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Introduction to Ashraya Nepal

Ashraya (Shelter) Nepal was established in January 2009 to give assistance to lower caste girls in Nepal by supporting their education and providing shelter.

The earthquake and other news

Very recently we have set up am association with Ujyalo Jeevan, an organisation in Old Baneswor, Kathmandu. We will be helping the education of a number of girls by providing funds for their education.

Click here for recent news from Nepal

Click here for details of a school outside Kathmandu that needs volunteers

Click here for news about concerts given by Classical Folk

Meet us at The HuddleMarket, The Methodist Church on Saturday 20th October.

Our work
A home has been set up in Kathmandu for girls from Dhalkebar in the Dhanusha area that has suffered from the recent political instability.

Funds have been provided directly to schools to enable lower caste girls to continue with their education in the villages we are supporting

Several schools have been given assistance with the aim to support the education particularly of girls by improving their facilities.

Click here for more on the schools we are helping.

Click here to read about our latest news or here for our objectives and some of our achievements

Click here to view a brief analysis of expenditure in Kathmandu last year

Click here for our plans for fundraising this year
Lunchtime concerts and other musical occasions in Horsham, St Albans, Cheam and Paignton.
Click here for news of the next concert in Horsham
Cream teas and other events

Sales of Nepali products, click here to see a few of these.

We will be posting more details here soon.

Registered in Nepal as a charity. Registration Number 693/065 Kathmandu.
Ashraya Nepal UK is registered with the Charity Commissioners UK, number 1144306