Tuesday, 27 November 2018

Children’s in street Nepal.

Here in Nepal the number of street children is increasing in urban areas around Nepal, especially in Kathmandu. Here we currently have more than 1,000 street children who do not have a fixed location
due to lack of housing. Outside the city of Kathmandu there are over 4,000 homeless children living in other Nepal cities including (but not limited to) Pokhara, Biratnagar, Dharan, Nepalgunj, and Bhairawa. The children living on the streets are 90% male and 10% female. The reason for the increase of street children is due to more urbanization, migration, lack of family support, poverty, increases in unemployment rates, and abandonment. There is no organization that exists to provide shelter or emergency support for children in these circumstances. As a result, they spend their days walking the streets, and nights sleeping on the streets, which is dangerous and unsafe. 

 Due to this it is extremely important to support the deprived street children who are shunned by their family, parents, and society. It is also likely that these children get involved in prostitution for survival just so they can provide enough food for themselves. Due to the tough and unjust street life, these children get involved with tobacco, smoking cigarettes, alcohol, smelling dendrites, and in some cases, injecting drugs with needles. Some children are even found to be affected by HIV due to their lack of education and sanitation within their lifestyle.
The street children rely upon tourists as a way to survive. Once tourist season comes to an end, they are left digging through the dirt and collecting plastic to sell as a way of survival. Due to lack of food, housing and cleaning, these children's bodies are often covered with bed bugs and lice. They sleep in the streets with dogs and their pups which suffer from various diseases, despite the risk these dogs provide the only warmth in these children's lives. It is necessary to help rescue these street children by volunteering and helping in the fight for the preservation of children's rights. We hope to help rescue these children from further abandonment by providing a stable and safe environment where they can flourish and grow through our hostel and also we go differed  area in street give theme food, cloth and heath check-up etc . visit more http://www.volunteerorphanage.org/street_children.php

Thursday, 27 July 2017

Organization looking volunteer partner worldwide link

This time our organization looking volunteer partner worldwide link to work non profit charitable  volunteer organization. The Himalayan Foundation Nepal provides safe, affordable and meaningful volunteer opportunities in Nepal. We offer a broad range of volunteering programs where volunteers can choose to work in different locations throughout Nepal. Our most popular programs are working with orphan children, ,teaching English, summer programs,  street children programs, women empowerment programs and health programs, etc.
HFN organization, provide volunteer work in Nepal to international students, volunteer vacancy, gap year travellers and those that may simply want a break from their current career. Taking part in a program designed by the HFN is truly a rewarding and eye opening experience. We offer people from all corners of the globe the opportunity to make a positive contribution to the Nepalese community. We are a community based, local, not for profit organization and we will work to the best of our ability to organize your chosen program to suit your needs and take the hassle out of planning your stay. Please see below for details of the programs offered by the HFN and feel free to contact us if you have any queries regarding our website or any of the programs listed  please visit this link http://www.volunteerorphanage.org/volunteering_volunteers.php
FIRST Place our Organization Link in your Website and send us nitification mail with your link details as soon as possible. Once you send your url, we will review and post it in our Link Exchange Directory. 

Our Details:
Title-: Volunteer program in Nepal
Description-:Volunteer opportunity in Nepal, Volunteer work, orphanage Child Sponsorship program, Community poor child sponsor, street children help, Church mission trips, development Program, Teaching English, Volunteer Organization, Looking to Volunteer in Nepal.
URL-: http://www.volunteerorphanage.org/

Title-: Volunteer Opportunity in Nepal

Description-:Volunteer opportunity in Nepal, Volunteer work, orphanage Child Sponsorship program, Community poor child sponsor, street children help, Church mission trips, development Program, Teaching English, Volunteer Organization, Looking to Volunteer in Nepal.

