Small Effort Make Big Change

Small Effort Make Big Change

ASHA aims to provide quality education to all the underprivileged children, thereby fulfilling their dreams to build a better future.

Education

We are providing high quality pre schooling program between the ages of 3 to 10 as per their education needs.

Shelter

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Fooding

Asha is providing one time healthy, heavy and hygienic food as nutrition is very important for childhood learning and development.

Clothing

We will gladly accept all gently used clothing items. All clothing items should be in decent and usable condition.

Story AboutWhat we do

NGO “ASHA” is a non-profitable organization running educational programs for underprivileged children with the help of donations from people and various sources. Though we aim to educate slum kids, we also offer help to those who are poor and underprivileged in providing pre-primary schooling.

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How are we different?

How are we different?

We brings new hopes in the lives of poor kids and their parents by being different, by making a big difference in their future.

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Professional Support

Join your hand with us for a better life and beautiful future.

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Give Donation

Help needy children for food, education, love & a safe home.

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Give Scholarship

Consider a Gift of Scholarship to help pay for school expenses.

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Explore Asha's work and Impact

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Explore Asha's work and Impact

Our Reach

In keeping with its philosophy of 'Real Work Real Change', Asha for Children , an NGO in Kathmandu Nepal to support the underserved, has taken its intervention into the interiors of Nepal, reaching the unreached in the remotest of rural areas with our services and making this helping foundation in Nepal, the best NGO in Nepal.

  • 57
    Educated Children
  • 34
    Happy Donars
  • 24
    Volunteers
  • 43
    Families Supported

Supporters Thought

Working as volunteers in ASHA was really valuable experience for both of us. We are happy about assisting the teachers during the lessons and getting an impression of their teaching. After some years of teaching experience in Luxembourg, we were really interested in their work and tried to give them some ideas and different methods of teaching we are using in our school system. All the teachers had been open-minded and happy about every input and immediately tried to put our...

ANNIE & TANJA ANNIE & TANJA [Luxembourg]

Volunteers Message

Working at ASHA was such a rewarding experience! Sarika is an amazing teacher and so devoted to her job, I learned a lot from her. The children love her and are so eager to learn. Besides school education, ASHA provided healthy food, a structured social everyday life, and teaches important hygiene rules. Besides, ASHA ensures that the children get basic medical care and even offers trainings for the mothers. It was awesome to be with the kids everyday, to laugh with them, and to see how quickly they learn and improve. The...

Jeanetter Prinz Jeanetter Prinz [Munich, Germany]

First coming to Nepal was not different than I expected it to be. It is crowded and everything is louder than I am used to it it Europe. Then I came to Asha. I was welcomed from all the kids with the really loud "Namaste" and a Hello. I immediately felt at home. I was asked if I have ideas or games or things to do with the kids. I had a lot of things in mind. During my time here I was allowed to realize a lot of my ideas with the kids. I was so happy that nearly everyone in Nepal speaks English, so there was not a big language...

Katharina Drawetz Katharina Drawetz [Austria]

Working as volunteers in ASHA was really valuable experience for both of us. We are happy about assisting the teachers during the lessons and getting an impression of their teaching. After some years of teaching experience in Luxembourg, we were really interested in their work and tried to give them some ideas and different methods of teaching we are using in our school system. All the teachers had been open-minded and happy about every input and immediately tried to put our ideas into practice. We are grateful for this...

ANNIE & TANJA ANNIE & TANJA [Luxembourg]

I'm Julia from the Netherlands and I am 19 years old. Last year I went to Nepal for three months, on my own. I travelled, experienced the Nepali life and also volunteered at a school, named ASHA. I am so happy I made the decision to volunteer at this school. I learned so much and got new insights. The first two weeks at the school I had the time to get used to everything, the children, the teachers, the way of teaching and so on. This was a comfortable way to get to know...

Julia Rooznebeek Julia Rooznebeek [Netherlands]