Two-year-old Bishu is in lower kindergarten. He is an intelligent and active boy who is currently working on figuring out his numbers and alphabets (Nepali and English). Soon after his birth his young mother abandoned him and disappeared. His home was destroyed in the earthquake, and Bishnu’s desperately poor, elderly father is in his 70’s and struggles to take care of his young son. Bishu has a nickname that means “King of Hearts” and he has been placed in a good school in the district headquarters.
Bishu (Dil Narayan) Himalayan Children’s Charities Earthquake Victim
Visiting our Rise students in Dhading
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HCC’s Annual Fundraiser – Nov 4, 2023
This years fundraiser will be broadcast from our live event in Atlanta! Join us at 7:30 PM (EST) on Saturday, November 4 for a live auction, silent...
New Classroom Furniture in Benighat
The Benighat Outreach Project is continuing! In the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, a community in crisis was brought to our attention. In the...
Chadani’s Report from Lower Dhading
Multiple times a year the HCC Nepal team checks in on the students in the RISE Program in their various locations. We distribute scholarships, prov...
Rising Children Issue #7
We love a new issue of the Khushi Ghar student newspaper, Rising Children! Missed the first 6? Check them out! Issue #1. Issue #2. Issue #3. Issue ...
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