“Himalaya Mount Everest Tower” is accountable and responsible for managing the accounts, overall running and direction of the project. The annual audit is transparent and available to all supporters/donors/funders and concerned bodies. Day to day management is carried out by a group of qualified and dedicated personnel. A Project Advisory Committee (PAC) was formed since 2011 to review all Himalaya Mt. Everest Tower projects and activities on a weekly basis and provide necessary suggestions and recommendations to the Board and concern authorities.
There are two people from the Board Committee who are involved with the day-to-day running process of the HIMET. Rajendra Nhisutu (A founder and chairperson) works managing the day-to-day office such as supervision of the various programs, administration and documentation. Additionally, the project is carried out as per the guidelines set forth by our Board and to accomplish HIMET’s goals.
We take accountability and responsibility of managing our works and to our supporters we seek out pro bono support and hand, in kind contributions and corporate donations to keep our overhead costs even lower whenever anyone makes a donation, more of your donation goes directly toward to the all neediest of disabled people and children for their health, welfare and social care include their treatment, food, clothing and educational books, uniforms, shoes and stationary etc.
We regularly review our operational practices, observe accounting best-practices, and have our books in Nepal audited annually by a Govt. registered auditors.