The Ama Foundation

The Ama Foundation is dedicated to providing the most underprivileged children of Nepal with a loving home, education and opportunities to live healthy and secure lives within their community.
Ama Ghar Displaced Children Fund
 
Many children have been orphaned or displaced by the recent earthquake activity in Nepal. Ama Foundation is working with anti-trafficking organizations and the Nepal government to help find these children a safe home. We will be taking many of them into our Ama Ghar home, which can house 75 children - but we currently only have funding for the 50 children who currently live there. Please help us to raise the funds to take in more children and give them a loving home, an education and a future. project reportread updates from the field
The Anjana Fund
 
The purpose of the Anjana Fund is to cover funeral expenses, hospital costs, rehabilitation and counseling for the six Ama Ghar children who were lost or injured in last week's landslide which destroyed the classroom at their elementary school. As of July 8, our beautiful Anjana has died and Ajay, Bina, Ram, Rosina and Sunita are out of intensive care and have come home to Ama Ghar. We will continue to provide updates on their well-being through project reports on this site. project reportread updates from the field
Give Hope and an Education to 7 Kids in Nepal
 
Ama Ghar is a home for children who would otherwise be living on the street in terrible conditions. This project will raise funds for our 7 oldest children to continue their education. Government schools in Nepal only teach children through Class 10 - in order to make our children self-sufficient and employable, they need 2 more years of vocational training or college classes. These children (2 boys, 5 girls) are excellent students and have worked hard for a better life - please help. project reportread updates from the field
Ama Ghar Community Earthquake Relief
 
Ama Ghar is a home for orphaned and abandoned children about 16 kilometers outside Kathmandu. Because our home is well built and we live in the country, our children are temporarily safe and have enough food for 4 weeks, or until mid-May. Who knows what will happen after that? Our local schools are rubble and our neighbors are in need. We are the anchor of our small village and will use the funding for relief efforts for our children and surrounding village. Thank you for your generosity. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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