About Us

About us

About Reaching Himalayas Center

RHC is a humanitarian non-profit organization committed to assist top mountain people known as Bhote, Sherpa, Dolpo generally Tibetans Socially, Economically, Physically, Educationally, and Spiritually in the top Himalayas of Nepal and beyond.  We do this work by partnering with government, local organizations, international organizations, fellowships, and individuals in order to be able to address Social, Education, physical, livelihood, and emergency needs in the highest mountain regions of Nepal and beyond.

Life is hard for the many mountain people who live in the top Himalayas without access to electricity, health clinics, drinkable water, or telephone. To reach the villages, one has to walk for many days over rugged terrain hills. Children either do not attend a school or must live in a hostel near the school most of the year. The top mountains areas are very backward in terms of development for their basic needs.

RHC aims to help mountain people to discover their own vision, skills, and resources to move from poverty to abundant living. RHC is committed to develop people’s skill, assists poor children, orphans’ education, health, and neglected chaos widows the senior citizens to minimize poverty alleviation in the top Himalayas.

RHC is registered with the Nepal government as NGO (Govt. Reg. No. 392), and affiliated with the “Social Welfare Council” SWC/405/26683 and local government.  It is registered with “Inland Revenue Department Nepal” (PAN number 303699103).

The RHC main goal is to assist mountain people through wholistic community development projects by assisting orphans, helpless children, neglected widows, scholarship, mission school, orphanage, Poverty alleviation project, urgent relief and ultimately see mountain people being reached with the love of God.

The mountain people follow Lamastic Tibetan Buddhism, worshipping the Buddha and Dalai Lama, and perform rites and rituals according to Buddhist teaching. “Buddhism is the second-largest religion in Nepal according to 2001 census.” And Nepal is the birthplace of Buddha. The Mountain people believe strongly in the power of the evil spirits and fear to displease devil, Buddha and Dalai Lama. They think that leaving Buddhism can bring a curse on them that is why they are so committed to Tibetan Buddhism.

RHC Vision and Mission


To see mountain people transformed Socially, Economically, and Physically through good deeds to live abundant life wholistically.


To alleviate every kind of poverty by Partnering with government, organizations, and individual friends in order to be able to address Social, Economic, physical, educational, livelihood and Emergency needs.

 What does RHC do?

  1. Poverty Alleviation

  1. Skills Development Trainings

We do skills development trainings such as tailoring, agriculture and other trainings to uplift top mountain people. We intentionally equip workers who will multiply and empower others to do the same in the high Himalayas of Nepal and beyond.

  1. Seed Project Community uplift

The project provides capital funds for pig farms, potato businesses, butcher shops, cordycept businesses, handcrafts, rising goats, poultry farm and yak transport businesses etc. The goal is to help our workers to be self-supported in the market places and to strengthen high mountain communities economically.


  1. Cleft lip and Palate projects

In the high Himalayas communities, the CLP patients are hided from the community and patients are also very shy to appear in the community due to CLP openly. This regions people think that it is a cursed from God due to sin. They had no opportunity to hear that this is not due to curse but it is the tissues in the baby’s face and mouth did not fuse properly due to genes problems with parents either drugs or viruses. We help Cleft lip and Palate (CLP) patients with their transportation, lodging, and food while they are in the hospital. We provide patients care center for them and health awareness lessons etc.

  1. Widow Project

Pure and undefiled religion is to look after orphans and widows in their distress. We often encounter neglected widows in the high Himalayas. We provide food, clothing, love and care.

  1. Educate Himalayas

In the top mountain regions, there are so many un-schooling children due to poor and orphans. Their parents are living under the poverty, which caused their children to be un-schooling. Parents also do not care about their child education rather prefer to send them to Buddhist monasteries to be Buddhist monks and nuns. Most children are sent to Buddhist monasteries and some are after yaks and mountain goats. We do often the education awareness and health awareness program in the top mountain regions.


One of the greatest needs in the tom mountain community is to assist and elevate hundreds of helpless orphans and poor children who are deprived of their necessities.


The EH project has two primary education programs. First is for the Rural Education Scholarship and second one is Higher Education Scholarship.

  1. Rural Education Scholarship:

  1. Pay students fees in English Medium School

  2. Scholarship for 10 students in Shree Arunodaya Higher Secondary School,

  3. Provide school bags, winter warm jackets and uniforms and school supplies

  4. Help students in basic medical checkup and medicines

  5. Help orphanage in food, logistic and education

  1. Higher Education Scholarship

  1. Help students in their college fees, uniform and clothes

  2. Mentor students by equipping them in moral standard

  3. Develop them in social basic leadership skill

  4. RHC helps 9 college students who are in nursing and other

  1. Arun Top English School

The Arun Top English School is located in Bhotkhola -2 Linggam the border gateway to Tibet. We support 30 very poor students in their tuitions, uniform, school bags and jackets. The reason that we started this school is that most parents want to educate their children in good school in Kathmandu and other cities. Some parents who can afford, they keep their children in Kathmandu and district to send their children in private school where their children would be educate well. Other poor people also want to keep their children in Kathmandu and other places but due to financial limitation, they return back. Parents are sometime separated due to the children education and there have been relationship problems in some of couples. With seeing all these problems, we started this school in lingam where we have now 65 students. All of the children needs desperately scholarship as well.

  1. Relief and urgency

RHC has been in heavily involved in helping the earthquake victims in helping them to build over 500 shelters, water supplies, food, blankets etc.