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
The rich Tibetan history of Mustang is thriving again
Education is the key to saving girls from modern slavery
AHF works all across the Himalayas
He inspires the work of AHF every day.
...even if you now have to share a room with your neighbors. None of the elders at our Tibetan Elderly Home in Kathmandu were injured in the quake, but they’ve had to make adjustments.
Namgyal Middle School in Kathmandu was an oasis for 380 Tibetan refugee children from all over Nepal, until the earthquakes cracked classrooms and crumbled walls. (SPOILER ALERT: there's a happy ending).
Each summer, our Regional Director Bruce Moore retraces the ancient trade route in Mustang on foot and horseback. He’s just back, bringing with him some stunning images.
Check out his slideshow
All about the American Himalayan Foundation in 30 seconds!
Who We Are, What We Do: An introduction to AHF
The American Himalayan Foundation supports vital education, health care and cultural and environmental preservation throughout the Himalayan region.
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