Mr Ganesh Ram Shrestha, Executive Director of CRT/N receiving the award " The Adaptation at Scale Prize" on behalf of CRT/N from Honorable Minister for Forests & Environment, Mr Shakti Bahadur Basnet

Big congratulations to Ms Ramila Rai for receiving “Best Entrepreneur” Honor from Halesi Municipality, Khotang. She was supported from Scaling up Energy Access through Women’s Economic Empowerment (WEE Nepal Programme), CRT/N. The objective of WEE Nepal Programme was to contribute to Economic Empowerment of rural women through energy based enterprise development.

Students from four different schools from Katari, Udayapur district who participated in Art Competition organized by Advocacy Project.

Krishna Bd. Shrestha growing tomato under plastic tunnel at Dhungkharka, Kavrepalanchwok district

Happy ICS User from EVD Project site, Chyamrangbesi, Kavrepalanchowk district

Improved Water Mill (IWM) Runner in factory of Banepa Falam Udhyog

About Us

Centre for Rural Technology, Nepal (CRT/N) is a professional non-governmental organization engaged in developing and promoting appropriate rural technologies effective in meeting the basic needs and improving livelihood of rural people. Established in August 1989 under the Company Act, CRT/N has been re-registered with Government of Nepal (GoN) under the Social Organization Registration Act 2034 since October 1998. The organization is actively engaged in upgrading traditional technologies as well as developing new technologies with diversified and versatile applications to meet rural needs.


CRT/N as a professional/innovative organization and knowledge centre in renewable energy/appropriate technology delivering quality services to local communities for improving their livelihood.


Develop, promote and disseminate environmentally sound rural/appropriate technologies and strengthen capability of rural communities in creating better opportunities through mobilisation of local resources to improve their livelihood conditions.

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