From Our CEO

Dear Supporters, 

Our latest newsletter is out.

Thank you for the overwhelming support and contributions made towards our ‘Walk A Day With Me’ campaign. Through all our different projects and activities, we seek to bless and empower the most vulnerable section of society – the children. Our aim, and challenge, is to reach out to the most vulnerable and socially excluded children and create an environment where, not only is every child protected, but also has access to opportunities and education for their all-round growth and development. 

In the past year,  

  • 3,323 children continued to be sponsored, which means they can have nutritious meals every day, have the chance to attend an English-medium school, and can learn life skills that will help them build a bright future.  
  • 167 children have graduated and are working towards defining their careers and personal offering to their community.  
  • 3,663 women and girls received livelihood training and opportunities that have helped children stay in school and improved overall family health. 
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We were able to share our successes and the challenges we have faced the past year at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on August 6th. Thank you to everyone who joined in and gave your valuable time and insights.  

On page five of our newsletter, we have included some important updates and changes that we wanted to share with you, our donors. At Asian Aid, we value you, and your suggestions and feedback are always welcome. Thanks to your support, we have been able to bless the lives of many this past financial year in India, Bangladesh and Nepal. 

Thanks again for your ongoing trust and support, this is much appreciated.  



Paul High
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Author: Pudens Isabel

One part writer, one part photographer & two parts traveller… Three years ago I decided something needed to change, so I quit my corporate job and started working for Asian Aid from my home in India. I travel to projects and schools we support in India and Nepal, bringing you their stories through words, photos and video. Since then I have been visiting Asian Aid projects with my camera and notebook in tow, to bring pictures and stories from the field to you.