Remember your childhood days for a moment when you were studying in school. Your daily life would be waking up early in the morning, getting ready for school, spending whole day in school with friends and teachers, learning new things, returning home, playing for some time with friends, completing home-works from school for next day and going to bed. And when you have exams your parent guides you to spend less time in playing and focuses to spend more of your times in studying so that you could get good scores and grades. Now imagine, its an evening time. You are studying very hard sitting in your study table, preparing for attending final exams of your grade. You have all the supports that you need from your parents. Your table lamp is ON and you are in deep concentration in your study. Suddenly, your table lamp goes OFF . . . . . . . . . . and you are in the lap of complete darkness. You can’t see your notebooks and books placed in your table. You can’t even see anything around you due to the darkness. You don’t have any control over the situation where you are. How would you FEEL and react at that moment? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
It’s an exact situation for 52 orphans staying in Rejoice Trinity and Salvation, an orphanage home located in sub urban area of Lalitpur District. Every day during evening hours, when they are studying and doing their home works, power goes out due to load-shedding and these students are forced to use candles. Candles are the only source of light during that time otherwise, they are in the lap of complete darkness at the middle of their study. As there are small children in the orphanage home, using candles are very risky for them as fire could easily spread in the whole building if mishandled. Small children could easily burn their note books and books while studying in the candle light. Incident of burning eyelashes and hands by the small children had already been observed. Hence, the only option to save from these type of accidental incident to occur in future is to install a proper and safe light so that the students don’t need to depend on the electricity and candles for lighting option.
Hence, to support the education of the students of orphanage, a solar lighting system enough to provide power backup during the power cuts so as to light the rooms are supported. The installation of the system is in progress. This will ease the study of the students and help them to shape up their future towards the vision they had made.
ECCA on behalf of the students from orphanage would like to thank you all for your invaluable support which is definitely going to make an impact towards brighter and better future of the students.
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On the eve of Thanksgiving, we - ECCA Family would like to express our sincere gratitude towards all our donors, supporters and well-wishers for your continuous support and contribution towards our initiation in serving the needy students and the community in Nepal.
Thank you for spreading A Joy of Light in the Life of needy people in rural areas, and helping them to create a reason of smile in their life. A smile in the face of needy is what matters the most and have the strength to change the world. Without your support we would not have been able to bring smile in the faces.
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With YOUR SUPPORT, 65 household of Onewang Village, situated in a remote location in the hills of Chitwan with no access to electricity were equipped with Solar Light. Now, they do not have to rely on kerosene based wicked lamp for lighting their evening hours which had created enormous amount of negative health impact and economic impact in their daily life till day. In addition to the distribution of solar tuki, a group of 5 local youths were also trained for repair and maintenance of Solar tuki in case of need in future.
To increase the enrolment and attendance of students in school, the solar panels for charging the solar tuki were installed in the school as a mass charging station. This will encourage parents and Guardians to send their students to school in order to get their solar tuki charged and they could get clean and better light in evening hours.
We would like to acknowledge Shanti Griha (an organization working in Onewang Chitwan) for providing us an opportunity to serve in the community who are in need of those lights.
We acknowledge your support to date and seek your support to bring more impact in the life of these students studying and people living in rural areas. You can increase your impact through donating in October 17th, 12:00 Noon EST onwards in the website on Global Giving bonus day. Global Giving is providing 30% matching bonus in the donations received in projects and matching up to US $ 50,000. Hence, we would like to request you to circulate this message within your friends and family so that we could be able to raise more funds and change the life of needy ones.
We would like to express our sincere thanks to all our supporters, well-wisher and partners of Global Giving. We would also like to receive your feedback and suggestions in coming days ahead.
Seasonal greetings and thank you, to all our donors, supporters and well-wishers for your continuous support in our program. Without your support we would not have been able to serve the needy community in our country.
New Youth Children Development Society is an orphanage being operated by a group of youth in Bhaktapur District. It serves 52 deprived orphan children from various location of different age from 6 to 18.The orphanage has been providing all the basic needs of the orphans living there along with quality education.
However the centre faced a problem along with the entire country related to power crisis. The children who were staying there had a hard time studying after they returned from the school as the peak time for the power cut was in the evening. They used to study under the candle lights which created a nuisance for them. The main reason for it was the fire flame and being cautious towards the burning candles which created a lapse of concentration towards their studies. In addition they could not study at places, they wanted as the candle possessed high chances of fire accidents and also it could be easily extinguished by wind.
Thus keeping this in mind ECCA with financial support from Donors like you, has provided solar lights to the all the children of the orphanage in 50% subsidized rate. Along with it a solar mass charging station has been established where the light holders charge their solar lights. They charge their lights in the daytime and use it to study in the evenings.
These solar lights have provided an opportunity for the orphans to study in their regular schedule unlike the days before where they used to wait for the electricity to come. Even they can study at their desired place like in bed, in the balcony etc and the problems are not faced like those with the candle. “Now I do not need to wait for the electricity to study and the light seems better than the candle”, said Parshuram who is one of the residences of the orphanage.
We thank you for partnering with us to help the rural people and students of Nepal better their lives in an ecologically sustainable way. We hope for your suggestion and recommendation in future.
Thank you, to all our donors, supporters and well-wishers for your continuous support in our effort to provide a clean solar light alternative in place of kerosene lamps for the rural people of Nepal.
In past months, we had received requests to support for the installation of community charging centre in two areas; Chitwan and Solukhumbu. Hence, we had made a technical and design evaluation of our previous community charging centre installed in two areas through interviews and telephone inquiry. With the feedback received from the community, a new model of community charging centre has been designed, which is easy to use for the rural people in terms of technical and is much cost effective than previous community charging system.
Similarly, Mr. Charturbhuj (a youth returned from Arabian country, searching opportunity to work in our own country) has been trained in assembling the solar system. He has been exploring the opportunity to create the market of solar in western region of Nepal. An initial investment to support him for the promotion of solar systems in western region has been made.
Request for the installation of community charging centre at various rural areas are in consideration and evaluation to provide maximum benefit to the rural people of Nepal.
We thank you for partnering with us to help the rural people and students of Nepal better their lives in an ecologically sustainable way.
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