Celebrating Christmast at hope home

 

Birthday celebration at hope home

 

Raju lama famous Nepali singer visiting hope girls

Himalayan Hope Home

The girls at Himalayan Hope Home proudly present their athletics medals

The girls at Himalayan Hope Home proudly present their athletics medals

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The Small World founded the Himalayan Hope Home in Kathmandu as a child protection center and to serve as a preventative strategy for at risk children. Children belonging to underprivileged communities who are vulnerable to precarious trafficking circumstances are provided a safe shelter, parental care, love, and every opportunity for their holistic development.

On becoming a family

Sarita and Manisha before.

Sarita and Manisha before.

Sarita and Manisha after in Hope Home.

Sarita and Manisha after in Hope Home.

Pratina and sister Sabina before.

Pratina and sister Sabina before.

Pratina and Sabina now in Hope Home.

Pratina and Sabina now in Hope Home.

Since 2013, 30 orphaned or abandoned girls of rural Solukhumbu have been residing at Hope Home. Once living in abusive and poor conditions or all by themselves in pain and agony, these girls now enjoy being part of a true family, sharing love, care, and respect for each other. Everyone goes to a normal school and they are provided with proper health care, a sense of safety, nutrition, and a much needed family environment.

Hope girls celebrating birthday together bounding in a sisterhood.

Hope girls celebrating birthday together bounding in a sisterhood.

Girls at Hope Home with their pet dog play in their dorm room before leaving for school early in the morning.

Girls at Hope Home with their pet dog play in their dorm room before leaving for school early in the morning.

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At Hope Home, our goal is to help them realize they cannot only dream but they can also achieve those dreams. Their lives are very precious and so is their childhood. Here is what one girl said about her past:

“Being an orphan felt like a curse to me, I was helpless and had to work in poor conditions to survive.” – Shangita Rai

Today, we are proud to say that Shangita has found a home and has graduated school in 2014. And…this is her second year in college!

Because of your generous support, now we have a dream!

My dream to be a dance teacher

My dream to be a dance teacher

My dream to be a teacher

My dream to be a teacher

My Dream to be a doctor

My Dream to be a doctor

My dream to be a nurse

My dream to be a nurse

To sponsor a girl for support at the Himalayan Hope Home is $1,500 per year, which covers meals, education, clothing, medical, and a recreational program.

 
 
 
 
 

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