Bahrain’s Prince Sheikh Mohammed Al-Khalifa helps children in Nepal through Prayas Nepal

Sheikh Mohammed Al-Khalifa

Following a successful ascent of the world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest, Bahrain Prince Sheikh Mohammed Al-Khalifa has provided support to the children of Prayas Nepal.

Children have suffered financially and emotionally as a result of the increase of COVID-19 cases.

Prayas Nepal is a non-profit organization that cares for 30 children.

Aloft Hotel, Prince Khalifa, Bahrain Royal Guards, and Seven Summit Treks collaborated to provide rice, lentils, cooking oil, copies, pens, hand sanitizers, soaps, masks, and other supplements to youngsters.

“We would like to thank the Bahrain Prince, including royal guards, who have been staying at Aloft hotel following their successful Mount Everest ascent, as well as their expedition operator Seven Summit Treks, for helping the children,” said Vikram Singh, general manager of Aloft hotel.

‘I am humbled to help Prayas Nepal children in collaboration with Seven Summit Treks and Aloft Hotel by providing food and other necessities to the children.’ It is a fantastic opportunity to help the children of Prayas Nepal during this difficult time,” remarked Bahrain Prince.

Since its inception, the Aloft Kathmandu Hotel has supported children at Prayas Nepal.

Bahrain Prince Sheikh Mohammed Al-Khalifa arrived in Kathmandu on March 15 to lead a 16-member Bahrain climbing expedition to the summit of Mt. Everest.