Pipal Tree

Helping Children in Nepal 2021

2021 will be an exciting year for ChoraChori's work in Nepal as we expand into new areas and work alongside additional NGO partners. We need your support to help our activities in the areas of education, livelihoods, vocational training (especially for vulnerable girls) and community development.

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It ran from 12:00 PM, 1 December 2020 to 12:00 PM, 8 December 2020

Registered Charity in England and Wales (1159770)

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Championed by The Coles-Medlock Foundation


  • Community Support & DevelopmentCommunity Support & Development
  • Education/Training/EmploymentEducation/Training/Employment
  • Poverty Alleviation/ReliefPoverty Alleviation/Relief


  • Children (3-18)Children (3-18)
  • Women & GirlsWomen & Girls
  • Young People (18-30)Young People (18-30)




We assess the needs for next year as follows: 1. Adolescents, especially girls, from marginalised communities lack educational and vocational training opportunities through caste discrimination or lack of citizenship 2. We need to support livelihoods to make communities more robust 3. Specific support to individual children and young people as they arise. 4. A need to respond quickly to provide disaster relief (e.g. COVID, climate change or earthquakes)


1. We will provide educational and vocational training support primarily to girls from marginalised communities 2. We will research livelihoods possibilities and provide start-up funding 3. We will set aside funds for individual child support at the discretion of the Trustees 4. We will develop a special fund for the Trustees to deploy in response to emergencies or any other unforeseen situation, primarily to the benefit of children and young people.

  • My visit to ChoraChori’s refuge cemented my respect and support for this amazing charity. I saw first-hand the work that is done by an invested and genuine team to rehabilitate Nepalese children who have been through unspeakable trauma.

    — Amrita Acharia, actress