Our Partners


Eco Trek InternationalEco Trek International is one of Nepal’s leading adventure travel companies offering the best of itineraries from all amazing corners of Nepal. Our love for the mountain, its culture and the desire to share it with the world led to the establishment of our company in 1992. Since then, our hands-on approach and years of experience has ensured an excellent client satisfaction record.Eco Trek International is committed to responsible travel and sustainability. It was a commitment formed when the company was established in 1992 and today, in the face of a multitude of threats to the environment, our commitment remains stronger than ever.
intestazione-248x139The Friuli Mandi Nepal site was created to help children who are disadvantaged because of the poor development in their area. Our group is non- not making and was born from a trekking trip in Tibet which transformed our desire for adventure into a desire to help people.Unfortunately, as in many countries, even Nepal, the realities relating to children in certain social strata are sometimes dramatic. Often the extreme poverty and abandonment penalise children, depriving them of the right to an elementary school education and consequently the prospect of a more decent future.
ICTinspiresLargeICTinspires delivers hands-on training sessions to primary schools in Essex and the surrounding counties and also provide downloadable support materials to over 400 schools both in the UK and internationally, including Nepal. The Directors first met the Trustees of KASIN after a visit to Nepal where they witnessed the plight of education in this remote part of the world. They were so taken by the passion of the Trustees, they pledged to support the charity in any way they can.
EncountersNepalWe are a government registered trekking company, & are proudly recognised by eight of the reputed national and international organisations the world over. We’re currently affiliated with: Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN), Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA), Sustainable Tourism Network Nepal (STNN), Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP), Porter Progress Nepal (PPN), International Eco-Tourism Society (IETS), and Federation of National Tourism Nepal (FNTN).
Vision Support Services supply textiles to high profile retail, hospitality, care and public sector groups. The Vision Group of Companies have been incredibly generous and supportive of the efforts of KASIN and we are delighted to have them on board.
RotarySettle Rotary Club is based in the picturesque market town of Settle, in the Craven area of the Yorkshire Dales, an area noted for its glorious scenery. They are always looking for new members so, if you think you might be interested, please visit their website to get a better idea of the valuable work they do.


The Pahar Trust is a British based charity and was registered in 1993. Its main focus is raising the funds necessary and co-ordinating the construction of schools in remote areas of East and West Nepal. To date, 60 new schools have been completed and opened, and 24 schools have been renovated. The Pahar Trust has also raised funds for and co-ordinated 22 related, yet non-school building, projects. These include hostels as well as water, health and housing projects. The Trust also runs a child sponsorship scheme with over 100 needy children and families being sponsored. As well as the labourers and craftsmen, required for construction, The Pahar Trust employs a small team in Nepal, headed by four ex British Gurkha soldiers, who organize, plan and implement the charity’s projects in Nepal.




Fair Connections (Global) is a new Community Interest Company established to help promote awareness of fair trade in primary schools. It was created by Sara Parker, who has been working in Nepal for over 20 years and is also a founder of Liverpool Fair Trade City Steering Group.
Fair connections offers three interrelated services;
1. Educational resources focused round the adventures of a Frog from Nepal
2. Fair trade handicraft products from Nepal
3. Assemblies, workshops, teacher training workshops and educational material

Green Tara Nepal, a non-governmental, apolitical and non-profit making non-governmental organization, established in 2007. It works in research, publications, advocacy, training and social mobilization in a holistic community development approach.
Green Tara Nepal works in collaboration and cooperation with community people,CBOs, NGOs, civil societies and, external development partners at national and international level and. It works in close coordination with the government sector at federal, provincial, district and local level.