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Photo 27 Get Involved - Volunteer with usVolunteer with us

If you do enjoy immersing yourself in culture, can provide some skills and have a penchant to do something to enrich the lives of others, then maybe you should think about doing some volunteer work for HHCP Nepal!! Read more…


Photo 30 Get Involved - Organise an EventOrganize an event

Maybe you’d like to help High Himalayan Community Projects Nepal but not quite sure how to do it? How about organising an event??? Read more…


oikjhbgvcTrek for charity

If you want to have an even more meaningful trip in Nepal and not only take in the spectacular sights but also want to help its people prosper, then charity trekking is for you!! Read more…


Photo 28 Community Projects - Adopt a SchoolAdopt a school

Are you interested in cross-cultural learning whilst teaching students the art of “caring for others less fortunate”? Maybe your school or centre of learning should think about “adopting a HHCP Nepal school”? Read more…


Buy the village handicrafts

HHCP Nepal is dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty for these remote rural communities. Many of these remote rural Himalayan people have skills to make beautiful handcrafted local products. Read more…

Latest news on this topic

  • Meet the latest volunteer, Claire Davies

    Posted on April 27, 2016 by

    Everyone benefits when a volunteer arrives to offer their services and skills. Claire Davies of Australia is the latest volunteer to offer her services to Nepal. She arrived in Nepal 4 weeks ago and has been helping Harikrishna with admin services in Kathmandu, has visited the HHCP villages and will possibly head back to the […]

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  • Inner Wheel Clubs of Inner Sydney, Australia support Jibajibe Hospital, Nepal!!

    Posted on April 27, 2016 by

    Heartfelt thanks to Wendy Wonson of Inner Wheel of West Harbour who contacted HHCP Nepal in 2015 in regards to submitting a proposal to fund pre-natal and post-natal birthing facilities in remote Rasuwa District Jibajibe Hospital. HHCP Nepal was lucky to win this proposal and over the next two years 15 Inner Wheel Clubs will […]

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  • Clothes distribution

    Posted on January 23, 2016 by

    In November 2015 we organised a clothes distribution in the area that was hit by the earthquake. 5 young volunteers from France and Switzerland brought in their collected items which were brought up to Ghormu together with a bigger amount from Australia. Andreas from Switzerland shares his experience of this day: “Having a lot of […]

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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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  • Meet Angélique, our French volunteer

    Posted on October 31, 2015 by

    Yesterday Angélique freshly arrived from France to volunteer with HHCPN for 3 weeks. Passionate photographer, she will help us documenting our work in Langtang in the forthcoming days. Moreover, she will help us translating our web communication material. Even jetlagged, her enthusiasm for working hard is already a precious gift to us!

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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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  • New volunteer

    Posted on July 27, 2015 by

    Bastien from Switzerland is now visiting Nepal for 5 months. Alternating between trekking and volunteering, he works hard on improving our overall web communication and strategy.

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