Partnership for Sustainable Development Nepal

2015 Summer Newsletter

When you donate to The Global Fund for Children, you protect children from slavery. You send girls to school for the first time. You provide healing care to children who have been to war and back. But you also do more than that. You support some of the most courageous community leaders in the world.


Participants engaged in a discussion during the Knowledge Exchange.

Fundraising: How passion for change leads to change for passion

By: on August 3rd, 2015

The challenge: raise as much “money” as possible (using artificial currency) at GFC’s South Asia regional Knowledge Exchange. Learn how one young social entrepreneur won donors’ hearts.

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West Africa Knowledge Exchange: A Great Deal of Peer Learning

By: on July 21st, 2015

The 2015 West Africa Knowledge Exchange began with the telling of a heart-wrenching story, and ended with a deeper understanding of issues affecting vulnerable children.

Boudhanath Stupa

Sharing Knowledge & Building Networks in Kathmandu

By: on July 10th, 2015

The Global Fund for Children held the 2015 South Asia Knowledge Exchange in Kathmandu just weeks before the deadly April 25 earthquake shook the country.


Your Impact in Nepal: A Photo Slideshow & Donor Report

Posted: July 31st, 2015

Just over three months have passed since a massive earthquake struck near Kathmandu. In that short span of time, thanks to our donors and our five grassroots partners in Nepal, thousands of children have received care and support.

Keeping Kids out of Work … and in School

Posted: May 26th, 2015

2015 Maya Ajmera Sustainability Award winner CEPRIC serves hundreds of children in a neighborhood outside of Cusco, Peru, where child labor is common.

Building a Generation of Women Leaders in Pakistan

Posted: May 26th, 2015

Aware Girls, a 2015 Maya Ajmera Sustainability Award Winner, is doing revolutionary work in Pakistan to empower young women and girls.