Updates - Nepal Earthquake Relief

GlobalGiving is supporting a number of Nepal earthquake relief projects that are responding to the needs of their communities. All of the projects have been thoroughly vetted and are providing ongoing updates about the impact of your donation. Here are some of the recent updates:

Building 10 classrooms for 500 students in Nepal. - The Small World

Why School are important in Rural villages?

Jun 19, 2018   Last month a news was published and this news represents the situation in most of the remote villages of Nepal. We would like to share this one with everyone, https://www.nepalitimes.com/from-the-nepali-press/stuck-in-grade-5/ This is why The Small World’s school construction project are so important. We are not only providing a physical structure but we are providing a platform where life takes different road. We work to see teachers instead of child brides, leaders instead of forced.... Read more

Relief rebuilding to 25 communities in Nepal - Tewa

One need not rely on others when one is proficient

Jun 18, 2018   Born at Gorkha, Barpak-8, Lalika is the youngest daughter in a family after 6 elder sisters. She lost her father, Sompati  when she was just 18 months old. After the death of a husband, Hotani  raised 7 daughters on her own. Coming from a very ordinary family, Lalika couldn't get a lot of opportunities and which is why she couldn't continue her further studies after her secondary level at school and just completed SLC (School Leaving Certificate). Eventually, at the age of 16, she got.... Read more

Providing Free Health Services to 10,000 Villagers - Real Medicine Foundation

"PREGNANT WOMAN SAVED AT RMF CLINIC"

Jun 6, 2018   It was late in the afternoon when 21-year-old Yunika was brought to the RMF Health Clinic with heavy vaginal bleeding. She was weak, trembling, and afraid. RMF Clinical Officer Bishnu Sharma received her and found that Yunika’s history suggested that she was in the early stages of pregnancy. She was brought to the clinic by her neighbors, who were unaware of her condition. Yunika had been recently married, and because of this and her youth, she herself was not aware that she was pregnant..... Read more

Safe Water for Healthy Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Use of Tulip Siphon filter: A step towards safe drinking water

Jun 5, 2018   Jajarkot, a hilly district located in Mid-western region in Province-6, is considered to be a remote district having very limited access to electricity, telephone and other basic facilities. The road facilities are only up to the district headquarter. Due to lack of knowledge about domestic water purification techniques, various water borne diseases (like diarrhea, dysentery, typhoid) are widely seen in the village leading to death of people in the past. Only 50% people have access to piped.... Read more

Help vulnerable families rebuild homes in Nepal - GoodWeave International

A National Dialogue

May 30, 2018   Dear GlobalGiver, For this report, I want to focus on a collaboration and reflection – one that sprang from the hard work of our team in Nepal, and one that inspires me today. On April 5th, GoodWeave joined the National Business Initiative and UNICEF Nepal to host a “National Dialogue on Responsible Business” in Kathmandu. This event focused on the role of businesses in creating safe, responsible, and ethical business practices, especially around issues of child labor. The.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake : Support for remote communities - PHASE Nepal

3 New Gender Friendly School Toilets in Gorkha

May 22, 2018   3 New Gender Friendly School Toilets in Gorkha PHASE Nepal has sucessfully completed the rebuilding of school toilets of two secondary schools and one basic (lower secondary ) school which were damaged after the earthquake. These schools lie in Kashigaun and Keruanja Villages, two of the remote and highly affected villages during the 2015 earthquake owing to their proximity to the epicentre in Gorkha. These gender friendly toilets have two seperate blocks for boys and girls. The buildings were.... Read more

Shelters for 60 Earthquake (EQ) Survivors in Nepal - Civic Forum for Sustainable Development (CIVIC FORUM)

Report on Shelters for 60 EQ Survivors in Nepal

May 24, 2018   Nepal Earthquake of 7.6 Richter scale which had the epicenter of Barpak Village of Gorkha District at 12:56 of Baishakh 12, 2072 (25th April, 2015) caused thousands of deaths and injuries and millions rupees of destruction. The aftershocks continued in the days to come as well. After 18 days of the mega earthquake, on 29th Baishak, 2072 (12th May, 2015) at 12:50 again an aftershock of 6.8 Richter scale striked Nepal which had the epicenter of Dolakha district. The quake affected many districts.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Relief and Recovery Fund - GlobalGiving

A final update on the recovery in Nepal

May 17, 2018   In the three years since a pair of powerful earthquakes struck Nepal, claiming more than 9,000 lives and leaving more than 3.5 million people homeless, we've seen incredible progress toward a full recovery thanks to the tireless work of our nonprofit partners and the generous outpouring of support from donors like you. Together, more than 44,000 GlobalGivers like you raised $5.1 million to support a diverse group of 86 vetted nonprofit partners who delivered emergency relief in the weeks and.... Read more

Holistic Rehabilitation for Post-Earthquake Nepal - IsraAID

Using Art Therapy to Support Nepal's Schoolchildren

May 17, 2018   School-based interventions are crucial to helping children gain key psychological and social skills like problem management, self-awareness, non-judgmental acceptance, non-violence, communication and valuing diversity. This is particularly important in areas affecting by the 2015 earthquake, which are still in the process of recovery – both physical and social. In Pharping, Nepal, IsraAID is training teachers in how to use art therapy to support their students’ mental health. An.... Read more

Health Post Funding in Nepal - GlobeMed at Tufts University

End of the 2017-2018 academic year update

May 18, 2018   Thanks to the generous donations of our supporters, as well as our chapter members' work with on-campus campaigns, and our partnerships, we have officially met our goal of raising $8,000 this academic year to send to PHASE Nepal! This money will go towards staffing and supplying a health post in the town of Bichhaya in the Bajura district of Nepal. We are proud of having been able to meet this commitment, and are grateful to all those who supported us in doing so. Thanks to these funds, 2000.... Read more

Community resilience in Nepal - BRAC USA

3 years after earthquake, Nepal is resilient

May 11, 2018   On April 25, 2015, a devastating earthquake ravaged Nepal. BRAC was quick to respond with immediate aid, including food, shelter, and medical support. Just over three years later, much of the country is still feeling the impacts of the deadly earthquake. But thanks to the resilience of its people, Nepal is on the road to recovery. Since the aftermath of the earthquake, BRAC has transitioned from immediate aid to long-term development work that provides Nepalese people with the tools to become.... Read more

Help Rural Nepal Villages Rebuild and Recover - All Hands and Hearts

Kalikasaran School Update

Apr 25, 2018   Hello donors! The end is in sight! The plaster work has been completed on Kalikasaran School and we have moved into the final stages of priming and painting. The three toilet Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH) structure as part of the Kalikasaran School has been completed with just the final landscaping touches to go before the 85 teachers and students of Kalikasaran School have access to safe drinking water and hygienic toilets. Landscaping continues for Kalikasaran playground to ensure a fun.... Read more

Rebuild a Secondary School for 250 Kids in Nepal - Aura Freedom International

We're moving to construction!

Apr 23, 2018   GOOD NEWS! Our community consultations, site analysis (including soil testing and environmental studies), and architectural design phase has officially come to an end. We are thrilled to say that we are now ready to move forward to CONSTRUCTION. Our brand-new school will be a reality in the near future! In order to maintain Aura Freedom's organizational mandate of SUSTAINABLE and JUST development, all construction activities will be carried out by local companies and trained individuals.... Read more

Help a Nepali child remain with a loving family - Nepal Youth Foundation (NYF)

Children can reach their full potential with loving families thanks to you!

Apr 20, 2018   While we’re proud of the high quality of the living environment at Olgapuri (NYF’s permanent children’s home which opened in 2016), we strive to keep children with their own families whenever possible. This is especially important in Nepal, where family is one of the highest values.  As such, NYF’s Kinship Care model focuses on providing financial support to extended family members who otherwise would not be able to keep an orphaned or abandoned child. With your.... Read more

Disaster Relief for Nepal - Global Reach International

Nepal Trip 2018

Apr 19, 2018   Nepal 2018   Each year board member Mike Cassidy travels to Nepal to check up on our projects and disburse funds. He travels to Nepal for three months. This year we donated $9100 to our projects throughout Nepal. We donated to two hospitals, two blind schools, a disabled children’s home, four orphanages, St. Debi’s Academy in Kathmandu, and the Rotary club of Nepal. The first week Mike traveled to Butwal where a Lions Club Hospital is located. Money was donated to give free eye.... Read more

Help us rebuild schools in Nepal - The Santi School Project

Round 2 of our teacher training program

Apr 17, 2018   As we begin to plan the second round of our teacher training program that emphasizes reading aloud to children, the feedback from our teachers has been very positive. But, of course, there is still room for improvement. Earlier this month, our new partner organization in Nepal, Kakshyalaya, (the name loosely translates into English as “inspiring classrooms”), met with teachers from the six schools in Kavre district who participated last year. They said that the new reading corners.... Read more

Bring Light to Isolated Villagers in Nepal - Karuna-Shechen

Growing Compassion in the Himalayas

Apr 16, 2018   Great news! Thanks to your support, 12 women from Nepal successfully completed Karuna-Shechen’s Solar Electrification Training this spring! Women from six remote, underserved villages travelled by bus to Kathmandu, where they spent two full weeks learning about electricity and solar panels, as well as how to use different tools, voltage detectors, wiring systems, and also how to repair solar sets. They learned skills, gained confidence, and each one received her certification..... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Education Fund for Girls - Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Teaching how to raise plants

Apr 12, 2018   Dear Friend, Greetings and thank you very much for your continuing support to our project providing education for girls coming from very poor families. This reporting period, the youth association of whom we capacitated to help implement our projects via their volunteers informed us that some of the girls and their families wanted to raise vegetables to augment their income and for their food needs. However they mentioned that they lack the space in their backyard to do this. In this way, we.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Low-cost Sanitation Initiative - Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Training on home-gardening

Apr 12, 2018   Dear Friend, Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project providing for low-cost sanitation to poor families affected by the earthquake. This reporting period, the youth association in Nepal whom we partnered with voiced the need for those whom we have assisted to provide them with a guide on how to implement small-scale home-gardens in order to improve their health and well-being. They are saying that the problem of sanitation is already responded to and there.... Read more

Girls: Better after quake - Visible Impact

Your support is going a long way

Apr 9, 2018   Did we tell you all that we just recently received funding from GlobalGiving to add psychosocial support component to our Girls: Better after quake program? What that means is that along with providing leadership support to our earthquake affected girls, we will now be providing them peer support and training on psychosocial support throughout the next year, and provide them with seed fund for entrepreneursip!! I hope you are as excited and happy as we are.  Also, the girls are.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Appeal: Two Years on - Child Rescue Nepal

Latest rescue and tackling traffickers through song

Apr 5, 2018   This latest report from our colleagues in Kathmandu brings good news of recent rescues and prevention work, as well as the ongoing need for school reconstruction work following 2015 Earthquakes.  Hostel rescue  In February we rescued two young children – a boy and a girl – from a hostel, following a tip off from a member of the public. We had to act fast as there was a very real risk that if the hostel owners knew there was a rescue planned, the children would disappear. We.... Read more

Safe to Grow, Protecting Nepali Children after EQ - Kidasha

Safe to Grow, protecting Nepali children

Apr 4, 2018   Thank you for supporting our Safe to Grow ProjectIt is estimated  that since the devastating earthquake, there are around 5000 children living on the streets in Nepal.  Almost two thirds of these children will have been spending time living on the streets since the age of ten, or younger. Street children will most likely have been pushed out of their homes by violence, parental poverty or family breakdown.On the street, these children face further abuse, including from tourists.... Read more

A Clean Solar Alternative to Kerosene Lamps, Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Supporting Chepang community with Solar lights

Apr 8, 2018   In Nepal, Chepang community is regarded as one of the marginalized communities. Chepang village, which lies in the northern side of Chitwan district, doesn’t have access to road, electricity, better health facilities nor quality education. The households of this area have to depend on kerosene lamp to do different household activities at night time. This has increased the risk of sight problems, indoor pollution, health problems and even fire in the house. Students are not able to study.... Read more

Support Nepal Earthquake Relief - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

WASH Support for a school in Dolakha

Apr 2, 2018   One of the recent support for earthquake affected schools in terms of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) includes infrastructure construction in Jalpadevi Basic School of Dolakha. The problem of water unavailability and proper facilities prevailed in the school even before the earthquake; however, it became more severe after the earthquake of 2015. Temporary toilets built after the earthquake provided short-term relief to the school. The necessity to have proper and sustainable facilities was.... Read more

Support Earthquake Victims in Nepal - Community Development Center Kathmandu, Nepal

The condition of the school is same as before.

