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About Butterfly Foundation Nepal

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Nepal, a small country tucked in between the massive shoulders of India and China, offering the wealth of beauty the only the himalayas has to offer.


Although according to the world food program, Nepal is the top five poorest countries, with 47% living in chronic hunger, the people still offer the most magnificient smiles and as a guest in their country you are treated like a God.


It is the country where two-thirds of the population live below the poverty line, and the illiteracy rate is shocking 60 percent. Children are deprived of their basic right to education due to poverty, underdevelopment, mass illiteracy, and socio-economic problems such as child labor, girl trafficking, bonded labor and discrimination against female children.


Founded by Mr. Govinda Raj Pahari since 2003 but with involvement in projects in social works reaching back over the past 20 years. He is also the proprietor of The Butterfly Lodge, Serving the tourism industry for more than 25 years with the profits from the lodge helping to support the works of the foundation.


Playing an active, positive role in the community, serving on many local committees along with being chairperson for the local branch of the Red Cross, he is well respected and trusted individual, both within Nepal and European community.


Mr. Govinda Pahari envisions using the Butterfly Foundation to help ease the situation of poor, under privileged, lowest caste children and families of Pokhara and surrounding districts, helping at the grass root level in childcare centers, ensuring the education of the future generations of Nepal.


Butterfly Foundation Nepal is dedicated to social developement through supporting the family unit by providing social service resources and financial/material assistance, enabling the children to access their basic right of education.


Your spoonsorship will directly enable children to take advantage of alternative opportunities and break the cycle of oppression.


OBJECTIVES

  • To campaign against illiteracy and help the poor children who are directly on the poverty line.
  • Enable them to go to government schools, providing them with instruments required to them.
  • Help street children by finding them the right type of training whiich will help them earn a suitable wage and live a dignified life.
  • Develop the Foundation into a school and home for homeless children.
  • Arrange evening schooling for women who are illiterate.
  • Find resources co-coordinating local and international organizations.
  • Co-ordinate programs between those organizations with smaller objectives.
  • Help the programs organize for the benefit of the public.
  • Help to equip the government schools and work to improve the condition and quality of day care centers established in the city.
  • Work together with other organizations to keep the environment clean and safe, supplying water and sanitation facilities.


STARTEGIES

  • Acquire necessary equipment, funding and awareness to make the program successful.
  • Lobby the government and other organizations for improvement.
  • Recruit necessary human resources for volunteer programs.
  • Open other sister charities in countries outside of nepal to increase funding abilities.
  • To have strict regulation of accountancy, ensuring transparency on all donation funds, at all times.


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  •                      Saturday, 22nd of July, 2017