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As the hands and feet of Christ we minister to the physical and spiritual needs of the the unreached. For nearly 20 years we have partnered with local believers to transform their own communities in the Himalayas of Asia, as they love God and love their neighbors. (Mt 22:37,38)  


• HELP Literacy training teaches local Christian leaders how to empower women  through  nonformal education: reading, writing, math,      vocational skills, and basic health. 

• HELP Agriculture teaches sustainable farming, animal care, and provides farmer field schools with follow up through extension agents.

• HELP Health trains volunteer maternal-child health workers and sanitation workers, provides health education, and clean water. 

• HELP Children's ministry assists widows and orphans through our Children's home and community scholarships in a relative's home.

• HELP has no paid US workers.  ALL donations go directly to the projects and people benefitting from them .  


Click on the video below to learn more about what we do.
H.E.L.P Infomational Video 2
  • Nov 19, 2016
    My name is Gita, a believer in Jesus Christ. I was a “Kaimaya” (bonded servant or slave) until the government freed us in 2002. After receiving my freedom, I got a job as a daily wageworker in the...
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  • Nov 07, 2016
    Bhagawati's story
    My name is Bhagawati. My mother died when I was 10, and my older brother and sister married. I thought my sister-in-law would be kind to me, but she mistreated me and only made me work.  I sent my...
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  • Oct 31, 2016
      Ten years ago, I watched a woman die in front of me crying, “Water, Water!”  In our village, many believe you cannot drink water if you have diarrhea because they think if you drink water, they...
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  • Oct 17, 2016
    My name is Parbati.  My father was an alcoholic, and an embarrassment to us and a problem for our village. One day he became ill and nothing could help him.  Then one day a Christian came to our...
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  • Sep 28, 2016
    I am Sarita and I have been able to teach a literacy class in my village. I was the youngest daughter in my family.  Though I have always loved to learn and study, unfortunately I was burned, and...
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