Apr 2, 2018   Dear friends, Good Morning and Namaste! The condition of the school  Kalyan Higher Secondary School  is the same as before. The school class rooms have not been rebuilt yet. The students have been studying in   rooms without wall and doors shivering in cold. The teachers have been teaching in the open lawn too. The school head teacher told us that   the school managing committee has still been trying their best to find support   for new school building.... Read more

School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Improving Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) status in Sishu Shakshar School

Apr 2, 2018   ECCA recently constructed separate boys and girl friendly toilets in Shree Sishu Shakshar Basic School of Mechinagar -1, Jhapa. The school has 193 female students. Lack of proper toilets and water faciltiies had been problematic for both students and the teachers. The number of girls in this government school is much higher than boys. Due to lack of girl friendly toilet in the school, girl students have been facing comparatively much more adjustment problems during school time..... Read more

"Support-A-Child" Help Child Go To School & Study - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Stationery support for Orphanage Home Children

Apr 2, 2018   On February 14, 2018 (Valentine Day), ECCA provided stationery materials for children of Nawa Kiran Bal Ashram, a children home located in Lalitpur district. One hundred copies, several boxes of pencils, erasers and sharpners were provided to the children on that day. This children home has been supporting abandoned, orphan, destitute and other helpless children by providing shelter, education, medical care and vocational training so that they can be good and independent citizens. Currently, 55.... Read more

Ama Ghar Displaced Children Fund - The Ama Foundation

Education for Women - Laxmi's Story

Mar 28, 2018   Over and over again we learn lessons about the importance of education for our children. And as studies have proven, education for girls and young women is particularly powerful. According to UNESCO, "... a single year of primary education has shown to increase a girl's wages later in life by 20 percent. When 10 percent more women attend school, the GDP of the country increases by three percent on average. When women are provided with equal rights and equal access to education, they go on to.... Read more

Earthquake recovery in Sindupalchowk, Nepal - The Nepal Trust

Livelihood Support

Mar 27, 2018   Dear Friends and Supporters Winter at the high elevations of Sindupalchowk are cold and the heavy snow falls can make moving around difficult. Living in these conditions is problematic at the best of times but much more so having to survive in temporary homes after a devastating earthquake. The priority is to get livelihood support systems functioning again to provide food and financial support. The following report was prepared by our Communications officer, Anu Lama, and describes the work we.... Read more

Earthquake Relief Fund: Rebuild Chanaute's Clinic - Mindful Medicine Worldwide

Winter in Chanaute

Mar 26, 2018   Sterling Davis, one of our volunteers at the Chanaute clinic, shares her experience: Chanaute has a very interesting climate. It is in the foothills of the Himalayas, but there are tropical banana and papaya trees growing. It gets very cold at night, mid-forties in late December, early January. During this time I wore long underwear, fleece pants and jacket, and a hat. I also brought hand warmers, which were so nice after washing dinner dishes or face wash in the morning. I kept one.... Read more

Joining Together to Rebuild Nepal - Edge of Seven

Snapshots of Hope

Mar 23, 2018   Snapshots of Hope Traveling to Nepal (or any developing country for that matter) can often be seen in a series of pictures or images that we can look back on and learn from. The pictures can be symbols of need, progress or hope. On my recent return trip to Nepal to review work done by Edge of Seven I also had a series of images that were import in telling a story of the importance of girls’ education in fighting poverty. The first picture is from Salleri, Nepal in the Everest region of.... Read more

Relief rebuilding to 25 communities in Nepal - Tewa

SOMETHING BETTER FOR THE COMMUNITY

Mar 20, 2018   Natural Disaster has always brought difficult times to the community and it has always left women vulnerable to gender based violence, but however this type of violence is also linked to cultural stereotype and lack of knowledge as well. This was exactly the situation of women in Dharmasthali. They were far behind the knowledge of women issues and women rights. On July 2015 women gather in Dharmasthali to learn more about relief, services and about women's rights. Converting this gather into.... Read more

Providing Free Health Services to 10,000 Villagers - Real Medicine Foundation

"RMF CLINICIAN SAVES THE LIFE OF A SUPERSTITIOUS WOMAN"

Mar 13, 2018   Mina is a 48-year-old woman who was suffering from loose stools multiple times a day. Her condition was getting worse, as she had several episodes of vomiting too. Instead of visiting a local health facility or health professional, she and her family opted to call for a traditional healer, or “Dhami.” He offered sacred offerings to different gods and goddesses to satisfy them and drive the evil force away so that Mina’s condition would be better, but all the ceremonies were in.... Read more

Safe Water for Healthy Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Supporting 530 students get access to safe drinking water

Mar 5, 2018   Crescent Academy English School is a locally renowned school of Godawari, Lalitpur. However, with poor drinking water facilities and inadequate budget for their improvement, the school faculty had been struggling to provide sufficient water for the students who were often compelled to leave classes, go home early or fell sick due to consumption of impure water. After finding about the situation, ECCA stepped forward to help the school. ECCA's intervention in the school includes both hardware.... Read more

Help vulnerable families rebuild homes in Nepal - GoodWeave International

Taking a step back.

Feb 28, 2018   Dear GlobalGiver, As I’ve mentioned in previous reports, every project has its share of challenges. This project is no exception – for the last few months, restructuring on internal governance has slowed progress on construction of homes for weavers. The communities are still moving forward, having received the training they need to produce bricks and build homes. Each community still has around 7,000 bricks with which to support families in need. But new trainings have slowed while.... Read more

Holistic Rehabilitation for Post-Earthquake Nepal - IsraAID

Updates from our Nepal team and the communities they work with!

Feb 20, 2018   We are excited to share some updates from a busy few months in Nepal! The end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018 saw real progress for the communities IsraAID Nepal works with.  Theater program raising mental health issues continues: Our theater program continues, reaching remote regions affected by the earthquake. Speaking on issues of depression, suicide and mental health, these theater teams continued to spread awareness regarding these crucial issues facing many in Nepal and.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake : Support for remote communities - PHASE Nepal

Completion 70 km walking trail in Gorkha

Feb 20, 2018   PHASE Nepal has recently completed one of its major project called "Resilient Rehabilitation of trail project" in three earthquake affected villages in Gorkha namely Kashigau, Kerauja and Manbu. These villages are located significantly closed to the epicentre  of the Spring Earthquake 2015 and thus have suffured huge damage of live and properties during the earthquake. After the earthquake , the landslides induced by aftershocks and the following monsoon rainfall completely damaged the.... Read more

Health Post Funding in Nepal - GlobeMed at Tufts University

PHASE Health Post

Feb 20, 2018   We are happy to report that the recent bi-annual GlobeMed at Tufts trivia night raised over $200, all of which will go towards supporting the PHASE Health Post in Bichhya. Since July of 2017, we have raised almost $2, 700 and with your continued support we are on our way to reaching our fundraising goals for the 2017-2018 school year. With these funds, PHASE is able to continue to implement community health programs, as well as support an abundance of child and maternal health programs, such as.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake #1YearOn - Our Sansar

Happy ending

Feb 20, 2018   So our Dhading transit home project has come to an end. Together with the local government we made a decision to close down the project due to the lack of need and we will focus on other parts of Nepal.  We are still in touch with the children that we have helped so far and their families, and we will be continuing our educational and other support to those families that need it.  For the last 6 months or so, we ran a scaled down version of the project and worked in a collaboration.... Read more

Restore Schools-Restore Lives - Children's Medical Aid Foundation

Back to School with Backpacks

Feb 15, 2018   Dear Good Family & Friends, This year it has been a particularly cold winter here in Nepal. Somehow the villagers, especially the children, get through it chapped cheeks & all, smiles ever unperturbed. It's a spirit most endearing and heartwarming, wanting us to do all we can for them. Nearly three years after the Great Gurkha Earthquake of April 25, 2015, the central government has finally set a timeframe to rebuild our village schools. Hallelujah! As such, the schools principals have.... Read more

Building 10 classrooms for 500 students in Nepal. - The Small World

We are rising again with your continue support

Feb 14, 2018   The Small World is committed to ensure all the children are in classroom and complete the full cycle of education specially girls in remote villages of solukhumbhu. We have made significant progress in delivering safe learning space by completing 20 earthquake safe classrooms and benefiting nearly 1000 students. Your generosity has paved a road to education to every one of those 1000 students. Thank you for investing in the future of Nepalese children where they can now choose their.... Read more

Community resilience in Nepal - BRAC USA

Community healthcare builds resilience in Nepal

Feb 14, 2018   Nearly three years after an earthquake devastated Nepal, your contributions continue to make a meaningful impact. Although the initial shock is long past, the recovery process carries on. Over the past two years, BRAC’s work in Nepal has transitioned from meeting immediate response needs such as water, shelter, and medical response to building resilience in affected communities. Through programs that invest in the livelihoods of community members and integrate disaster preparedness.... Read more

Provide Helpdesks for Nepal Earthquake Survivors - Accountability Lab

Closing out our Earthquake Survivors Project

Feb 9, 2018   Community Meeting: Community Meeting have been conducted with locals, women’s group, returnees and those aspiring to do so along with ward officials.  These meetings were primarily a shared platform for locals to bring their problems to  a wider audience. In the last three months, Community Frontline Associated (CFAs) have conducted approximately 27 meetings which have been attended by about 1000 locals. The main objective these meetings are to connect locals to.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake: UNICEF Responds for Children - UNICEF USA

Thank you!

Feb 2, 2018   Dear Friend, Thank you for your support of UNICEF’s efforts after the 2015 earthquakes in Nepal. The devastation and loss of life impacted so many families, parents and children across the region. Thanks to the generosity of supporters like you, UNICEF was able to responded to critical health needs and restore essential health services in affected districts. In emergencies, UNICEF is there before, during and after a crisis. Building on its over 50-year presence in Nepal and a strong.... Read more

Earthquake Aid Nepal - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

Reconstruction in Nepal - Thank you for your help!

Jan 30, 2018   Dear Donors, The consequences of the devastating earthquakes of 25 April and 12 May 2015 are still visible in Nepal. The reconstruction projects of Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe are ongoing and showing progress. So far, Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe has provided more than 8.2 million euros for assistance in Nepal. So far, around 635,000 people have benefited from the measures.Never before had Nepalese people experienced a natural disaster of such magnitude: 8,500 people lost their lives and millions.... Read more

Help Rural Nepal Villages Rebuild and Recover - All Hands and Hearts

Update on Kalikasaran and Nibugaun!

Jan 25, 2018   Hello donors! Despite the bitter cold in Nepal right now, our teams are working hard to complete the Nibugaun Basic School and Kalikasaran Basic School. We additionally have taken on the task of retrofitting Dhauleshwori, a school we identified as being in real need of help and located close to Kalikasaran. This additional work will ensue that we are making the greatest impact on the students in the Sindhupalchowk community. At Kalikasaran the first floor brick work is close to being completed.... Read more

Help a Nepali child remain with a loving family - Nepal Youth Foundation (NYF)

Over 150 families have regained self-sufficiency thanks to your support

Jan 22, 2018   In 2015-2016 after two major earthquakes devastated much of Nepal and displaced thousands of families, NYF accepted 743 children into Earthquake Kinship Care.  With your help, of these 743 children able to remain safe with their parents or relatives through NYF’s Kinship Care program, over 150 families have regained self-sufficiency.  Nearly 600 families continue to receive support, including Anjali and her grandfather. Thirteen year old Anjali was one of the first children.... Read more

Rebuild a Secondary School for 250 Kids in Nepal - Aura Freedom International

Beyond classrooms and desks...

Jan 22, 2018   EDUCATION THROUGH A GENDER LENS Aura Freedom has begun an assessment of the school staff through a gender lens, so as to ensure that female students are able to learn in a safe and welcoming environment. We want to stress the importance of girls being able to attend a school that is non-oppressive and does not affirm harmful gender norms, but actually helps dismantle them. Nepal is a highly patriarchal society and girls are vulnerable to discrimination and marginalization at school.  We had.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Low-cost Sanitation Initiative - Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Local livelihood for a youth association

Jan 17, 2018   Dear Friend, Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project providing low-cost sanitation for earthquake survivors. This reporting period, we continue to engage a youth association who is our long-term partner in the country. Fund support has dwindled now not unlike the early days of the calamity and we are trying to seek strategies in order to continue our assistance. One of the means is to seek ways for the youth association to have their own livelihoods and we.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Education Fund for Girls - Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Continue providing technical support to a partner

Jan 17, 2018   Dear Friend, Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous donation to our initiative providing education support for girls affected by the earthquake. This reporting period we continue to provide technical assistance to our local partner the Visionary Youth Foundation so that they are able to access fund and manage their own projects. The youth association have the enthusiasm and they need hard core, practical support especially in the area of packaging a project proposal based on.... Read more

Bring Light to Isolated Villagers in Nepal - Karuna-Shechen

Bringing Light to More Remote Villages in Nepal

Jan 18, 2018   Dear Friends, It is with great pleasure that we send you Karuna-Shechen’s report on our Bring Light to Nepal Earthquake-Impacted Village campaign. Our goal was to train local women to install solar lighting systems in households in need, with a special focus on villages impacted by the two earthquakes that struck the country in 2015. Thanks to your generosity, as well as other donors’ year-end support, the first phase of the project has been funded! We are thrilled to share the.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Appeal: Two Years on - Child Rescue Nepal

There are still children that need our help...

