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 .Thank you so much for your kind regard
P.O. Box: 8975 EPC 4030,
Dhapasi, Kathmandu
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Thursday, 9 April 2015

Himalayan Foundation Volunteer programs

The Himalayan Foundation Nepal (HFN). is an officially registered non-government organization (Regd. No. 935) associated with the Social Welfare Council of Nepal (Regd. No. 24693). Himalayan Foundation Nepal started providing , food, support, shelter, sponsoring and education for underprivileged children within orphaned, street and communities children in Kathmandu and other areas of Nepal in 2005. Many children have had traumatic and tragic experiences as a result of the loss of their parents, much of which is due to the 10 year political war in Nepal. Since we have opened, we have managed to more than triple the amount of orphans in our care and plan to help many more.
Over the years, our work has expanded to include working with disadvantaged women to create new opportunities of generating income for themselves and their families, partnering with local schools to assist with teaching English, health and human trafficking awareness-raising activities, and community-building activities in Kathmandu, Chitwan and other areas of Nepal, Nepal is still a very underdeveloped country and needs developmental help in a wide range of areas.
Our organization also hosts volunteers, providing people from around the world with the opportunity to experience the real Nepal, staying with a local host family while assisting us in overcoming the challenges created by extreme poverty and disadvantage. Every volunteer makes a unique contribution, and our volunteers are able to work with us to structure their, volunteer experience following their interests and making the most of the skills and knowledge they have to offer.
If you are interested in volunteering with us or donating to support our work, please take a look at our various programs and contact us to let us know what areas of our work interested in.

Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Merry Christmas and happy new year 2015

Dear : Friends
Greetings to you from your big family in Nepal with HFN.  I hope you are well.  Mariya, all the children and myself would like to wish you a wonderful Christmas and a happy New Year.
We have decided to write a newsletter to update you on our past year, as for some of you it will have been some time since you last visited.
This year we have had 15 volunteers come and stay with us.  They have all been great and we have enjoyed getting to know them all.  They have come from Australia, France, Germany, Switzerland, U.S.A and the UK.  Previously, we have also have also had volunteers from Belgium, Sweden, Denmark, Estonia, Macedonia, China, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada,  New Zealand, Portugal, Italia  and the Netherlands.
We are so grateful to how people from all around the world have come together in our home and have given up their time, shared their talents and resources for a good and worthwhile cause.  Your financial generosity has been such a help and blessing to us.  Without this, the orphanage would not be sustainable and the children would have remained in very different circumstances.  They would also not have the opportunities they currently have.   It has also helped us enable a few local children in our community to buy stationery and be able to go to school.  

In April this year, 10 year old Roshan from Chitwan joined us.  Sadly, his mother who worked as a labourer, died due to an illness.  This left Roshan in the care of his ill father who is unable to work due to kidney problems.  Unable to go to school, Roshan started hanging out with street children until, thankfully, someone in the neighbourhood contacted My sister from Chitwan. Roshan has settled in well and is working hard at school.
Madan is now 18 and lives with his step-sister and family about 5km away.  He visits once a week and sometimes comes to stay.  He has completed his 2 years of various subjects at Higher Education level, during which Computer Science was his main focus.  He went on to do a 3 month Korean language course but ultimately would love to pursue I.T. at University level.
Madan’s younger brother, Sujan, is with 15 now the oldest in the home.
He is in his final year at Secondary school and takes his exams in February, after which he has to wait for 6 months for his results!

All the other children are well and working hard at the local Active Academy school  where, apart from Nepali, all their lessons are taught in English.

Two years ago, Demisha moved from the Montessori nursery school to the Elim Kids Academy.  Dan is also now in uniform and has been going to the same school for the past year.  
Since September, Mariya has been working for a small finance company.  This involves walking from Thamel back to Dhapasi collecting money from shops along the way.
That just leaves us to thank you once again for your support and friendship.  We hope you have a joyful Christmas with your family/friends and wish you the very best for 2015. 
With love and warm wishes,
David, Maria and all the children
Himalayan Foundation Nepal(HFN)
P.O. Box: 8975 EPC 4030,
Dhapasi, Kathmandu
Skype:  david.prasain