Corporate Social Responsibility for an adventure tour operator in Nepal.
Our founder Rajesh Kumar Tamang aka Raj believes that Charity begins at home. He says our biggest asset is our staff; consisting of happy porters, talented support crew, trekking chefs and expert trek leaders. He says “we value our staff highly.. after all, happy staff makes happy customers! We have handpicked and trained all of our field staffs who are experts in their duties to make your trek enjoyable and fun.” Responsible Adventures is committed to fair-trade approach and practice, namely Genuine Responsible Tourism. Providing our staff with a dignified working environment is of utmost importance to us. We pay our team a generous wage to help them make a better life for themselves and their families. Another aspect of our CSR is making sure most of your money will benefit the region and people where you are trekking. Despite being a relatively small company, we have set our standards and integrity high. It is due to our handpicked and highly trained employees that we can proudly say that we provide excellent value for money and unparalleled trekking services in the Himalaya.
Looking beyond our company walls, Raj has been volunteering as an instructor of Wilderness and Advanced Wilderness First Aid training to teach Trek leaders and trekking guides of international tour operators since 2011.
After the massive earthquake in April and May 2015, Raj helped Non-profit organizations by providing his employees as volunteers to help bring relief materials to affected villages in certain parts of Nepal.
He has volunteered to educate children on the policies of leave no trace on hiking trips. He teaches the children to leave nothing but footsteps and take nothing but the appreciation of nature.
In December 2015, he went to remote villages of Solu Khumbu where the majority of his employees come from with some donations to help partially with maintenance and construction of schools.
Raj has volunteered as a “Medic” for some outdoor events such as Nepal NCA Mountain Bike Championship on March 19th, 2016, Bhote Koshi express a kayak competition from October 25th until 29th October and Kathmandu Mountain Bike Festival from the 18th to 20th October 2016.
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