Jan 8, 2018   Thank you so much for supporting the ongoing work of Child Rescue Nepal.  This latest report from our colleagues in Kathmandu brings good news of recent rescues and prevention work, as well as the ongoing need for school reconstruction work following 2015 Earthquakes. Two Rescues In November and December 2017 we rescued four young boys from a restaurant, and two boys from a helium balloon factory. All were undertaking dangerous work where they were working long hours for a few pence,.... Read more

Girls: Better after quake - Visible Impact

Girls demand investment in their leadership

Jan 8, 2018   Visible Impact is proud to share that with your generous support, we have been able to improve the lives of so many earthquake-affected girls in Nuwakot of Nepal. Visible Impact believes in beneficiary partnered innovation and keeps the girls development at the core of its programs. As such, our workshop models are girlsful, full of fun and hands on skills, so that the girls enjoy what they are learning, retain them and utilize them as important life skills. For eg: Last few months, we have done.... Read more

Safe to Grow, Protecting Nepali Children after EQ - Kidasha

Safe to Grow, protecting Nepali children

Jan 8, 2018   I would like to share with you a story about Sujan (not his real name) who is just 14. He should be living with his family and spending his days at school. Instead, he’s forced to live alone, miles from his loved ones, and work 12 hour days doing manual labour for meagre pay. Sujan came to Pokhara in search of work after the earthquake.In Nepal, the one ticket to a brighter future is education, but Sujan is trapped in a cycle of labour and poverty, unable to even write his own name. This.... Read more

A Clean Solar Alternative to Kerosene Lamps, Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Solar Tuki supporting education and lives of Chepang people

Jan 12, 2018   Solar tuki lamp provided by ECCA is contributing positively in 4 Chepang villages of Chitwan.    Monitoring visit conducted recently by ECCA revealed that the solar tuki lamps are helping Chepang children in their education and also in family's daily household activities. According to residents of Glauthok village, the tuki lamp has been one of the vital items in their household. Sharmila, a fifth grader at Shree Rastriya Primary School says the tuki lamp has been a night-friend for.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Relief and Recovery Fund - GlobalGiving

The latest on the recovery in Nepal

Jan 7, 2018   In April of 2015, Nepal suffered its most destructive earthquake in eight decades, killing nearly 9,000 people. It’s been more than two and a half years since the quake but the recovery process is still very much underway. Being one of the poorest countries in the world, with a quarter of its population living on only five cents a day, Nepal has very few resources to handle a disaster of this scale. While the earthquake affected almost 3 million people, children were perhaps impacted the.... Read more

Help us rebuild schools in Nepal - The Santi School Project

Grants to put books on library shelves

Jan 3, 2018   To help stock the library shelves at six schools participating in our read aloud training program, we’ve provided grants of 10,000 Nepali rupees (about $100) for each school. The funds, which each school will match with an equal amount of its own, will allow school administrators to purchase books for the upcoming academic year, replace lost or damaged titles and add to collections in their libraries and classrooms. The most economically disadvantaged of the participating schools, Jan.... Read more

Ama Ghar Displaced Children Fund - The Ama Foundation

Sabitra Finds a Home

Jan 3, 2018   First of all, thanks to all of our Global Giving donors who were so generous during the holiday season! The happy story you're about to hear came about because of you... we couldn't do what we do without you. After the earthquake, many people from Ramechamp, one of the areas most damaged by the earthquake, relocated near Ama Ghar in the green valleys around Godavari. We encourage our children and staff to be friends with our neighbors, and as a result, one of those new neighbors told us about a.... Read more

Shelters for 60 Earthquake (EQ) Survivors in Nepal - Civic Forum for Sustainable Development (CIVIC FORUM)

Report of Shelter for 60 Earthquake Survivors

Jan 2, 2018   Nepal Earthquake of 7.6 Richter scale which had the epicenter of Barpak Village of Gorkha District at 12:56 of Baishakh 12, 2072 (25th April, 2015) caused thousands of deaths and injuries and millions rupees of destruction. The aftershocks continued in the days to come as well. After 18 days of the mega earthquake, on 29th Baishak, 2072 (12th May, 2015) at 12:50 again an aftershock of 6.8 Richter scale striked Nepal which had the epicenter of Dolakha district. The quake affected many districts.... Read more

Relief rebuilding to 25 communities in Nepal - Tewa

THE REAL HEROES

Jan 2, 2018   Natural disasters are a part of life. All natural disaster cause loss in some way so was with the earthquake in 2015 in Nepal which caused loss of life and property resulting the effects on people's life, shelter, transportation, and livelihood and means to live. Despite the many losses Nepalis has shown amazing resilience. Nepalis have shown that they can rebuild, lives can be remade and start over again. However, trauma was a big effect after that earthquake. Tewa started working for.... Read more

Earthquake shocks Nepal - Journey Home Foundation

End of Year 2017!

Jan 2, 2018                                        2017   T H A N K  Y O U  Journey Home Foundation wants to thank all of you for helping us provide Community Medical Assistant (CMA) training for six grateful candidates. Six women, each from a remote Nepali village, are currently engaged in the program and are working as interns in the field. When they complete the next three months of.... Read more

Earthquake recovery in Sindupalchowk, Nepal - The Nepal Trust

Shiny Tin Roofs.

Dec 28, 2017   Shiny tin roofs are all over the earthquake areas. Much needed after the devastation that left whole villages and communities in ruins. They were only ever meant to be a temporary measure but are still very common almost 3 years after the earthquake. The following report by a new member of the Nepal Trust board and a Community Health professional, Sally Woodes Rogers, illustrates this problem but also notes the progress that we are making to improve livelihoods and future prospects. 'I know.... Read more

Support Earthquake Victims in Nepal - Community Development Center Kathmandu, Nepal

Happy New Year 2018

Jan 2, 2018   Dear friends, Good Morning and Namaste! On behalf of Community Development Center, Kathmandu Nepal (CDC Nepal) family. We would like to extend our "Heartiest greetings and best wishes to you and your family on the auspicious occasion of New Year 2018!" The condition of the school  Kalyan Higher Secondary School  is the same as before.The school class rooms have not been rebuilt yet. The students have been studying in   rooms without wall and doors shivering in cold.The.... Read more

Support Nepal Earthquake Relief - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

200 earthquake affected marginalized households supported with ICS

Jan 6, 2018   Earthquake aftershocks and the struggles of affected people, both have not left Nepalese people. As part of relief program, ECCA has been involved in the distribution of materials such as tents, water filters, first aid kit, stationaries for children etc. and also reconstruction of schools and WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) infrastructures. Dolakha is one of the most earthquake affected areas where 90% of the houses got destroyed. ECCA recently distributed improved cooking stove (ICS) to.... Read more

School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Materials Distributed to 5 remote schools

Jan 6, 2018   ECCA recently distributed WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) materials to 5 community schools of Dolakha district. The support included materials like water filter, filter stands, water bottles, dustbins, dustpans, first aid kits etc. ECCA has been working with school nature clubs and other school stakeholders for improving the school environment. The schools lacked basic needs such as water purification devices, sanitation materials, first aid kit. "Last month, one of our students met an.... Read more

"Support-A-Child" Help Child Go To School & Study - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

500 students get access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Materials

Jan 6, 2018   ECCA recently distributed WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) materials to 5 community schools of Dolakha district. The support included materials like water filter, filter stands, water bottles, dustbins, dustpans, first aid kits etc. ECCA has been working with school nature clubs and other school stakeholders for improving the school environment. The schools lacked basic needs such as water purification devices, sanitation materials, first aid kit. "Last month, one of our students met an.... Read more

Joining Together to Rebuild Nepal - Edge of Seven

Seasons Greetings from Edge of Seven

Dec 22, 2017   We are so excited to continue our work on projects in Nepal. We are right now working on building our 2018 plan (can't believe it's almost 2018!) and are excited about work that is getting ready to commence in the Solukhumbu. Planning with The Small World (our on-the-ground partner) is happening now to build another set of classrooms at the Ramailo Jyoti School near Salleri, Nepal. This site was one of the most damaged after the 2015 earthquakes and we've worked here before, building classrooms..... Read more

Protect 500 Vulnerable Women and Children in Nepal - The Advocacy Project

The final report on our Nepal earthquake appeal

Dec 18, 2017   The ninth and final report on our earthquake appeal in Nepal By Iain Guest - Project Leader This is the final report on our appeal for three marginalized communities that were affected by the devastating 2015 earthquake. The appeal has generated $27,106 through 262 donations and is now close to reaching our original target ($30,000). Our plan is to retire the appeal early in 2018 and launch three new appeals for our Nepali partners, whose work is more relevant than ever. We hope you will stay.... Read more

Earthquake Relief Fund: Rebuild Chanaute's Clinic - Mindful Medicine Worldwide

Chanauti Clinic gets a Special Mural

Dec 14, 2017   As you, our donors know, we began work on a new Health Clinic in Chanauti after the earthquake in 2015 destroyed the exisiting clinic. We resumed volunteer acupuncture treatments in a makeshift temporary clinic over a year ago. Both volunteers and patients were incredibly courageous to work and get treatment in a drafty and somewhat cool space while they patiently waited for the new clinic. This year volunteers began work in the new clinic and last month, it got a beautiful.... Read more

Providing Free Health Services to 10,000 Villagers - Real Medicine Foundation

"RMF CLINICIAN MAKES HOUSE CALLS AND TREATS ELDERLY PATIENT"

Dec 12, 2017   Chinta is an 89-year-old woman residing in the steep hills of Arupokhari, Nepal. As winter approaches, her health has been affected by the dropping temperatures. Because Chinta is very old and cannot move about, she was suffering from severe respiratory illness. She was living alone, with nobody in the house to take care of her. A neighbor informed RMF’s clinic staff about the elderly woman. After learning of Chinta’s situation, RMF Clinical Officer Bishnu Prasad Sharma traveled to.... Read more

Safe Water for Healthy Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Refresher Training on Nature Club Management and WASH

Dec 17, 2017   ECCA conducted Refresher Training on Nature Club management and WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) from November 22 - December 2, 2017. Nature clubs from 20 schools of Lalitpur and Kavre districts took part in the training that brought together newly elected nature club representatives to focus on different issues of water, sanitation and hygiene. All the participating nature clubs have been supported by ECCA to work in school and community level for safe drinking water, sanitation and.... Read more

Help vulnerable families rebuild homes in Nepal - GoodWeave International

Expressions of Gratitude

Dec 1, 2017   Dear GlobalGiver, Last week, I celebrated Thanksgiving with my family in the U.S. As we gathered, everyone took a moment to express gratitude – to show what we were thankful for over the past year, and to share our hopes for the year to come. For my part, I am grateful for the continued incredible support I see from the GlobalGiving community. With your help, GoodWeave has been able to change lives for so many vulnerable children and families in Nepal. As mentioned in the previous report,.... Read more

Disaster Relief for Nepal - Global Reach International

Nepal Project Report

Nov 22, 2017   Global Reach International will be leaving for Nepal in January 2018. Mike Cassidy, board member will be living in Nepal from January through March. He will be reporting back on all the project reports from the past two years. Global Reach has been collecting funds and will be distributing them during Mike’s trip in Nepal. We have produced a video of our progress from the last two years. Please click on link below to view out earthquake video. Videos were produced, filmed, and edited by.... Read more

Community resilience in Nepal - BRAC USA

Pay It Forward

Nov 22, 2017   For Anu and many Nepalese, the series of disasters that began in 2015 with the major earthquake seem to never end. Nepal, where a quarter of the population lives under five cents a day, is rebuilding amid political instability, natural disaster shocks, economic challenges, and social problems. But only five percent of houses have been rebuilt, leaving 800,000 families with homes in shambles. Anu’s education was interrupted when she was in grade 12. Her family could not afford the tuition.... Read more

Holistic Rehabilitation for Post-Earthquake Nepal - IsraAID

News from IsraAID Nepal

Nov 21, 2017   Flood Response Barely two years after the 2015 earthquake that rocked Nepal, the south of this small Himalayan Nation experienced major floods and landslides, affecting six million people in 18 districts. The fast water washed away thousands of houses and permanently damaged farm land, food stocks and water infrastructure. More than 120 people have lost their lives, and many more are still missing. The most affected are often already marginalized and impoverished communities,.... Read more

Health Post Funding in Nepal - GlobeMed at Tufts University

PHASE Nepal-GlobeMed at Tufts Global Giving Report

Nov 21, 2017   Thanks in part to your donations, PHASE’s health posts have substantially increased availability to necessary health services in rural areas like Bichhya. The organization continues to provide immunization, maternal support, health education programs, and care for health concerns ranging from injuries to pneumonia. PHASE was recently recognized for their incredible work in far-western Nepal (in areas near the Bichhya health post) with the Else Kröner Fresenius Award for.... Read more

Restore Schools-Restore Lives - Children's Medical Aid Foundation

Training Teachers

Nov 16, 2017   Namaste & Hello all Big-hearted People of the World! On the weekend of, October 27-28th, by the sponsorship of Daya Foundation (a Nepal-based NGO focused on the development of education, health, and preservation of indigenous culture) a training seminar for the principals and teachers of our five Naya Gaon village schools was held.  There were teachers from four other schools of the neighboring rural areas also participating.  The two-day program was held in the hillside town of.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake #1YearOn - Our Sansar

New addition to the family

Nov 6, 2017   Our Dhading project got scaled down now as there are not so many children in the district that need emergency support, which is fantastic. We are working with one children's home over there and are employing one member of staff to manage any urgent cases together with the local government.  One of the recent children that needed our support was a street boy from Dhading. We looked after him for a few weeks in Dhading and tried placing him with a children's home in that area as he has no.... Read more

Help Rural Nepal Villages Rebuild and Recover - All Hands and Hearts

All Hands is back to work in Nepal!

