Published Date :23 Sep, 2021
Climbing Mount Everest
Mr. Krishna Man Shrestha is going to climb the world's highest mountain called Mount Everest (8848.86m) in April/May 2024. Mr. Shrestha is undertaking this climbing for a humanitarian cause: to provide education expenses for 18 orphaned and destitute children of the Dhading and other districts. The fund raised from this climbing will be directly spent on the education of 11 girls and 7 boys, aged 11 to 18. They belong to Kathmandu and remote villages in the many districts of Nepal. The fund will cover the school fees for two years to six-year. Second, Secondly tourism promotion of Nepal, third public awareness regarding climate change to local people, and women empowerment.
These children are of various ethnic groups and some of them are identified as untouchable castes. The Covid-19 pandemic has had a very negative and debilitating impact on the financial condition of the children's families. They are now even struggling to manage two meals a day let alone send their children to school which cost extra money. Their parents are laborers and have no other source of income and some of them lost their parents in the pandemic.
We request all our friends and well-wishers to extend their helping hand to raise the necessary funds to make this noble cause successful. Whatever contribution you make, however big or small, will be vitally significant to supporting these poor children and securing their future.
Help make a difference by supporting Krishna Man Shrestha to raise funds to help promote tourism and social changes as he attempts to climb Mount Everest (8848.86m) in April/May 2024).