YETI Nepal assists Nepali youth access education and vocational training that might otherwise be denied to them due to financial constraints
YETI Nepal works one on one with a small group of disadvantaged Nepali youth, supporting and mentoring them through secondary and tertiary education.
The beautiful young woman you see in this photo graduated from university with a BSc Nursing and is now a charge nurse at a hospital in Pokhara. It is because of your support we have been able to help her achieve dreams she would otherwise not have been able to fulfil.
YETI also supports other selected, accountable grass roots projects in Nepal particularly those focused on improving the health, wellbeing and educational opportunities of Nepal's women and children.
We are a small, Wellington based, registered charity, with a long term commitment to bright young Nepali who would otherwise not be able to further their academic ambitions.
We also contribute financially towards the work of Umbrella Nepal in Kathmandu.
Behind the scenes at YETI all administration is done on a volunteer basis and 100% of donations made to us go directly to supporting our work on the ground in Nepal.
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YETI works one to one with a small group of Nepali youth to support and mentor them through secondary and tertiary educational opportunities.
We also support grass roots projects that will improve the health, wellbeing and educational opportunities of Nepal's children and young people.
Charity no. CC21941
Covid relief in Nepal 21 May 2021
The last twelve months have taken a toll on Nepal and its people. Students have struggled to get education and at present many are struggling to pay rent and buy food.
Working with Umbrella Nepal, a social welfare agency in Kathmandu we are raising funds to assist them with the following :
food relief packages,
cash support (where relief package delivery is not possible),
mobile data pack to those who do not have Internet at home for online classes,
communication allowance for respective staff who are making regular calls to children/youths.
So, any possible support would play a vital role in this emergency period.