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Amanda Summers
Founder of Kay Garnay for Nepal
Gmail-frugaltravelsnepal@gmail.com

I, Amanda, am 62 years old and a retired widow from the US. I have enough income to live here quite well and a lovely guest house where I can host volunteers and paying guests. How can I look out my window to see people who live in aluminum sheds, without shoes, home or income and feel good if I'm not doing what I can for them? 

It is my dream to help rebuild this village to be environmentally responsible with opportunities for the local people to elevate themselves economically. I would like to help the people to have room in their homes for a home-stay. I want this village to be like a step back in time, but safe for tourists and interesting. I'd like to bring more families to Nepal, too. 
 
We have been more concerned about the selection of the boardmembers. Most of the board members are quiet experienced working in national NGO, Nepal Public Health Foundation. We have young energetic members who are enthusiastically involved in different programmes in our agency.

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Sajana Bhadel
Chairperson of Kay Garnay
Gmail-sajjubdl@gmail.com

Sajana was born in Changunarayan, as was her father, grandfather and as far back as anyone can remember. Her mother's family is from the next district to the east. Sajana is in her final semester toward her Master's degree in Economics and has a big heart for helping the people. She is a chairperson of Kaygarnay for Nepal.

She is young,energetic and passionate to help people in need.  She is seeking to help more in future
 

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Bikash Raj Singh Suwal
Address- Kathmandu
Gmail-bikashraz@hotmail.com

 Born in Kathmandu in 1978, he is studying a Master in Public Administration and wants to help solving the problem of urban development and governance. He also would like to foresee how the federal system is going to work in different part of the province after promulgation of Nepalese Constitution.

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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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