Since our beginnings in 2010, we have completed 12 initiatives in Nepal and Kenya in collaboration with local communities and NGOs.
Jarang Primary School, Gorkha District, Nepal – 2010
The Jarang Primary School serves 60 students annually in this remote village of Nepal’s Gorkha District.
Solukhumbu Girls’ Hostel, Solukhumbu District, Nepal – 2011
The Solukhumbu Girls’ Hostel houses 40 girls from remote villages who are attending higher secondary school (Grades 11 and 12) in the Solukhumbu District Capital of Salleri.
Phuleli Secondary School, Solukhumbu District, Nepal – 2011
The Phuleli Secondary School serves 80 students annually in Grades 7 and 8. Before the school was built, students in these grades were forced to commute to a village two hours away, to the closest secondary school, which resulted in many families keeping their daughters home from school.
Purdu Community Water Supply, Solukhumbu District, Nepal – 2011
The Purdu Water Supply provides 8 community taps to this remote village where girls were previously staying home from school so they could walk two hours each way to the nearest water source to collect water for their households.
Basa Higher Secondary School, Solukhumbu District, Nepal – 2012 &2013
This eight-room higher secondary school provides access to Grades 11 and 12 for students in this remote region of the Solukhumbu District, who previously were faced with a 10-hour commute to the nearest higher secondary school in the district capital of Salleri.
Kaku Secondary School, Solukhumbu District, Nepal – 2014
The Kaku Secondary school is part of a larger campus serving 539 lower caste students, half of which are girls, in this remote village in Nepal.
Khamburaini & Gitinga School Water Supplies, Naro Moru, Kenya – 2014
The water supplies at the Khamburaini and Gitinga Primary Schools in Naro Moru, Kenya provide drinking water for the students, as well as irrigation for school gardens used to feed students during the day.
Solukhumbu Girls’ University Hostel, Salleri, Nepal – 2014 & 2015
Currently under construction, this dormitory will serve 20 girls in the Solukhumbu (Everest) Region pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in its inaugural year.