For over 30 years, Himalayan Life has protecting, nurturing and educating the children in the Himalayas, in Nepal and northern India.
We have opened a home for abandoned children in Ulleri, so they would not become street children and would be spared the horrific experience of homelessness, survival by garbage scavenging, sexual exploitation, public hatred, gang brutality, and addiction
In Pokhara, we are feeding dozens of street children every day. These kids are given the opportunity of sleeping at the shelter where receive love, education, and life skills. We run sports camps with floor hockey as an outreach into the community.
We opened and run home for children of families who have fallen into a situation of bonded labour in Leh.
In April 2018, a new school was open in the Yangri Valley, an area devastated by the 2015 earthquake. More than 90 students are attending, learning in a brand new earthquake-resistant 5 room school, built with local workers and wood, milled on location.