Rabi Lamichhane Foundation is a non-for-profit company registered in Office of Company Registration, Kathmandu under Company Act 2063 with registration number 205636, and registered in Social Welfare Council with SWC Aff No 49777. It’s working sector is community and rural development. 

Rabi Lamichhane Foundation is established under the chairmanship of popular media person Rabi Lamichhane. Lamichhane is one of the most popular TV journalists working in Nepal. Regardless of having a US educational degree and best job prospects over there, his deep patriotism to his motherland Nepal has brought him back to his country with a big passion to serve her in his own little way. In Nepal, he hosts a hugely popular television show, Sidha Kura Janta Sangha, which addresses the root causes of different problems inside the country. His personality, the substance of the show and his style of presenting has made him the most popular journalist in Nepal. His popularity has spread to nook and corner of Nepal and he has a huge fan following. He is best known for his detective style journalism and raising direct questions to Nepal’s bureaucracy regarding the problems of their offices in various sectors. Besides, he also works for eradicating various corruptions that have engulfed Nepal and has been detrimental to peace and prosperity of the Nepalese people.  He also holds the world record for hosting the longestever television talk show broadcast in News24 Television in April 2013. He has led the campaign and successfully built and handed over 54 houses for Mushar Community in remote Saptari, whose houses has been flooded away by Flood and Landslide in 2017. He has also helped countless people in their need through his media or leading the campaign for fund raising in their need. A big-hearted person who understands feelings of the deprived society of Nepal, Lamichhane is now leading the campaign to build Raskot Community Hospital, a 15-bed rural digital community hospital in Raskot, Kalikot. 

Rabi Lamichhane Foundation has signed MoU with Raskot Community Hospital, so as to build Raskot Community Hospital in rural Kalikot. The Foundation accepts charity from around the world and is open to collaborate with Government and Government bodies to build the hospital and handover to the concerned, based on mutual understandings and agreements of all the stakeholders.