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Completed Nepal Projects

Shree Bal Shiksha Toilets

The Shree Bal Shiksha School is located in Sindhupalchok district, which was one of the worst affected by the earthquakes in 2015.  Read more »

Shree Santa Krishna Toilets

The Shree Santa Krishna Primary School is located in Bhaktapur, just 8 miles outside of Kathmandu . The majority of the school’s 54 students come from low-income families, with most of their parents working in nearby brick factories. Read more »

Heartbeat Dream Centre

The Heartbeat Day Care Centre, located in Kathmandu, provides free day care services to families in the community.

The majority of the forty five children at the center are from low-income families, whose parents work long hours at nearby factories. Read more »

The Shree Bal Shiksha School

The Shree Bal Shiksha School is located in Sindhupalchok district, which was one of the worst affected by the earthquakes.

The school was badly damaged by the disasters and its 600 kids were forced to learn in temporary classrooms, and even some of the damaged buildings. Read more »

Shree Balkori Toilets

The Shree Balkori school is located in the rural village of Ratmatee in the Deurali VDC (Village Development Committee) of Gorkha district.

The earthquakes heavily damaged the school and its 100 students are now learning in temporary classrooms. The school’s other facilities, such as toilets, were terrible even before the earthquakes and the disaster only made the overall situation worse. Read more »

Adarsha School

The Shree Bim Adarsha school is located in Bhaktapur, which is not far from Kathmandu.

The school’s concrete columns and beams were left structurally intact by the earthquakes but many of its classrooms’ walls collapsed, and school furniture was also destroyed or damaged. Read more »

Sunrise Farm Rebuild

Sunrise Farm is located in Sitapaila, a stone’s throw from the historic Swayambhu temples of Western Kathmandu.

Its facilities were badly damaged by the earthquakes which struck in April and May 2015.

Prior to the disasters Sunrise was a community farm programme committed to the demonstration and training of sustainable agriculture and community development techniques. Read more »

Providing Food

In the aftermath of the earthquakes hundreds of thousands of people were in need of emergency food assistance.

This was a particular problem in remote mountain areas where almost 70% of people struggle to eat enough to stay healthy.

In response we provided 6.4 tonnes of food assistance to families in the districts of Nuwakot and Sindhupalchok. Read more »

Providing Water

Nepal’s water systems functioned poorly even before the earthquakes and it's estimated that the disasters left 1.1 million more people with an unsafe or inadequate water supply.

In response we worked to improve both the quality and quantity of survivors’ water supply. Read more »

Shelter and Non-Food Items

The Nepal earthquakes destroyed over 500,000 homes, and damaged many thousands more.

Affected families immediately began working hard to build themselves new shelters, and many began constructing basic frames using bamboo, which is readily and cheaply available.

However, survivors were limited to what other materials they could salvage from their homes and struggled to find what else they needed. Read more »