What we do


Going to school
every day

Can you imagine not being able to read this sentence?

More than 10 million Nepalese children of primary school age lack basic reading, writing and math skills. If we have a look at primary education in Nepal, we see that of the 4.3 million children aged 10-16, whopping 1.7 million children cannot go to school every day. That is over 38%!

More than 1,700,000 Nepalese children aged 10-16 cannot read and write. In other words, 1 in 3 children is illiterate.

So many children who don't have the opportunity to go to school every day. We want to do something about that. However small the difference we make may be.

We believe that every child has a right to good education. Regardless of gender, background, religion and culture. We believe in what Nelson Mandela once said: "Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world.”

19' 8 | Grateful for a chance to learn

What a child learns,

a child passes on.

The children of today are the leaders of tomorrow. If a child receives the opportunity to go to school every day, they will learn so much. And what a child learns, a child passes on.

A scholarship equips children with the resources they need to go to school for a whole year. With a scholarship, a child gets the chance to work on their future and to make something of their lives. Thus, the children of today will become the leaders of tomorrow.


Education opens the
door to the future

It reduces poverty and gives children the chance of a better future. Every child deserves a fair chance of a better future.

The Ombir Foundation gives children in Nepal the chance of a better future by giving them a scholarship.

Do you think every child has the right to education? Change the lives of children in Nepal. Give them hope, confidence and above all - a scholarship for €500. Thanks to a scholarship, a child can go to school every day. And what a child learns, a child passes on.

18' 8 | Taking the kids to school

“These children have become my family. And if I’ve learnt one thing from them, then it’s that we have to take care of our family, wherever we may find them in the world.”


With a one time contribution of €500, you will give a child in Nepal a scholarship. Through this, the child will receive a new school uniform and enough schoolbooks and notebooks to last an entire school year

For you, this may only be a one time contribution. But for a child in Nepal, this means having the opportunity to go to school every day. To keep dreaming and believing in a better future.


19' 7 | Su. working hard to solve a question
18' 7 | Thinking
18' 6 | School is fun!

Giving is Living

Together, we’re creating a future where all children have a chance to succeed.

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