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The young child is from Mugu, a very remote part of Nepal

This photo was taken in Patherkhola village of Jumla during one of our trips. The young child is from Mugu, a very remote part of Nepal, and was abandoned by his father when his mother passed away. A local pastor found the child and is currently raising him along with his four other children (one of whom is carrying the boy). The guy who took this photo was struck by the beauty of this family:

“I normally do not take pictures of people facing hardship, but I believe this is not a story of hardship alone. In fact, more than anything this is a story of strength, of compassion and even more of love.”



November 19th is ‘International Toilet Day’

November 19th is ‘International Toilet Day’ and we figured it is appropriate to highlight the toilet and the importance of adequate sanitation!

In the remote areas of Nepal, 3 out of 4 villagers lack adequate sanitation. This directly impacts the health of those living in the remote villages. MountainChild, with one of our core issues being HEALTH, has been striving to change this statistic by educating, equipping, and empowering local villagers. As a primary example, in the aftermath of the earthquake, MountainChild worked with several remote villages and the leadership of three Village Development Committees (VDCs) in Bigu, Alampu, and Chilanka within the Dolakha District to address a tremendous need for proper sanitation. As a result, supplies and training were provided and 954 toilets were constructed! This equated to 1 toilet for every three households within these three VDCs!

Carrying Hope comes in many forms!



We have had a team remote for 2 months

We have had a team remote for 2 months, trekking to many different villages throughout the Himalayas. During their time in the mountains they have held meetings, taught English, built swing sets, and so much more. They are just now making their way back to Kathmandu this week! These are a few photos from their time serving the people of Mustang.



Some of our RANCH graduates had the opportunity to join one of our teams in trekking

After growing up with us in our Remote Areas of Nepal Children’s Hope (RANCH) home, some of our RANCH graduates had the opportunity to join one of our teams in trekking to remote Himalayan villages to #CarryHope! This photo shows them teaching songs in English to these beautiful children. Our desire for our RANCH kids is to see them grow up empowered to return to the mountains to Carry Hope to their people, and seeing them do just that is incredible!



A team from Colorado, USA recently returned from villages within Lower Mustang

A team from Colorado, USA recently returned from villages within Lower Mustang, a remote area of Nepal that lies along the Annapurna Circuit. Along the way they conducted WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) surveys to support MountainChild’s focus on two of our five core issues, HEALTH and EDUCATION. The surveys provide the opportunity to teach about the importance of clean water, proper sanitation and the value of hygiene. They also shared tremendous stories of engaging and carrying hope to the children of the Himalayas. The simplicity of a smile can move us all! ‪#‎carryhope‬

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