About FHC NepalFHC Nepal founded by members of Batase village for the people and children of the village. We offer smaller volunteer groups tours to the village return fully guided by local guides with local personal service.
FHC registered in 2012 with the Rural Community Development Program (1388).
FHC Nepal is non-political, non for profit, non-religious volunteer organization. Since its inception in 2012 FHC Nepal has been running community based volunteer programs in the village of More ...
Mission of FHC NepalThe mission of FHC Nepal is to encourage international volunteers to contribute to a sustainable community development that benefits the underprivileged and extremely poor children. By developing the village and the community the volunteers are also developing themselves and learning new life changing experiences.
FHC Nepal's visiting friends programs are at no charge only pay for local guides and meals and accommodation very affordable and offer a fantastic experience. Batase village is only a 2 day trek out of the Kathmandu valley. Our focus has always been to serve orphans, underprivileged children, and community projects. That's why 100% of all FHC fees goes back into the community of the village by employing only local staff, teachers and guides.
Our Hostel presently offers education, rooms, food, and love for 25 children.
FHC Nepal is not a donor, we do have donors from FHC Australia therefore funds for these children come from the volunteer donations to support these children's school books and uniforms.