Our project beneficiaries include underprivileged children and women residing in Nepal’s poverty-stricken areas. We select villages lacking educational facilities and work with poor families and local communities to instill a shared vision of growth through education.
We support a poverty-ridden area called Pragatitole, located behind a bus station, where families, unable to afford housing in the nearby Pokhara city, reside. Most of the community is of low caste, consisting of orphans and earthquake victims as well. We also have projects in Southern Nepal’s Chitwan area, the rural villages home to people lacking basic necessities such as healthcare centers, operating schools, and markets. Due to this, the villagers walk for hours to the nearest main district for resources.
We plan to expand our support to the Far-Western Region of Nepal that is remote, developmentally challenged, and has limited basic services due to problems with access roads and topography.