Giriraj has been part of the HCC family since 2004. He is editor of his college newspaper, an excellent student and was project manager of HCC’s Wifi outreach program providing internet to schools in rural regions of Nepal. He is grateful, kind and a true success story. We asked him what “hope” means to him. … Read more
Pabitra recently finished her grade 10 in her home village of Dhading and moved into Khushi Ghar to continue her education, she wants to be a social worker. All month we are asking the students to tell us what education means to them, here Pabitra elaborates on what the opportunity means to her: Education … Read more
The newest issue of the Khushi Ghar student newspaper, Rising Children is out! Read issue #1. Read issue #2.
Every month we ask the students to talk to us about a different theme. This month is “life skills”. Kamala weighs in on what skills she has learned and how they will benefit her in the future. The term “life skills” refers to the skills you need to make the most out of life. It … Read more
Student volunteers from the HCC Youth Council (USA) recently made photo albums for the students in Nepal graduating from grade 10. We asked Jiya to tell us about her experience creating them. What do you find most rewarding about volunteering with HCC? The joy on the kids faces when we talk and meet in person … Read more
Ram has been in the HCC Signature Program since 2006. He is in his second year of Culinary School and planning for his future in the restaurant industry. I feel great being involved in the culinary school because that is the place for a student to get knowledge, skills, and to learn techniques. Without the education, … Read more
At the end of grade 10 students in Nepal are required to take the Secondary Education Exam (SEE). This milestone is a crucial step in their advancement to higher education. Nine students in the Signature Program and three students in the RES Program were eligible and all twelve passed!! In addition to this achievement opening educational doors, the Signature Program … Read more
The students at Khushi Ghar recently hosted a open house as a fundraiser for their summer Sewa (service) Project. The funds they raised were matched by a generous sponsor so their efforts could go even further! Barsha tells us the full story: On June 14th, 2019 we held an open house fundraising event at Khushi … Read more
Rina recently graduated from grade 10 and moved into Khushi Ghar full time. She is using her time before she starts school again in the fall to volunteer and give back to her community. She wrote us a letter about this month’s theme: JOY I have felt joy many times in my life. Even … Read more
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