Meet our students:
We currently partner with the Srijansil Child Welfare and the Lawa Prasad BalGhira orphanage both in Kathmandu, Nepal. Both are nongovernmental organizations with an objective of providing protection and shelter for orphans, disabled, deprived, and conflict affected children. Both have been active to ensure that the children receive proper care, balanced diets, education and health care.
As you scroll down you will meet some of our students. Supporting one or more of them today — your donation makes a life long positive impact on these children.
We provide financial support for their education and commit to helping each child reach the highest level of education to reach their dreams. We need your help to make these dreams come true.
Deepsikha is from Sindupalchowk. She lost both her parents. She was brought to Srijansil by the villagers in 2011. Her brother was living with her aunt/uncle but they were killed in the 2015 earthquakes. He was brought to the orphanage too but ran away in 2016. She likes to write and wants to be a social worker and run an orphanage. She wants to study Social Work and run an orphanage.
Prasamasa is from Kalikot. She was hated by her parents and was living with her relative’s. Later on she was neglected by her relatives and was deprived of her basic needs and was brought to Srijansil in 2009 by the villagers. Pramila won a prestigious government college scholarship and is currently studying Business Management.
Reema is from Pyuthan. She has been handicapped since birth (missing a left leg), so her parents abandoned and left her helpless. She was rescued from the Kathmandu bus park (Balaju) and has been at the orphanage since 2009. She loves singing and dancing. She recently took her SEE exams and plans to study accounting and computer science in college.
Krishna is from Baglung. Both of his parents are mentally impaired. Due to absolute poverty he was brought to the orphanage by a social worker from Solidarity Nepal in 2012. Krishna’s favorite part about school is studying. He wants to be a doctor and he enjoys playing cricket. He is studying in Class 8.
Safal is from Mugu. His father went missing during the insurgency, and his mother was too ill to care for him. Villagers rescued him and brought him to the orphanage in 2009. He loves football (soccer) and readying. His favorite football clothing is Kappa. He passed his entrance exams and is now studying Civil Engineering with an Empowering Opportunities college scholarship.
Suman is from Humla. His father is out of contact since he went for treatment of TB and his mother is missing. He was brought to the orphanage by the help of the villagers in 2010. He likes to play football (soccer) and cricket and wants to be a professional soccer player. He is studying in Class 6.
Ujjwal is from Okhadunga. He arrived at the orphanage one hour before the first earthquake in Nepal (April 25, 2015). The whereabouts of his parents is unknown. His mother left him in a rented room. The women of Mulpani rescued him and contacted the National Center for Children at Risk. The NCCR could not find his parents so he was brought to the orphanage. He is studying in Class 1.