Oct 30, 2017   Hello donors! Monsoon season in Nepal has ended which allows us to get right back to work helping communities in need following the 2015 Nepal Earthquake disaster. As mentioned in our last report, we have completed eight school rebuilds in the past two years, allowing thousands of children to return to school and benefitting students for years to come. We have just started to welcome volunteers back to Nepal to work on our two newest school rebuilds in the Sindhupalchowk district. We will be.... Read more

Restore Schools-Restore Lives - Children's Medical Aid Foundation

Little Sujita

Oct 26, 2017   Namaste! from Kathmandu, During this hiatus from our work in Naya Gaon village, I would like to take this opportunity to report on an observation I made regarding a little school girl in Bindabesini Primary School. Her name is Sujita. I first met her two years ago, some time before the Great Earthquake of 2015, as she was toddling her way to school through the morning fog. She perhaps was a little more than three years old. While her schoolmates were dressed in uniform, Sujita was basically in.... Read more

Earthquake Aid Nepal - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

Nepal Reconstruction goes on

Oct 25, 2017   Dear supporters, two years after the earthquake in Nepal we want to close this project. Thank you so much that you supported our work so far. We invite you to look after the other projects which we are running here on GlobalGiving. I want to end with a positive story from Sugu, living in Nepal: The 52-year-old Sugu  lives with her two daughters in Arubot, in the Nepalese district of Lalitpur. Since the death of her husband, Sugu feeds the family alone. When her house was destroyed by the.... Read more

Help a Nepali child remain with a loving family - Nepal Youth Foundation (NYF)

600+ Families Remain Together Thanks to You!

Oct 25, 2017   Samiksha’s home was devastated by the 2015 earthquakes. Since then, she has been living in a hut withher mother, stepfather, and younger brother. They have a small plot of land for farming, but it is hardly enough to feed the family so the parents are also wage laborers in the village. With a destroyed home and an unpredictable family income, Samiksha could have been forced to abandon her education, trafficked into labor or worse, or sent to a substandard orphanage far from home..... Read more

Rebuild a Secondary School for 250 Kids in Nepal - Aura Freedom International

The students of Shree Bhumimata School

Oct 25, 2017   The 225+ students of Shree Bhumimata School are underprivileged children of the surrounding community of Chalal Ganesthan.  There are approximately 125 girls and 100 boys currently enrolled in the school, which accommodates Grades 1-10. Our goal is to make sure these children complete school. Rebuilding the damaged classrooms, offices and library will ensure they have a safe place to learn. Most of the children (90%) come from the Tamang tribe and more than half of them belong to families.... Read more

Restore Schools-Restore Lives - Children's Medical Aid Foundation

Monsoon Meddling

Oct 20, 2017   The monsoon rains are finally gone this season. In the flatlands south of Kathmandu excessive flooding during the monsoon season destroyed farmlands and claimed lives of humans and livestock. The highlands, where our coffee farm and village schools are situated, fared a lot better. Washed out roads and landslides interfered with completing our carpet program. After four dry days we spoke with the principal of Dualpeshore Elementary School to access the possibility of delivering carpets to all.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Education Fund for Girls - Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Continue expanding contacts

Oct 19, 2017   Dear Friend, Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project supporting poor girls who are studing and affected by the earthquake. One of the major problems we are facing with this initiative is the lack of contacts with the beneficiary schools we have supported during the early days of the earthquake. So in this regard, we continue to expand our contacts with local and international NGO's working in Nepal. We are also re-establishing contacts with the Filipino.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Low-cost Sanitation Initiative - Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Rainwater harvesting

Oct 19, 2017   Dear Friend, Warm greetings and thank you very much for your kind donation to this project supporting those affected by the earthquake in Nepal. We got feedback from the field of the need to harvest rainwater especially in communities where water is scarce or difficult to carry in hills in water containers. This is disadvantageous and a heavy burden for women and children who are often tasked to do this difficult job. In order to provide solution to this, we provided our partner in Nepal with.... Read more

Re-establish a Healthcare Infrastructure in Nepal - One Heart World-Wide

Final Project Report

Oct 17, 2017   The ‘Re-establish a Healthcare Infrastructure in Nepal’ project accomplished a great deal in Nepal following the devastating 2015 earthquake.  One Heart World-Wide (OHW) was among the very first organizations on the ground after the April 25, 2015 disaster. The 7.8 magnitude quake, also known as the Gorkha earthquake, killed nearly 9,000 people and injured nearly 22,000. More than two million people lost their homes, and entire villages – particularly near the epicenter.... Read more

A Clean Solar Alternative to Kerosene Lamps, Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Solar Tuki- A Boost for Education Improvement in rural Nepal

Oct 16, 2017   Solar tuki lamp distributed in Morang back in June is helping the students in their education.  Prerana, a grade 10 student, reveals how the solar tuki lamp is affecting her education. "The solar tuki lamp has been a great help at night. In the day time, we charge them at school and at night, we can study after the household chores are over." "Solar tuki lamp has definitely been a boost for our education", says the Principal of Shree Sagma Secondary School. This solar PV based technology is.... Read more

Bring Light to Isolated Villagers in Nepal - Karuna-Shechen

"Bring Light to Nepal Village" Project Update

Oct 13, 2017   Dear Friends, It is with great pleasure that I send you Karuna-Shechen’s progress report on our Bring Light to Nepal Earthquake-Impacted Village campaign. Our goal is to train local village women to install solar lighting systems in 104 households in need, thereby benefiting over 500 people. Thanks to your generosity, we are on our way, and we are already seeing the impact! Sushila's family is one of the recipients of a solar home lighting set. We asked her what difference it has.... Read more

Safe to Grow, Protecting Nepali Children after EQ - Kidasha

Safe to Grow, protecting Nepali children after EQ

Oct 13, 2017   At kidasha, we continue to focus on protecting the most vulnerable Nepali children from absue and exploitation and we provide these excluded children with opportunities to help their personal development.We are currently working with Sanjay (not his real name) at our shelter, who is only 11 years and has already been living on the street for two years.  Sanjay's mother left the family, when he was very young and his father remarried.  Their village was destroyed by the earthquake and.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Appeal: Two Years on - Child Rescue Nepal

Keeping children safe after the Earthquake

Oct 12, 2017   Thank you so much for supporting the ongoing work of Child Rescue Nepal.  We have just received this update from our colleagues in Kathmandu that demonstrates how, in the aftermath of the Earthquake, we are working to prevent the trafficking of very vulnerable children in Nepal.  School Reconstruction  According to the Disaster Report in  2015, more than 5,000 schools were damaged by the massive earthquake in 2015 in Nepal. Across the Makwanpur District 747 school.... Read more

Relief rebuilding to 25 communities in Nepal - Tewa

AGE IS NOT A BAR TO WORK FOR THE SOCIETY

Oct 10, 2017   At Ramechhap there is a small community of Majhi. Majhi indigenous are one of the indigenous communities categorized under the highly marginalized category in Nepal.They have been residing alongside of the banks of the river and streams, make living fishing and ferrying people across Rivers. There are almost about 0.025% of Majhi living in Ramechhap out of total population of district and almost all are nearby Tamakoshi River or in the bank of Tamakoshi. Most of the Majhi group is illiterate.... Read more

School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

New Girl Friendly Toilet in Dolakha

Oct 14, 2017   Namdu is one of the villages of Dolakha district that was severely affected by the earthquake of 2015. This village lies 135 kilometers far from Kathmandu valley (5 to 6 hours travel from Kathmandu) and supports a huge range of people belonging to different ethnic groups. ECCA has been working in several schools of the village since a year.  Jalpadevi Basic School, lying in Namdu village, is one of the schools that needs improvement in WASH (Water, sanitation and hygiene) sector. The.... Read more

Support Nepal Earthquake Relief - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Supporting 12 students of rural school with books

Oct 18, 2017   Shree Palanchok Bhagwati Secondary School of Panchkhal Municipality-09, Kavrepalanchok is one of the schools lying in earthquake affected regions of Nepal. Even before the earthquake, the students did not have easy learning environment. With only 152 students, the school has many students from low economic background, who have been struggling to attend school. Parents often engage their children in agricultural works now and then, as support to the family. According to the locals, children.... Read more

Girls: Better after quake - Visible Impact

We are growing bigger !!

Oct 9, 2017   Last year, with your support we were able to deliver leadership mentorship to 15 girls of Kharanitar village of Nepal, which was damaged by earthquake. This year, nine girls among them have become community leaders and will lead a new cohort of another nine girls added to the family. We are not only getting bigger but also better because this year has more tailored approaches of mentorship, more frequent sessions with the girls, a new social mobilizer on board with experiene of working in.... Read more

"Support-A-Child" Help Child Go To School & Study - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Supporting 12 students of rural school with books

Oct 14, 2017   Shree Palanchok Bhagwati Secondary School of Panchkhal Municipality-09, Kavrepalanchok is one of the schools lying in earthquake affected regions of Nepal. Even before the earthquake, the students did not have easy learning environment. With only 152 students, the school has many students from low economic background, who have been struggling to attend school. Parents often engage their children in agricultural works now and then, as support to the family. According to the locals, children.... Read more

Shelters for 60 Earthquake (EQ) Survivors in Nepal - Civic Forum for Sustainable Development (CIVIC FORUM)

Report of Shelter for 60 Earthquake Survivors

Oct 4, 2017   Nepal Earthquake of 7.6 Richter scale which had the epicenter of Barpak Village of Gorkha District at 12:56 of Baishakh 12, 2072 (25th April, 2015) caused thousands of deaths and injuries and millions rupees of destruction. The aftershocks continued in the days to come as well. After 18 days of the mega earthquake, on 29th Baishak, 2072 (12th May, 2015) at 12:50 again an aftershock of 6.8 Richter scale striked Nepal which had the epicenter of Dolakha district. The quake affected many districts.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Relief and Recovery Fund - GlobalGiving

These Amazing Women Are Rebuilding Nepal

Oct 5, 2017   Dear Supporter, Rita thanks you. Devaka thanks you. And Sanu thanks you. Your decision to support locally driven nonprofits is having a lasting impact in their lives. I traveled to Nepal in July to visit with Nepalese leaders on the front line of long-term disaster recovery efforts. In the aftermath of any disaster, women disproportionately suffer, and it is no different in Nepal. But my visit left me with hope. Because of supporters like you, women are also at the center of rebuilding.... Read more

Kathmandu Child Trauma Management Centre - ChoraChori

Milan's story

Oct 3, 2017   ChoraChori-Nepal refuge staff member Sujit Thapa remembers all too well how Milan (name changed) was on his first day after we repatriated him from India. Sujit says "He was a loner who looked very scared and traumatised, speaking to no one and not answering any questions. He was also very aggressive and attacked staff members several times. It was very difficult to manage him". Milan became particularly aggressive if anyone asked him about his home or family. However after spending time in the.... Read more

Support Earthquake Victims in Nepal - Community Development Center Kathmandu, Nepal

All School are Closed for big Hindu festival Dashian Holidays

Oct 4, 2017   Dear Friends/ donors, Good morning and lots of Namaste to you all.  Today again  I would like to share among  you all  a new  report  about  Kalyan Higher Secondary School Nuwakot. We are sorry to tell you that The condition of the school still is the same as before. The school class rooms have not been rebuilt yet.   The students have been studying in   rooms without wall and doors shivering in cold. The teachers have  still  been.... Read more

Build educational center for 100 children in Nepal - Himalayan Life Switzerland

Hand carried 40 tons of boulders

Oct 2, 2017   Dear Himalayanlife family, friends and supporters, Just bevor the onset of the monsoon rains in July, the construction of the sports field was completed. The size of the field is 110ft x 32ft. All the work has been done manually, as we do not have access with bulldozers to the building site. This includes: Leveling the field Laying a bed of fist-sized boulders Pouring 3 inches of concrete over the boulder bed To this end, Some 40 tons of boulders were hand carried from the river to the.... Read more

Earthquake recovery in Sindupalchowk, Nepal - The Nepal Trust

Resilience.

