This project shall provide the helpless, orphaned, poor, affected, and Dalit women and children of Nepal with quality training and education opportunities, reliable healthcare, and a stable living environments, thereby ensuring the future success of Nepal's next generation.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
Each year, 1,578 children lose their parents in Nepal. Of those, only 20% are received by a relative or children's home. This means 1,262 children become homeless each year in Nepal. Within the rural areas of Nepal, women without skills training or education are finding it more difficult to maintain their families and support their children. In some cases, it is found necessary to give away, abandon, or force their children into hard labor to maintain home stability.
How will this project solve this problem?
By providing the quality training and education opportunities, reliable healthcare, and a stable living environments to the women & children of Nepal, we can ensure the future success of Nepal's next generation. HOPAD shall provide the women within the rural area of Dang, Nepal with professional training in tailoring and embroidery so they may acquire the knowledge necessary to support themselves and their families.
Potential Long Term Impact
HOPAD's programs strive to provide quality training and education opportunities, improve health and social conditions, and demonstrate strong, stable living conditions. By planting these simple fundamental seeds in the marginalized women and children of Nepal, HOPAD aspires to grow generations of well educated, physically and financially stable, and proud, capable Nepali people.
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.