About Us

Ramesh Gupta Memorial Trust is a non profit & non- political organization; we are an institute that is focused purely on social, humanitarian and charitable welfare of impoverished child patients.

Ramesh Gupta Memorial Trust was established in September, 2018 in the fond memory of Late. Shri Ramesh Gupta, a well-known Nepali industrialist and philanthropist, who passed away in April 2018 after battling cancer for one and a half years.

We are an NPO based in Kathmandu, Nepal, working towards creating public awareness about Child cancer, providing financial aid to economically challenged patients, organizing counseling and support for cancer patients and their families, and supporting any other form of activity associated with the fight against child cancer. Additionally, we initiate different aspects of our resources in order to help prevent child cancer, by instigating medical and health care programs into rural communities, building and supporting awareness camp as well as educating the general public about chilld cancer and its treatments.

Our motto and it’s inspiration

“Seva Parmo Dharma”- a quote from the Bhagwat Gita meaning “Service is the highest religion” is the main slogan of Ramesh Gupta Memorial Trust; a resilient belief in the philosophy that service of society in any form is service for the nation and service of the needy is service to God.

The Ramesh Gupta Memorial Trust is registered under Company Registration Act, 2063 and affiliate with Social Welfare Council of Nepal and recognized by Inland revenue Department of Nepal for Tax Exemption. The trust is essentially a CSR initiative of Ramesh Corp. The trust has been doing sterling work fighting against Child cancer across Nepal. We have been continuously occupied with researching and helping Child cancer patient to beat and overcome their terrible situation. Eventually we want to be a beacon of hope for thousands of under privileged Child cancer patient who have innumerable difficulties overcoming the disease.


During our four and half years of establishment, we have assisted full financial assistance to 30 children with cancer. Among these 90% are of blood cancer.
We are happy to share that 11 children have totally recovered and continuing their further study. Fourteen are still under treatment and we are giving our best to provide them comfort zone. We have organized several Awareness camps, Blood donation programmes and survivors meeting during these years of operation.

International Collaboration

Our Impact with International Collaboration with World Child Cancer and UK AID.


With technical partners Kanti Children’s Hospital and TACC, the Ramesh Gupta memorial trust has received a GBP 300,000 grant from World Child Cancer, UK Aid to carry out the project titled “improve the child oncology outcome in Nepal.” We have ensured that the project reaches and uses the budget and proposal that were approved. We have tried our best to cut down on administrative expenses and put every rupee we have at work for better results. With our technical partner, we have organized the following events and programs, which will undoubtedly have greater impact on reducing child cancer challenges

Our endeavor with International Collaboration

  1. Set up a nursing fellowship program at Tata Memorial Hospital in India to help them become more adept at treating children with cancer.
  2. Set up three shared care centers in different parts of Nepal to bring treatment  close to people’s homes.
  3. Arranged sessions on nursing curriculum for the purpose of instructing additional personnel in pediatric oncology.
  4. For family and patient support: In an effort to lower the rate of treatment abandonment, various events were periodically organized.
  5. Awareness and advocacy event: To make people aware that child cancer is a disease that can be cured, we have organized a number of programs, such as International Childhood Cancer Day, World Child Cancer Day, and Child Cancer Month.
  6. In order to identify signs and symptoms of childhood cancer at an early stage, organized training sessions with medical professionals on early warning signs and symptoms.
  7. Procured and presented high-end biomedical equipment for Kanti Children’s Hospital’s HDU ward.
  8. Program for engaging stakeholders: We tried to set up these kinds of programs to give pediatric oncologists, social groups, and government officials a place to talk about the problems with treating children with cancer and how to solve them.

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