Community Projects

Earthquake recovery

After the quake, HHCP Nepal immediately mobilised with immediate earthquake donations to deliver vital relief supplies to the remote Rasuwa District communities supplying 2,000kg rice, cooking essentials, tents and tarps for many thousands of hungry and homeless. This is just the beginning of the recovery efforts. Read more…


Photo 17 Education SponsorshipsEducation sponsorships

With the illiteracy rate within the immediate Rasuwa community being more than 85%, and in the majority of the remote area an astounding 95-100%, HHCP Nepal is dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty in this vast district and the team believe this will be achieved first and foremost by educating the children. Read more…


Photo 19 Community Projects - Give a gift that growsGive a gift that grows

Goats and pigs provide an income to families living in abject poverty by providing offspring for sale at the market. One sow can produce 12-15 babies a year, and within six months a piglet can weigh 200 pounds. Similarly goats are capable of producing a pair of kids every 6-12 months. Read more…


Photo 21 Community Projects - Support a SchoolSchool building and support

Owing to HHCP Nepal pressure placed on the Nepal Government and also with the generosity of overseas donors, schools were built, furnished and staffed in the remote Himalaya’s with thousands of children attending these schools. Read more…


Our hospitalPhoto 23 Community Projects - our Health & Sanitation

80 out of 1,000 Dalit children do not survive to their fifth birthday with girls still having a higher mortality rate than boys. The under 5 mortality rate of marginalized Nepali ethnic groups is even higher!! Read more…


Photo 26 Community Projects - Girl 2 GirlGirl 2 Girl

When girls commence their menstrual cycle they are often forced to skip school or even drop out of school due to embarrassment, lack of personal education and inadequate sanitation solutions/interventions. Read more…


Micro Savings

We act like a bank in rural communities so that families can save for their children’s education and future, and borrow interest free to fund small business ventures.Read more…

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  • Thank you so much

    Posted on January 12, 2016 by

    A massive thank you to Bastien Rojanawisut from Switzerland for the volunteer work he has given over the past 4 ½ months living with Hari and his sister Gyanu in Kathmandu and working with Hari updating his trekking website and the HHCP Nepal website. It has been so greatly appreciated!!! Please have a look at […]

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  • Post-earthquake update

    Posted on December 12, 2015 by

    It is now over 6 ½ months since the initial earthquake in Nepal. The after-shocks have lessened although the impact on the people is still very tangible, with many still very traumatised. Any tremor sends them running outdoors for safety, and still many extremely remote rural Rasuwa children are choosing not to re-attend school as […]

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  • Australian sponsor visits sponsored child in Kalikasthan

    Posted on November 12, 2015 by

    One of the HHCP Nepal education sponsor children Bishwash Paudel got the opportunity to meet his Australian sponsor with Ken Devine making a special trip to Nepal to meet Bishwash and his family. Ken has visited Nepal over 20 times previously but hadn’t been to Nepal for over 20 years. He took the time to […]

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  • Remote medical trek

    Posted on September 12, 2015 by

    Harikrishna led a medical team of 14 international volunteers to the remote villages of Rasuwa for 12 days in September. The objective of this expedition was to offer free health advice, free medicine and free osteopathic services to poor villagers who can’t afford seeing a doctor. The expedition visited three villages and offered help to […]

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