Sunday, 20 March 2016

Organic Agriculture Farm Nepal

Himalayan Foundation Nepal has organza volunteer to work and help for Organic Agriculture Farm Nepal, Nepal is a country whose main industry is farming. Over 80% of Nepal families are working in agriculture. These farmers work hard in all conditions and for long hours. Most farmers despite their hard efforts live in extreme poverty. Many farms in Nepal use chemical fertilizers and pesticides that other countries no longer support. This is to increase productivity. However evidence suggests that these unnatural farming methods are damaging to the earth, the farming produce and potentially humans that consume the products. They are bad for the ecosystem and could destroy the land. Organic agriculture is a production system that sustains the health of soils, ecosystems and people. It relies on ecological processes, biodiversity and cycles adapted to local conditions, rather than the use of inputs with adverse effects. Organic agriculture combines tradition, innovation and science to benefit the shared environment and promote fair relationships and a good quality of life for all involved.."

Role of Volunteer
Depending on your interests and experience, you can get involved in any of the following areas:

Volunteers at the farm participate in general activities some of the activities  will include.

    Nursery work: sowing seeds, filling bags, pricking, pruning.
    Reforestation work: planting, weeding, mulching, staking, pruning.
    Prepared compost fertilize for farm.
    Prepared to plant and harvesting  crops.

Mission and Vision

Mission and Vision

Our Mission

The mission of HFN is to continue what we started in 2007, providing children with care shelter and education. Orphaned children are special cases but our only concern. Our mission is to continue to help children in poverty stricken communities that cannot afford education. Our goal is to continue to build a network where volunteers can continue to give back in any way they can; from coming to the orphanage to going to farms to learn about farming practices and Nepali culture. Helping us provide many children with all the tools they need, from schools tools, intellectual tools and well as spiritual tools.

Our Vision

Our vision is quite grand but there is no doubt that with everyone's help we can bring it into fruition! Our vision is to build a better, HFN owned, living complex in order to provide for more children of Nepal. We are currently renting but by owning, it will create better stability for the children to thrive in. This will not only expand our help provided to orphans but also help provide for community children. The new facilities will also allot more comfortable living quarters for volunteers who come and stay with the HFN family!

How You Can Help

It is quite simple... In any way you can! We, at HFN, are appreciative of any form of donation because it will all help!

* Monetary Donation (as little as $50 USD could sponsor an orphan for a month)

* Food

* Any school supplies

* Any electronic/office supplies

* Clothes

* Activity material (coloring books, crayons, ect)

* Volunteering

Thursday, 18 February 2016

Himalayan Foundation vision for 2016

  • Earthquake relief works

In April and May of 2015 a series of earthquakes struck the Himalayan region of Shindupachuk. This area while close to the capital Kathmandu  it is still largely undeveloped due to accessibility.
In response the Himalayan Foundation have concentrated their efforts on the village of Guncha, located approximately 60 km north of Kathmandu  where  45 people lost their lives and 65 more were injured. Socigraphically Guncha is home to approximately 645 families with the average size being seven, children, parents and grandparents included. The local economy revolves around farming, however due to the terrain it is only possible to grow enough for themselves so yearly income is low at $500 USD per family.  For economic growth family members migrate to neighboring countries, particularly India to seek employment at the age of eighteen years.
Educationally the children are at a deficit, while all government and privet schools within Nepal follow a strict curriculum the local school provides classes one to eight.  The average student leaves after class five. For future studies leading to greater employment opportunities it is necessary to attend up to class 10 and pass the SLC (school leaving certificate) exam.  However this requires sufficient funding, an area Himalayan Foundation hopes to expand in with the child sponsorship program.
  • Guncha  - what’s happened since the earthquake with your help through the support of the Himalayan Foundation

In response to the earthquake the immediate action undertaken was to provide tempory shelter. This was a hazardous procedure due to the road being nonexistent closely followed b y the start of the monsoon. Difficulty of access was a largely contributing factor resulting in this area receiving little aid from the lager organizations. However with your support we were able to provide the following resources:
Himalayan Foundation  Relief works Guncha 2015
Resources Provided:
 Cost Rs
Tempory shelter tin
78 bundles (8 x 9ft sheets)
7,000 ea
Hot water bottles
645 1 per family
(Gifted by visiting volunteer) 
Delivery 35,000 Rs  
Total  581,000 Rs ~ $5,800 USD
Things have been challenging due to the fuel prices, and this has had an adverse effect on the rebuild of the earthquake affected zones to date.

