The Partners Nepal

The Partners Nepal (TPN) is a non-profit making organization established in 2012 to serve the mountain communities in Conservation and Restoration of mountain environment, natural and cultural heritage conservation and improve health sectors through community driven participatory approach. The Partners Nepal inspired those who loves and cares the mountain communities to work with friends and partners in Nepal in different fields.The Partners Nepal’s project area lies in Solukhumbu District of eastern Nepal. The Conservation & Restoration of Alpine Ecosystems, Rebuilding of Cultural Heritage, Rebuilding and Restoration programs in Pasanglhamu Rural Municipality Ward-4 Khumjung previously known as Khumjung VDC and the Health Sector Improvement in Mahakulung Rural Municaplity-1, Bung, Solukhumbu, Nepal. Read More…

One Day, One Tree

Unique concept that will help to restore and protect the mountain environment and ecosystems

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Khunde Manilhang

The Partners Nepal raising funds for conservation and restoration of Khunde Manilhang

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Sir Edmund Hillary Memorial Museum & Elder Care Center

A home for the senior citizens in need.

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Current Projects

Help us raise funds in these projects so we can make change together, today!

Completed Projects

Successfully completed projects the projects which we have helped !
IN Khumjung

Khumjung Chorten

Donation Raise: 15000
raise funds to rebuild and restore the Khumjung Chorten that was severely damaged due to April and May 2015. earthquake 2015
Kunde Manilhang (4)
IN Pasanglhamu Rural Municipality-4, Solukhumbu

Khunde Communal Centre (Manilhang) First Phase

Donation Raise: 81000
The Partners Nepal had helped to raise funds for conservation and restoration of Khunde Manilhang (Communal building) that was severely destroyed during the massive earthquake 7.8 magnitudes i

Our Team

Meet our dedicated and compassionate team .
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ANG RITA SHERPA

Chairman

ANG RITA SHERPA

Chairman

31 years of experience in management of protected areas, eco-tourism, community-based tourism, and sustainable and livelihood development

+977 9851038386
BHEEM RAJ RAI

BHEEM RAJ RAI

Secretary

BHEEM RAJ RAI

Secretary

worked in The Mountain Institute as Conservation and Livelihood Program Officer over the period before joining The Partners Nepal

+977 9851235266
BHALA KAJI RAI (KULUNG)

BHALA KAJI RAI (KULUNG)

Treasurer

BHALA KAJI RAI (KULUNG)

Treasurer

the project officer of Himalayan Natural Fibre Foundation since 2008 and involved at The Mountain Institute’s Nepal programs from 1999-2008 in various positions including the finance and program officer from 2003-2008

KARMA BHUTIA

KARMA BHUTIA

Executive Member

KARMA BHUTIA

Executive Member

over 18 years’ professional experience in designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating development of high value medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs) cultivation and conservation

+977 9841224173
SHOVA RAI

SHOVA RAI

Executive Member

SHOVA RAI

Executive Member

involved at The Mountain Institute’s Nepal program before she joined the International Humanitarian Organization.She is a passionate advocate of peace, human rights and social development

+977 9841890144
TSEDAR BHUTIA

TSEDAR BHUTIA

Executive Member

TSEDAR BHUTIA

Executive Member

served as Monitoring and Evaluation Officer at The Mountain Institute (www.mountain.org)before becoming the Programme Manager at Himalayan Natural Fibre Foundation ((www.hnff.org)

+977 9861563350
DAMBAR BAHADUR THAPA

DAMBAR BAHADUR THAPA

Executive Member

DAMBAR BAHADUR THAPA

Executive Member

over 20 years of experience in participatory natural resource management and community development program and Climate Change Adaptation(Community-based consultation on “climate change and adaptation program”

+977 9851054565

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25 Jun
Sherpa Gathering
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Sherpa People

Khumbu is the homeland of the Sherpa people. Sherpas are the main ethnic group and constitute 90% of the resident population of Sagarmatha National Park and Buffer Zone (SNPBZ). The meaning of Sherpa was derived from the Tibetan Sharpa which means’ people from thehttps://thepartnersnepal.org/news/
25 Jun
livelihood of sherpa
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Livelihoods of Sherpa

Agriculture The Sherpa economy is directly related to their mountain environment, and falls into distinct categories: field agriculture, animal husbandry, trade, and a recent innovation tourism and mountaineering. The Sherpa’s life in the mountain is harsh and demanding. The Sherpa people use surrounding forestshttps://thepartnersnepal.org/news/