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

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, the small NAG Clinic situated within NAG provides medical help to all of its students as well as the community. With our 4-wheel Jeep, the NAG clinic team visits remote villages in Nuwakot and Sindhupalchowk. There, it provides basic medical help and teaches the locals about hygiene and family planning. After the earthquake in 2015, the nurses and doctor went out to help where they could. During the Covid-19 pandemic the clinic has not only taken care of all the children in the home but has also been supporting the local isolation centers with medicine, safety equipment, food and oxygen. Due to the very difficult situation in Nepal at this very moment, we are running a small ambulance service for the isolation wards in Tokha and other places.

Graduation and Holi – what a month it was!

April 13th, 2021|

With the new month, the warm weather started to arrive in March. Classes continued as per usual with the day scholars and hostellers back in their classes. Safety measures are still being taken as the vaccine has not been available to us yet. Teachers will [...]

Six weeks into 2021

February 16th, 2021|

We celebrated the coming of the New Year with movies till midnight and a special meal for all the NAGers. After the long year of 2020, the New Year was just what we needed to celebrate during these trying times. The NAGers also started participating [...]

Your support makes all of this possible. Thank you!