At Methlang rock we did our annual training and clean up. Some new climbs are opened and all bolts and anchors have been checked by our team of instructors under supervision of Harry Brands.
EWN organized Baking Training Program in coordination with Buddha Foundation Japan. The 3 days training program started on 23rd Nov, 2018 and ended on 25th Nov, 2018. The objective of the training is to engage young Nepalese women in income generating job. There were total of 7 trainees including one Board Secretary from EWN. The training was given by two teachers from Japan, Mr. Yuichi Amano and Mr. Fujio Nakagawa. Mr. Jagan Gurung played an important role as interpreter during the training period. On the first day of the training the teacher baked cookies and showed example of the cookies. On the second day, Secretariat of BFJ Kiyomi Yamada joined the training and the teachers and trainees baked the cookies together. On the 3rd day trainees baked the cookies by themselves on the supervision of the teachers. The trainees learned to bake Himalayan Snowball, Honikugen, Sabourey, and Pound cake.
We are very much grateful to the Buddha Foundation Japan for their partnership with us in empowering women. The trainees were very happy to be able to receive other kind of training besides adventure tourism.
Dear valued clients, team, volunteers, donors, partners and well wishers:
We are pleased to inform you that 3 Sisters Adventure Trekking and Empowering Women of Nepal (EWN) are the winners of the “Sport for Quality Education and Employment Award.” This prestigious award was presented on Sept 12 2018 by Beyond Sports in New York, the U.S.A. For more information about Beyond Sports and the awards please visit
We thank you for your kind cooperation and look forward to your continued support.
We welcome you to Nepal, India, Bhutan and Tibet. Keep trekking and keep playing sports!
3 Sisters and EWN Team
Aug 17, 2018: EWN initiated second STEM project in a government school- Shree Mahendra Secondary School. First STEM project was given to 270 girls of three government schools in 2015. A total of 104 underprivileged girls from grades 6, 7, 8 and 9 were selected and they will be engaging, hands on learning activities for a total of six months. The main objective is to increase interest in and improve STEM skills of young girls.