Our Projects

Girls Education Support Program 

The Girls Education Support program implemented by AHF Nepal in ten villages across three districts (Solukhumbu, Okhaldhunga, and Khotang) is a commendable initiative aimed at providing educational support to girls in these regions. This program is designed to benefit approximately 300 girls by assisting them in their education throughout the year. It’s heartening to know that this initiative has been ongoing since 2016 and continues to make a positive impact in these communities.

The support from Sukhi Home and other individual donors highlights the collaborative effort involved in making this program possible. Such initiatives are crucial for promoting gender equality and empowering girls with access to education, which can have far-reaching benefits for both the individuals and the communities they belong to. Education plays a pivotal role in breaking the cycle of poverty and improving the overall quality of life for individuals and societies.

Water and Sanitation 

The Water and Sanitation project being implemented at Necha Community Hospital in Necha, Solukhumbhu, is a significant endeavor to improve access to clean water and sanitation facilities in the area. It’s wonderful to know that this project received support from Unica Foundation in the Netherlands, demonstrating international collaboration for a vital cause.

Access to clean water and proper sanitation is fundamental to public health and the well-being of communities. It helps prevent waterborne diseases and ensures a safer and healthier environment. Completing the project by the end of 2019 indicates a commitment to delivering these essential services promptly.

New Building at NCH

That’s wonderful news! The construction of a new building at Necha Community Hospital with eight rooms for male and female wards is indeed a significant development for healthcare in the community. Such expansions can greatly improve the quality of care provided to patients and enhance the overall capacity of the hospital.

It’s heartwarming to hear that the project is supported by the Serena Barat Foundation from the Netherlands. Their contribution reflects the importance of international collaboration and philanthropy in advancing healthcare services around the world. The foundation’s support will undoubtedly make a positive impact on the hospital and the community it serves.

Completing the project within the year is an ambitious and commendable goal. It will require dedicated efforts from all involved, including the construction team, hospital staff, and the foundation. Once completed, this new building will serve as a milestone in healthcare, providing a more comfortable and efficient environment for patients and healthcare providers.

The Necha Community Hospital and the people it serves are fortunate to have such support and dedication to improving healthcare services. This development represents progress in the ongoing effort to provide accessible and high-quality healthcare to the community.

Solar Installation in NCH 

The implementation of a solar installation in the new Necha Community Hospital building in Solukhumbu, supported by the Unica Foundation from the Netherlands, is a significant achievement. This project, completed in April 2016, demonstrates the importance of sustainable energy solutions in improving healthcare services, particularly in areas with unreliable or limited access to the electrical grid.

The use of solar power in the hospital is a vital development as it ensures a continuous and reliable source of electricity. This is particularly crucial for medical facilities that need to operate essential equipment, such as X-ray machines and other medical apparatus, around the clock. With solar power in place, the hospital can provide 24-hour medical care and diagnostic services, enhancing the quality of healthcare available to the community.

The support from the Unica Foundation highlights the positive impact of international partnerships and philanthropy in addressing critical healthcare needs in underserved regions. By providing sustainable energy solutions, the foundation has not only improved healthcare services but also contributed to the overall well-being of the community in Necha.

This project serves as an excellent example of how renewable energy technologies can be harnessed to improve healthcare infrastructure and access to medical services in remote areas. It’s a testament to the dedication of organizations like the Unica Foundation and their commitment to making a difference in people’s lives.

Agriculture and Environment Protection 

Beyond economic productivity and poverty reduction, agricultural stagnation undermines the Government’s goal of achieving food security for all citizens of Nepal. Asian Heritage Foundation Nepal believes that only with the development in agriculture and environment protection activities with support of related livelihoods will bring the change in rural people of rural communities.


The commitment of the Asian Heritage Foundation Nepal to a holistic and humanistic vision of quality education in rural Nepal is commendable. This vision aligns with several fundamental principles and values related to education and its transformative power:

  1. Right to Education: The belief in everyone’s right to education is a fundamental human right. Ensuring access to quality education for all, regardless of their socio-economic background or location, is a cornerstone of equitable and inclusive development.
  2. Education for Human Development: Education is not merely about acquiring knowledge and skills; it is also about personal and human development. A holistic approach to education emphasizes the development of individuals as well-rounded, socially responsible, and ethically minded citizens.
  3. Social and Economic Development: Education is a catalyst for both social and economic development. It empowers individuals to participate meaningfully in society, contribute to the economy, and break the cycle of poverty. A well-educated population is a valuable asset for any nation.
  4. Transformative Potential: Education has the power to transform lives. It can empower individuals to pursue their dreams, reach their full potential, and become active agents of positive change in their communities and beyond.
  5. Role Models for Change: Educated individuals often serve as role models within their communities. They can inspire and motivate others to seek education and make positive contributions to society. This ripple effect can lead to broader social and economic progress.
  6. Community Engagement: Holistic education often involves the active engagement of communities. It recognizes that education is not isolated from the broader social context but is deeply intertwined with the values, culture, and needs of the community it serves.

The Asian Heritage Foundation Nepal’s focus on quality education in rural areas acknowledges the importance of addressing educational disparities that exist between urban and rural regions. This commitment can help bridge the gap and create opportunities for rural populations to access education and its benefits.

Efforts to improve education in rural areas can involve initiatives such as building schools, training teachers, providing scholarships, and developing relevant curricula that align with local needs. It’s a holistic approach that takes into account not only the educational aspect but also the broader socio-economic and cultural context of the communities being served.

By promoting quality education in rural Nepal, the foundation is contributing to the overall well-being and development of the country, fostering a new generation of responsible and empowered citizens who can be catalysts for positive change.

Community Mobilization 

Asian Heritage Foundation Nepal is focused on approaches such as participatory learning and action (PLA) to be used in the mobilization process.

Health and Nutrition 

Asian Heritage Foundation Nepal’s Health and Nutrition program is being implemented through Necha Community Hospital in Necha Solukhumbu since eleven years. We provide services for mothers, newborns and children and rural underprivileged people through community and health facilities that work to improve quality and access through programming and advocacy through community participation.

Tourism and Livelihood 

Asian Heritage Foundation Nepal has a strategy to promote and support tourism in rural areas to uplift the livelihood status of the local people of that area. We believe that tourism is the route to macro-economic growth of the rural people, as it is one of the components of the Rural Development.