Kailash Humla Children’s Foundation (KHCF), a non government NGO for Kids in Nepal, was established in 2012 in Humla Muchu village with 12 children, one teacher, and a caretaker. In the Year 2013, NGO team started planning of how to build a hostel for the kids. The land rented for 30 years with an agreement with the landowner. With this vision, support came from some Australia indigene’s who contributed to the building construction expenses and school/hostel operation expenses. operation expenses.
The NGO always work for the betterment and improvement of Humla’s social, cultural, environmental, health economic, and educational situation. Due to lack of financial resources and knowledge, it is tough for us to work in the way we would like to do. So we request your support to help us in any way you can. If you are unable to help financially for our NGO, we sincerely appreciate your kind wishes, definite opinions, and advice.
Kailash Humla Children’s Foundation was founded by Lama Pema Topchen who expressed the reason behind this vision in a quote “Because I come from Humla, born and grew up in Humla I understood the difficulties our villagers were passing through which is lack of a proper education system. I became a Buddhist monk when I was eleven years old and spent eight years living in the monastery. When I was fourteen years old, I began to think about helping people in Humla on how to get a better education and live a better life. At nineteen years old I came out from the monastery as I am the only child of my parents and had to take care of my mum and grandmother. In 2001, I moved to Kathmandu but visited Humla frequently in a year to connect with my family, friends, and community there. Proper education awareness to develop my people in Humla and other neighboring towns and villages have been my childhood day’s vision and dream. Humla is naturally a beautiful place in this world, but it is very far from the city and underdevelopment.
I am doing my best in this admiration, and I will always be working to help the community without any purpose of self-benefit. If you can help our organization through financial support, that’s wonderful, and we are grateful. Also, kind and warm support from my friends and sponsors are essential for the organization.”
|Morning-5am||The children wake up from bed|
|5am – 5:30||wash face and cleaning own bed|
|5:30- 6:30||Morning prayer and self-study|
|8:am-8:45||Tibetan and English tuition|
|8:45-9:45||Nepali and Mathematic tuition|
|9:45-10am||Ready to go school class|
|6pm-8pm||Foundation work study and evening prayer|
|8pm-9pm||Dinner and bed time|
|Saturday||Holiday/ In Nepali government has did Saturday is public holiday.!|