A better life for children in Nepal!
We are a non-profit association based in Berlin. Our goal is to achieve a better life for children in Nepal – for example through our projects for street children or vulnerable families.
Our vision is a life in Nepal in which children and women should live safer, more protected, healthier and happier. In everything we do, we work to ensure that orphans, street children and women in need have a protected space to survive, grow and thrive. We support survivors of human trafficking through selected projects.
How You Can Help
We chose Betterplace.org as our donation platform. Donating online is safe, certified, convenient and easy. We also accept direct transfers or standard cash and check donations.
You can get involved today as a volunteer. Simply contact us and you will become a member of a group of active supporters, a network that is strong enough to bring about positive changes in children’s lives.
Your support as a supporting member will help provide children and families in need with the necessary resources, food and education, while at the same time fulfilling the promise of a better future. You can make a difference today: Application.
What People Say
“Happiness means enabling the future and creating a sheltered place for it. Especially the souls of children are particularly in need of protection. We admire this initiative and wish it many more supporters.”Dr. Thomas Garms
“We mostly pay attention to those who have a big mouth in the media. It is often the small projects that make change possible. I want to make such projects heard. “Holger Volland
- 3x luck made with Love in NepalThis is our second order, as we have sold the first “test” order. So many thanks to everyone who has already bought one or more wish ribbons!!! What’s with the wish-bracelet? They are 100 % produced in Nepal by survivors of trafficking and people without hearing. All proceeds will be used for children in Nepal! ..
- Together we are stronger!
The plan was a different one, because we wanted to sign our cooperation or rather the framework of our collabortion directly in Kathmandu. And then came Corona. And since it is not clear at the moment whether we can travel to Kathmandu in September, we decided to sign our agreement in Hamburg.
- Memory Lane 2015 & BlockadeThe blockade, which began on 23 September 2015, was an economic and humanitarian crisis that severely affected Nepal and its economy. The background is a dispute between Nepal and India. Nepal has accused India of imposing an undeclared blockade. India has denied the accusations and stated that the supply shortages were imposed by Madheshi protesters inside Nepal.
Become a Buddy
In order to help as many people as possible, we always lack enthusiastic volunteers. Please contact us for more information.