The provision of metal cook stoves with chimneys was first rolled out in Nele village in the months prior to the earthquakes of 2015. They proved so popular that requests from other villages soon followed. To date over 770 stoves have been funded. The most recent were distributed November 2018 and we are busy fundraising for more stoves to be provided this autumn.
Remote rural Nepal, is for many reasons, one of the most challenging environments in which to provide health care. While traditional local medicine is still widely practiced the provision of good health posts with well trained health workers offering Western medicine is a priority for most communities. Read more...
Working to help improve the standards and availability of education and training for both adults and children is an important focus of our work and is key to promoting self-determination for individuals and communities. Following the earthquakes of 2015 training to "Build back Better" has been a priority.