Indreni was born out of the vision of its founders who have grown up and lived through childhood poverty and without family support directly in Nepal.
Indreni is the Nepalese word for rainbow, reflected in our logo and representative of the inclusive nature of the organization, helping children irrespective of their beliefs, culture, or country.
“Each colour has its own value and identification and when combined has a separate meaning with and a destination. Thus we consider each child as Indreni because they stay under the same roof and have their own values and destiny similar to that of a rainbow. Our home is a replication of a blissful rainbow.” –Ram Hari Khadka, President of Indreni Children’s Home
What We Do For Children
The children come of variety of backgrounds, from both rural and city catchment areas. Typically, their families are not in a position to support them and we look to fill that gap by providing quality care and education.
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The Vision of Indreni is to create a positive and caring environment where every child in our care has the chance to enjoy their childhood; for them to grow with self-respect, self-esteem and dignity, and to develop to their full potential.
The children range in ages from 4 to 17 years. We have 70 children under our care in 2 homes, one for boys and one for girls.
Our aim is to create an educated independently functioning young adults who are capable of leaving the home and fending for themselves. To date, we have over 30 children who have come through the Indreni home and have now graduated to independent living. They’re involved in a range of activities from 3rd level education to vocational education, as well as full time working. We now have graduates living in Canada and Japan. Three of our graduates are happily married.
All money raised go directly to support the children in our care.