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Himalayan Festival 2014
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Symposium on the Challenges of Agriculture in the Himalayas
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2014 | Solidarity and sustainability in Helping the Himalayas
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Workshop in Humla - Nepal
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Human connections


  • Expédition Everest.   Sophie Lavaud and François Damilano reached the top of the world in support of Norlha's activities in the Himalayas. Read more.

  • Field testimonies. Dawa is responsible for our agriculture and nutrition project in the Tibetan highlands. Read his testimony.
    Gyaltso is responsible for the community greenhouse in his village. Read more.

  • Internships, volunteer positions and jobs opportunities.   Read more.

Who We Are

Welcome to Norlha.org

Norlha is a secular, non-profit NGO based in Switzerland with Delegations in several European countries, providing development assistance through various projects in Tibetan areas of China, in Bhutan and in Nepal, in cooperation with local partners. Norlha is proud to be a member of the Fedevaco.

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News

Conférence de Sophie Lavaud

Conférence de Sophie Lavaud
There are no translations available. Conférence de Sophie Lavaud pour ouvrir notre Festival Himalayen, le 7 novembre 2014Sophie Lavaud et François Damilano ont atteint le Toit du Monde : « We...

The training of farmers in Bhutan

The training of farmers in Bhutan

The training of farmers in Bhutan
In Bhutan, 69% of the population consists of farmers which make agriculture very important in this country. Norlha develops projects in the district of Trashigang...

Farming Project in Rasuwa, Nepal

Farming Project in Rasuwa, Nepal

Farming Project in Rasuwa, Nepal
Norlha helps three villages situated in the district of Rasuwa in Nepal. This remote mountainous region is situated in the North of Kathmandu, close to the Tibet...

South face or North Face

South face or North Face

Climbing the « Chomolungma » Everest via Nepal or the « Sagarmatha » Everest via Tibet ?Mountaineers wanting to reach the summit of Mount Everest at an altitude of 8,848...