NAG – Nawa Asha Griha, Home of New Hopes, is a home for street children in Kathmandu, Nepal.

become a NAG supporter

Your donation to NAG means that you will provide a safe home and education for about 200 children and the opportunity for about 250 children from poor areas to attend school daily. The home and school is run solely with your support and your contribution will be used everywhere it is needed – whether it is to organize school supplies for everyone or food for over 450 people each day.

Thank you for helping the children to have an independent and self-determined future!

NAG – Nawa Asha Griha, Home of New Hopes, is a home for street children in Kathmandu, Nepal.

BECOME A NAG SUPPORTER

Your donation to NAG means that you will provide a safe home and education for about 200 children and the opportunity for about 250 children from poor areas to attend school daily. The home and school will be run solely with your support and your contribution will be used for whatever is needed – whether it is to organize school supplies for everyone or food for over 450 people each day.

Thank you for enabling the children to have an independent and self-determined future!

NEWS

Funny and exciting stories from NAG’s everyday life

Summertime in NAG

July 21st, 2022|

During our Swiss summer holidays there is a lot going on in NAG, since the long holidays in Nepal are only in October and November. The NiMS girls basketball team under coach Bijay Tamang won the 6th SCIBS INTER SCHOOL 3X3 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 2079. Congratulations! Our girls' hard work and dedication to basketball made this possible. Even the MVP is from the NAG team: Tina Limbu! What a great achievement. Many thanks to the SCIBS School for organizing this tournament. We look forward to being there again next year. The chess players also successfully took part in a tournament. As the saying goes: Every chess master was once a beginner. Congratulations to Nikhil Danekhu, Jebu Tamang and Manoj Limbu for the medals they won and also a huge thank you to all the students who took part. If things go on like this, we can certainly hope for a chess grandmaster one day. Many thanks to Chandra Dai and Rajan Dangol for mentoring the students during the three-day chess tournament organized by Annapurna Secondary School.

Clean Up Nepal

June 21st, 2022|

Recently a group of 32 motivated NAG students and staff felt honored to be able to participate in a clean up campaign organized by the European Union in Nepal and CLEAN UP NEPAL. For some of us, it was our first [...]

This year’s summer newsletter is here!

June 14th, 2022|

Our summer newsletter 2022 - we hope you enjoy reading it! Update on the NAG situation «Red Panda»-Café and Greenhouse On 8 March 2022 the "Red Panda" café opened its doors just by the entrance to the NAG. This small café is run by [...]

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