Sherpa Adventure Gear provides one million school days

Since its launch in Nepal in 2003, Sherpa Adventure Gear has sought to improve the lives of the Nepalese people, especially women and children, through employment and education.

After some tricky trading years which included an earthquake, a pandemic and an economic slump, the brand was left with some huge mountains to climb, but climb they did and the brand can announce that they have hit their target of providing one million school days for the children of Nepal.

Since 2020, every item purchased from their travel adventure clothing and accessories collection secures a day of education administered through a long-standing partnership with the charity Room To Read.  The cost of a day at school is based on four factors; teaching staff, building libraries, developing and distributing reading materials and building classrooms.  

Chloe Ticehurst, of Sherpa Adventure Gear, said: “Here in the UK, we take education and the opportunities it opens up for granted.  We are confident we can achieve our goal of reaching 10 million school days by 2030 which will inspire more young minds to a life of adventure and opportunity through learning.”

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