Challenging the stigma around menstruation in Nepal
Today is Word Menstrual Hygiene Day (28 May 2019). The day brings together organisations like UNICEF, the Red Cross, World…
Levison Wood visits The Gurkha Welfare Trust
We were delighted to welcome professional explorer, writer and photographer Levison Wood to experience our work in Nepal…
April: Our month in pictures
Take a look through our galleries to see photographs from our visits to pensioners’ homes and work with communities to build clean water systems.
March: Our month in pictures
Take a look through our galleries to see photographs from our visits to pensioners’ homes, Holi festival and the first of the 300 homes we’re building.
World Water Day 2019: Water for all
The theme of World Water Day 2019 is ‘Providing Water for All’.
In Nepal, that’s exactly what we strive to do.
International Women’s Day – empowering women like Deepa
Deepa Sayangtang is 40 years old. She lives with her parents and her daughter in a small village in the…
Staff undertake emergency response training
Why preparation is key We operate in one of the most challenging environments in the world. Although incredibly beautiful, Nepal’s…
Why are the Gurkhas important to you?
We know, from 50 years of working to support them how brave, kind, and compassionate Gurkha veterans are, but we’d love to hear your story and even see your photos.
300 homes appeal: what your donations look like
You may have recently received our latest fundraising appeal as we strive to build 300 earthquake-resilient homes across Nepal. With your help, we can build 100 earthquake-resilient homes each year, for the next three years.
100 medical camps for the people of Nepal
In January, we provided our 100th medical camp, improving the quality of life with free health care for the people of Nepal.