Invitation: Shangrila's Pop-up Café
January 28, 2024 from 14:00h till 18:00h
Come and raise a glass with us to the new year!
de!Kunsthumaniora, Karel Oomsstraat 24, 2018 Antwerpen

Save the date: the 6th Shangrilahome Acoustics will happen on June 8, 2024
Master Schmidt Hoeve, Deurne


The long-term childcare home, the first project of Shangrila Home VZW, was established in 1995 by Inge Bracke and Paul Jacobs. It started off as a home for 11 street children.

Currently there are over 80 beneficiaries in this project and there have been several moves to bigger premises over the years.

Please click here for more info.

YRP - Youth Rehabilitation Program

Youth Rehabilitation Program

The YRP (Youth Rehabilitation Program) is a transit home which offers a second chance to adolescents living on the streets through temporary shelter, informal education, occupational therapy, skill-trainings and job-placement.

The program has been initiated in August 2004 by Wim De Becker and Dinesh Bhandari. The maximum capacity of the project is 28 beneficiaries at a time, all between 15 and 20 years old, and guided by 4 care givers / social workers.

Click here for more info

In Nepal there are many underprivileged children who do have either one or two parents who are loving and caring, and for whom it is safe to live within their family environment. But sending those children to school can be a major challenge for the parents.

That’s why we started up our external school sponsoring program.

Click here for more info.

Who is Who

The kids

The kids

An overview of all our beneficiaries


An overview of all members of the workgroup in Belgium
Staff in Nepal

Staff in Nepal

An overview of Nepali staff
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