Nepal 2011 – Adoptions

Since Lama Gangchen Help in Action started the long distance adoptions project in Nepal thousands of families have received help. At present the Association has 769 active adoptions in Nepal. Many of the children first accepted into the project are now finishing their education. In 2011, 79 children sat the School Leaving Certificate exam and of these 32 have gone on to further education thanks to the continued help of their sponsors. Against all the odds these children, from some of the poorest families of the Kathmandu area, are now studying to become the future engineers, nurses, social workers, hotel managers, journalists and teachers of Nepal. The Association is incredibly proud of their achievements.

In the present school year, a further 85 children are hoping to complete their studies by sitting for their School Leaving Certificate in March of 2012. We wish them all well!

Our aim is to help many more children to have an education that will allow them to create a better future for themselves and their families – please continue to help us make their dreams come true.

The photo gallery has some group photos of sponsored children, children writing letters to their sponsors, photos of some older children who finished their education this year and some of the new children who have recently entered the programme.

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