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

THANK YOU…

August 31st, 2021|

...that you made your way to Zurich to attend the NAG event for the first time at its new location in GZ Heuried. The anticipation on our part was enormous and so was the excitement. We all did not really know how many supporters of the children's home were to be expected this year due to corona and the surprise was great that well over 100 people showed up. A look at the fight against COVID-19 in NAG was the theme of this year's event and Nicole Thakuri-Wick impressively told us how NAG has dealt with all the challenges since the beginning of 2020, how the virus has affected NAG and that the crisis has also created a lot of positive things and new ideas. In the last six months, during which the hospitals were overcrowded and the Nepalese health system was at its limit, NAG was able to ensure access to medical aid for very many people, support over 4,000 families with food and provide access to virtual education in remote schools. At the same time, daily life continued at NAG, children were able to continue attending NAG's own school, concerts, theater performances, and art exhibitions were organized by NAGers for NAGers, shifting the focus away from COVID-19 to more joyful topics. Some of the artwork created at the NAG was brought back to Switzerland from Nepal by Nicole and was exhibited by Andrew Gray during the event. Two have already been sold. The proceeds will be used to buy new [...]

Art Exhibition in NAG – a joyful distraction

June 29th, 2021|

During the last school year, our three art teachers Anjali Tamang Theeng, Gyani Tamang and Nikki Rai taught art to students from kindergarten to 10th grade. With the resulting works, they now held an exhibition at NAG, which was visited by everyone with great interest. [...]

Food Distribution during Lockdown number 2

May 27th, 2021|

The government announced an extension to the lockdown. It has been 36 days of lockdown 2.0. During this stage many poor people couldn’t work. With no work there is no money and no food. In Nepal there is no unemployment money from the government. [...]

The NAG clinic is in continuous use

May 12th, 2021|

Since 2014, NAG has been running the mobile health Clinic. It is registered as the NAWA ASHA GRIHA CLINIC with the Nepali health ministry. With a small team of one doctor (Dr. Raju Khatiwada), one head nurse (Sang Dolma Lama) and three junior nurses, [...]

Your support makes all of this possible. Thank you!