[2015 to present] Income-generation Activity for Impoverished Women in Kathmandu valley, Nepal 

(with KOICA, 'Public-Private Partnership Program'/ Chang Pil-hwa School Fund / Community Chest of Korea/ Gyeongsangbuk-do Multicultural Family Support Center)

DoRunDoRun launched its Nepal project in 2015 in cooperation with KOICA. It established a local NGO, Asia Women Bridge Nepal (AWBN), jointly with EKATA and, through this organization, conducted a series of income-generation activities for impoverished Nepalese women. Then the Gyeongsangbuk-do Multicultural Family Support Center and the Community Chest of Korea funded the project to set up a bakery factory and cafes named “DD.” From 2022 to present, DoRunDoRun continues the vocational training in Nepal with a gender perspective, matching the Chang Pil-hwa School Fund with its own funds.

[2012~2015] Sewing Vocational Training for Income Generation for Impoverished Women

 (with Park Young-Sook Saleemter)

This project was DoRunDoRun’s first work in international development cooperation. Funded by the Park Young-sook Saleemter, DoRunDoRun provided sewing vocational training for Nepalese women in collaboration with EKATA Multipurpose Co-operative Society to empower their economic capabilities. Through the training, the women acquired new sewing skills or upgraded their existing skills and increased their income.

[2012] Supporting Project  for SARASWATI Elementary School in Nepal (2012)

 (with Korea Foundation for Women, 'Gosarison(Little Hands)Fund')

Funded by 'Gosarison(Little Hands)Fund' of the Korea Foundation for Women (KFW), DoRunDoRun provided stationery for students at the Saraswati School at Bhaktapur, Kathmandu Valley, and conducted activities to strengthen their rights to education. The Young Little Hands Grant envisions one child helping another child in need; one child who goes to school, plays with friends, and dreams about the future supports another child in Nepal not to stop studying due to selling labor for money.