The children of the Foundation

In twenty-two years, the Foundation has developed six Sherpa cultural projects in the valleys of Everest and Makalu (renovation of chörtens mills and monasteries). Most importantly, it has helped to fully educate 34 orphaned children (21 boys, 13 girls) whose fathers have died in an Himalayan expedition.

Today, 14 have already joined the workforce. Five, in total, already received a bachelor’s degree thanks to Hélène Berr scholarships:

The seniors at Little Angels' College

Mingma Temba,
class 11, Hotel Management. He is a boarder and had a good score on the SEE exam, against all odds.

Tenzing Jangbu,
class 11, Hotel Management. He must prove himself in class 11 and 12.

Pasang Phuti,
class 11, Business. She is interested in banking and would like to do a Bachelor.