Surgery for Children with Disabilities in Nepal Stop Girl Trafficking in Nepal Stop Girl Trafficking in Nepal Stop Girl Trafficking in Nepal

American Himalayan Foundation

Org #6363
Vetted since 2013
1981
year founded
$202,268
raised on GlobalGiving
8
years fundraising
3
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

AHF was founded over 30 years ago to help people in the Himalaya who were in need and had no one else, and that principle still guides us every day. What we do is basic: we make change - positive, tangible change - happen. We build and support schools and students; train doctors and fund hospitals; care for children and elders; plant trees and restore sacred sites. We help Tibetans rebuild and sustain their culture both in exile and in Tibet.

Projects (5)

Stop Girl Trafficking in Nepal
Nepal / Gender Equality
Sherpa Family Fund
Nepal / Disaster Response
Earthquake Rebuilding in Nepal
Nepal / Disaster Response
 
Project Leaders
Sarah Bakker
Sarah Bakker
Sarah Bakker
Sarah Bakker
Erica Stone
Erica Stone
Team
Erica Stone, Norbu Tenzing
Organization Information
909 Montgomery Street
Suite 400
San Francisco, CA 94133
United States
4152887242
Organization Information
909 Montgomery Street
Suite 400
San Francisco, CA 94133
United States
4152887242

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

May 11, 2022
Why We Love HRDC
A broken bone shouldn’t decide a child’s fate. But in Nepal, treatment is often out of reach, and even a simple injury or illness can turn into a lifetime of disability, shame, and...
Jan 20, 2022
25 Years of Fighting Back and Empowering Girls
Dr. Aruna Uprety, the founder of STOP Girl Trafficking, lights up when she’s talking in front of a classroom full of girls and their parents. She wants them to know, in their bones, the terrible...
Jan 14, 2022
Thirty Years of Care
It started small, an almost chance meeting with a young Nepali surgeon, recently returned from an orthopedic residency in the U.S., at his clinic. He had a modest request (an autoclave) and a bold...
 
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