We envision a world where the cycle of poverty is replaced by a cycle of progress.

We simply give people opportunities to contribute, to use their gifts, and to feel happy.

Khusi Hona is committed to giving everyone we work with the opportunity to overcome poverty. Every single person. We are not motivated by statistics, and we don’t measure our impact purely in percentages. We are every bit invested in improving the life of one individual as we are in doing so for thousands.
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Whatever road in life we lead, it’s always a little easier in a new pair of shoes.

Located in Hetauda, Nepal, Mamaghar (Uncle’s House) Nepal cares for 21 boys that have been rescued from a life on the streets. In 2015 we funded a new pair of school shoes for each kid at the home, and now it’s time for each of them to get a new pair. This simple project creates confidence, a sense of pride and keeps the boys happy and healthy. Are you interested in sponsoring this project? $300 will get each child a new pair of custom leather school shoes and a pair of socks. Khusi Hona could not perform charitable work in South Asia without your support. As we seek to help those in some of the most poverty-stricken areas in the world, we need your financial support.
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KHUSI HONA ANNUAL LETTER 2016

Every end is a new beginning, including the transition from 2016 to 2017. This year has been tumultuous to say the least and most of us are fatigued with politics and the never ending negative news cycle around the globe. I would like to encourage you that although the world may seem bleak at times, many amazing things are happening. People are living longer, world hunger is dropping and economic development and aid is improving communities around the world. This year has been an important year for Khusi Hona. 2015 was filled mostly with our disaster relief operations in Nepal all while continuing our regular operations and support in India. 2016 brought us the beginning of the Khusi Hona Lotus Center in South India, a powerful women empowerment program that we are now planning to expand into rural communities in central India. We have continued our commitment of support to the communities ...