Our wings are small…
…but the ripples of our heart are infinite.

Amit Ray, Author & Spiritualist 

The main purpose of CHANCE for Nepal is to work closely with established and trusted organisations, schools & hospitals in Nepal – to guarantee aid & support to those families in need, and to offer the opportunity of education & training opportunities.

HEALTH

In Nepal adult life expectancy is only 59 years. 40% of children come from extremely poor families in which 48% of children are malnourished.

EDUCATION

Only 51% of children here complete primary level schooling.

STREET CHILDREN

Helping some of the 5,000 street children of Nepal is a major project for CHANCE for NEPAL.

SKILLS TRAINING

CHANCE for NEPAL funds and supports skills training in Nepal, one of the poorest countries in the world.

RABIES PREVENTION

16,000 people are treated for dog bites and as many as 200 die an excruciatingly painful death from rabies every year in Nepal. CHANCE for Nepal funds 1000 rabies vaccinations for stray dogs annually.

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CHANCE answers a plea for help in Nepal

CHANCE answers a plea for help!

Mr Yagya Lei Yogi and his wife Meena, returned from India at the beginning of August, as lockdown had been eased for a couple of weeks.  A precarious journey nevertheless during the monsoon! Over 17 months ago they went to

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Nepal Mountain Heart Cover

MOUNTAIN HEART NEPAL

We are excited to release a short architectural video of the new 15 bed community hospital a Hetauda. The name of our hospital is Siddhasthali Rural Community Hospital. “Siddha” means enlightenment and “thali” meaning a place in Sanskrit. Hence the hospital

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SOS – CHANCE for NEPAL needs YOU!

Nepal is suffering in the most difficult times in terms of health and their fragile economy. Covid 19 is in Nepal, the numbers reported are low at present, but little in the way of testing is being done to see

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