Nagarhope Nepal is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) registered with the Social Welfare Council of Nepal. Founded in 2009, Nagarhope Nepal’s 11 member committee are responsible for the projects being run, the children being sponsored, the schools being built and work in a voluntary capacity to promote the organisation with Nepalese and foreigners alike. Headed by Dhurba, many of the committee are locals to Nagarkot and some of them are teachers in local schools including Sunrise Lower Secondary School and Mahankali Secondary School. All activities, budgeting and projects have to be passed by the Nepali Government and various line agencies such as the Social Welfare Council of Nepal. Nagarhope Nepal has one full time member of staff – Raju Tamang, a local of Nagarkot, who works in various capacities promoting our work and checking up on our various projects. Apart from Raju, 6 teachers are employed on a full-time basis: one in our Kalimati Kids Education project, and 5 in Government schools close to the Nagarkot area.