SherpaCares raised $270,000 to rebuild the Himalayan English Boarding School campus that fell in the great Nepali Earthquake.
SherpaCares and MiresBall planted 16,000 saplings from the WWF to create a forest in the heavily deforested area of Sano-Gomala.
Near Mt Everest, the rural schools now have satellite Internet and the kids are able to learn and connect with kids from all over the world.
The SherpaCares pen-pal program connects kids in Nepal and the US to help them learn the English that will need to continue their education.
These 65 AIDs infected/affected orphans are thriving, learning, and getting medical care from the only school that won’t shun them.