One of the first cases that ChoraChori-Nepal had to deal with was the situation of two sisters who had been rejected by their alcoholic father and step-mother. The girls had been staying in their shack (pictured) in Godawari before the step mother threw them out to fend for themselves. The girls resorted to sleeping rough
Seven excited girls have arrived in Kathmandu ready to start an education and training programme that is being launched by ChoraChori-Nepal. The girls, who are in the age range 17 to 19, come from Tipling, Dhading District. This is a remote part of west Nepal, quite close to the Tibet border, that was near the
The ChoraChori #educatingreeti crowdfunding challenge ends at 2 p.m. BST on the 18th July. We are doing really well, maintaining our strong lead over the other charities - see the Leader Board. However it would be really great if we could get just a little closer to our fundraising target to help us achieve our
Following upon his design support to us in the first few months of this year UK architect volunteer Jonny Davies spent a couple of weeks visiting Nepal and ChoraChori last month. Here is his report on his visit. Now returned to the UK, Jonny can revisit plans for the building of our Kathmandu refuge, better
Our Shanghai to Kathmandu cyclists have now returned to UK pending building plans being finalised, but before they left they were able to spend plenty of time with the Kathmandu refuge kids. And of course to enjoy some great Nepalese food!