Tracing Nepal EXPLAINED

At Tracing Nepal, we firmly believe that travel can be a powerful tool for supporting people and communities, as well as fostering development. Since 2014, we have been partnering with organizations and villages where we know our stay and financial contribution can make a positive impact on their operations.
By immersing ourselves in places such as Maya Universe Academy, Dobate Village, Majhi Gaun, and Sablakhu Gau, we are not only able to support these communities financially, but we are also able to learn from them and gain a deeper understanding of their way of life. Our unique itinerary is designed to take you beyond the urban cities and provide you with a truly authentic Nepali experience, one that goes beyond the common imagery of Nepal that is often presented in the media.
In addition to our financial contributions through the Tracing Nepal experience, we have also been able to support organizations such as Children and Youth First, Maya Universe Academy, Singhadevi Madhyamik Vidhyalaya, Educating Nepal, and the Early Childhood Development Centre through financial contributions. During our 2014 experience, the Tracing Nepal team distributed over 180 school bags to students of Singhadevi in Sablakhu Gau, and in 2016, we collaborated with the Helambu Education and Livelihood Partnership to distribute 51 school bags as part of the ‘School In A Bag’ Initiative to students of Life Vision Academy.
The funds raised from the Tracing Nepal 2016 fundraiser not only supported the academy and Singhadevi Madhyamik Vidhyalaya in Sablakhu, but they also established the Tracing Nepal Scholarship, which currently supports Sudip Kulung, a student at LVA/CYF. With the support of our global Tracing Nepal family, our associated sponsors, and the generosity of our participants, we are able to continue making a positive impact on the communities we work with.


Artwork by friends of Tracing Nepal from 2014
CYF/LVA’s Sudip Kulung, the recipient of Tracing Nepal Scholarships essay.
During a handover of school equipments at Sablakhu Gau in 2016

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