Himalayan Nepal Foundation reaches to the local communities, particularly indigenous families, uneducated people, helpless women, drug addicted young men, women, children from vulnerable background street children, orphans and poor. The awareness programs attack the root cause of these issues –lack of education and lack of proper health. These people learn about the importance of education and how to maintain the good health. They also learn that their health is the main foundation for their every acts of the life. Girl trafficking is another big problem in Nepal. It is solely the problem due to lack of education and because of the poverty. When there is awareness, then girls learn about trafficking so that they can avoid tricks used by strangers who come to their villages and try to lure them.
Awareness campaigns against the given problems are designed to reduce the problems. These campaigns help them to know the cause and they know the effects of these issues. These campaigns also help them to understand how they can be socialized in the societies and live a better life. HNF focuses on using the local youths to teach their local people through plays, teaching programs, discussions, songs, and real stories with their testimonies. HNF also values the campaigns of health workers and doctors to create awareness for the local people. This awareness helps to reduce stigma and discrimination by providing a forum for community members to discuss the issues and build shared accountability for preventative action.