A Guardian Angel

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Last month we heard from our partner, friend and amazing member of our Ama Ghar family, Kathleen Moldovan. She was heartbroken because Katherine Nemeth (Kay), who had been a champion of Moldovan Academy, Kathleen’s school in the San Francisco Bay Area, had passed away. Kathleen asked to work with us to find a very special way to honor Kay. Read …

A 19th Anniversary Album

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Our 19th Anniversary Program was created by all the children and staff at Ama Ghar during the lockdown of 2020… one of the most incredible events ever at our home. Please enjoy this photo album of the singers, dancers, actors – brothers, sisters, aunties and uncles who make up our Ama Ghar family. And even though everyone in the house …

Happy Birthday to Us!

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It was 19 years ago, in 2001, that our Founder, Shrawan Nepali brought the first group of children to Ama Ghar, along with his dream of providing at-risk children in Nepal with a loving home, an education and the opportunity to live happy and productive lives. And his dream came true at Ama Ghar, thanks to our hundreds of friends …

The Ama Ghar Alumni Report

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First of all, thanks to all of you who responded so generously to our information about the plight of our Ama Ghar alumni. It is so sad for us to see these young people who have worked so hard to get an education and start a career see their hopes dashed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Your contributions have already …

Who Wants to be a Pen Pal?

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Our whole world has come to a standstill because of the coronavirus, so wouldn’t it be great if we could communicate not only with those we know and love, but with new friends all around the world? At Ama Ghar, we communicate with our Ama Ghar family through blogs like this one, email newsletters, social media and mail. Our board …

Coping with Corona School Daze

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Our older children who are home and serving as teachers have reported more difficulty maintaining the younger ones’ attention as the days go on, but we are being creative with ways to keep them focused on their lessons. Sometimes helping their aunties with the fruit picking and kitchen chores seems like much more fun! It’s been difficult because they were …