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  • Environment

    Erosion together with antiquated farming techniques lead to a crop loss of 40%

  • Child Labor

    Work starts at age 5 and keeps children from attending school

  • Education

    Education breaks the cycle of suffering and leads to lasting transformation

  • Trafficking

    15,000 – 20,000 children with an average age of 12 are trafficked every year in Nepal

  • Health

    24,000 children die before the age of 5 every year in Nepal

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MountainChild’s HALO Program is Nepal’s first air evacuation service specifically designed to reach the most critical, marginalized, and most remote villagers of the Himalayas.

HALO, which stands for Health Air Lift Operation, intersects with villagers in their greatest time of need and carry’s hope through saving of lives. This powerful program directly reduces the high infant mortality rates experienced in such remote, isolated areas and provides life-giving care where few life-saving options exist.

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When you arrange a personal trek through MCATT (MountainChild Adventure Travel & Trekking) or a stay at the MountainChild Guest House in Kathmandu, you are helping to carry hope to the children of the Himalayas because all proceeds from MCATT and the MC Guest House go directly to funding the humanitarian projects of MC.

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