building shelters in sankhu
After the earthquakes destroyed our country we didn't know where to begin. We were so grateful for those who came from abroad to help. Our first volunteer was Mark Christensen from the US, followed by countless more from every direction. It seemed they came from everywhere: US, New Zealand, Belgium, France, Italy, Spain, Kazakhstan, Germany, India, Canada, Malaysia, Poland, Netherlands, and even S. America.

Shelters4Nepal Project

Three volunteers from New Zealand came to Nepal right after the earthquakes to help people who had lost their homes. They stepped up and did everything from buying the materials to training the local people to help.

We are eternally grateful to our donors: Kerensa Pickett Clerk, Steve Trevella and Sam, all from NZ. They come up with the "shelters4nepal" project and even worked to fund it.These generous people built more than 10 shelters in one week. They were laborious and hard workers with a great heart. Steve even came back a second time and brought more volunteers-and money! Our shelters4Nepal project has built over 50 shelters and a children's recreational center.

Your small help matters a lot!!

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Star View Guest House is seeking for experienced, well-training, committed and energetic male/female for the post of Project Manager.
The candidate should have following requirements:
-passed in S.L.c
- mostly working experienced in internet/website.
The starting salary is [10,000] for the candidate and we will provide commission for you according to u working capacity.

For more information, you can contact this number[4153711]
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The closing day of 20 days training for women to make shoes, conducted by Changunarayan Municipality. These are often wore by bride in her marriage day . #Changunarayan #ruraldevelopment ... See MoreSee Less

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Handwashing Program at Bhawani Higher Secondary School, Kagati Village, Nuwakot ! Last week Nepal Pharmaceuticals Lab Pvt. Ltd. - NPL Official along with our National Volunteers conducted a Handwashing program at Bhawani H.S. School.Students were introduced to the 6 steps of handwashing and were made aware about the importance of handwashing and it's impact on your health. Students were really interested and were eager to learn more and practice these steps in their daily life.After the session demonstration of the steps of Handwashing was conducted and the soaps were distributed to the students. Cheers to the NPL team for the time and effort given to this cause.These sessions will now be conducted in future by National Volunteers to other students as well.

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