OUR COMMUNITY CENTRE

We want reintegration to be sustainable. So our work has become more and more community focused. We work with some of the most demanding children and teenagers in Nepal, from impoverished backgrounds and with enormous emotional needs after abuse, severe violence and trafficking. 

So in 2016, we decided to open a Community Centre to be exactly that, a centre for our Asha community. This is a platform for children to learn various skills as well as for us to catch up with their progress. This is open for our residential children, our reintegrated children and for their parents, especially for their mothers. 

There is a meeting room, kitchen, library, computer room and counselling room. 

HOMEWORK CLUB

FUTSALL

COMPUTER ROOM

DANCE WORKSHOP

LIFE SKILLS

GUITAR LESSONS

PLAY ROOM 

LIBRARY

OBJECTIVES

To create a place where we can provide counselling, meetings, after school child-care and health care

To create a place that reintgrated and independent girls can come to for community and support

To create a place where everyone gets opportunity to explore their unique ability and enhance their psychosocial wellbeing.

To enhance the holistic growth of the girls and teenagers in our care and their families

To learn skills

To assist them in choosing the carreer they enjoy

ACTIVITIES

Dance and Movement Therapy class, weekly

Martial Art Training- Jit-kune-do class,  twice weekly

Musical instrument & Vocal class, twice weekly

After school tuition class and library, daily

Computer and internet access and classes, daily

Health clinic, daily

Psychosocial counselling 

Career coaching 

Workshop on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and women wellness program

Football, twice weekly

Winter Camp

Parenting workshops

Library and support teachers supported by Daniel Morach and Path to Opportunity, Switzerland.  We need donors to continue this work.