“I can proudly say that the Young Living Foundation has provided a great example to all organizations working in Nepal. We have shown how to strengthen communities, provide jobs, and build back better.” — Rojina Sijapati, Rebuild Nepal Project Coordinator


The D. Gary Young, Young Living Foundation provides funding for local restoration and rebuild efforts in Nepal, sourcing locally whenever possible and creating employment opportunities. Rebuilding started in the small mountain town of Yarsa, with a hundred homes and one primary school. The program then extended to the Tanahun region, where we focus on school restoration projects, along with building two women’s centers. From Yarsa to Tanahun, our efforts help empower individuals to create positive change in their families and communities.

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Saraswati's and Parbati's Story

Earning an income and raising children as a single parent is difficult, and some weeks, Saraswati and Parbati found it unbearably challenging to afford their children’s school fees. When the mothers learned that the Young Living Foundation had pledged to begin restoration efforts on their children’s school, they applied to help with the rebuild efforts. Not only have the women found a source of dependable income, but they are also investing time into their community and children’s school. Learn more about Saraswati’s and Parbati’s goals and how this opportunity restored their hope for the future.


You too can support our rebuild and restoration efforts in Nepal. Whether you choose to serve with your hands or spread awareness from where you are, you can take action in the movement to provide opportunity through education and enterprise opportunities. Learn more about how you can get involved today.