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The Esther Benjamins Trust is a small charity doing big things in Nepal.

The Esther Benjamins Trust has grown to become a leading UK registered charity focuing solely on improving the lives of Nepal’s most vulnerable children and young people.

Among other achievements the trust has:

Our focus

The Trust works for Nepal's most excluded and at risk children. The current focus is on children who have been trafficked into India, rescued by the Trust and returned home or to the safety of its refuge.

We excel in locating and rescuing Nepali children who have been trafficked or displaced into India and in supporting their post-rescue care - by reuniting children with families wherever possible, and by providing structured residential refuge in Nepal and access to education.

Over the years we have adapted our work depending on the needs of the children in Nepal. Read more about what we do here >

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Makwanpur relief convoy

staff expected back in Hetauda today

Staff from the Hetauda office co-ordinated another relief convoy, taking supplies to a remote and almost inaccessible village community, high in the hills. Supplies were loaded onto tractors and wagons, while staff, accompanied by local army and police units, had to walk alongside, up rough, steep paths, in the intense heat. Their resilience, endurance and organisational skills are admirable.

We will post more on our beneficaries' families when we have further news. Please see our Facebook feed below for up to date information.

Donate now to our emergency appeal > Find out more > Read the latest on Facebook >

Makwanpur relief convoy

staff expected back in Hetauda today

Staff from the Hetauda office co-ordinated another relief convoy, taking supplies to a remote and almost inaccessible village community, high in the hills. Supplies were loaded onto tractors and wagons, while staff, accompanied by local army and police units, had to walk alongside, up rough, steep paths, in the intense heat. Their resilience, endurance and organisational skills are admirable.

We will post more on our beneficaries' families when we have further news. Please see our Facebook feed below for up to date information.

Donate now to our emergency appeal > Find out more > Read the latest on Facebook >

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