As a charity organization we do different charity work in Nepal
Work With Orphans
We work with the real orphans of Nepal and we do not focus in the capital where much love is poured. We reach out to student who are orphans and are located in difficult locations.
Despite the fact that earthquake was in 2015 the reconstruction process at large scale has yet not begun. As we had made 250+ houses we are still giving it a continuity even in a small scale.
The schools in rural Nepal was already in fragile condition and earthquake has added salt to the injury. Help us reconstruct these schools get their furnitures, shade, safe drinking water and most importantly help students get back to school.
Help schools with stationary
The government schools are thankful for the government for offering free books but on the other hand these kids are deprived from adequete stationary. You can donate as low as $10 for 3 months of stationary for 1 child.
Be a teacher
Not all are fortunate of quality education and only handful are exposed to any art & craft or creative session. Be a teacher of English or teacher of music or art & craft. Be a volunteer and let students learn what you are expert of!
We do charity events and funding for several health camps throughout the year. Our health camps are done in cooperation with other health related NGO’s in Nepal. Help us with our next health camp!
Safe drinking water
Currently we have 2 villages where getting drinking water is every day challenge. We in collaboration with international donors are undergoing talk process to help these villages with safe drinking water. Sponsor safe drinking water project and make difference!
This is a concept we came up with for the rural communities of Nepal. You may have a spare book to donate to the library or even contribute to making a library. 1 book or 1 dollar no conrtibution is small and everything contributes to something big.
Due to lack of resources and awareness the lives of new mothers and child is very vulnerable. We reach out to these mothers and children and offer counselling as well as support to control infant mortality rate.