Partners of EcoHimal

EcoHimal Nepal is our local partner-organization. The NGO established in 2009 has its headquarter in Kathmandu. EcoHimal Nepal is an important partner for our projects and together we are trying to improve living conditions of the local population.

Together with our sister-organisation EcoHimal Südtirol-AltoAdige we contribute to improved living conditions in Nepal since 2014.

Ecohimal Gesellschaft für interkulturelle Zusammenarbeit e.V
Dr. Hofmann Straße 25
97980 Bad Mergentheim

help alliance e.V.

„Closer to the world. Closer to its people“ – this is help alliance motto. help alliance, a registered charity under German law, was founded in 1999 by 13 Lufthansa employees, who were already engaged in aid programs in different developing countries. Today help alliance supports yearly about 40 aid initiatives around the world.

Every project is monitored and cared for by a responsible member of the Lufthansa Group and Condor or other cooperating companies like the Lufthansa City Center travel agencies. The project managers always work in close cooperation with local partners who have long term experience in development aid work.

Tarayana Foundation was founded in 2003 as a Public Benefit Organization, registered with the Civil Society Organization Authority of Bhutan.

The “Agents of Changes” Public Association was established in 2010. Founders and members of the Association are dedicated and active young people who are not indifferent to what is happening in the country. The NGO is an open voluntary association of young people that aims at increasing the participation of young people in decision-making processes and their empowerment in social development.

The organisation, registrated in Great Britain, enables communities to adapt to climate change. The Glacier Trust is committed to avoiding disaster on a Himalayan scale by helping local communities adapt to their changing environment. It provides education and expertise to locally based organisations to enable communities to understand the problems and implement solutions. 

After years of private engagement, the Nepalhilfe Aruntal was established in 2011 as a society. Together with EcoHimal the Nepalhilfe Aruntal contributes to poverty reduction in Eastern Nepal.


The history of the Dr. Loges company began in the 1950s with the medicinal plant Rauwolfia serpentina, which grows in the Himalayas. Werner Loges developed his first drug dysto-loges® from it.

Dr. Loges has been a sponsor of EcoHimal in the reconstruction of schools since 2017 and supports the campaign "The way out of poverty is the way to school".

TECHNODAT has been a leading provider of innovative software solutions for more than 40 years. Our specialty is optimizing business processes in technical areas such as project management/planning, maintenance, plant and asset management, as well as occupational health & safety and quality management.

As a family business, we support Ecohimal since 2019.

Samaritan Austria is among the country's largest health and social
organizations and the largest provider of ambulance services in the city of
Vienna. In recent years the organization's scope of operations has been
widened, particularly in the area of health care and social services. Today,
Samaritan Austria is providing a wide range of services, from medical
services at large events to home help and home care, shelter for the
homeless and asylum-seekers, as well as emergency relief and nursing
competence centers.

The Swedish Postcode Lottery receives its revenue by selling lottery tickets and donates its surplus to charitable causes. One million subscribers participate in the lottery, which has given 1,8 billion SEK, during the period of five years, to our selected charity organizations.

The Swedish Postcode Lottery supported the Saving Mount Everest Project from 2010 to 2013.

EOCA Vision: The European Outdoor sector will significantly contribute to the conservation of wild places and ecosystems for future generations.
EOCA Mission: To support valuable conservation work by raising funds from within the European Outdoor sector and promoting care and respect for wild places.

The European Outdoor Conservation Association supports the Saving Mount Everest in their 2011/2012 funding round!

Primus has a very long relationship with Wongchu Sherpa, president of Everest Summitteers' Association, who is one of the dedicated persons that has started the project. The support of Primus is a very good opportunity to help cleaning Everest from all garbage such as gas cartridges (which many of them are manufactured by Primus).

Furthermore the Saving Mount Everest Project is unique since all authorities, bigger trekking organizations are involved and the project will work with sustainability, educate the people, build up recycling stations etc.


EcoHimal Austria Gesellschaft für Zusammenarbeit Alpen-Himalaya
Hofhaymer Allee 11/17
5020 Salzburg
T: +43 662 829492
ZVR Zahl: 886266575

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