Letter from Pasang

Dear Chairman Agostino Da Polenza, Namaste! Hope all is well with you. I’m sorry that it has taken time to contact you all. We have been busy with immediate engagement in the relief and disaster relief response. There has been reports of death by avalanche resulted by widespread earthquake in Nepal.  The Nepal Mountaineering Association.. En savoir plus →

The children meet Italian State Minister for Foreign Affairs and Italian Ambassador to Nepal and India

On October 29, 2014 on the occasion of the official visit to Nepal of the Italian State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Benedetto Della Vedova, and Italian Ambassador to Nepal and India, Daniele Mancini, the EvK2CNR Chartered Association President organized a meeting with all the children supported by the Foundation Benoit Chamoux, the charitable organization set.. En savoir plus →

Everest avalanche: Foundation did not let die orphan’s desire

KATHMANDU, Nepal–Many children have become orphans and Sindoor (red pigment which symbolizes married women ) of dozen more Nepali women was wiped out from their foreheads following the April 18 Everest avalanche, the deadliest climbing tragedy on the mountain, that killed 13 Sherpa guides along with support staffs, leaving three still missing. Dozens of mountain.. En savoir plus →

Career goal to be a civil engineer

KATHMANDU, Nepal – He seems quite serious as if he is a philosopher. He cannot stop throwing a glance at any new things (book or newspapers) whenever he finds on table and his curious mind forces him to ask a charter of questions like an explorer. “How many research works have been carried out by.. En savoir plus →

Tenzing Chottor: An unbeaten guy

KATHMANDU, Nepal–Until one and half year ago, he used to wander at the private offices in the capital Kathmandu taking an envelope containing a biodata at his left hand seeking for a job just for the bread and butter. He has enough experiences of knocking the doors of a dozen offices of several companies hoping.. En savoir plus →

Content smile!

KATHMANDU, Nepal – Students, parent, guardians and the members of the Benoit Chamoux Foundation enjoying during a picnic programme organized by the Foundation in Kathmandu on Wednesday January 15, 2013. As many as 31 students studying at Himalayan International Model School and Little Angles School in Kathmandu and those we completed their high school education.. En savoir plus →

Dreams smashed recollected by Benoit Chamoux Foundation

KATHMANDU, Nepal – “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” The line that describes the life proved exactly true for Fabienne Clauss, widow of renowned mountaineer Benoit Chamoux. Benoit Chamoux, a French climber who was in a target to be the third man climbing all the 14 peaks above 8000 meters, disappeared in a.. En savoir plus →

Himalayan Trust: A bridge between students and Chamoux Foundation

KATHMANDU, Nepal-Little shy, coupled with a tone of  innocence and nervous that explicitly surfaced on their appearance, they felt hesitate to share their experience firstly but later spoke confidently after breaking the ice. All the students fell proud for the support they acquired from the Benoit Chamoux Foundation as well as Himalayan Trust and expressed their.. En savoir plus →

I appreciate Foundation in shaping Sherpa Children: Pasang Sherpa

KATHMANDU, Nepal–Pasang Sherpa Lama is the Chief Administrative Officer of the Himalayan Trust of Nepal, a charitable and non-profit organization which serves to uplift the Sherpa Children mainly inSolukhumbu district. Born at Bamti Bhandar of Ramechhap district, Mr Sherpa has been working at the Trust over many years. Beside Himalayan Trust, Mt Sherpa has been assuming.. En savoir plus →

‘We aim to change mountaineering trauma to opportunities in life’: Fabienne Clauss

KATHMANDU, Nepal – Benoit Chamoux Foundation is the non-profit social organization established to help the orphan Sherpa children, whose fathers died on the Himalayas working for the western expeditions and to help to preserve the Sherpa culture. The Foundation that established on 1996 has been taking in two Sherpa children every year in average since.. En savoir plus →