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Mission Statement

We believe that every child has a right to education, health care, and a safe and nurturing enviroment without being exposed to violence or abuse. For some children living in Nepal, whether they live in Orphanages or not, this is not how everyday life is. We believe that it is our collective responsibility to make sure that all children are kept safe and loved unconditionally.

We create a home where our children feel safe, have dignity, are looked after and inspired to learn and socialise. We try to secure food, clothes, books, school materials, toys and money to pay for rent and school fees. The children go to local school and study in KG to grade six. We aim to create an enviroment which develops their empathy, responsibility creativity.

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Ganesh Himal Child Development Service Center is a non-profit organisation registered in 2002, which runs an orphanage in Boratar, Kathmandu. Currently the orphanage is home to 24 children between the age of 0-12, and two married staff members, Manoj and Kaushila Tamang.

Ganesh Himal Child Development Service Centre (G H C D S C) is an non-profit organization established in 2012. It is located in Boratar-16, Balaju.

Ganesh Himal Child Development Service Center is a non-profit organisation registered in 2002, which runs an orphanage in Boratar, Kathmandu. Currently the orphanage is home to 22 children between the age of 5-12, and two married staff members, Manoj and Kaushila Tamang.

We believe that every child has a right to education, health care, and a safe and nurturing enviroment without being exposed to violence or abuse. For some children living in Nepal, whether they live in Orphanages or not, this is not how everyday life is. We believe that it is our collective responsibility to make sure that all children are kept safe and loved unconditionally.

With only two full time staff members caring for 24 children and sporadic donations, we acheive a great deal already. However, with your help, we can raise the aspiration of our children to ensure they live a life full of dignity and respect.

The average daily expenditure for a person living in Ganesh Himal, including the staff, is 220 NRP, not that far above the poverty line. We beleive our children deserve much more support because of the role their traumatic past experiences play in their developmental psychology and the stigma attached to being orphaned in Nepal.

We work with local and international organisations including Volunteers Initiative Nepal, Leo (Lion's) Club of Kathmandu, BB Trust, ICA Nepal, Social International and The Local Committee of Boratar.

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