AHF touches the lives of 300,000 people each year
to bring education to tens of thousands in the Himalaya
AHF supports Tibetans both at home and in exile
Education is the key to saving girls from modern slavery
The rich Tibetan history of Mustang is thriving again
AHF works all across the Himalayas
He inspires the work of AHF every day.
A trip to a water park was a welcome break from sweltering monsoon heat for students at the Navjyoti Center for children with developmental disabilities.
Norbu Tenzing recounts his recent visit to Kathmandu, to determine the future of a quake-damaged elders' home for Tibetan refugees.
Wild tiger populations have risen for the first time in a century. But poaching, too, has spiked, and tiger farms are only feeding the demand.
After the devastating earthquakes of 2015, you helped in Nepal's greatest time of need.
The American Himalayan Foundation supports vital education, health care and cultural and environmental preservation throughout the Himalayan region.
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