Our Nepal solidarity group travel is one of the most comprehensive and unique tours that we provide. It is integrating with nature, culture, and spirituality in an unforgettable adventure that begins in the heart. A journey focusing on personal development, designed for adventurous travelers who are passionate about education. Because we want to make a difference in the lives and futures of many Nepalese children. We will not only learn about the lifestyles of the families but we will finance the annual scholarship.
Himalayan Exploration collaborates with German-based non-profit organization Nepal’s Waisenkinder. We do organize charity challenge trekking in cooperation with this organization. 5% of the paid money goes to Nepal’s Waisenkinder to help Children.
Nepal’s Waisenkinder is a voluntary aid organization since it has set itself the task of supporting orphans and children in Nepal who need help. The founder of Nepal’s Waisenkinder is Bekim Kukiqi, and he was founded on December 24th, 2018.
Nepal’s Waisenkinder supports schools and accommodations to improve the lives of children. Besides, our focus is on accommodation, food, schooling, clothing, and medical care.
All donations go 100% to the children and schools since there are no processing fees or any other internal costs.
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What you finance with solidarity travel
All of our trips have a direct economic, social, and awareness impact on the projects we partner with.
Through our group trip to Nepal, we will be able to fund directly:
- Annual Scholarship: We believe that education is the basis of all undertakings and the future of society. You will meet children benefited by these scholarships, and spend time with their families at the same time. Learning about the tremendous impact you have on their education and future while you are on this solidarity trip.
- Health & Education: Contribution to the project of education, such as stationaries, uniforms, and inclusion of children with medical care in the country’s rural areas.
- Activities and leisure time: Because leisure time is important for all children, the overall budget includes expenses for food, uniforms, and activities that we will share with the children of the orphanages and projects.
- Go local: Staying in the projects without sacrificing comfort has a direct impact on the local community, generating the circular economy and sustainable tourism that Himalayan Exploration intends to promote in all of our solidarity expeditions.
- We will meet the scholarship students through our solidarity trip and we will share time with their families, knowing their situation and personal history.
- Visit the orphanages and activities with the children benefited by the solidarity projects that support them.
- We will finance the food, uniforms, and free-time activities that we will share with the young people of the projects we will visit.
Knowledge of the country and activities during the trip:
- We will walk for two days at the foot of the Himalayas, spending the night in one of the most beautiful villages and with the most spectacular views, the nation has to offer, a suitable route for all travelers.
- We will travel to Lumbini, the birthplace of Buddha and a popular pilgrimage site for people from all across Asia. In a Buddhist monastery, we will meditate with local monks.
- Visit and tour Kathmandu’s capital, its world heritage temples, and knowledge of the local culture and people.
- We will embark on a safari in the Chitwan National Park, where we will have the opportunity to witness animals such as rhinoceros, elephants, crocodiles, rare birds, and even the famous and imposing Bengal tiger.
- Visits to Pokhara, as well as other places in the country’s interior where we collaborate on initiatives.
Our solidarity actions
The Future Village Foundation supports the education of children in rural Nepal to ensure a sustainable future for both them and their community.
To date, the Foundation has achieved several milestones. It will continue to make a difference in the lives of Nepalese children.
- Engaged on 16 volunteer trips, over 150 volunteers from 20 different countries.
- Helped four school programs in Nepal, three in remote mountainous districts and one in Kathmandu.
- Paid Five teachers’ salaries for four years.
- Conducted English lessons and educational activities to over 300 students on regular visits.
- Given basic education sponsorship for 20 students for five years and 5 orphans for three years.
- Provided scholarship for further study to 10 students for two years of junior college and 4 students for university education.
- The first sponsored student has completed five years of medical study and became the first doctor from the Dolpa district (the most remote region) in Nepal.
- Funded the construction of two new classrooms, four school toilets, and five household toilets, set up the library, and donated books.