Children’s achievements and art creation
Some of our older girls were able to achieve their best performance during the high school level sports meet. Out of various games like: English Eloquence, Basketball, Nepali Eloquence, Table tennis, etc; Pragya, Anita, Deumaya and Moti BK secured the best positions. All of us in the NCF Nepal family would like to congratulate them

Monitoring visit by GDG, Australia
We were happy to welcome and share our humanitarian work with Lauren Palma, and Kelly Chislom, two officers from Global Development Group, Australia during their “Project Monitoring Visit, December 2018”.

Warm clothes for the poor children
We organized a distribution ceremony for winter clothes (school sweater, cap and trousers) and sports materials for each of the 45 students studying from playgroup to grade 5 in “Ramchadevi Basic School” Tallachaur-4, Syangja, Nepal During this program; Miss. Arshiya and Aaryas Raj Paudel (children of Visma Raj Paudel) also donated some financial support to

One of the happy moment
Our Founder/Director Mr. Visma Raj Paudel is extremely happy to meet 2 girls in Sydney, Australia who were rescued and taken care for 8-12 years in our children home in lakeside, Pokhara until they completed their 12th grade. These girls are pursuing their bachelors level education in Sydney, Australia now. After acquiring necessary skills and

Completion of 8th group of training
Today we organized a small closing ceremony of our 8th batch of Women who were selected and completed 3 months full TAILORING TRAINING in our Women Empowerment Center, Ghachowk, Kaski, Nepal.

Celebration of biggest Hindu festivals
Dashain and Tihar is the biggest festival of Nepal and was celebrated again this year with much joy and happiness together with our Founder Visma Raj Paudel and former chairman Mr Govinda Bikharchi Sharma in the presence of our partner charities, in our lakeside home with the children who were not able to visit their

Celebration of 10 years of partnership in the humanitarian field
A joint movement in the humanitarian field with Wind of Change International has now reached a new milestone of 10 years. We celebrated this joy at the Dancing Boat Pub with our children, staff and board members during the director’s Nepal visit.

Winter trousers and books
Winter in NEPAL has already started. Days are getting colder, and the Nepalese people are seen wrapped in their winter clothes. We highly appreciate Mr. Michael Hindhaugh for sending some money through his son, Travis, to buy winter gifts for the children. The gifts (trousers) were distributed by Joshua, Adam, Tarvis and James (Australian Boys).

New computers for children
One such project has been our library project. Our children have been using the library and computers donated by Vicky and Kenny Allen (USA), but after a few years of usage, the computers became obsolete. We, therefore, requested Inge Hoogesteger from the Netherlands to raise some funds to update the computers. We are thankful to

Counselling Classes for single women
After completion of 3 months full time practical training in our Women Empowerment Program, Ghachowk, Kaski; the 2 days motivational counselling classes has been started from today. This class is very important to empower these ladies to start their own entrepreneurship for financial independence. We all at NCF Nepal wish them a good luck to

Onni’s 10th Anniversary
We all at NCF Nepal children and supporting partners have celebrated 10th Anniversary of Onni Children’s House (in partnership with Wind of Change International) at Dancing Boat, Lakeside, Pokhara, Nepal It has been a remarkable decade working together and a pride moment to share this journey with so many people involved around the world. Indeed

Happy Dashain 2075
The festival season has begun, and our biggest festival is already very close to us. We would like to wish all our donors, partner charities, supporters, well-wishers, government line agencies and all the entire universe a very happy and prosperous Dashain. This is the longest Hindu festival in Nepal, celebrated for two weeks with prayers

Extra-curriculum activities
Apart from their regular studies, our children have been participating in various extra-curricular activities which include quilting lessons every weekend for youth (11th & 12th grade), dance competitions, art competitions, etc. We are proud to share that Miss Simar (Moti) BK has secured first place in the debate competition organized among the children’s homes in

Trek for change
In order to raise funds for the youth supported under Namaste Community Foundation, our partner charity International Brothers and Sisters Home-Australia, has been organizing a bicycle ride with the technical support from Trek for Change-Australia. This year, 5 bicyclists are challenging themselves both physically and emotionally by riding 340 km to raise funds for IBSH

A hope of independence
Our Women’s Empowerment Center has already selected another group of 20 single women for the next 3 months of full-time training on Tailoring. This is our 7th group, excluding yearly refreshment training, organized in our Ghachowk Center. We would like to thank the Namaste Foundation, Netherlands for their continuous financial partnership to make this program

Girl from nothing into independent path…
Hello and Namaste. My name is Sumitra BK. I was rescued by NCF Nepal in 2003, together with my sister. We used to live in a vulnerable condition in the street waiting for someone to help us. But, as soon as I joined the children’s home, I got a family-like atmosphere where I enjoyed every

Enrollment in new level
We are proud to share that the children who have completed the 12th grade are ready to enroll in the Bachelor’s degree program and the 10th grade students have already joined the Step by Step Secondary School for 11th grade in the management stream. They all are enjoying their new schools, new books, new friends

Success Story (Nowhere to somewhere)
As a part of newsletter, we have selected the story of Samir for this edition of newsletter. Samir was a small kid of somewhere around 7-8 years when he was rescued by Namaste Community Foundation. He was rescued from Parbat, when he had no place to stay and no food to eat. He was such

An opportunity towards independence
6th Training on sewing and tailing has come to an end. Alike previous year, this year as well we conducted sewing and tailoring training to 21 single women living below the level of poverty. These women were not only trained for 3 consecutive months but also were equipped with some capital in the form of

A support to continue schooling
Alike children home program a new academic session started for the scholarship children. Organizing of scholarship distribution program was notified already in the previous newsletter where children were supported continuously for their schooling. Similarly, a total of 14 children were reintegrated from the scholarship program. 13 children were reintegrated because they passed their Secondary Level