Education Sponsorship

Maiti Nepal is a nonprofit, non-governmental organization established since 1993, to fight against human trafficking and other forms of exploitation on children and women. At present, the organization has approximately 400 children from different backgrounds residing at Maiti Nepal’s Rehabilitation and Child Protection Home.

With only $2 a day, $60 a month or $720 a year, you can sponsor a child and make it possible for her/him to acquire all her/his basic rights like proper food, safe shelter, quality education and access to medical care and above all you help them to rebuilt their lives.

When you sponsor a child from Maiti, the organization selects the child for the sponsor. First priority is given to those children who are orphans, trafficked, vulnerable and children living with HIV/AIDS. The name and the background of the child along with an acknowledgment letter will be sent when your sponsorship begins.

Communication between you and your sponsored child.


The organization will send you an updated progress report of your sponsored child, along with a photo once a year to share her/his performance in school and other developments in general. The sponsored child will also write a letter once a year in the month of December. Sponsors can send letters to their children twice a year but sending personal gifts to their sponsored children will not be accepted. Rather the sponsors are advised to send stationery items, games equipment which will go directly to the school for the use of all and not just an individual child. This is done in the best interest of all children at Maiti since all are not sponsored and we certainly do not want any child to be discriminated.

While we are trying to give the best, we will definitely appreciate your support through sponsoring a child or children. Our children deserve a better tomorrow and you can help us achieve that.

Your sponsorship is highly appreciated and it will certainly make a difference in their lives.

For further information please contact:
Bineeta Shrestha