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Mission Nepal Orphan Fund is established to help orphaned, abandoned and impoverished children in Nepal. The goal is to ensure these children can reach a level of education that will allow them be self-reliant productive members of Nepali society.  [more..]
Organization’s Philosophy Small Charity No paid staff or other unnecessary overheads eating funds. Keep  the organization and problem undertaken small enough to be managed by volunteers.   Direct Aid Pay education, accommodation and living costs directly when possible. A Past is as Important as a Future Reintegrating children with family when possible. Most children in Nepali orphanages are not true orphans but rather victims of the economy. Fund Will Not Pay Travel Expenses of Administrators Any travel to Nepal, even for organization business, will be self- funded. Transparency and Accountability The organization will operate in a transparent manner such that donors will know each of the promises above are being honoured.
Nepal Orphan Fund
A California Based, 501(c)3 Organization
All Photographs (c) Michael Fingleton
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Rabin and Sundar Reunited in Kathmandu
Breaking News May13 MATS committee removed from orphanage This morning the MATS committee in Nepal signed an agreement to cede all control of the orphanage. We now fully fund and control the orphanage. Tejanath’s organization, SESF, will manage it locally on our behalf. We will make some immediate changes to remove the warden who has been beating children and to restore water and electricity to the house.
Welcome Sandip and Usha - Sept 2017 We recently admitted two new children to the orphanage in Khandbari. Sandip and Usha are from the village of Chewa and the local village committee approached us for help. They are struggling to settle in Khandbari as they are still dealing with recent loss.
Thank You AIB Walking Club - Sept 22nd 2017 Thank you to the staff in AIB, Dublin for a very successful fundraising campaign. With some of the staff heading to Everest Base Camp they had a treadmill stepathon where folks would stomp out the steps required to reach Everest.  Enjoy your trip but be careful, Nepal is addictive..