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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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  • The new school

    Ishwor Adharbhot Primary School

    This little school sits in the most deprived area in Kathmandu. It is also KIKN’s poorest to date. It has 80 pupils and 8 teachers, a good ratio of teachers to pupils. Within the pupil population, 32 children beg in the street before and after school. A local youth worker has managed to work with

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    First visit to Neel Barahi School

    First visit to Neel Barahi School today. Met up with Januka Nepal, the Principal. Much has been achieved by the school. There are now over 1100 pupils with over 300 in the 6th form. 5 years ago it was 600+ pupils with 8 6th formers. The Science lab KIKN / FFK helped to set up

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    Home Visits

    Uma and I visited 2 of our children who live in the slum by the main river. We thought we were seasoned workers…..We have seen it, been there, got the t-shirt….. and shock proof. How wrong we were! The narrow path along the river is where the families have their front doors. Mass migration to

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  • KIKN's Sponsored Children

    Lai See’s 10th Visit to Kathmandu

    Some of the 40 children received their sponsors’ letters today. How they have grown! I have received their school reports at the same time. A mixed bunch. Uma and I gave them the usual pep talk – need to do better apart from 4 of them. Good to see 2 of our undergrads too. They

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