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Our program model in India has been designed to focus on three initiatives: providing educational programs for children to help them rise above poverty level, preserving ancient culture and wisdom, and providing support for villagers dealing with natural disasters.

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MK: The project that has been my passion for the past five years is Project Refuge, an orphanage that has been run by the same Nepali family for the past 30 years, located in the Far-Western Region of Nepal. We began this project with the modest goals of teaching art to young students and updating the building with a roof replacement and bunk. Project HOPE is a leading global health and humanitarian organization. We've trained over 1 million health workers, transforming lives in over 100 countries since our founding in 1958. This post-tsunami rehabilitation project includes the construction of 67 houses and a mosque and tree plantation. Each house has two bedrooms, a hall, and a roofed court which is a semi-open space.

Natural Disaster Relief

India 2017mac Humanitarian Project

International humanitarian efforts are a vital part of the work of the Himalayan Institute, and our service has gone beyond the established projects we have in India, Mexico, and Cameroon. In addition to these projects, the Himalayan Institute has provided disaster relief to rural areas in North India and saved thousands of lives.

Himalayan Flood Disaster Relief

From June 14–17, 2013, torrential monsoon rains and a massive water eruption from the Chorabari Glacier led to devastating flash floods and landslides across the Himalayan region of Uttarakhand, North India. Thousands of homes and structures, along with roads and bridges, were washed away, stranding over 100,000 villagers and pilgrims from around India.

The Disaster

The epicenter of this disaster was the ancient sacred shrine of Kedarnath, which was virtually destroyed by the floods and ensuing landslide. Beyond Kedarnath, a slew of neighboring sacred shrines saw utter devastation, including Badrinath, Joshimath, Gangotri, Yamunotri, and the Valley of Flowers region.

Many of the affected regions in the Himalayas have historical significance to the Himalayan Institute, its founder, and its members, who immediately felt called to action. In a short period, funds were raised that supported thousands in need through medical relief efforts and reconstruction aid. The Himalayan Institute raised over $20,000 to help support the victims of this natural disaster. Thank you for your support!

India 2017mac Humanitarian Project Funding

India 2017mac Humanitarian Project

By supporting our family of projects you will help reduce poverty by addressing its root causes. We focus on total community transformation because change is not linear. Your action can provide support for people who face the harsh conditions of poverty every day.

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