We are excited to announce the soon upcoming “Service Through Entrepreneurship” (STE Nepal) tour in Nepal. This 9 day adventure will be attended by a group of 10 leading entrepreneurs from around the United States at the end of August 2018. STE Nepal has not only been designed as a
“Change can be scary, but without change how can we strive to improve?” I started Khusi Hona in 2012 with a vision of supporting orphaned and abandoned children in India and Nepal. Over the years we started tackling more and more issues that were connected, such as women’s empowerment, economic
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
We are proud to announce our strategic partnership with Lovetree Co. Like Khusi Hona, Lovetree is based in Tampa, Florida in the U.S. but the real impact is happening on the ground in India. There are a lot of women empowerment programs popping up in South Asia, and the work
We recently completed a trip to Nepal to work on our commitment to support rebuilding the areas affected by the devastating earthquake just over a year ago. The time spent was focused on 3 areas. Our take away from this trip was incredibly encouraging…
There have been many new developments in the work we are doing and we are currently involved in many initiatives all over South Asia. In the next few months we will use the blog to highlight many of these projects and include detailed information about each initiative. The Lotus Center
We have updated our blog! With regular updates, we will share some of our most recent initiatives, our current short and long-term volunteers and projects all over south Asia. We will also share our Action Items which we hope that you will share with family and friends; small donations add
In August of 2014, I was contacted by the neighbor of a long-time family friend who was interested in supporting Khusi Hona. Her name is Pushpa Ramji, and she is of Indian heritage and living in Calgary, Canada. She was planning to visit India in 2015 and wanted to know what she could do to support our cause.