Sambhav Nepal - Possibility knows no bounds...

Nepal Govt. Regd. No. 1224/064, SWC Affiliation No. 22612

It's Possible

Sambhav Nepal, registered in Kathmandu but with all projects running in Gorkha, wants to achieve grassroots reforms in education, poverty, health and sanitation, empowerment of women, various youth clubs, vocational skills and training programs to uplift the living condition of the people of Gorkha district. We are focused in Gorkha because our Founder is a native of Gorkha and wants to give back to his communities.

Our focus centered on helping the affected communities of Gorkha after the April 25 2015 Earthquake by rebuilding schools, houses and drinking water systems as well as relief food supplies, sanitation, volunteering and so on. We are still involved in rebuilding.

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, our main focus is on emergency response: distributing relief food supplies to needy families, and medical supplies (hand sanitizers, thermal guns, hand washing soap, reusable cotton surgical masks and viral transport mediums) to local villagers, community schools and health workers to prevent the spread of the virus.

Projects in Progress

himalayan ambulance

Himalayan Ambulance

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Tracksuit & Bag Distribution

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Bhawani Higher Secondary School Boarding House (हिमाली छात्रावास)

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Bhairabi Primary School

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Sambhav Nepal Video

Distribution of reusable cotton masks, hand washing soap and thermal guns to 139 schools and 18,554 students & teachers in Tsum Nubri, Dharche, Arughat and Bhimsen Thapa Rural Municipalities of Gorkha district.


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Sambhav Nepal organizes volunteering trips in collaboration with Ace the Himalaya and Ace Holidays. Our volunteering is primarily focused on teaching, construction (rebuilding & renovation), health care, and cultural volunteering under the Live Like a Local program.



Sambhav Nepal addresses the urgent and long-term needs of rural mountain communities by reconstructing schools (including rebuilding earthquake-damaged schools), rebuilding earthquake-damaged homes, conducting teacher training, building water supply systems, providing relief food aid, and distributing medical supplies to prevent and fight the Covid-19 virus, and various health and education activities & programs.



Sambhav Nepal has two sponsorship programs: Child Education Sponsorship Program to provide school-level education free of cost up to SEE (Grade 10) and PCL Medical Courses to sponsor the needy and financially-weak SEE graduates who want to study any PCL medical courses (3.5 years) offered by CTEVT.


How it Started

In a trip to Everest Base Camp in 2006, guide Prem K Khatry met Australian citizen Allan Waldon. They became friends and started brainstorming ideas to help the backward communities of Nepal. So, in 2007, Prem established Sambhav Nepal with the help of Allan. In Nepali language, Sambhav means possible.

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