Himalayan Hope Home

The Small World USA helps to support the operation of the Himalayan Hope Home in Kathmandu, Nepal, run by our partnering NGO, The Small World. Himalayan Hope Home (HHH) is a place of respite, safety, warmth and support for thirty orphaned or abandoned girls from across Nepal.

The girls that reside at HHH once lived in underprivileged communities in remote Nepal and were at-risk and vulnerable to trafficking and abuse. Now at HHH they are provided a safe home, parental care, and every opportunity for their holistic development. Thirty orphaned or abandoned girls now enjoy being part of a family, and receive education, proper nutrition, clothing, and health care. At Hope Home, their lives are precious, and so is their childhood. They don’t just dream; they learn how to achieve their dreams.

***In January and February 2018, artist Margo Miller presented the show The Color of Hope: Abstract Paintings in Acrylic and Collage in Dallas, Texas with art inspired by her time in Nepal and her time at the Himalayan Hope Home. Thank you, Margo!

Read essays by residents girls of HHH on our blog. New essays are posted monthly.