Anisha and Dipendra’s story began in Eastern Nepal, where under unexpected circumstances, their parents both passed away at a young age. Because of this, an uncle brought both siblings to Asian Aid’s Children’s Home in Kathmandu so they could receive care and an education.
Asian Aid believes in Jesus, in people, in the rights of the most vulnerable, in good stewardship, in accountability and professionalism and in service.
Stories of Nepali women who have found healing in the midst of suffering.
Join us for a night of ‘social justice’-themed spoken word, Poetic Justice, at Avondale College of Higher Education.
YOU CAN TRANSFORM THOUSANDS OF LIVES.
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We empower disadvantaged communities through quality Education, Advocacy and Health Care.
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Leave a bequest to Asian Aid in your Will and influence the future of children, women and underprivileged communities.
Asian Aid provides education to children and young adults in disadvantaged communities, assists Nepalese women suffering from uterine prolapse, leper communities, special-needs children, trafficked girls and women, slum communities, the sick and the very poor. We seek to alleviate poverty, to empower, to advocate and to give hope.
Asian Aid has been changing lives and giving hope to the poor since 1966.
Asian Aid projects enrich people and their communities.
Child Sponsorship gives hope of a better life to children throughout Asia.
Like you, Asian Aid believes everyone should have the right to health. With improved health, people can become agents of change in their own communities, and improve conditions for their families and their children.
When Asian Aid employees Tammy and Josh Moses gave birth to their son in 2014, their dream of raising a family became a reality.
“Because Asian Aid is a smaller NGO, I really enjoyed the broad range of experience my professional internship gave me. My highlight involved traveling to Bangladesh, Nepal and India to observe first-hand the work that is being done.”
Tracy Hamilton – Professional Intern from Avondale College of Higher Education
“If you are scared to step outside of your comfort zone then volunteering is the experience you need. The children I met in Nepal and the stories they harbor are very touching. Their constant smiles showed that despite their circumstances they can be happy.”
Larissa Bottin – Former student and school captain of Kempsey SDA School
Create your own story!
We believe hope finds its truest expression when given and received in community. That’s why we need you to help us empower others. Pray, fundraise, volunteer, advocate and/or become an ambassador: there are many ways to get involved.