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Events and Announcements from the Blog

Sep
01

2015

Monsoon season is still upon us in Nepal and many continue to be displaced from their homes

Monsoon season is still upon us in Nepal and many continue to be displaced from their homes. We have now launched and have moved into our ‪#‎RebuildNepal‬ campaign. Consider partnering with us in the task to restore lives and livelihoods. Help us shift Nepal and the remote villages from surviving to thriving.
Schools, community centers, gateway projects, health posts, and homes need to be rebuilt in order to preserve the life and the future of the mountain child.
Join the response at http://www.mountainchild.org.

‪#‎JoinTheResponse‬ ‪#‎CarryHope‬ #RebuildNepal

Photo Creds: Hamro Bhaktapur

Aug
27

2015

MountainChild believes that education is KEY in equipping a new generation

MountainChild believes that education is KEY in equipping a new generation with the tools for lasting transformation. Nothing will bring lasting change quicker and more effectively than bringing education to the children of the Himalayas.
This is the GHAP SCHOOL that we support. The earthquake damaged the school so badly that the students couldn’t continue their studies. To ensure the children receive the education they need, we provided 15 tents and school supplies. The tents serve as their classrooms, dining room, and sleeping rooms.
Building, rebuilding, and supporting remote village schools makes sense and serves as the spearhead in MountainChild’s strategy of bringing LASTING TRANSFORMATION to the home and future of the mountain child.
You can partner with us in providing education to the mountain children by visiting our website and donating to the 3rd Core Issue, Education.

Aug
25

2015

Your efforts and donations are being used to change lives

These are the Shyala, Sama, and Samdo Schools. Each of these schools were damaged in the earthquake, some more than others. We have been able to provide tents and stationery for all of the schools since the devastating event. The Shyala school was given tents by several groups, but uses the one we gave them for sleeping. The Sama school was largely undamaged except for the dining room, so they use our tent for eating. We also gave Sama school food and water filters since their supply was lost. The Samdo school used the tent we donated temporarily while they rebuilt the top level of their school, which was funded by MountainChild also. They are have already completed the rebuilding process and have moved back in.

Your efforts and donations are being used to change lives and continue bringing education to the remote villages of the Himalayas. Education leads to lasting transformation.

To join the response, visit our website, http://www.mountainchild.org

Aug
25

2015

We recently acquired, delivered, and distributed 261 water filters and 522 buckets

We recently acquired, delivered, and distributed 261 water filters and 522 buckets for homes in the Gorkha district. Water-related illnesses are a concern especially after the earthquake and we knew the villagers needed clean water. Here are some photos from the distribution in Chawk, Kwak, and Namrung.
To continue partnering with us to bring clean water to the remote villages of the Himalayas, donate now at http://www.mountainchild.org/wp/donate.

Aug
19

2015

3rd Annual Worldwide Hike 4 Hope

This weekend, we wrapped up our 3rd Annual Worldwide Hike 4 Hope and we were astounded at the outpouring of love and participation from all of you. Multiple countries around the world raised their voice, laced up their shoes, and hiked, walked, or ran to bring awareness to the devastation in Nepal and the plight of the mountain children.

Thank you to everyone who participated, from every corner of the globe. We couldn’t do what we do without faithful supporters like you. We are grateful.

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