International Partnership Organization

MCAF started partnering with World Challenge since May 2009 hosting World Challenge teams from different part of the world to do community service project in Nepal.
World Challenge is the leading provider of life-changing school expeditions. Over 27 years' of organising student trips abroad gives us the global reach, vision and resources to create bespoke educational programmes, tailored to your team’s objectives. We provide 24-hr Operational Support to teams and our expertise and high standards are reflected in our prestigious accreditations.

MCAF built up collaboration with Youth International, USA from September 2012.
Youth International is an experiential learning program that combines rugged international travel, inter-cultural exchange, home stays with local families, volunteer community service work, and outdoor adventure. Teams of up to 14 people between the ages of 18 and 25 travel together with two group leaders. For a full 3-month semester, they explore three different countries in one region of the world.

Lhasso Adventure is an adventure tour company providing its best services to our most valuable guests in compensation of their valuable time and money. Their main motto is to satisfy  guests and generate revenue. All their professional and expert guides are in your service during your trekking, mountain climbing and tour in Nepal. Lhasso Adventure will be on hand for advice throughout the guest’s stay in Nepal to support their logistical planning and accommodation. 

Lhasso Adventure shares 10% of its profit to the Mother and Children Art Foundation (MCAF) charity.

MCAF is proud to partner with The Wild Medic Project, Australia from July this year (2015).
The Wild Medic Project (WMP) is run by a network of volunteers who are passionate about making a difference in the lives of others. Their belief is that by supporting communities they will encourage both growth and positive change for future generations. WMP rely solely on donations to support this vital service that ensures the delivery of support and health care to communities in need. WMP runs in partnership with not for profit organisations established in the host countries to ensure consistency and transparency in the projects goals thus improving the lives of people in need.



  • Shawn Lim

    The experience at the school was memorable as the completion of each task created a greater atmosphere. Within five days we got, the team had completed many painting jobs that made the school brighter and ...

  • Phoebe Yates

    This experience was enlightening and opened up my eyes to an entirely different world. I highly enjoyed contributing to the project site despite how hard the work was at some points. Playing with children and ...

  • Jake Hobson

    The food was extremely good and I enjoyed every meal we had. I enjoyed learning about the Nepalese culture more. Spending time and playing games with the students was very fun and I had made ...

  • Thomas Fisher

    1.    Project: There was a lot of work to do at this site. I recommend more schools come here to improve the schools facilities urgently. The workers were too slow and we would have liked ...

  • Steve Whitfield

    •    Good project site with easy access to bus. •    School staff very friendly and very accommodating. •    Host Lal was very good and the kids loved him. •    Jeevan visiting was good for the kids. •    Project cooks ...

  • Gregory Patton

    I had the privilage of meeting Jeevan Lama on his recent visit to Rugby in the UK. I was impressed by his passion and commitment to the beneficies of MCAF. I wish all those concerned ...

  • Chris Abbott

    I have really enjoyed my time working with MCAF and seeing the positive result of my work. The task was achievable which the time we had and I am glad to have been able to ...

  • Ben Thomson

    I found the time we spend a good experience for me and the rest of the group. It was fun to have the freedom to choose where to help out and for our group to ...