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Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP)

Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) , established in 1992, serves as a Travelers’ information center, providing visitors with free and unbiased information about trekking in Nepal. It aims to provide information on environmental, social and cultural aspects of Nepal to generate awareness among the travelers and the local people that helps to minimize the negative impact of tourism on environment and culture. The center also stresses on the need for every trekker to be aware of the ‘minimum impact code’ to ensure preservation of the pristine environment in those Himalayan regions.
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About the Campaign

Keep provides porters (till date 4000 porters) with required stuffs to climb the hills and mountains, make them acquainted with English language through training courses, first aid training, map navigation and awareness training. They have been conducting yearly programs, related to Tourism promotion, Environmental conservation and Rural-developmental activities, since the year of its establishment. Till date KEEP has constructed different schools, toilets, water taps, milk station, community hall, etc. in various rural villages of Nepal based on their necessity and resource availability. Several awareness campaigns and cleanliness activities addressing health and environmental issues are also conducted by KEEP.

Being a non-profit organization, KEEP’s programs are depended on funds. Major activities of KEEP till date are listed below:

Our programs

  • Travelers Information Centre
  • Eco-tourism Capacity Building
  • Environmental Awareness-
  • Porters Welfare
  • Rural Community Development
  • Volunteering

Where will the funds go?

KEEP will utilize the raised funds on designed projects such as Chepang health post construction, Rara Lake cleaning and awareness program; to provide trainings for tourism professionals at Arughat and capacity building program for locals at Kanchanjunga

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