Build Bridges for Health, Education & Hope - Nepal

by VillageTech Solutions (VTS)
Feb 11, 2008

Renewed support for bridges

Service of Maluwabesi bridge
Service of Maluwabesi bridge

Access to potential bridge sites has been difficult during the years of civil conflict. In the past few months there have been fortunately new opportunities to reach needy communities and conduct surveys. Two photos from the Sukaura site are in the Gallery. At this site, some 300 students may use the proposed bridge. We learned that six students have died trying to get to or from school for lack of a safe crossing. Six other sites are being surveyed at the moment.

Children served by Gadhi bridge
Children served by Gadhi bridge
Volunteers nearing Gadhi bridge site
Volunteers nearing Gadhi bridge site



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VillageTech Solutions (VTS)

Location: Menlo Park, CA - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
David Sowerwine
Managing Director
Menlo Park, California United States

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