The long term plan for Guncha 2016 -  
Our first priority is a Better Toilets Program  as an initiative of the VDP (village Development Program)
Since the April 2015 no permanent toilets have been established in Guncha and several of the surrounding villages. As a result a large number  of people displaced from homes face health risks for themselves, while polluting the mountain environment used primarily as agricultural land.  
The VDP typically involves the construction of four safe public toilets per allocated funding.
 Our immediate  aims are:
-          3 allocations of funding providing 12 public toilets in Guncha
-          Repairing the local school toilet
-          Reach outlying villages, Cotgow and Lekharhe with one VDP allocation respectively.
To undertake these projects we need sufficient funding with each allocation for construction requiring $450 USD. Upon receiving founding construction is commenced and supervised by the village leaders.

  •  We aim to extend the aid we      can provide to education of building methods and construction of   new more earthquake safe housing. This involves replacing the traditional stone dwellings with those that utilize tie rods corner reinforcing and better foundations. This is a large project in need of sufficient founding, with approximately $5,000 USD needed to complete a first floor dwelling.

  •  Putting children back in school – Himalayan Foundation aim to help provide the school needs of 25 children who have lost their homes due to earthquake damage through sponsorship.

  •  Volunteering with the children’s actives
  • ·Child sponsorship  - community poor family sponsorship.

  • ·New tempory housing and Orphanage building
Tempory housing – simple tin construction for the short term use of displaced families .

-          The current orphanage building is rented for 40,000 Rs per month excluding utilities.
-          Land has been purchased  

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

wish you a very happy, joyful and blessed Christmas to you all.

Greetings to you my family, friend prayer partner  our big family with orphanage and
 community poor children's  Dhapasi Kathmandu .Holy Christmas joy to you and the all your family.
Thank you so much for your continually prayer and help and your by volunteer time this  organization Himalayan Foundation Nepal.
 Now Christmas is coming very soon, our children are so excited to have Christmas,  please prayer for this our community poor child which they are family not able to help their children so we won to help their small Christmas presents so that we HFN welcome to you all you can Donation your small contribution so that will so happy this our children Nepal.
Himalayan Foundation Nepal wish you a very happy, joyful and blessed Christmas to you all.

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Earthquake relief fund Nepal

 Earthquake relief fund Nepal

After the earthquake struck Nepal April the 26 th and the 12 of May a lot more families haveHimalayan Foundation Nepal want to help the homeless families regain their homes. become homeless and a lot more children have lost their parents. We wish to help the children get a chance in life.  Furthermore, we
However, having a home is more important. As I’ve said I’m a Christian pastor and I spent a lot of my time in some small villages Guncha, Sindhupalchowk District which are located a six  hours drive from Kathmandu. The people in the villages are the ones who have suffered the most from the earthquake. Their houses were the first to crash and they are the last to receive help.  Because they live in areas where tourists don’t visit and the government doesn’t have the resources to support them.  I’ve been visiting these villages for years and it breaks my heart to see them suffer. That’s why I kindly ask you for donations to help rebuild this lesser known part of Nepal.
There are 586 families and almost all of them are have lost their homes and are forced to live in small cowsheds. In 1 cowshed of 15 m2 you can easily find a family of 4 to 5 people. This small room is both their kitchen and bedroom. Their toilet is outside. And usually the tin-roof isn ‘t      waterproof. Each small proper house that we will build will cost around 1.200 USD and we’d like to build at least 25 small houses.  – 30.000 USD in total.  It’s probably a bit too much to ask for. But either way you can look at it this way. 1.200 USD equals 1 house. And then We’ll see how far we’ll get. Please we need your small contribution with donations to help rebuild with earthquake damage home so go hear this link for donations
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/earthquake-relief-fund-nepal--10/x/12250407#/story .Thank you so much for your kind regard
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