Join Now

Summit Partners:
High Camp Partners:
Mountain Film Festival (Nor)
Somhuset AS, Hosle. (Nor) (Nor)
Stiftelsen Hvasser (Nor)
Liens Optisk, Sandvika. (Nor)
Base Camp Partners:

Invictus (USA/World Wide)

100 Friends (USA/World Wide)

SETU (UK/Nepal)
Kathmandu Guest House (Nepal)
Media Partners:
1. Friflyt
2. Ute
(when you click on the 'Donate' button it will take you to "PayPal"- a secure server where you can donate with your paypal account or credit card.)

Visa, Master, American Express, Discover
E brochure
E brochure Info fotoutstillingen
E brochure Seminaret info
E brochure M.P. Brochure
E brochure GHT Newsletter
E brochure Buy a Brick


Helping mountain people to help themselves.

Mountain People is an independent, non-profit, non-political, non-religious and cross-cultural organization.

Buy a Brick

The land is purchased!

We plan to start building Mountain People Centre in October 2014.

We still need $ 40,000.- so please Buy a Brick at $ 50.-.

read more»

Beni Handicrafts

Using business principles in aid/developing situations to foster “help to self help” resulting in independence.

read more»

Porters Passport

Porters are the backbone of the Nepali trekking and expedition industry. They are not always well treated.

See how to counter this explootation.

Mountain people supports the work of IPPG/PP/KEEP/CAN and others.

read more»

Bhote Project

The Bhote people live in the shadow of Mt Makalu, an isolated community, with poor basic educational/health facilities.

  1. Education Stipend to suit individual needs.
  2. Support of local schools. read more»

Helping Hands

A simple way you can be involved in your own project – act now!

read more»

Building Bridges

Cultural involvement and exchange between mountain people.

read more»


Join our volunteer programme.
1. Ted Project
Teaching Environment Development in Kathmandu - be a teacher for a day or a month.
2. Residential stays
Work/live in a country village.

read more»


MP concept is simple - 'helping people to help themselves.'

We have formulated simple guide lines, so you may organise your own project. These are not rules and regulations – but a menu you may choose from.

read more»

or see: