Let’s create a better life for children in Nepal!

We support THE UN CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD: Article 9 (excerpt): A child shall not be separated from his or her parents against their will …. unless such separation is necessary for the best interests of the child. A child who is separated from one or both parents has the right to maintain personal relations and direct contact with both parents on a regular basis, except if it is contrary to the child's best interests. Article 27 (excerpt): Children have the right to a standard of living that is good enough to meet their physical and mental needs. Governments should help families and guardians who cannot afford to provide this, particularly with regard to food, clothing and housing. We would love for you to support us.


In the aftermath of the disastrous earthquake of Nepal in 2015 especially children continue suffering. Even those who still have family suffer from neglect, and the inability to meet their needs. They find themselves on the street, without perspectives. This must stop.

Our goal is clear: we want to realize a better life for children in Nepal.

This is also a personal goal, with each of us – a group of 7 people located in Germany and USA  –  having a special connection to this magical but long suffering country. We have made a start, but we need help to make a difference. We need your help –please join us as a supporting member or donate now.

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Es ist immer noch nicht üblich, dass Kinder in Nepal zur Schule gehen. Dieses Mädchen hat das Glück, Eltern zu haben, die sich ihre Ausbildung leisten können und sich sehr bewusst bemühen, ihr das zu geben, was sie für eine gute Zukunft braucht - besonders als Mädchen. Und wir hatten das Glück, sie kennenzulernen. Ein großes Dankeschön auch an die Eltern für das Video.
(Video aufgenommen 2018)

Wir glauben an die Kraft der Liebe und dass wir gemeinsam mit Euch dazu beitragen können, einen Unterschied für Kinder in Nepal zu machen!


It is still not common for children in Nepal to go to school for a number of reasons. This girl is very lucky to have parents that can afford her education and make a big conscious effort to provide her with what she needs to have a bright future. And we were very lucky to have met her. (video taken 2018; thanks to the parents)

We believe in the power of love and that we together with you can help make a difference for children in Nepal.