Putting our faith into action and climbing up a 4997 metre Himalayan peak to support the work of AIDSLink Nepal with families living with HIV and AIDS. The AIDSLink programme is involved in the following:

  • Regular visit local hospitals to meet people who need help.(Normally they just found that they got HIV and don't know what to do.)
  • Home visits for the people who live with AIDS/HIV(PLAH) and care if they are taking medicine well.
  • Deliver antiretroviral therapy(ART) to PLAH time to time.
  • Provide a place(AIDSLINK care center) to stay in Kathmandu when PLAH need to come to KTM for their hospital appointment. Or when they need intensive daily care.
  • PLAH family meeting- share a Bible teaching, have a fellowship and share the good news.
  • Support children who are affected by HIV for their education. Their parent(s) are HIV positive and some of kids are also positive.
  • Bring HIV/AIDS awareness program to the villages.

          

9-23 April 2022

A team from the UK will fly into Kathmandu and stay at the Training Centre. Visit the HIV and AIDS Care Centre in Kathmandu before traveling north. The trek is up to a height of 4000 Metres to reach the Liangtang Valley. Then we will take on the main challenge of climbing a 4997m mountain. Through out the journey we will see and learn about the country, experience the situation in remote villages, see earthquake relief projects and meet Nepali Community Leaders.

Experienced team members will accompany us on this trip.


For this trip, we are trying to raise one pound for every metre in altitude we reach. This means we are seeking to raise up to a total of £4,997 per person.

Fundraising for the 4997 Project will be via individual fundraising pages on the OM UK web site. Funds raised throuth the 4997 Trek can only be used to support the work of AIDSLink Nepal.

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