Working to prevent the neglect, abuse and exploitation of disadvantaged children living urban poverty in Nepal.

Help us change lives in 2022

As we reflect on our work in 2021, we would like to thank all of you for your support during an extremely challenging year. Our work wouldn’t have been possible without you. From distributing vital food supplies and offering emergency shelter, to providing access to education and life skills learning, your donations have allowed us to provide aid to those hit hardest by the pandemic.

In 2021 we supported 10,000 children in crisis across Nepal.

To help us continue our important work protecting Nepal’s most vulnerable children and their families and communities, we’re asking our supporters to consider setting up a regular donation in 2022.


  • £5 a month will give a child the alternative education they need to unlock a brighter future
  • £10 a month can keep a child in school; providing them with the materials, access, and family support needed to help them keep learning 
  • £22 a month means a young person can receive the training, mentoring and support they need to learn a trade or start a small business 
  • £50 a month will support a vulnerable child in an emergency shelter
Many of the children supported by our programme particularly enjoyed their safe celebrations of Tihar at our local street shelter last year.

For all of our supporters that are able to help in 2022, and for those who supported us last year, we are extremely grateful. These life-changing donations will help our team continue to make a difference in the year ahead. We look forward to seeing what your support will help us to achieve in 2022.  

With Best Wishes,

The Kidasha Team

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