Oct 2, 2017   The devastating earthquake of 25 April 2015, and subsequent huge aftershocks, destroyed whole communities. Thousands died and hundreds of thousands were left homeless. Unfortunately, the government was ill prepared to deal with such a monumental disaster and the subsequent response was very slow. The government have now made it a mandatory requirement to form Local Disaster Management Committees in all VDCs. Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) committees have now been formed in each ward as a first.... Read more

Ama Ghar Displaced Children Fund - The Ama Foundation

A World Has Opened Up for Alisha

Sep 29, 2017   Alisha and her little sister Nirjala came to us as a result of the 2015 earthquakes, when they were age 8 (Alisha) and 7 (Nirjala). As we got to know Alisha better, we were puzzled by the fact that this obviously intelligent little girl was not speaking well - even the other children couldn't really understand what she was saying - but her younger sister was speaking quite clearly. All of our children have some degree of post traumatic stress disorder when they come to Ama Ghar because of the.... Read more

Safe Water for Healthy Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

10 Water Filters Supported to Shree Palanchowk Bhagwati Secondary School

Sep 20, 2017   ECCA recently supported Shree Palanchok Bhagwati Secondary School of Panchkhal Municipality-09, Kavrepalanchok to improve its safe drinking water faciltiy by providing 10 stainless steel body water filters, each fitted with silver colloidal Tulip ceramic candles (capable of removing microbes and protozoas). The school has 152 students studying from Montessori to class 12. Previously, the school was not able to provide disinfected drinking water for the school students during school.... Read more

Earthquake shocks Nepal - Journey Home Foundation

Vocational and Hygiene training

Sep 18, 2017   Namaste,  We are very happy to update you with our activities being conducted in the past three months in Dharche rural municipality, Gorkha. We held many activities during this period which we will be sharing with you.  Our campaign started with hygiene camp conducted in collaboration with American Pacific Angel. During this seven day camp, we conducted free health check-ups and provided knowledge regarding the importance of personal hygiene and environment sanitation. The.... Read more

Help us rebuild schools in Nepal - The Santi School Project

Reading aloud is making a difference

Sep 14, 2017   Since April, with the start of a new academic year in Nepal, students in 30 classrooms at six government schools in Kavre District have been able to use book corners (shelves, tables, carpets, cushions and of course Nepali children’s literature) all provided by the Santi School Project with a grant from GlobalGiving. Selected teachers, parents and administrators from each school attended training this winter designed to use children’s books to encourage literacy development. After.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Food Security Initiative - Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Continue with vegetable seed production

Sep 13, 2017   Dear Friend, Greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project providing food security support for poor families affected by the earthquake. I am happy to inform you that this project is one of the best we have implemented because it is easy for the beneficiaries and it provides them with food in the very short term as some vegetables mature and can be harvested in 3-4 weeks time. Preparing the vegetable plots, making organic fertilizer, planting the seeds and taking.... Read more

Provide Helpdesks for Nepal Earthquake Survivors - Accountability Lab

Citizen Helpdesks, an update!

Sep 12, 2017   Update on activities Eight issues of the Citizen Help Desk Bulletin on different migration and reconstruction issues have been published. Open Migration Perception Survey was conducted in April with 400 respondents. We carried out a survey around migration accountability in four of the most earthquake-affected districts of Nepal over the past three months. From the survey, we discovered that many of the worst problems related to migration stem from a lack of information about the process,.... Read more

Providing Free Health Services to 10,000 Villagers - Real Medicine Foundation

"For everyone's good, I gave up drinking"

Sep 14, 2017   The future is unknown to everyone. Aita, a 55-year-old man from Shulikot Rural Municipality Ward-7, a neighboring village of Arupokhari, was brought to the RMF Health Clinic in an unconscious state. When investigating the patient’s history, he was said to have gone to Gorkha Bazar and fallen on the way home. He had been unconscious since his fall. The family learned that Aita was lying unconscious a couple of hours after the incident. They went to the place, and as there are no health.... Read more

Building 10 classrooms for 500 students in Nepal. - The Small World

Returning back to classroom after earthquake

Sep 5, 2017   In 2015 April when the earthquake struck Muskan’s village, her life was changed. She survived the massive disaster, but her road to recovery will be a long one. Like Muskan for so many girls living in underserved Himalayan communities in Nepal, going to school is a bright spot in her life. The opportunity to learn and be with friends gives girls hope for the future and a chance at a better life. But Muskan’s school was destroyed by the earthquake and her educational dreams came.... Read more

Help vulnerable families rebuild homes in Nepal - GoodWeave International

A Success Story

Sep 1, 2017   Dear Global Giver, For the past several weeks in Washington, DC, we have been hit with large thunderstorms. As thunder claps and rain pounds the concrete, I find myself deeply grateful for the solid roof over my head. For so many families in Nepal, a torrential downpour still means hours of trying to stay dry in a corrugated tin structure. It means leaks onto floors made of tarpaulin, because two years after the earthquake many families still do not have the means to build their own homes. But.... Read more

Disaster Relief for Nepal - Global Reach International

Projects in Nepal

Aug 29, 2017   Global Reach International is still supporting efforts in Nepal for Earthquake relief. All of our projects have been affected by the earthquake that happened over two years ago. We still continue to support projects in Nepal. Below are the projects and pictures our latest efforts in helping people in Nepal. - St Devi Academy's school and home received a $1000 delivery of rice and pulses from us when they were in need of help this late spring - The rebuilding of the 2015 earthquake-destroyed.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake - The dZi Foundation

Final Report - Sishu Primary School Construction

Aug 25, 2017   We are pleased to inform you that construction of the 8-classroom Sishu Primary School in the extremely remote village of Maheswhori, Nepal has been completed. Thanks to your very generous support, 219 students are studying in safe, light, and clean classrooms today.  We have prepared a full donor report with photographs and detailed financials, and have attached it below. Please let us know if you have any questions or would prefer to have the report in a different format.  Once.... Read more

Holistic Rehabilitation for Post-Earthquake Nepal - IsraAID

IsraAID Nepal responding to the floods

Aug 23, 2017   Severe floods following the monsoon Hundreds of thousands of Nepalese citizens are affected by the recent floods and landslides triggered by incessant rainfall in several districts across Nepal. On August 17, IsraAID’s 15-person First Response and Assessment team deployed to flood affected areas in the Terai, Nepal's south. Six million people across 17 districts have been affected by the floods, including 120 dead and 35 unaccounted for. Dangerous flooding remains in many areas, and the.... Read more

Community resilience in Nepal - BRAC USA

Disaster response and recovery in Nepal

Aug 23, 2017   Since a series of earthquakes devastated the country in 2015, Nepal has endured one hardship after another. In a country where a full quarter of its people lives on less than fifty cents a day, and frequent natural disasters result in high food prices, loss of life, and a crumbling infrastructure, just five percent of all houses damaged by the earthquakes have been rebuilt — and 800,000 families remain vulnerable. Last week, monsoon rains deluged the country, flooding rural areas.... Read more

Give the Gift of Education in Nepal - International Disaster Volunteers (IDV)

Over two years and 2,200 children helped

Aug 17, 2017   Thanks so much for helping to Give the Gift of Education to over 2,200 children in Nepal. In our last report we described how we were starting to handover work to local partners, after completing some final projects with our international volunteers. That handover is now complete and, as a result, we’ll soon be closing down this education based project on GlobalGiving. I’ll return to that in a moment but first I wanted to reflect on everything you’ve helped us to achieve. Our.... Read more

Protect 500 Vulnerable Women and Children in Nepal - The Advocacy Project

Eighth update from Nepal

Aug 7, 2017   Eighth Update from Nepal By Iain Guest - Project Leader I am delighted to report back on how we are using your generous donation to this important appeal, which we launched in June 2015 following the devastating earthquake in Nepal. This is our eighth report. Much has happened since we were last in touch. Goals and beneficiaries. Our aim is to support and empower three highly disadvantaged groups - children who work in the brick factories; village women at risk from uterine prolapse; and wives.... Read more

Help Rural Nepal Villages Rebuild and Recover - All Hands and Hearts

Eight Earthquake-Resilient Schools Completed!

Aug 4, 2017   Hello Donors! All Hands Volunteers is incredibly proud to say that we have completed eight schools since 2015 in the Nuwakot and Sindhupolchok districts of Nepal. That's 58 classrooms, 30 toilet and hygiene stations, and multiple water filtration systems designed to provide safe, clean and comfortable spaces for children to learn. As monsoon season is currently in full force our teams on the ground are taking time off to prepare for the next phase of school builds in Nuwakot and Sindhupolchok..... Read more

Health Post Funding in Nepal - GlobeMed at Tufts University

Project Report

Aug 23, 2017   GlobeMed at Tufts is partnered with PHASE (Practical Help Achieving Self-Empowerment), which is an NGO that works to reduce poverty on a sustainable basis in remote Himalayan regions of Nepal through integrated programs in healthcare, education, and livelihood. Established in 2006, PHASE has been working to address the needs of these remote communities through a practical and people-centered approach. GlobeMed at Tufts has specificially been funding a health outpost in Bichhya, Bajura, in.... Read more

Help a Nepali child remain with a loving family - Nepal Youth Foundation (NYF)

Will you support our Youth Week Campaign?

Aug 7, 2017   We are emailing to let you know about our Youth Week Campaign on GlobalGiving. International Youth Day is Saturday, August 12th, and GlobalGiving is celebrating our work for an entire week from August 7th-12th, providing matching funds and bonus prizes! During this week, Nepal Youth Foundation will be focused on building support for our projects in Nepal that educate, shelter, nourish and empower youth to be all they can be. Will you help? One-Time Donation Match: One-time contributions made at.... Read more

Rebuild a Secondary School for 250 Kids in Nepal - Aura Freedom International

A New Collaboration for Better Building

Jul 28, 2017   Aura Freedom is excited to announce a collaboration with Architects Without Borders (Architecture Sans Frontiers - "ASF") in Nepal. ASF Nepal will act as technical assistants and contribute their expertise in architecture, engineering and anti-seismic building to this project. Given the ever-present risk of earthquakes in Nepal, anti-seismic planning is extremely important and we are very fortunate to have ASF Nepal on our team. ASF Nepal will contribute all of this without charging any.... Read more

Earthquake Aid Nepal - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

Help by the reconstruction

Jul 26, 2017   The consequences of the devastating earthquakes of 25 April and 12 May 2015 are still visible in Nepal. The reconstruction projects of the Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe run and show progress. So far, Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe has provided more than 8.2 million euros for aid in Nepal. Approximately 635,000 people have benefited from these measures.Never before had the people in Nepal experienced a natural disaster of this magnitude: 8,500 people lost their lives and millions became homeless..... Read more

Relief rebuilding to 25 communities in Nepal - Tewa

MEN AND WOMEN TWO WHEELS OF THE SAME CART

Jul 26, 2017   MEN AND WOMEN TWO WHEELS OF THE SAME CART It is already 23 months that we are working at Sindhupalchowk after the massive destruction by an earthquake 2015. During this period our Shadow Barefoot Volunteers have done different software and hardware works, out of which the women group formation, was one of those. Our Shadow Barefoot Volunteers when entered the village and motivated Dalit women to come out of their home and learn more, then they got inspired. In the initial phase even these women.... Read more

Joining Together to Rebuild Nepal - Edge of Seven

The future of economic development in Nepal

Jul 24, 2017   Watching your child take their first steps is a gratifying experience to say the least. It is an inspiring, hopeful, proud moment for many parents. Or imagine the school play, a home run, a touchdown, or a promotion at work. The milestones in our lives such as these are important and range from immense to miniscule — regardless, celebrating them is important to confidence and hope for the future. The parallel in the NGO world is seeing a program start to take shape. For Edge of Seven,.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake : Support for remote communities - PHASE Nepal

Jasmaya rejoices construction of drinking water scheme

Jul 24, 2017     Jasmaya, a 50 year old woman, resident of Wamrang tole I ward-8 of Baramche VDC is blind. Being blind life was not easy for her and after the earthquake there were more miseries. Firstly she had to live in temporary shelter to which she was not accustomed to. Secondly it had become difficult for her to do her daily chores. There are 20 HHs in Wamrang tole with a population of 105. Most of the households in the tole belong to indigenous Tamang community. After the earthquake PHASE Nepal.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Education Fund for Girls - Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Expanding contacts in order to support more girls

