Our mission team take no salary and pays. Administrative expenses include stationary, ink, stamps and computer-related costs, food are less than 2% of total contributions. We work hard to make sure that donated amount go to help to the neediest children of Nepal.
Yes. we are in particular need of journalism, research and internships students who will help documentation, projection the work of our Nepal Mission by telling the stories to the World. And you just simply need permission from the organization and we can arrange further help whatsoever you may need from us.
The main food that Nepalese eat is “dal-bhat and tarkari” which is rice, lentils and curry (spiced of course to taste). Some other great Nepali foods are roti and momos—fried or steamed, veg or buff (yes, buffalo meat).
Yes, that would be fantastic and greatly appreciated. However, before doing so, please communicate with our main office so we can approve your fund-raising activity. Your small effort can make a huge difference to the lives of children.
There are literally thousands of great restaurants in every part of Nepal including around the Himalayas where you can eat Italian, Mexican, Indian, American, Chinese or Nepali foods. As you eat dinner at the local restaurants, you can view the mountains, you can see the traditional dancing and singing as well as the movie along with taste of typical nepali food.
We always need food, clothes, medicine (general medical supplies like band-aids, antiseptic, cough syrup, etc), books, stationery & office supplies, English as a Second Language (ESL) materials, children’s video/cassette/CD and emergency fund when they happen to sick.
Our organization’s Chairperson Mr. Rajendra Nhisutu has 4th stories with many rooms one home and Resort nearby in Kathmandu as per the the guests desire they can stay with him and we have also comfortable guesthouses which are attached to our Himalaya Mt. Everest Tower ‘HIMET’ in Kathmandu and Home stay around the our mission field beside the most beautiful and breathtaking Himalayas areas of Nepal.
Rajendra Nhisutu as the Chair and director of the organization his job is to help shape the strategic direction of Nepal Mission of HIMET. He assists with local remote schools and comminities do fundraising and reports to the General Conference and Board Committee
The leadership of HIMET consists of three peopele in different communities who are responsible for our children mission. They handle all of our works including educational works on community. All three assist one another as needed. They are a terrific whole hearted team. You can read more about them on the OUR WORKING STRUCTURE page.
Yes! we’ve volunteers team separately for mountaineering activity they’re linked with our trekking agency and we help you to get excited reaching to the most beautiful Himalayas and Everest, Annapurna, Kanchanjunga base Camps along with our mission field and remote villages of Nepal too.
No. currently We only work with the existing infrastructure (i.e. schools, teachers and curriculum) and focus on addressing the financial barriers to education by providing help for hopeless and forgotten children of Nepal with comprehensive academic scholarships.
Same curriculum as any other Nepalese children are getting. HIMET’s focus is not about amending, correcting or improving Nepal’s curriculum.
Nepal Mission is Community Base Organization (CBO). We work with communities to ensure that the children do not participate in child labour and is not subject to exploitation in any way.
All schools that HIMET works with must sign a Memorandum of Understanding stating that under no circumstances will any form of child abuse or corporal punishment be tolerated against any children at the school.
Absolutely! We welcome checks and money orders. Please send to:
Himalaya Mt. Everest Tower
Post Box No. 5020, Zip/Postal Code: 44600
Kathmandu, Bagmati, Nepal
Of course! We will be happy to include the individual you donate in honor or memory of on our Partners widget. Simply drop a note to us with your check in the mail letting us know, or you donateed in honor or memory of someone.
Yes, of course! It is prohibitively expensive to transport these goods overseas to Nepal. However, you are welcome to earmark a monetary donation for specific purchases if you desire. We promise that your donation will go much further when spent in Nepal.
Absolutely! You can read about our budget and other financial information on the Nepal Mission FAQ, learn more about our WHAT and HOW WE WORK. Nepal Mission ‘HIMET’ section of the site also provides a track record of all current, past and future projects. If you have more questions or concerns, please contact us.