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"In 2004, I came to HAI to complete an Adventure Guide's Course. That year I helped run a 5-day course for orphans from the Garhwal region and was struck by their courage and tenacity. Two years later-determined to extend the chances available to these children - I formed a charity in the UK to fund progrmmes at HAI. The only prerequisite for acceptance onto one of these courses is that you would not - in the normal run of things - be able to attend an adventure course. Simple! Whether funding is the problem or a physical or mental handicap is perceived as being incompatible with adventurous pursuits, there is no obstacle that we will not overcome to allow the spirit of adventure to be spread and the wider benefits to be felt by all"

Adventure for our Children

2007 saw the first running of the AFOC adventure course run in conjunction with HAI and The Deaf Way from Delhi.


It was a great success with all trainees fully participating and all staff learning new communication and safety techniques courses please visit:

Toby Storie-Pugh

HAI and social programmes: our mission statement


I was born in these hills, grew up in their embrace and served a large portion of my career in their challenging heights. I was deeply involved in the creation of an independent Uttaranchal, a state responsible for its own affairs. I have watched with pride its people and its infrastructure go from strength to strength. But I want to see further progress.


Signed: [SP Chamoli]



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