Jul 24, 2017   Dear Friend, Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our initiative providing support for poor girls affected by the earthquake. Our strategy since the start of our initiative is to link-up with local organizations working in Nepal since they know best the situation and the bulk of your donation will go to where it is most needed. It is our opportunity to come in contact with partners working with other organizations and who are willing to support us on their personal.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Low-cost Sanitation Initiative - Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Sharing of best practices

Jul 24, 2017   Dear Friend, Warm greetings and thank you very much for your kind support to our project to provide assistance to poor families affected by the earthquake. This reporting period our staff have the opportunity to exchange ideas and learn from experts working on sanitation after the earthquake in Nepal during an Asian workshop held in Tacloban City and organized by the German WASH Network. One important knowledge is the sharing of low-cost sanitary pads that is used during emergencies and.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Appeal: Two Years on - Child Rescue Nepal

School reconstruction work near completion but halted for monsoon season

Jul 19, 2017   School Reconstruction After the massive earthquake in 2015 in Nepal, EBMF committed to rebuild 22 community schools in Makwanpur district.  Out of 22 schools reconstruction, 17 are already completed as reported in April 2017.  Reconstruction work has been done in co-ordination with the District Education Office (DEO) and approval of Nepal Reconstruction Authority (NRA). In the reconstruction plan, EBMF supported classroom construction, toilet construction, drinking water, fencing,.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake #1YearOn - Our Sansar

Looking forward to the future

Jul 28, 2017   There have been a lot of recent changes within the Nepali system and decentralisation of power is starting. That means that any decisions are to be made at a village level rather than district level as it is at the moment. For our project in Dhading it means that there is not so much need anymore for a transit home as all village committees will have responsibility to look after the children and cannot send any children to other towns.  So after evaluating the project we decided to scale it.... Read more

Re-establish a Healthcare Infrastructure in Nepal - One Heart World-Wide

Building a Network of Safety to save lives

Jul 19, 2017   By the time we finally made it to our destination, a small village in the Thokarpa VDC in Sindhupalchowk district, after a five hour drive from Nepal’s capital Kathmandu, followed by another hour and a half walk through the remote mountainous trails, it was almost noon. Our team of four were traveling to this remote village to meet Indira, 23, who had delivered a son at the health post four days ago.  This was her second child. Her first child had been born premature several days.... Read more

Post-Earthquake Disaster Recovery in Nepal - Peace Winds America

Nepal Projects Are Now Complete

Jul 20, 2017   With Gratitude for Your Support, PWA Is Closing Our Nepal Recovery Projects PWA's recovery projects in Nepal are now complete; together we have achieved our goals. Following the 2015 earthquakes, Peace Winds America reached out to assist women and girls. With your help, we partnered with a local NGO to build three community centers where women were able to work and learn skills to improve their livelihoods.  These Centers provided the women and girls a safe, functional space to gather and.... Read more

Support Nepal Earthquake Relief - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Providing Access to Brighter Learning Classrooms

Jul 20, 2017   Studying in a clean and attractive classroom is any student's preference. Bright, well ventilated classrooms provide positive impact on learning environment of children. Therefore, with an objective of providing children an access to better learning classroom, ECCA recently supported the painting of three classrooms in Shree Purna Sanjiwani Lankhanamai Secondary School of Dhulikhel, Kavre district. The earthquake of April 2015 destroyed most of the buildings of Shree Purna Sanjiwani.... Read more

Earthquake Relief Fund: Rebuild Chanaute's Clinic - Mindful Medicine Worldwide

Chanauti Clinic Prepares for a Busy Season!

Jul 18, 2017   We hope everyone is enjoying the summer that has quickly come upon us! With the Chanauti clinic ready for use, we are preparing our next three volunteers, the first of which will head to Nepal in September. Juliana will kick off the season, and Polet and Sterling will each shortly follow. The new clinic will not only provide space to treat the many patients who line up every morning, but also a place for volunteers to stay during their service in Nepal. We are eager to show you pictures and.... Read more

School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Educational aid for students of Dolakha

Jul 21, 2017   On June 26, 2017, 513 students of Jhule, Dolakha district received educational materials. And the reason behind this distribution is unfolded through stories of poor economic status and occupational involvement of students. Many people in Dolakha district of Nepal are involved in agriculture. Since monsoon season is a vital time for rice planting, parents often send their children to fields as helpers instead of sending them to schools. This is a vital time for parents to earn money and also to.... Read more

Safe to Grow, Protecting Nepali Children after EQ - Kidasha

Protecting Nepali Children

Jul 18, 2017   Since the devastating earthquake over two years ago, more and more children have flocked to Pokhara in search of a better life.  Sadly the reality is that the majority of them are much worse off. However, we would like to share with you the success of one of our boys from the street shelter.  Sabin (not his real name) is currently 11 years old and has been living in our centre for the last eight months.  We found Sabin on the streets of Pokhara, where he had been living for over 6.... Read more

"Support-A-Child" Help Child Go To School & Study - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Motivating students and parents of Dolakha district through educational support

Jul 19, 2017   On June 26, 2017, 513 students of Jhule, Dolakha district received educational materials. And the reason behind this distribution is unfolded through stories of poor economic status and occupational involvement of students. Many people in Dolakha district of Nepal are involved in agriculture. Since monsoon season is a vital time for rice planting, parents often send their children to fields as helpers instead of sending them to schools. This is a vital time for parents to earn money and also to.... Read more

Restore Schools-Restore Lives - Children's Medical Aid Foundation

GlobalGiving visits Naya Gaon

Jul 10, 2017   On May 28, we had the pleasure of taking GlobalGiving's very own Ms. Mihika Chanchani, Nepal Field Traveler, for a tour of our village schools in Naya Gaon, Kavre.  She mingled with the children, teachers and staff in four of the five schools under our care --  Bindabasini, Jan Prabhat, Singhe and Duelpashwori Primary Schools.  Due to lack of time, as it was a day trip, we did not get to visit Gwalmeshori Primary located at the bottom of village valley.   As we had last.... Read more

A Clean Solar Alternative to Kerosene Lamps, Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Solar Tuki Distribution and Maintenance Training in Morang, Nepal

Jul 19, 2017   Despite increasing accessibility of electricity in many parts of Nepal, a number of remote places in Morang district (in east Nepal) are still devoid of electricity facility. This absence has affected the education of children causing dfficulty during night study as they are compelled to use kerosene lamps. Therefore, to help students study at night, ECCA has been providing solar tuki lamps to students of various schools of Letang and Warangi villages of Morang district. Also, as an attempt to.... Read more

Send a Child to School in Nepal for a Year - Diyalo Foundation

We are moving to Phase-Two in Sewalung

Jul 10, 2017   Together, we have completed phase one of our school-build in the village of Sewalung! You watched our classroom walls spring from the earth and our school come to life. One year later, we have six wonderful teachers instructing 62 students. We are so grateful for your support up to this point in our journey. We could not have come this far without you. But we still have a long way to go. We are transitioning to phase two of our two-year plan in Sewalung -- and we need your help to.... Read more

Build educational center for 100 children in Nepal - Himalayan Life Switzerland

First building Yangri School Center is completed!

Jul 10, 2017   Dear Himalayanlife family, friends and supporters, The construction of the first building – a 3-classroom-pod – has been completed. This includes  pouring the foundation framing the building with locally produced lumber exterior cladding of the building with corrugated metal sheets interior cladding with drywall bracing of the building for earthquake resistance installing of a metal roof Some of the challenges along the way so far: the 250 bags of cement for the foundation.... Read more

Shelters for 60 Earthquake (EQ) Survivors in Nepal - Civic Forum for Sustainable Development (CIVIC FORUM)

Report of Shelter for 60 Earthquake Survivors

Jul 7, 2017   Nepal Earthquake of 7.6 Richter scale which had the epicenter of Barpak Village of Gorkha District at 12:56 of Baishakh 12, 2072 (25th April, 2015) caused thousand of deaths and injuries and millions rupees of destruction. The aftershocks continued in the days to come as well. After 18 days of the megaearthquake, on 29th Baishak, 2072 (12th May, 2015) at 12:50 again an aftershock of 6.8 Richter scale striked Nepal which had the epicenter of Dolakha district. The quake affected many districts of.... Read more

Provide Helpdesks for Nepal Earthquake Survivors - Accountability Lab

Community Clubs - New Ways to Address Old Issues

Jul 6, 2017   “Those who have finished building their houses are entitled to Rs 100,000. However, rumours are that only those houses that have installed bio-gas and solar systems will get this total grant. Otherwise, they will get only Rs 75,000. ” This is just one of the many questions circulating amongst earthquake victims still rebuilding, and one featured in our monthly Citizen Helpdesk Bulletin. Next month, a group of concerned citizens will gather in the village of Sidhalek in Dhading.... Read more

Support Earthquake Victims in Nepal - Community Development Center Kathmandu, Nepal

All the Schools are closed for summer vacation in Nepal.

Jul 7, 2017   Dear Friends/ donors, Goodmorning and lots of Namaste to you all.  Today again  I would like to share among  you all  a new  report  about  Kalyan Higher Secondary School Nuwakot. Thie    is  one of   the very badly   affected schools  as a result  of earthquake.  The condition of the school still  is the same as before.The school class rooms have not been rebuilt.  The students have been studying.... Read more

Kathmandu Child Trauma Management Centre - ChoraChori

Our new Child Trauma Centre opens doors in August!

Jul 5, 2017   Further to your very kind gift towards our Kathmandu Child Trauma Management Centre project I just want to update you the very positive early progress that we've been making. We completed the building of the Centre on schedule for the start of May. The funds for the building were raised by three British cyclists, Philip Hunter, Sam Day and Rory Buckworth, who cycled from Shanghai to Kathmandu at the start of last year. 7500km and £56,000 later they and two other friends, Arthur Woods.... Read more

Earthquake recovery in Sindupalchowk, Nepal - The Nepal Trust

Two Years on.

Jul 5, 2017   Dear supporters and friends. More than two years have passed since the dreadful earthquake in Nepal that took so many lives and destroyed thousands of villages and the livelihoods of those remaining. The response from organisations around the world was immediate and gave some relief to the survivors. Sadly the government was slow to respond  and did not release any money until over a year later. Even then it was released in an haphazard way and there are many villagers still to receive help.... Read more

Ama Ghar Displaced Children Fund - The Ama Foundation

Pooja Comes Home to Ama Ghar

Jul 5, 2017   Since we brought 15 new children to Ama Ghar for sanctuary after the 2015 earthquake, we were only able to add one family member in 2016, our brilliant little nine-year-old Pooja. Pooja has been at Ama Ghar since November of 2016, and we can only say that we feel that she's really come home... she's added a whole new dimension to our family Pooja was rescued from the streets of Kathmandu by the Sisters of Charity, who referred her to us. She is a very bright child who has adjusted.... Read more

Help a Nepali child remain with a loving family - Nepal Youth Foundation (NYF)

Thank you for helping to keep families together

Jun 29, 2017   Keeping families together and allowing children to grow up in their own communities is the right thing to do.You help to make that possible through your support of Nepal Youth Foundation’s Kinship Care program. Thousands of children were uprooted from their families after the devastating earthquakes and risked ending up in orphanages – or worse. To protect these children, NYF expanded its Kinship Care program and is now caring for 682 vulnerable children through this program. NYF.... Read more

Girls: Better after quake - Visible Impact

One year of GBAQ: Much achieved, many remaining

Jun 27, 2017   On March 2017, Visible Impact’s Girls: Better after quake program completed its one year of mentoring earthquake affected adolescent girls of Nepal. With an aim to unleash the social leadership, enhance skills and build confidence of 15 adolescent girls, Visible Impact conducted eight skills building workshops, several safe space meetings, transect walk in the community, community meetings with community leaders, etc. in Kharanitar, Nuwakot in the past one year, in partnership with.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Food Security Initiative - Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Delivery of open-pollinated vegetable seeds

Jun 19, 2017   Dear Friend, Greetings and thank you very much for your continuing support to our initiative to provide food security by providing vegetable seeds and garden tools to poor households here. We are working in partnership with a youth association that is active in providing much-needed manpower to reach-out to those living in remote areas. We found out that raising vegetables is easy and produces good results for gardeners. This reporting period we decided to send 75 packs open-pollinated seeds.... Read more

Providing Free Health Services to 10,000 Villagers - Real Medicine Foundation

RMF Clinic: Stepping Out Into the Community

Jun 20, 2017     Real Medicine Foundation’s clinic in Arupokhari, Gorkha started providing health services in a temporary structure after the devastating earthquake of 2015. Since that time, the RMF Health Clinic has treated a total of 8,757 patients, and 1,747 of these patients were treated during the period of March 2017 to May 2017. In addition to the curative and family planning services provided by the clinic, RMF has expanded its health awareness program in the community and schools, starting.... Read more

