We are currently raising funds for a new toilet block and hand washing facilities for Khaki Gaun School. Most of this very remote school was badly destroyed in the earthquake and some classrooms have been rebuilt.
Approx 450 children attend this school and are having to use 2 broken toilets with no drainage. We hope to address this problem as soon as possible.
If you wish to donate towards this cause you can do so here.
Following the devasting earthquakes in Nepal in April and May 2015 and the frequent after shocks most of the buildings in the villages we support were destroyed or very badly damaged. The Dhading region was extremely close to the epicentre of the first earthquake.
We were able to raise funds to provide immediate aid in the form of food, shelter, clothing and building materials.
65 temporary shelters were especially important as they provide dry housing and food storage.
We have provided books, uniforms and computers to help schools get back to normal and built a new classroom block.
With the generous help of Chelwood Rotary in North Somerset, a new toilet block is currently being built at Sukaura School.
Additionally, we will continue to provide funds for some short term and humanitarian initiatives as required.