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Our charity supports disadvantaged children and young adults living in Nepal

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A better life through education

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Namaste! Lai See Chew, Founder and Chief Officer Find out how the journey began...

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What we do

Kids in Kathmandu Nepal (KIKN) charity has been set up to provide help and support to orphans and disadvantaged children and young people, mainly living in and around the Kalimati area in Kathmandu.

The Charity’s income comes from the sponsors of individual children, from fund raising events, from grants for specific projects, and one-off and regular donations from its supporters.

Sponsorship pays for the school fees, all the educational materials and school uniforms required for the sponsored children’s schooling.

Upcoming event 18 Nov. 2017 19:30

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  • Letter Across the Miles

    Letters Across the Miles

    For the first time, all the 40 letters from the children to their sponsors have been given to me without any chasing up on my part. Reading through the letters (which I have to do as part of the requirements of Child Protection law governing Charitable organisations), I was both encouraged and humbled by the

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  • Cristina from Lubhoo School

    Cristina from Lubhoo School

    Cristina caught our attention last year when we made our first visit to the school. She was sobbing at the bottom of the stairs. It transpired that she had seen visitors coming and going, bringing goodies for the chosen few – the sponsored children, and she was never one of them! She was rejected by

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    Parapokar Orphanage

    Deepak Naggi is one of the 20+ boy orphans living in the Orphanage. It is the oldest Orphanage in Kathmandu started by philanthropists in the 1920s. The original building which housed the boys was destroyed by the earthquake in 2015. While the next building which housed the girls remained intact the boys had to be

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  • Amita's New House

    Home Visit to Amita’s New House

    Asmita’s home was destroyed in the 2015 earthquake. For 18 months she and her family of 5 lived in a grain store, in unbelievable hardship. KIKN contributed under £2,000 towards the building cost of a new home. Together with a grant from the government, they have successfully completed the new build. What a pleasure to

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