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Summit Partners:
 
High Camp Partners:
Mountain Film Festival (Nor)
Kolsas Klatre Klubb (Nor)
Somhuset AS, Hosle. (Nor)
Matvraket.no (Nor)
Stiftelsen Hvasser (Nor)
Liens Optisk, Sandvika. (Nor)
 
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Invictus (USA/World Wide)

100 Friends (USA/World Wide)

SETU (UK/Nepal)
Leksas Sport (Nor)
 
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1. Ute
2. Friflyt
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MOUNTAIN PEOPLE

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 House in March 2014.

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

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Pre-school Project

Older children often have to look after small brothers and sisters, whilst their parents work.
Our goal: establish Pre-School facilities (kinder gardens), so older children can go to school.

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Porters Passport

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

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

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Bhote Project

The Bhote people live in the shadow of Mt Makalu, an isolated community, with poor basic educational/health facilities. To assist we have two schemes:

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

Helping Hands

Helping Hands - a simple way you can be involved in your own project – act now!

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Building Bridges

Building Bridges - Cultural involvement and exchange between mountain people.

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Volunteering

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.

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Beni Products

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

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International

Our 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.

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