The Pokhara Project
The open border between Nepal and India means that more people are being trafficked out of Pokhara than ever before. Our Field Partner, 3 Angels Nepal, is working on the frontlines of this trafficking hotspot. The Pokhara Project is a sustainable building project that includes a self-funding school, women’s safe haven, vulnerable children’s homes, a community medical centre and vocational training facilities.
Funds raised to date for The Pokhara Project. When the target is achieved, construction can begin!
Tracking the build from the start of groundworks to build completion.
Percentage of key milestones completed for The Pokhara Project.
Field Partner Profile
Women’s Safe Haven
Community Medical Centre
New Self-funding School
Vocational Training Facilities
24hr Security + Safety
Safe Drinking Water
Hygiene and Sanitation
Vulnerable Children’s Homes
Earthquake Proof Engineering
Passive Solar Design Principles
Community Development and Empowerment
Land and Geotechnical Surveys
Extensive meetings and planning between 3 Angels Nepal, Architects and all stakeholders to prepare the design brief
Draft Architectural Masterplan
Detailed architectural plans for all buildings and homes completed, and the expansion of the Masterplan to include the women’s safe haven and 3 Angels Nepal offices
Electrical, Sanitation and Hydrological Design
Detailed surveys required to facilitate riverworks design and structural plans
Riverworks Design and Construction
Architectural and Structural Plans Approval
Bill of Quantities
Building Contract to Tender
Groundworks—Water, Sanitation, Roads
Site Expansion Planning
Architectural 3D Model
Support the Pokhara Project
Give Freedom International guarantees that 100% of your gift goes directly to our development work in human trafficking hotspots.
Funding Policy: 100% of all gifts made here will be directed to Give Freedom International program. Give Freedom’s program focus is infrastructure and capacity building work known as The Pokhara Project, in partnership with 3 Angels Nepal. Please note that a limited proportion of these funds may be directed to disaster relief and other emergency support for our Field Partner prior to the completion of their new facilities.