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The Nepal Trust Sindhupalchowk Earthquake 2015 documentary, which was filmed by Nepal Mandal Television as official TV program and aired in 54 districts, provides an insight in a disaster relief mission to bring food supplies, shelter and medical aid in one of the most affected areas of Nepal just a few days after the devastating earthquakes that hit the country in April 2015. Thousands of people got killed and injured, many buildings collapsed, leaving many families homeless. This film shows the grim reality on the ground of affected villagers in desperate need of help and how grass-roots organizations can make a huge difference to people in need. Unfortunately, the earthquakes affected many other areas in a similar way, so the road to recovery is long; Please support The Nepal Trust...
The Nepal Trust video documentary provides a great insight in the mission and philosophy of an organization that is working in the most remote and impoverished areas of the Himalayas. It shows how people can support and get involved in development works, relating to healthcare, renewable energy, education, sustainable tourism, water & sanitation, heritage preservation, agriculture and income generation, in the remotest corners of the world.
The Nepal Trust water project film documentary provides a great insight in the development and implementation of a major water supply project for 13,000 people in one of Nepal's biggest tourism destinations, notably Pokhara area, Kaski district. It shows the background of the many problems various local people and children, minority groups and social/ private sectors face due to the lack of fresh water, but also the intervention strategies in order to provide water to all the people of this area, whose lives depend on it.
A great video documentary showing how Rotarians from Durango Daybreak (Distr. 5470, USA) and The Nepal Trust (UK/ Nepal) are working 'hands on' to install solar lamps and mobile phone charging units at local tea shops, homestays and houses in the more remote and poorer areas of the Himalaya's of Nepal to improve local businesses, income generation and tele-communication through environment friendly renewable energy technologies along the Great Himalaya Trail. Over 165 units were installed during a 3 week trek in more than 30 villages from South Humla to North Humla, bordering Tibet, in order to provide better infrastructure and livelihood opportunities for local entrepreneurs trained by the Nepal Trust through its Great Himalaya Trail development Program, in partnership with UNWTO, SNV,...
Top 25 Places to Visit in Nepal. Nepal नेपाल is a landlocked country in South Asia. Nepal is bordered by China to the north and India to the south, east, and west. Nepal has a diverse ancient cultural heritage. The name Nepal is first recorded in texts from the Vedic Age, the era that founded Hinduism, the country's predominant religion. Nepal was the world's last Hindu monarchy. Siddharta Gautama, the founder of Buddhism, was born in Lumbini in southern Nepal. Tourism is the largest industry in Nepal and its largest source of foreign exchange and revenue. Possessing eight of the ten highest mountains in the world, Nepal is a hotspot destination for mountaineers, rock climbers and people seeking adventure. The Hindu and Buddhist heritage of Nepal and its cool weather are also strong at...
www.Shamrock EducationTrust.org is a school in Nepal funded entirely by volunteers and donations. Granted its UK Charity status, Shamrock provides quality education for 50 bright but impoverished children who will go on to be their country's doctors, lawyers, teachers, and nurses. Poverty is a big issue, but at Shamrock, every penny helps. To find out how you can help make a difference, more, go to www.ShamrockEducationTrust.org Please note: with the current crisis, Shamrock is also acting as a relief centre. Please consider contributing. Every penny helps, and as a registered UK charity, your donation is tax-deductable.
The Nepal Trust Mission Statement documentary provides a great insight in the mission and philosophy of an organization that is working in the most remote and impoverished areas of the Himalayas. It shows how people can support and get involved in development works in the remotest corners of the world.
Nepal's decade-long civil war ended in November 2006 with a comprehensive peace agreement. The Maoist rebels won elections two years later and a Constituent Assembly was also elected to write a new constitution. But three years later, the peace process is not complete with little progress made on key issues like the disarmament and integration of thousands of Maoists ex-fighters. The assembly meanwhile has not yet produced a draft constitution, and as fears grow that Nepal might slide back into conflict, frustrations are running high. See: http://www.irinnews.org/report.aspx?reportid=92924
49 days, 6 hours, 8 minutes accross Himalayas of Nepal in aid of socio-economic development!
NGA at The Nepal Trust health post in Halji to write about tourism development activities Nepal Trust initiated as part of its Great Himalaya Trail project in this remote but beautiful valley in the far North West corner of Nepal against the Tibetan border.
Shweta Khadka gave her first public speech in Nepal after the untimely demise of his beloved husband Shree Krishna Shrestha. Her public appearance in the program, organized by "Shree Krishna Shrestha Memorial Trust" on the first annual program for the remembrance of late actor, revealed that she is recovering from the psychological trauma that she has been through after the sudden death of Shree Krishna Shrestha. She said that she will be back in Nepali Film Industry to fulfill his husband's death. She thanked all the people around her for the strong presence and moral support at her bad time. Subscribe Here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO3OKeVw_knWtyuic6nTqlg?sub_confirmation=1 [Unauthorized Upload on any other YouTube account or website is strictly prohibited. Please use embedded ...
हेटौडाको कान्तिइश्वरी घर दरवारको् यो भिडियो हेरौं । नेपाल ट्रष्टको स्वामित्वमा भएको यो दरवार अब पर्यटकका निम्ति अवलोकनका लागि खुला भएको छ ।