Restore Schools-Restore Lives - Children's Medical Aid Foundation

Library Games

Jun 26, 2017   The next phase of our Naya Gaon school rebuild will concentrate on the recreational side of the school experience for our village children.  Thus far we have been mostly working on basic sheltering, potable water supply and some simple comforts by way of track suits, sneakers, carpeting, ceiling lighting and fans.  Also, immediately when we think of library enhancement we only think of books, books, and more books.  Taking a pause, a deep breath in, a step back and putting a full.... Read more

Safe Water for Healthy Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

15 water filters supported to Mechi Model Academy

Jun 21, 2017   Mechi Model Academy of Jhapa lies in plain Terai region of Nepal. Like in most of the places of Terai, the school has tubewell as the only source of drinking water. The school has around 300 students but depends on only 2 tubewells for drinking purpose. Realizing the problem, ECCA first conducted water quality test (Coliform test) in the school. During this test, positive test results were found (i.e. occurrence of disease causing Fecal coliform and E.coli bacteria). According to the.... Read more

Earthquake Relief: Providing Safe Drinking Water - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

15 filters supported to Mechi Model Academy and Integration of the project

Jun 21, 2017   Mechi Model Academy of Jhapa lies in plain Terai region of Nepal. Like in most of the places of Terai, the school has tubewell as the only source of drinking water. The school has around 300 students but depends on only 2 tubewells for drinking purpose. Realizing the problem, ECCA first conducted water quality test (Coliform test) in the school. During this test, positive test results were found (i.e. occurrence of disease causing Fecal coliform and E.coli bacteria). According to the.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake - The dZi Foundation

Sishu Secondary School Update: Maheswori, Nepal

Jun 9, 2017   The GlobalGiving community generously sponsored the construction of an earthquake safe school using innovative new technology in one of the most remote communities in Nepal. There have been some significant challenges involved with this project, but the school is now very close to completion. The following offers an overview of the process and current status of the project. Sishu Secondary School is the only secondary school in Maheswori, an extremely remote subsistence farming community in the.... Read more

Himalayan HealthCare's Earthquake Relief Fund - Himalayan Healthcare

Updates on HHC's Earthquake Recovery Work in Nepal

Jun 13, 2017   For more than two years, Himalayan HealthCare has been providing earthquake relief and recovery services to the people of Nepal’s Dhading District. From initial provision of food, clean water, medicines and emergency medical care to the replacement of livestock and reconstruction of schools and health clinics, Himalayan HealthCare, with your support, has been able to serve nearly half a million individuals in villages close to the earthquake’s epicenter. Earlier this year, we handed.... Read more

Help vulnerable families rebuild homes in Nepal - GoodWeave International

Building Houses, Building Hope

Jun 8, 2017   Dear GlobalGiver, In my last update, I reintroduced you to the recovery process of a country still healing from the damages of a devastating natural disaster. I told you of our plans for rebuilding homes in the Kathmandu Valley, despite the distinct challenges of the last two years. At the time, our partnership with Build up Nepal was at its very beginning: GoodWeave was just learning about the benefits of earth-reinforced bricks, and discovering new ways to reach the 85 weaving families that.... Read more

Help the Victims of the Earthquake in Nepal - Concern Worldwide US

Building Capacity in the Sindhuli District

Jun 1, 2017   Dear Supporter, I am writing to thank you for your continuing support, which has made a big impact as Concern worked to assist in rebuilding people’s lives in Nepal in the aftermath of the 2015 earthquakes. We responded to the disaster by assisting in repairing schools, providing shelter support, and distributing emergency kits, allowing households to meet their most pressing needs. Concern continues to work within Nepal on longer term reconstruction projects and an emergency preparedness.... Read more

Give the Gift of Education in Nepal - International Disaster Volunteers (IDV)

Continued impacts in Nepal, thanks to you!

May 31, 2017   Thanks so much for helping to Give the Gift of Education in Nepal. In our previous report we announced the end of our international volunteer operations, and described how we were starting to handover work to local partners and actors. That local handover has progressed, but soon after sending our last report we decided to undertake one final mini-project involving international volunteers as well. Prior to completing our sanitation work at Shree Bal Shiksha we also provided toilets and.... Read more

Rebuild School for 479 Nepalese Children - Partnership for Sustainable Development

Infrastructure Development of School effacted by Earth quake

May 30, 2017   Partnership for sustainable Development Nepal is working rural part of Nepal to get better life of communities since 2002.  It has various objective and plan to support necessities of the communities which lead to their better life and specially focus on the communities which are vulnerable and deprived from the all aspects such as education, health and sanitation. After the earth quake, PSD initiated to raise the fund to support an infrastructure development of school. So far we able to.... Read more

Holistic Rehabilitation for Post-Earthquake Nepal - IsraAID

Building Stronger Roots

May 25, 2017   In April, IsraAID successfully completed "PSS workshop on suicide prevention “as the eight and last thematic topic of family counseling, under the “Building Stronger Roots Project”. The project benefitted 64 individuals from different cultural background and representing organizations working on Mental Health and Psycho-Social Support (MHPSS), with issues related with suicide. This year in April we celebrated the World Health Day with the theme “Depression: Let’s.... Read more

Earthquake Relief in Nepal - International Medical Corps

Final Report on Earthquake Relief in Nepal

May 25, 2017   International Medical Corps’ earthquake response in Nepal has come to a close. International Medical Corps’ services reached some 765,000 people in its work supporting both the relief and recovery of earthquake-affected populations.  To continue supporting International Medical Corps’ emergency efforts, please visit “A Healthier Future for South Sudan’s Families” project, where our teams are responding to the recently declared.... Read more

Provide Helpdesks for Nepal Earthquake Survivors - Accountability Lab

2 Years After the Quake & We Need Helpdesks More than Ever

May 18, 2017   April 25th was a day of remembrance across Nepal, as the country's 28 million citizens and many others across the globe marked the 2 year anniversary of the first earthquake that devastated the country in 2015. It also marked the start of GlobalGiving’s matched giving campaign. For us, it marked 64 community meetings in eight months alone, 13 of which were women’s groups and 4 more of which were meetings for marginalized populations.  In those 8 months we.... Read more

Help Rural Nepal Villages Rebuild and Recover - All Hands and Hearts

Nepal Rebuild and Recover Report #5

May 8, 2017   Hello donors! All Hands is excited to announce that two more schools have been completed and handed over to the community! Construction on the Bachchhala Nuwakot and the Bachchhala Sindhupalchok schools is officially finished. Students are finally able to move out of the Temporary Learning Centers that they have been in since the devastating earthquake two years ago and move in to proper learning spaces that will allow them to excel. All Hands was able to implement a WASH program in the schools.... Read more

Relief and Rebuilding from Nepal Earthquake - The Mountain Fund

2 years of work

May 8, 2017   Dear Donor, Supporter and Friend.  It's been 2 years since Nepal was devasted by a series of large earthquakes. Please take a moment to read our report (attached as a link) on all we've done in response to those quakes with your support and assistance.  It's time for us to move on. We've done all we can at this point. Please visit our project Her Farm Nepal. We will continue to be in the village of Mankhu and Goganpani as well working on other development projects in these communities.... Read more

Building 10 classrooms for 500 students in Nepal. - The Small World

Two Year on, the healing continue Nepal earthquake

May 4, 2017   Dear All Supporters, Namaste !  On April 25, 2015 a 7.9 & May 12th with 7.3 M. earthquakes struck Nepal. The both earthquakes destroyed over 36,000 classrooms leaving nearly 1 million children unable to return to school. The Small World working communities in Solukhumbu district destroyed 1045 classroom.  The Small World is continue working today even after two year of Nepal earthquake to replace 22 temporary learning shelter which immediately built after Nepal earthquake.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Education Fund for Girls - Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Technical assistance for a youth-led organization

May 1, 2017   Dear Friend, Warm greetings and thank you very much for your continuing support to our project providing support for poor girls who are in school. Like our experience in the Philippines during Typhoon Haiyan, support to education is a little complex to implement given the year to year need for funds as the students continue to study. This is not a short-term activity like some of our projects whose intensity of implementation can be increased or decreased depending on the incoming funds. In this.... Read more

Rebuild a Secondary School for 250 Kids in Nepal - Aura Freedom International

Fighting Human Trafficking with Education

May 1, 2017   In rebuilding Shree Bhumimata School after the 2015 earthquake, Aura Freedom is tackling a number of problems – physical danger and inaccessibility, low literacy rates, maternal and newborn health issues, and child marriage. But there is another major issue this school and its retrained staff will address – human trafficking. Human trafficking is one of the world’s fastest going crimes, and Nepal is no exception. The most common destination? India. UNICEF reports that 7,000.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Low-cost Sanitation Initiative - Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Promoting youth-led social enterprise

May 1, 2017   Dear Friends and Supporters, Warm greetings and thank you very much for your continuing support to our initiative to provide safe sanitation for earthquake survivors. We are trying very hard to provide much-needed and during this reporting period, with the leadership of a local youth organization, we continue supporting their small social enterprise to provide advocacy and consciousness-raising via t-shirt printing and selling the products to tourists coming to visit. The profit margin from the.... Read more

Relief rebuilding to 25 communities in Nepal - Tewa

"KNOW YOUR RIGHTS"

Apr 28, 2017   "Without citizenship one cannot enjoy the rights provided by the state". We all have dreams and aspirations to live their life with dignity. However, women living in Nepal, there is a real barrier towards achieving their dreams due to not having citizenships. Without citizenship individual cannot vote, obtain passport, driving license and any other government facilities that the state provides. "In the country like ours patriarchy has been deeply rooted and hence the patriarchy type of family is.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Humanitarian Response Fund - CARE

2 years after - Reconstruction in Nepal continues

Apr 26, 2017   On April 25 and May 12 2015 Nepal was rocked by two devastating 7.8 and 7.3 magnitude earthquakes. Thousands of people lost their homes in one night. CARE has been a main support in the long-term recovert of the most vulnerable population affectd by the Nepal Earthquake. Please continue supporting us for the delivery of a robust Earthquake recovery program. WHAT WE HAVE DONE: SHELTER: CARE is providing shelter assistance to families whose homes are heavily damaged or destroyed. Some 10,000.... Read more

Community resilience in Nepal - BRAC USA

Two years on, looking to the future

Apr 25, 2017   Two years ago, after a massive earthquake, BRAC was one of the first global organizations to stand with the people of Nepal, providing blankets, medicine and medical equipment requested by the government. Soon after, an emergency team — four doctors, one disaster management expert and a livelihood specialist — was on the ground. Working closely with the Ministry of Health and Population, WHO and other INGOs, and with the help of local volunteers and the Nepal police hospital team,.... Read more

Joining Together to Rebuild Nepal - Edge of Seven

Two Years After the first quake in Nepal- Progress

Apr 25, 2017   Two years ago, a significant earthquake hit Nepal. In the Solukhumbu region homes, schools, outbuildings, and more were damaged or destroyed. And when the second quake hit in May even more damaged buildings became unusable. Even more significant, the human tragedy reverberates today. While we can't bring back the over 9000 people who were lost, we can support rebuilding in the area. Today we have a special opportunity to create more support through Global Giving — Today only,.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake : Support for remote communities - PHASE Nepal

Recovery and Reconstruction: What's Changed?

Apr 25, 2017   Two years ago today disaster hit Nepal. Two of the regions that PHASE Nepal works closely with were among those most affected by the earthquake: Gorkha - the epicentre, and Sindhupalchok. Sajjan, a PHASE staff member who grew up in Hagam, Sindhupalchok and still works in the region remembers: “Most households were changed by PHASE Nepal, but the earthquake brought everything back to the beginning.”   In the last two years PHASE has accomplished so much. Within hours of the.... Read more

Health Post Funding in Nepal - GlobeMed at Tufts University

Almost there!

