Saraswati has been studying hard and sent us a letter as she finishes her last year of her Bachelor’s Degree. I was so happy to meet with Bruce Uncle and Dinesh Uncle. It had been a monotonous routine and your visit really cheered me up a lot. I have been focusing on my practicals since … Read more
Recently HCC sponsor Naresh Gurung was able to visit with the students at Khushi Ghar. He sat down to talk about his experience as a mentor and sponsor and what it was like to meet the students he’s been helping! How did you find out about hcc? My parents were originally from Pokhara … Read more
Mentorship is a fundamental part of what we do. Guiding the students to find their path, to be their best and encouraging them to do the same for their communities. Bina truly exemplifies these qualities. In grade 12, she is a good student, a poet and a voracious reader, and this last year she … Read more
Chet and HCC Khushi Ghar House Parent Hira recently attended a course on women’s empowerment and shifting the patriarchal paradigm in Nepal. Women’s Leadership Summit is a six month leadership program that comprises a six-day residential program, three bi-monthly meet-ups and a graduation program. Women’s Leadership Summit works to foster leadership and technical skills to … Read more
It’s been a while that I haven’t had chance to communicate with you. I am really grateful for the love, support and care that you gave me. I have accomplished the journey to my master’s degree and this wouldn’t have been possible without your valuable support. Now I am able to live an independent, self … Read more
The students at Khushi Ghar are so excited to share their second newsletter! Click through to experience all 15 pages! And if you missed Issue #1, check it out here.
I had college internship for a month in a district called Myagdi. Myagdi district lies in the western part of Nepal and it is a very remote area. The district with the Beni as its headquarter covers an area of 2,297 km square. There is extreme poverty and people have less access to health care facilities. The … Read more
As a social worker, the desire to help others is in Erika Mateus’ blood. She believes in helping and caring for children and teaching them to think critically, value life and the planet. In addition to traditional education, she believes in teaching each child that the world can be a different and better place. Growing … Read more
While on summer break, HCC Signature Program students continue to create new opportunities for learning. Use the task bar at the bottom to scroll through all 12 pages!
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