Asian Paints Nepal
Asian Paints (Nepal) Pvt. Ltd. started its operation in 1983. It is a subsidiary company of Asian Paints Ltd. in India. It is the largest paint company in Nepal and believes in protecting the environment, which is why they do not use any raw material which contains Lead, Arsenic, Mercury or Chromium or any other harmful elements. Asian Paints Nepal are supporting us with continuing our campaign, One Classroom At A Time (OCAAT). This campaign focuses on refurbishing one classroom at a time, in this case, by painting it with child-friendly colors that is in line with our brand. Asian Paints Nepal is supporting us by providing paints for 560 classrooms inside and outside Kathmandu Valley.
Panchakanya group is one of the leading industrial and trading house in Nepal, with an incredible experience in manufacturing and sales of construction materials that are reliable, durable and affordable. Panchakanya group has been supporting us by providing its manufactured construction materials at factory price and by contributing a reasonable amount/ or its factory products in building our projects.
Everest Hardware manufactures high quality products, such as apparels, bags, sleeping bags, water bottles and more that are used during trekking or mountain expeditions. Everest Hardware has been supporting our project, 'Sports Initiative.'
Microsoft Innovation Centre Nepal
Microsoft Innovation Centre Nepal provides access to world-class resources for students, software developers, IT professionals, academic researchers and entrepreneurs. Microsoft innovation Centre Nepal has been supporting us with the digital literacy training to the trainers,training teachers of our partner schools on various software, loaning laptops to the schools during the training for the teachers, providing low cost academic software for our partner schools.
Tara Air is the biggest Airline service provider in the mountains of Nepal connecting the hills and the mountains with the intention of help develop rural Nepal.Tara Air,is our airline partner helping us travel safely and swiftly to and from project sites that takes hours to reach by road.
Civil Society Organisations
Veteran actress/character actor, Basundhara Bhusal has been associated with our organisation through Mothers for Mothers, our initiative where mothers from advantaged backgrounds help other mothers provide a better future for their children.
Prolific actors, Madan Krishna Shrestha and Hari Bansha Acharya (MAHA) have been associated with our organisation since its initiation. They are not only our goodwill ambassadors, but also partners and donors for our community based ECD project, 'The Meera Centre.'