Global Reach International

To bring sustainable projects to the people of Nepal. Help with Disaster Recovery in the USA and abroad.
Mar 25, 2016

SchoolNumber 2

School Pic 1
School Pic 1

Global Reach International would like to give a quick report on the status of our second school we are building.  Next weekend Mike Cassidy, a Global Reach International board member from the USA will be opening the school.  Mike Cassidy has been in Nepal for more then two months handing out funds to various projects that need assistant from the earthquake. He will officially hand over the school to the community on April 3.  The school is almost complete.  As of now they are finishing the five rooms and getting them prepared for next weekend's opening.  Please check back next week for full report of the school opening.  Our third school will start construction in the comming months.  Thank you again for all your support.  

School pic 2
School pic 2
School pic 3
School pic 3
Feb 25, 2016

Second School Construction

Construction of School
Construction of School

Global Reach International is currently visiting Nepal to oversee the construction of our second primary school that was destroyed by the earthquake.  Board member and volunteer Mike Cassidy of USA is visiting the site.  The construction is 50% complete.  The school should be complete by mid March.

 

Global Reach International is one of the few organizations working with the Nepal government to rebuild government owned schools.  By working with the government and Flame of Hope Nepal, we are able to bring these schools back to their normal state.  We hope to build more schools in the future.  

 

Please note GRI stands for Global Reach International 

Construction of School
Construction of School
Construction of School
Construction of School
Construction of School
Construction of School
Global Reach Board Member Mike
Global Reach Board Member Mike
Mike and Akash of GRI
Mike and Akash of GRI
GRI Touring old school
GRI Touring old school
Old School damaged by Earthquake
Old School damaged by Earthquake
New School
New School
Jan 7, 2016

School Construction Report

school plans
school plans

Global Reach International has started the construction of the Kabrepalanchouk "Shree Kali Primary School" located on the border of China.  We have attached photos of the school to this report.  The school will have five rooms, a water well, and new bathrooms.  We are also replacing all the desks and school supplies.  The children are currently learning in steal shelters until the school is complete. 

Our first phase of funding to this school was $7500.00  The first phase is for purchasing the materials and transportation.  Once materials are in place, Global Reach will send addtional funds to complete the construction.  Our gaol is to have the school complete within four months. 

A board member from Global Reach International will be going to Nepal in February for two months.  Once he arrives, we will be able to give addtional photos and progress reports. 

 

Global Reach International also gave $1300 to a business in the Kathmandu Valley that was damaged by the earthquake.  The business owner of this shop lost everything in the earthquake.  The $1300 will help him reestablish his business. 


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