directly to uplift living standard of disadvantaged and marginalized group.