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Sponsor a Nepali Child and help set a young life up for a brighter future!
Ram

Name: Ram*
Age: 6 years old
Child ID: –

Date of Birth: 23rd Februrary 2016

District: Kailali, Dhangadi Sub Metropolitan City

Date of Admission: 13th July 2021

Weight: 15kg

Height: 1.26m

 

Family History

Father: Yogendra Sop, 33 – Deceased. Passed away due to poor health on 24 August 2020

Mother: Gauri Sop, 31. Works as a sweeper in the local village hospital.

 

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE!
$100 (Full sponsorship)

Ratt

Name: Ratt*
Age: 8 years old
Child ID: –

Date of Birth: 7th May 2013

District: Kailali, Dhangadi Sub Metropolitan City

Date of Admission: 13th July 2021

Weight: 22kg

Height:1.40m

 

Family History

Father: Yogendra Sop, 33 – Deceased. Passed away due to poor health on 24 August 2020

Mother: Gauri Sop, 31. Works as a sweeper in the local village hospital.

 

HELP GIVE HIM A FUTURE!
$100 (Full sponsorship)

How to sponsor a child:
1. Click on the red ‘SPONSOR A CHILD NOW’ button above, and you will be lead to a secure donation platform powered by CauseVox*
          *Please note that for CauseVox fee, you can select ‘Other Amount’ and key in ‘$0.00’ should you chose not to give to their platform. Any additional donation
          will go to the CauseVox platform fund.

2. Chose your option of ‘Co-sponsorship’ or ‘Full sponsorship’ and make your payment via the secure payment gateway
3. Under the Donor’s Information, please indicate in the message box* which child (nickname or ID) you have decided to gift a future to!
        *If you have forgotten to indicate, you can write in to admin@ohf.org.sg to inform us of your choice. Otherwise, a child will be allocate to you.

Thank you once again for making a difference in the lives of these children!

*The child’s name reflected on the website have been changed to nicknames to protect the child’s identity. We will release the full name of the child to the sponsors once the sponsorship has been confirmed. 

Hope Trust Nepal (HTN)

Even though it is rich in cultural heritage, Nepal remains one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world. Various reasons contribute to this issue – from Nepal being landlocked to political instability to natural disasters.

Our children home – Hope Trust Nepal – remains as a beacon of light and our team is doing all they can to help the strikingly poor children in Nepal.

Some of the rural areas especially Western Nepal is very backward and poor. Some of the children are brought to the home by friends who bring tourists on trekking tours. During some of these tours, very poor villagers would ask if we can take care of these children. For example, a child was given to our friend John as her father had died and the mother was killed in a landslide. She had no relatives who could look after her.

At Hope Trust Nepal, the children attends private schools where English is the language of instruction. We believe that this is a good investment for our children. The younger children will be home tutored by our HTN staff.

Hope Trust Nepal gives hope to these children who would otherwise have to struggle to survive in the harsh mountainous areas of Nepal. They are given love, care, proper meals, good education and taught to be disciplined and care for each other, especially the younger children.

Activities are important to engage children. Arts and crafts and other programmes provide stimulation for the children who learn to be creative and acquire skills like drawing and cooking.

Visit our DONATION page to support us by being a child sponsor.

We are in the process to shifting Hope Trust Nepal (HTN) children home to Pokhara, where the home will be on located a scenic hill and will be able to house up to 120 children.

Pokhara is a beautiful place, with a much better and suitable environment which will be more conducive for the growth and welfare of our HTN children. This new home will provide more facilities for the children such as computer rooms, more classrooms and a multi-purpose hall. It truly will be a wonderful place for the children to grow up in.

Construction has progressed well and the home is almost completed. To provide the best for our HTN children, we have pushed against all odds to build the home and have been funding the project with our OHF reserves.

If you feel the call to contribute to the replenishment and provision to our HTN children, click here to make a donation.

Your generousity will go to providing a better life for these children.

If volunteering is your calling, and children warms your heart ...

Write in to us at volunteer@ohf.org.sg to express your interest!

You can read more on our volunteer programmes here!

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