SUPPORTING THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE OF NEPAL
SUPPORTING THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE OF NEPAL

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George Lowe Scholarship

I want to be a Teacher

“My name is Kamal Kumari Rai. I’m an obedient student hailing from an impoverished family residing in a rural area. Despite the successful completion of my SLC, from Janajagriti HS School, owing to the poor financial condition of my family, I faced problems in continuing my higher education. I applied for the Himalayan Trust scholarship....
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What I do with Scholarship Money

“I am Prakash Rai from Salleri. I passed SLC from Janajagri Higher Secondary School in Salleri. Studying in the 12th grade, coming from a financially weak family from a village. Because of my family’s financial situation, my parents were unable to afford the fees necessary for my higher education. Thankfully I was supported by the...
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From being struck by blindness to becoming a teacher

“Becoming blind left me shocked and saddened: felling similar to that of a fall from a height. I met many blind people after my own incident and made many great friends. Many of these friends were artists, teachers, government workers and students, despite their disability. – This was a great source of motivation and encouragement...
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HT Scholarship Achievement

Miss Mingma Kanchi Sherpa from Kunde village has completed her MD. She also passed Nepal Medical Council License exam in Kathmandu. Mingma Kanchi Sherpa, daughter of Kunde hospital staff Mingma Temba is appointed as medical doctor at Kunde Hospital from September 2015. Her medical course was fully sponsored by Himalayan Trust and SEHF Canada. She...
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DONATIONS

If you would like to donate online this can be done securely by clicking on either of these links.
Virgin Money
Just Giving

By Cheque:

Please make out to “Himalayan Trust UK” and post to: Geoff Wolstenholme, Hon. Treasurer, 54 Winchester Road, Chandlers Ford, Eastleigh SO53 2GN

How Your Support Can Help

£20 will support
£50 will support
£100 will support
£1,000 will support

• Warm blanket for mother and baby
• Foot suction pump to clear babies’ breathing
• 25 Reading books
• Stationery for one child for a year

• Stretcher
• Nebuliser to help breathing
• Classroom furniture set for 3
• Week of teacher training

• Emergency transport for 2 patients
• An additional teacher for 2 weeks

• Equipment for a birthing centre including delivery bed, post natal care bed and oxygen supply
• 2 school laptops