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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Kay Garnay for Nepal, registered non-profit in Nepal shared Starview Guest House and Retreat Center's Starview Guest House: Changunarayan, Nepal. ... See MoreSee Less

Starview Guesthouse is a wonderful way to begin your adventures in Nepal. Owned and managed by a retired American expat who has found her shangrila in Changunarayan, you immediately feel at home and cared for by her and her staff. She has written extensively on her blog about Nepal and has also published an even more comprehensive e-book, a practical guide to traveling in Nepal. Changunarayan is a small village with a big history and enough is left intact to give your true feeling of walking back in time. The guesthouse has a wonderful rooftop terrace for eating and admiring the Kathmandu valley at a distance. Transport from the airport was seamlessly arranged to the guesthouse and a local bus economically runs to Kathmandu and Bhaktapur every half hour.

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