Apr 25, 2017   GlobeMed at Tufts is one of 56 chapters nationwide committed to health care and public health equity abroad. Our chapter is specifically partnered with PHASE Nepal, an NGO working to improve education, health, and livelihood opportunities for local communities in Nepal through a sustainable, self-empowerment grassroots framework. This Spring Semester, our focus is primarily on fundraising for the running of several PHASE implemented health programs, including the Bichhya.... Read more

Post-Earthquake Disaster Recovery in Nepal - Peace Winds America

Food Processing Expands Opportunity in Nepal

Apr 25, 2017   Two Years After Massive Earthquakes Hit Nepal Women Have New Opportunities Two years ago today a masstive earthquake struck Nepal. The quake, which killed more than 8,000 people and destroyed homes, infrastructure, and livelihoods, was followed by a major aftershock on May 12. Both caused widespread damage.  PWA responded immediately and also established partnerships with Nepalese NGOs to work in recovery. With partner SABAH Nepal PWA built three community centers where women are.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Relief and Recovery Fund - GlobalGiving

It's been two years since the Nepal Earthquake

Apr 24, 2017   It’s been just two years since the world learned the shocking and sobering news that nearly 9,000 people were killed in the earthquake that struck Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, and sent equally devastating shock waves into the most rural villages. Just two years since search and rescue teams looked nonstop for loved ones, since flattened infrastructure left remote areas isolated from receiving help, and since aftershocks rivaling the initial earthquake’s impact foiled relief.... Read more

Earthquake Aid Nepal - Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe

Two Years after the Great Earthquake: Farmer Riyang tries to master everyday life

Jun 7, 2017   My name is Riyang. I’m 35 years old. I was with my family in the field near my home, when the earthquake occurred on Saturday, April 25, 2015. Everyone was horrified. The earthquake transformed the village into chaos. The houses collapsed. The people in the village screamed and cried and went to look for their family members. My house was also completely destroyed by the quake. There was nothing iI could save from what was left of my former home. Due to the unsafe situation, we decided to.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Appeal: Two Years on - Child Rescue Nepal

How your donations are making a difference: April 2017 update

Apr 21, 2017   Thank you so much for supporting the ongoing work of Child Rescue Nepal. We have just received this update from our colleagues in Kathmandu that demonstrates how we have been working to prevent the trafficking of very vulnerable children in Nepal. Radio Message Broadcasting We have been regularly broadcasting anti-trafficking message through local FM radio in Hetauda. The Jingles are broadcast five times a day. According to the Radio Makwanpur, their coverage is in six districts e.g.... Read more

Earthquake Relief for Disadvantaged in Nepal - The Jean Houston Foundation

Plans For Training More Leaders

Apr 21, 2017   Dear Social Artists, Following is the proposed budget from our Nepali Social Artists for boldly continuing the training of leaders in Nepal to facilitate the rebuilding of communities following the earthquake damage of 2015.  Your support of this work is deeply appreciated. Planning of 2017 for Social Artistry in Nepal Expected output: v  At least 350 individuals will be trained from different level of country within 7 months. v  Nepali Manual revisions will be completed. v.... Read more

Re-establish a Healthcare Infrastructure in Nepal - One Heart World-Wide

Skilled Birth Attendance Saves the Day

Apr 21, 2017   Rachana grew up in a large family of 12. After having seven daughters and a son from his first wife, her father decided to get married again. Getting a good education was out of the question because of her large family but Rachana was determined. She started living with her uncle to pursue her education when she was 11 years old. She is the only daughter from her family who went to study beyond higher education and currently holds a government job. She started her job as an Auxiliary.... Read more

Disaster Relief for Nepal - Global Reach International

Nepal Project

Apr 20, 2017   Global Reach International just completed a three-month trip to Nepal.  Mike Cassidy, board member of Global Reach International went to Nepal to distribute funds for Global Reach International’s projects.  Please see the email communications from the last three months. Namaste, I was met by former students,  Amit and Anis, in mid-afternoon at the arrival section of the Kathmandu airport. all went smoothly. I was quickly reminded of the dusty, crowded, broken city on my way.... Read more

School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Mahendra School supported with Toilet Construction

Apr 24, 2017   In our journey of providing better WASH facilities to students in rural schools of Nepal, we have been approaching remote schools, which includes those from Kavrepalanchowk district. This district lies near the capital city Kathmandu, yet has inadequate facilities in terms of health and sanitation. Mahendra Secondary School, situated at Sanga, Kavrepalanchowk had been facing the problem of toilet and water supply. Girls toilet, boys toilet and teachers toilet all were combined and one had to go.... Read more

Support Nepal Earthquake Relief - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Mahendra School supported with Toilet Construction

Apr 24, 2017   In our journey of providing better WASH facilities to students in rural schools of Nepal, we have been approaching remote schools, which includes those from Kavrepalanchowk district. This district lies near the capital city Kathmandu, yet has inadequate facilities in terms of health and sanitation. Mahendra Secondary School, situated at Sanga, Kavrepalanchowk had been facing the problem of toilet and water supply. Girls toilet, boys toilet and teachers toilet all were combined and one had to go.... Read more

A Clean Solar Alternative to Kerosene Lamps, Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Solar Tuki Support in Bhogateni and Sagma, Morang

Apr 24, 2017   Bhogateni and Sagma are two remote places of Morang district lying in south-eastern Nepal. Letang bazzar is the only market for the people residing there, which takes around 6 to 7 hours walk for the villagers. After the promulgation of new constitution, both areas lie under Letang Bhogateni Municipality. However, the declaration has changed little for villages, which still lack basic infrastructures like health, road, market, electricity, water etc. In these villages, people are still compelled.... Read more

"Support-A-Child" Help Child Go To School & Study - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Solar Tuki Support in Bhogateni and Sagma, Morang

Apr 24, 2017   Bhogateni and Sagma are two remote places of Morang district lying in south-eastern Nepal. Letang bazzar is the only market for the people residing there, which takes around 6 to 7 hours walk for the villagers. After the promulgation of new constitution, both areas lie under Letang Bhogateni Municipality. However, the declaration has changed little for villages, which still lack basic infrastructures like health, road, market, electricity, water etc. In these villages, people are still compelled.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake #1YearOn - Our Sansar

Nepal earthquake 2 years on

Apr 18, 2017   It has almost been 2 years since the devastating earthquake hit Nepal. There is still a lot of work to be done to rebuild the lives of the people affected by this disaster.  We are still trying to help as many people as possible but luckily the demand for the transit home is decreasing now. That means there are less children in need of emergency assistance.  We have recently linked our wonderful three little brothers with their family. They only have grandparents and we supported the.... Read more

Help us rebuild schools in Nepal - The Santi School Project

Teacher training: next phase of earthquake relief

Apr 18, 2017   The Santi School Project believes in the power of teacher training as an indispensable part of improving the quality of education in Nepal. Better teachers make better schools—and better schools, of course, make better students. Especially in the rural areas where we work, strong schools can provide critical support for the local community and improve lives for women, children and ethnic minorities. In the months immediately following the 2015 earthquake, however, teacher training work was.... Read more

Protect 500 Vulnerable Women and Children in Nepal - The Advocacy Project

7th update from Nepal - two years after the quake

Apr 10, 2017   Seventh Update from Nepal By Iain Guest - Project Leader This is the seventh time we have reported back on the Nepal appeal, launched on GlobalGiving in June 2015. In this report we look ahead to the anniversary of the earthquake (April 25, 2017) and ask what has been achieved and what still remains to be done. We will also share our plans for sustaining this program once emergency funds run out. Our goal in launching this appeal was to help three communities in Nepal that have suffered from.... Read more

Support Earthquake Victims in Nepal - Community Development Center Kathmandu, Nepal

Completion of Final Exams at Kalyan Higher secondary School in Nuwakot.

Apr 10, 2017   Dear Friends/ donors, Namaste!  At first I would like you for thank for your continues support. The entire donation which we received have been used properly in order to help the students and school. Well, we have come to the end of year 2073 and final exams are being taken in all the schools all over the country. Students from Kalyan higher secondary school have done their best and  have been waiting for their results to get published. They have widely developed their studying.... Read more

Earthquake recovery in Sindupalchowk, Nepal - The Nepal Trust

Agricultural Improvements

Apr 10, 2017   The massive earthquake of two years ago which destroyed so many lives and livelihoods is almost a distant memory to many of us. Not so for the unfortunate villagers of the Nepal Himalayas who still have to bear the consequences of this devastation as they struggle to get back to some sort of normality. The Nepal Trust is concentrating its efforts on education and infrastructural repairs to get the communities back to as normal a way of life as possible. This also includes focussing on.... Read more

Shelters for 60 Earthquake (EQ) Survivors in Nepal - Civic Forum for Sustainable Development (CIVIC FORUM)

Shelters for 60 Earthquake (EQ) Survivors in Nepal

Apr 10, 2017   Nepal Earthquake of 7.6 Richter scale which had the epicenter of Barpak Village of Gorkha District at 12:56 of Baishakh 12, 2072 (25th April, 2015) caused thousands of deaths and injuries and millions rupees of destruction. The aftershocks continued in the days to come as well. After 18 days of the mega earthquake, on 29th Baishak, 2072 (12th May, 2015) at 12:50 again an aftershock of 6.8 Richter scale striked Nepal which had the epicenter of Dolakha district. The quake affected many districts.... Read more

Ama Ghar Displaced Children Fund - The Ama Foundation

Ram is a survivor!

Apr 5, 2017   Ram, age 15, as well as his younger brother Laxman, joined us in May 2015 after losing their family in the earthquakes. At first it was difficult for Ram in particular to adjust to his new home at Ama Ghar because he was extremely traumatized by his experiences during the earthquake. Through the support of friends like you, we were able to fund regular counseling for Ram and he is beginning to understand that he is now in a safe place where he can socialize with and trust in.... Read more

Citizen Helpdesk - Accountability Lab Nepal

A Permanent Home at Last

Apr 4, 2017   Kabiraj spent nearly two years in living in temporary housing: four tin walls held together with wooden poles, topped with a tin roof weighted down with rocks. While the government of Nepal's relief distribution process following the 2015 earthquakes has been slow, Kabiraj was able to start rebuilding his house in Nayabasti, Dhading from the first installment of the government relief money. But until engineers from the National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) inspect and declare the initial.... Read more

Help a Nepali child remain with a loving family - Nepal Youth Foundation (NYF)

Donate today and get a 50 percent match

Apr 25, 2017   You can make an even bigger impact on the lives of Nepalese families still recovering from the massive earthquakes in 2015. Beginning April 25 at 9 a.m. EDT - the second anniversary of the earthquake -Global Giving will match gifts by 50 percent on projects that are helping Nepal to recover and rebuild. The $50,000 match will continue until December 31 or the funds run out - whichever comes first. Our project – Help a Child Remain with a Loving Family - #24772 – qualifies for this.... Read more

Earthquake Relief Fund: Rebuild Chanaute's Clinic - Mindful Medicine Worldwide

Update on Rebuilding Chanuati Clinic

Apr 4, 2017   We are so grateful to you, our many donors for giving funds to our end-of-year campaign in 2016. So far we have used the funds to purchase much needed acupuncture needle, herbs, sheets, and moxabustion for our new volunteers who will arrive in the clinic soon. In the meantime, the clinic itself is very close to being finished! An openign ceremony is planned for mid-April and we expect local staff to be seeing patients in the clinc for basic medical care shortly after that.  In August, our.... Read more

Girls: Better after quake - Visible Impact

What is going well?

Mar 29, 2017   What went well in the last 6 months?? The girls have been able to critically analyze the social issues, identify what is not going on right and raise appropriate questions. Their leadership in the community have become more visible and realized. Their ability to develop and share stories has been enhanced, especially in context of earthquake related experiences. The support and interest of the community towards the activities of the girls has risen. The girls have been able to show stronger.... Read more

Earthquake Relief: Providing Safe Drinking Water - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

World Water Day Celebration 2017

Mar 29, 2017   On the occasion of World Water Day on March 22, 2017, ECCA conducted Interaction & story sharing program as well as documentary show for the members of two women groups of Patan, Lalitpur. The documentary was based on water borne diseases and safe drinking water. The theme for 2017 World Water Day 'Why waste water?' was also discussed after the documentary show. ECCA has been supporting four women groups of Lalitpur in the distribution and sell of chlorine solution (WATASOL) treated drinking.... Read more

Safe Water for Healthy Nepal - Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

World Water Day Celebration 2017

Mar 29, 2017   On the occasion of World Water Day on March 22, 2017, ECCA conducted Interaction & story sharing program as well as documentary show for the members of two women groups of Patan, Lalitpur. The documentary was based on water borne diseases and safe drinking water. The theme for 2017 World Water Day 'Why waste water?' was also discussed after the documentary show. ECCA has been supporting four women groups of Lalitpur in the distribution and sell of chlorine solution (WATASOL) treated drinking.... Read more

Nepal Earthquake Food Security Initiative - Water, Agroforestry, Nutrition and Development Foundation

Continue supporting home-gardeners

Mar 24, 2017   Dear Friends and Supporters, Warm greetings and thank you very much for your continuing support to our food security project for poor families affected by the earthquake. We are happy to report that an NGO based in Germany is assisting us with a small support this time. Our local partner which is a volunteer youth organization is providing much-needed support on the ground. We were able to provide him with technical inputs and hands-on experience on vegetable gardening during this time. This.... Read more

Providing Free Health Services to 10,000 Villagers - Real Medicine Foundation

RMF Clinic: Envisioning and Securing a Healthier Future

Mar 20, 2017   A year has passed since Real Medicine Foundation (RMF) started operating a health clinic in Arupokhari, Gorkha. During this time period, the clinic has treated many patients with different health problems. What began as a small initiative with a small budget and a steadfast commitment from RMF and the local community has grown into a lifesaving, easily accessible, much-needed health solution for the community. Before RMF operated the clinic, the nearest health post was about 4–5 hours.... Read more

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