The 7 Summits

Nimdoma Sherpa climbed Mt Everest at the age of 17 in the year 2008. In 2014 she completed the 7 Summits climb as a member of the world’s first female team to do so.

'Zero Hunger' Flag Bearer/Champion for Girl Education

Nimdoma is the flag bearer of UN Sustainable Development Goal#2 ‘Zero Hunger.’ A former beneficiary of UN World Food Programme she is celebrated as a champion for Girl Education in Nepal and Japan.

Sports Climbing Champion

An avid sports climber, Nimdoma is winner of several sports climbing championship including national level competitions in 2009, 2011 & 2013.

Watch Videos on Nimdoma

A video on the world’s most successful women team on Everest, of which Nimdoma was a member.
Watch the UN World Food Program produced Public Service Announcement animation video featuring Nimdoma Sherpa as a role model for education.
Watch the Journey of former WFP beneficiary Nimdoma Sherpa. How she started from a small remote village and went all way to the of the world.
Nimdoma unfurls the UN Sustainable Development Goal#2 Zero Hunger Flag.

What People Say

I am jealous of you(Nimdoma and her team)… and the world needs more example like you. John Kerry

US Secretary of State

Nimdoma is an amazing example that features the power that school feeding and education play in a young person’s life. Her story inspires women across Nepal and beyond to reach for their dreams – dreams to become doctors, teachers or even mountaineers. Richard Ragan

Resident Representative, Tanzania, UN World Food Programme

Nimdoma is personification of change. Change from a village girl to an international icon- a story of how education changes one’s life, why dreams matter and what is women empowerment. Shailee Basnet

Coordinator, Seven Summits Women Team

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