PHASE Nepal

To improve the living standards of people living in remote Himalayan communities, by providing immediate support and empowering them. Through integrated programmes in the areas of health, education and livelihoods, PHASE aims to support the most vulnerable (women, children, low castes, the very poor and people with disabilities) to break the cycle of poverty, by assisting communities and local authorities to lay the groundwork for a self-sufficient future.
Himalayan Healthcare for 5000: Save Lives in Nepal
 
Provide essential healthcare services to a remote Himalayan community. There is no other health provision in a 60km radius for a population of over 5000: PHASE health workers are saving lives in Nepal project reportread updates from the field
Training 1500  village teachers from Nepal
 
Education is one of the greatest tools we have to tackle poverty and gender inequality, yet in rural Nepal less than 30% of children complete primary school. We believe that one of the first steps to empowering communities and improving education is to ensure that teachers are trained, supported and equipped to deliver excellent standards of education in an environment where children can effectively learn. We need your help to deliver this vision. project reportread updates from the field
Nepal Earthquake: Support for Remote Communities
 
Last year, a powerful earthquake caused devastation in many areas of Nepal. Remote regions, such as Gorkha and Sindhulpalchok, were among the worst-affected, with some people losing everything. PHASE had been working in these areas for many years, and within days was coordinating an emergency response to hand out relief and keep essential services running. Now, PHASE is supporting permanent rebuilding and long term recovery of these communities so they can again become self-sustainable. project reportread updates from the field
Nisha Tamang Memorial Fund for Scholarships
 
On 8th August 2016, PHASE Nepal staff nurse Nisha Tamang died in a tragic helicopter accident while accompanying her patient, Preeti Gurung, to hospital in Kathmandu. With them the pilot, Preeti's son and three of her relatives also perished. Nisha was a bright, determined and vital young woman, who had left an easy job as a college instructor to work with PHASE in remote communities. She was much loved by all she worked with, and her immediate colleagues are devastated by her death. project reportread updates from the field
Help 1,400 Children in Nepal to Go Back to School
 
The unimaginable devastation caused by the earthquakes in Nepal has left many communities without homes, schools, livestock, food, and supplies. PHASE is deeply rooted in these local communities and is in a good position to provide both immediate and long-term support. We are on the ground in these isolated areas, helping to rebuild lives. This project aims to bring a much-needed sense of normalcy to the lives of school children by providing them with educational materials. project reportread updates from the field
Educate 1500 Children in Remote Himalayan Villages
 
This project will provide 1500 village school children with vibrant learning environments and, in contrast to the current focus on rote learning, teachers will be encouraged to foster creative, entrepreneurial, critical thinkers capable of handling the challenges and opportunities of the world. To achieve this PHASE will train and mentor 75 teachers from some of the most remote and resource-poor regions of Himalayan Nepal
 
   

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