About Us

How Yes Helping Hand Was Established

One day he was just staring at the road thinking about the loved one that he lost, he saw a guy get beaten up pretty bad by group of other guys. When he went to rescue him, everyone ran but he was walking slowly pretending as if he heard nothing. Mr. Dinesh Thapa shouted loudly but still there was no reaction from him. After he confronted the boy, Mr. Dinesh found that the boy couldn’t hear a word. He fled the scene and Mr. Dinesh was unable to help him and felt guilty.

After some days, he found a group of people gathering around a dead body near the Lake and got curious. He was heartbroken to have found that the dead body was of the boy whom he tried to rescue days ago. He felt broken from the inside and wished he could have helped him with whatever he could. His eyes welled with tears of guilt. Apart from that, he was still devastated from the loss of his loved one not long ago.

He thought about million different things for some time and finally came to a conclusion. The conclusion was that he had decided to open a modern business venture that fully supported differently abled persons. He dreamt of making them as able as anyone will be in days to come. He started the “Yes Helping Hands” enterprise and hired 27 people with hearing issues and 5 blind people. He trained them day and night hiring trainers and professionals and made them equally able. He grew the number of person working for handicrafts and pashminas in his enterprise. He supported their family when they needed it the most and encouraged everyone to live life normally and happily by outcome of their own hard work.

When foreigners saw and knew about his business, they supported everyone by buying locally made pashminas and handicraft products. He also hired multilingual personals to support and teach people with speaking and hearing issues. He thought salary was not enough, so he built a canteen and dorm for everyone working so that they could save up everything they earned with their hard and skilled efforts.

Our Facts

Established : 2011
Number of Artisans : 90(Blind/deaf/Differently able)
Number of staff : 30


Distribution of sales:
Export: 60% Domestic: 40%
Different sizes and style of Shawls, Swetter, Ponchos, Blanket, Scarf, Muffler items.

Training Facilities:
Training in handloom
dyeing of cashmere & wool threads


Social commitment:
30% of pro t use for distribution white cane all over the Nepal, sports Accessories for disable student, Hearing aid for deaf people,provide food, medicine and essential goods for aged- care homes.

Production techniques:
Traditional handloom weaving, use natural & Swiss dye pashmina/cashmere threads.

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