“Gift of Hope Project for Nepal”

It is nothing new to hear about people living in poverty and not being able to afford adequate education and education supplies for children in Nepal.

School supplies distribution in Pokhara

In Nepal, there are people struggling to obtain the basic necessities such as school supplies, uniforms, and quality education. For the ones that are fortunate enough to get private schooling, the school supplies they need are not affordable and beyond reach. With all of this in mind, we created a Project to bring hope where there is none.

In 2015, after the Nepal Earthquake the “Gift of Hope Project for Nepal” was introduced to many of our friends and colleagues. Our mission and desire is to provide education and educational supplies for the poor and neglected.

The Asha Project’s first project, building a school in the vicinity of greater Kathmandu, is currently underway. We have supported many women in Nepal with $100,000 micro credit, more than $200,000 worth of Vocational training and $100,000 health program in cooperation with many Rotary clubs in Nepal.

We ask that you join us on our journey and offer a helping hand to achieve the goal by carrying school supplies to Nepal, if you have any space in your travel to Nepal.

The Gift of Hope project can provide school supplies to many needy children in Nepal.
We thank you in advance for whatever support you can offer.

Marcus Karna being recognized for his help in carrying “Gift of Hope” supplies to Nepal

Published by trm7510

The Asha Project – works in collaboration with local and international partner organizations as well as individuals and governments, to provide HOPE and OPPORTUNITIES for the people of Nepal. We thrive at the intersection of Passion, purpose and Promise.

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