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You can make a decisive and lasting difference to the life of one of the girls. Sponsorships are a wonderful way of experiencing the joy of helping a child in need.

Your small help makes aBig Difference in their Lives

Make a Donation

In order to be able to give equal and the best possible support to each girl, we rely on sponsors to financially support the girls until they have completed their formal education and are ready to leave the PNH. You can make a decisive and lasting difference to one girl's life. Most of the 48 girls currently living at the PNH already have a sponsor, but there are still more than 10 girls who urgently need a sponsor. We would also like to take in new girls and already have such enquiries, but we have to find sponsors for the current occupants first before we can accept any new girls. Our capacity is far over 48 girls, but we are unable to take in more girls due to lack of sponsorhip and donation.

Why become a Sponsor?

Many of the girls are daughters of families who - as a result of the Civil War and the Maoist Uprising - have lost all their belongings and have come to Kathmandu in search of employment - without success. Unfortunately, such a search for a way out of poverty often ends in the streets, or results in drug or other criminal offences, frequently leading to prison sentences. The girls are taken to prison with their parents - an environment which does not help them to step off these paths and lead better lives. Other girls have lived in poor conditions in the remote villages of Nepal where there is no school within reach.

How do I become a Sponsor?

Many of the girls are daughters of families who - as a result of the Civil War and the Maoist Uprising - have lost all their belongings and have come to Kathmandu in search of employment - without success. Unfortunately, such a search for a way out of poverty often ends in the streets, or results in drug or other criminal offences, frequently leading to prison sentences. The girls are taken to prison with their parents - an environment which does not help them to step off these paths and lead better lives. Other girls have lived in poor conditions in the remote villages of Nepal where there is no school within reach.

How do I decide which child to Sponsor?

Many of the girls are daughters of families who - as a result of the Civil War and the Maoist Uprising - have lost all their belongings and have come to Kathmandu in search of employment - without success. Unfortunately, such a search for a way out of poverty often ends in the streets, or results in drug or other criminal offences, frequently leading to prison sentences. The girls are taken to prison with their parents - an environment which does not help them to step off these paths and lead better lives. Other girls have lived in poor conditions in the remote villages of Nepal where there is no school within reach.

Where Does Your Money Go?

Many of the girls are daughters of families who - as a result of the Civil War and the Maoist Uprising - have lost all their belongings and have come to Kathmandu in search of employment - without success. Unfortunately, such a search for a way out of poverty often ends in the streets, or results in drug or other criminal offences, frequently leading to prison sentences. The girls are taken to prison with their parents - an environment which does not help them to step off these paths and lead better lives. Other girls have lived in poor conditions in the remote villages of Nepal where there is no school within reach.

Can I visit my Sponsee Child?

Many of the girls are daughters of families who - as a result of the Civil War and the Maoist Uprising - have lost all their belongings and have come to Kathmandu in search of employment - without success. Unfortunately, such a search for a way out of poverty often ends in the streets, or results in drug or other criminal offences, frequently leading to prison sentences. The girls are taken to prison with their parents - an environment which does not help them to step off these paths and lead better lives. Other girls have lived in poor conditions in the remote villages of Nepal where there is no school within reach.

Post-Schooling Sponsorship

Many of the girls are daughters of families who - as a result of the Civil War and the Maoist Uprising - have lost all their belongings and have come to Kathmandu in search of employment - without success. Unfortunately, such a search for a way out of poverty often ends in the streets, or results in drug or other criminal offences, frequently leading to prison sentences. The girls are taken to prison with their parents - an environment which does not help them to step off these paths and lead better lives. Other girls have lived in poor conditions in the remote villages of Nepal where there is no school within reach.

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