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

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.

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

Springtime at NAG

April 29th, 2024|

There are a few exciting stories to report from NAG again, starting out with our 12th graders. They are currently under exam stress. The last final exam for Year 12 will take place on May 8 and we are keeping our fingers crossed for all of them! Before the exams started, the eleven students who will be working as "teacher trainers" after the exams are done, were able to enjoy the last training session with Jessica Winsor and Manjita Koirala. From mid-May, they will then be working in some of our partner schools and will hopefully be able to successfully apply what they have learned. Last week, on April 23, the annual "Admission Day" took place. On this day, poor families come to NAG with their children. They queue up in the early hours of the morning to secure a place for their child at the NAG internal school "NiMS". Once again this year, many people turned up and the NAG team was very busy interviewing the families in more detail. That way, we can ensure that the few places are allocated to the cases that really need them. This year, 24 children were accepted for the "Nursery". STEAM - this stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics and is increasingly finding its way into our education. The appropriate German term is [...]

Teacher Training on the road to success

March 11th, 2024|

The NAG Teacher Training Project is running at full speed. This year, teacher training has already taken place at four schools: in Kathmandu at the Saraswati School and the Manohara School, in Jhor at the Baudeshor School and in Dolpo. The training courses vary [...]

Annual Letter 2023

February 15th, 2024|

Dear Friends of NAG - Namaste! The turn of the year 2022/2023 at NAG was quiet, the waves of the previous two years having definitely calmed down. In February the "crazy Cheib” (crazy guy) rode into NAG on his bike.  Ivo Schär, alias "Borderzibi", [...]

NAG supports 500 families affected by the earthquake

November 20th, 2023|

As part of our Teacher Training project, Ohm Thakuri traveled to the affected area shortly after the earthquake on  November 3, 2023 and also visited an area that was badly affected. Many of the inhabitants belong to the Dalit caste and are therefore very [...]

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