“Home Away From Home”

Manika and her father have moved into our “Home away from Home”. This is a care center for peadiatric cancer patients where we can help get these children through the often extremely daunting periods of chemotherapy. Here they find a clean, safe environment, support for their schooling, healthy, nutritious meals and they even get the … read more


May 2016 – One Year After the Major Earthquake

Since last year’s earthquakes in Nepal “Smile for Hope” has taken many turns. Then, we were planning our holistic health center – mainly for the pediatric cancer patients – and we were educating the population of these same remote areas on personal hygiene and how to make utmost use of their resources. But once the … read more

Scholarship Programme

In July 2015 “Smile for Hope” launched a scholarship programme for three students of the Martyrs’ Memorial School in Kathmandu.

Mobile Medical Camps

“Smile for Hope” and a team of medical professionals and volunteers held a Mobile Medical Camp in Jyamdi from October 6 – 8, 2015.  527 young adults and adolescents aged 4 to 21 and 36 adults were reached during that camp. From December 25 – 27, 2015 the Follow-up Mobile Medical Camp reached another 204 … read more

Clothes Distribution

In December 2015 Smile for Hope distributed 70 winter jackets in Dovan, Orkha and 500 kg clothes, shoes and blankets among those in need, including an orphanage in Sindhuli and Swoyembhu, Kathmandu.

Art Therapy Program at Martyrs’ Memorial

On 12th September 2015 “Smile for Hope” teamed up with trauma specialists and the local artist Arjun Khaling to hold an Art Therapy Program at Martyrs’ Memorial Higher Secondary Boarding School in Gyaneshor, Kathmandu.    

Learning Center at Jyamdi

“Smile for Hope” built a Temporary Learning Center in Jyamdi so children can keep on going to school during the rainy season.

Sleeping Bags & Gloves in Solukhumbu

“Smile for Hope” distributed 1000 sleeping bags in Solukhumbu and handed out industrial gloves to 18 organizations where needed for relief work.

Disaster Relief Program in Nepal

The extent of the emotional, psychological and material damage caused by the earthquakes on 25th April and 12th May, 2015 calls for all possible assistance. “Smile For Hope” has been addressing the needs of the underprivileged in the remote areas of Nepal since 2012 and remains completely dedicated to giving help where needed.

Helping Taplejung Landslide Survivors

On June 10, 2015, Sonam Sherpa, president of “Smile for Hope” Nepal, and staff member Sangam Sherpa, travelled to Taplejung to distribute relief to the villagers that were affected by the massive landslide. “Smile for Hope” distributed tarpaulin tents, rice and other food to 107 households. The landslide had swept away more than 8 villages … read more