Raising Awareness.
Helping Communities.

Rebuild Nepal Education Foundation's mission is to raise awareness of the dire need in rural Nepal, and to share information about the country and culture of Nepal in the United States.



Rebuild Nepal Education Foundation was founded to assist Nepalese students through rebuilding the country’s educational system that was totally devastated by the earthquake of 2015.

The earthquake was so intense that Mt. Everest receded 8 inches and the entire capital city region of Kathmandu raised 10 feet in 30 seconds in a matter of less than three minutes.


The rural mountainous village regions are receiving little aid, although many homes, farms, businesses and schools were destroyed. Nepal is extremely poor and there is not much aid reaching these distant villages.

Currently, most of the worldwide attention to need is concentrated in Africa, The Caribbean, and South America. Rebuild Nepal Education Foundation, a 501 c (3), is dedicated to helping these people grapple with the devastation and try to rebuild.


WHere We Care

Rebuild Nepal Education Foundation works in remote villages in the mountainous region of Nepal.

The People

The People

The villages where we work were selected based on the severity of the earthquake damage and the nature of the economic status of the people. Rebuild Nepal Education Foundation concentrates on the province of Nuwakot, particularly Jyuan Joti and Social Heart Schools in the small town of Satebatto.

The Villages

The Villages

Many of the people we work with in the local villages are Hindu and vegetarian. While English is taught in schools, some of the older adults only speak a few words of English. We always take a guide or an interpreter with us to facilitate good communication. All children are taught English in school. We have found that by second or third grade students have no problem understanding lessons our volunteers teach in English. Click below to find who helps us rebuild.


How our movement has helped and shaped people's lives


Member Spotlight: Tylor Johnson

Nov 23, 2020

I attended graduate school at South Dakota State University, which has a large Nepalese student body. They became some of my dearest friends. I have never met a more kind or more compassionate group of people. During my time at South Dakota, I learned a lot about the Nepalese culture.

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What People are Saying

Here is what people are saying about our movement and what we do.