Our Sansar is a young and dynamic NGO committed to helping the world’s poorest communities to lift themselves out of poverty.
Our Sansar was founded in February 2009 by Julia Krepska, formerly a teacher and translator. After working in teaching and business, Julia travelled extensively in Asia, where she was able to see what life is like in some of the world’s poorest countries. As a consequence of her experiences, she decided to focus on building something special together with people who share similar values.
This was the beginning of Our Sansar. Since then, we have gone from strength to strength and are now a vibrant organisation run by a dedicated team of volunteers and professionals.
Street children are all too common a feature of life in the urban centres of Developing Countries. In Nepal, estimates as to the number of street children range from 5000 (Child Workers in Nepal – CWIN) to 30,000 (Association Pomme Cannelle Nepal). These children are often viewed negatively by society, and as such are left marginalised, impoverished and without access to opportunities. Many children survive by resorting to activities such as rag collecting and begging. More alarmingly, some become involved in drug trafficking and prostitution.
Our Core Objectives
- Assistance with the relief of poverty amongst the communities that need our help the most
- Advancement of education
- Empowerment of local communities
We look to achieve our objectives through inclusive and innovative overseas projects, targeting communities that receive little or no help from other sources, governmental or otherwise.
Our team in Nepal